Nitnem (with Audio)

Nitnem (with Audio)


The language of this application is Punjabi.
Nit-Nem (literally "Daily Naam") is a collaboration of different banis, Gurbani, that were designated to be read by sikhs every day. The Nit-Nem bani's usually include the Panj bania (5 bani's below) which are read daily by baptised Sikhs in the morning between 3:00 am and 6:00 am (this period is considered as Amrit Vela or the Ambrosial Hours) and Rehras Sahib in the evening 6pm and Kirtan Sohila at night 9pm

* Japji Sahib (morning)
* Jaap Sahib (morning)
* Tav-Prasad Savaiye(morning)
* Benti Chaupai (morning)
* Anand Sahib (All 40 Shabads) (morning)
* Rehras Sahib (evening)
* Kirtan Sohila (night)
* Sukhmani Sahib
* Chandi di var
* Shabad Hazaray
* Barah Maha
* Aartee

Recent changes:
Correct some text in Jaap Sahib.

Fixed the issue of Punjabi text appearing in English characters for Android Lollipop (5.0) release.

Fixed the spelling mistake in Jap Sahib.

Added Chandi Di Vaar Audio
Added Sukhmani Sahib in Hindi


Bug Fix: Hindi not appearing properly on some older devices.
Added some Bani's in Hindi.
Fixed some UI bugs.

Added Aartee
Text corrections in the Rehras Sahib
Added option to play bani audio's.
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About Nitnem (with Audio)
The language of this application is Punjabi.
Nit-Nem (literally "Daily Naam") is a collaboration of different banis, Gurbani, that were designated to be read by sikhs every day. The Nit-Nem bani's usually include the Panj bania (5 bani's below) which are read daily by baptised Sikhs in the morning between 3:00 am and 6:00 am (this period is considered as Amrit Vela or the Ambrosial Hours) and Rehras Sahib in the evening 6pm and Kirtan Sohila at night 9pm

* Japji Sahib (morning)
* Jaap Sahib (morning)
* Tav-Prasad Savaiye(morning)
* Benti Chaupai (morning)
* Anand Sahib (All 40 Shabads) (morning)
* Rehras Sahib (evening)
* Kirtan Sohila (night)
* Sukhmani Sahib
* Chandi di var
* Shabad Hazaray
* Barah Maha
* Aartee

Recent changes:
Correct some text in Jaap Sahib.

Fixed the issue of Punjabi text appearing in English characters for Android Lollipop (5.0) release.

Fixed the spelling mistake in Jap Sahib.

Added Chandi Di Vaar Audio
Added Sukhmani Sahib in Hindi


Bug Fix: Hindi not appearing properly on some older devices.
Added some Bani's in Hindi.
Fixed some UI bugs.

Added Aartee
Text corrections in the Rehras Sahib
Added option to play bani audio's.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
waheguruji ka khalsa waheguru hi ki Fathe frinds zayada ton zayada is noo patcher karo
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
Waheguru g ka khalsa Waheguru g ki fateh
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
This app is very very good becouse i love gurbani
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
Dhan guru nanak Dhan baba kalu nath Waheguru
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
I would give all the star's to this app if u can add audio on sukhmani sahib and ardas and arti