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Simran (Punjabi: ਸਿਮਰਨ, Hindi: सिमरन ) is a Punjabi word derived from the Sanskrit word स्मरण (smaraṇa, "the act of remembering or calling to mind, remembrance, reminiscence, recollection of"), thus 'realization of that which is of the highest aspect and purpose in one's life', thus introducing spirituality. Through the years, it has been adapted into many languages.
Simran is a commonly used term as a verb in Gurmukhi, which refers to 'meditating' of the Nām. Sikhism is a distinct contemporary faith , whereby the Realization of God can be most easily had through the process of individual devotion, without recourse to avaracious priests, costly rites or rituals or strict sartorial or dietary practices (though all of these have eventually come to threaten the modern practice of sikhism ).
It says in the Guru Granth Sahib that by practising Simran one is purified and attains salvation or 'mukti'. This is because 'si-mar' means 'to die over' something for which one must kill their ego in order to have union with the ultimate truth or sat.
Meditating, meditating in remembrance, I have found peace.
(simar simar sukh paa-i-aa.)
—On page 202 of the Guru Granth Sahib, Guruji writes:
This japna teaches a person who wishes to gain from this human life, one must attain a higher spiritual state by become free of attachment by realizing that all that is, is empty as outlined in the Heart Sutra. Thereby, merit is acquired by devoutly repeating, comprehending and living by the sacred word every day so as to progressively reveal the divine and ultimate truth to the person who earnestly seeks it:
Nām, the incorruptible is beyond our comprehending. At the same time, it is our constant companion and preserves all creation. Therefore, truth will disclose itself unto us and lets us perceive it in our hearts. It is through earnestness that we can meet with such a truth.
—Guru Ram Das says in Sarang ki var (Guru Granth Sahib, 1242):Sant Mat
In Sant Mat the word Simran is used for the spiritual practice of repeating the mantra given by the Satguru during initiation. The mantra itself is also called Simran. Simran repetition must be done during meditation and possibly also outside it.In January 2011 she was seen on Indian Television in the reality game show Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout anchored by Shah Rukh Khan. She won the seventh episode and found her place among the 15 finalists in the final episode. In January 2013 Simran made her debut as a host for the first ever Hockey India League where she anchored matches played all across the country for over a month.
Simran made acting debut in Bollywood with the film Jo Hum Chahein on December 16, 2011 opposite newcomer Sunny Gill which released to a lukewarm response at the box office but she received positive appreciation for her performance. Her next Bollywood film Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi produced by Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Motion Pictures and Bejoy Nambiar is set to release in June 2013. Then In July 2013 she will make her Punjabi Film debut opposite Punjabi superstar Gippy Grewal and Punjabi musical legend Jazzy Bains in the film Best of Luck. Later in 2013 Simran will also make her debut in the Tollywood film Potugadu opposite Telugu movie star Manoj Manchu.