Jaap Sahib English Translation Transliteration

Jaap Sahib   English Translation   Transliteration

God is Universal, pervading in all of His manifestations. He cannot be confined to any particular place, land, country, religion, race, body or name. God is the Creator of the Universe and the laws governing it.

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Publisher: Sukan Publishing Universe

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Read and ponder over this translation of the Jaap Sahib, and feel for yourself the Greatness of the Greatest(God) Jaap Sahib was composed by the tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh. Jaap Sahib is made up of 199 pauris or verses, in the form of rhymed couplets and the vocabulary is superb. Jaap Sahib is a total and complete introduction to a non-individual Creator (God), or Nature itself. The verses are in the form of rhymed couplets and the vocabulary and ingenuity are superb. The immortal One is far beyond human comprehension, and Guru Gobind Singh has gracefully presented a composition for one to get an insight into the Supreme Being. Jaap Sahib is a rhythmic hymn, composed like a necklace with pearls and jewels beautifully arranged around a string (the string refers to the Supreme God); the pearls and jewels are His attributes, virtues, and glories. Jaap Sahib is an introduction to God. The glories sung (composed) by Guru Gobind Singh revolve around the following attributes of God: God is metaphysical, beyond time, Eternal, Unborn, not created, Self-existent, and without form, feature, color or contour. Therefore, neither can He be described or depicted, nor can anyone make His image or idol. God is Universal, pervading in all of His manifestations. He cannot be confined to any particular place, land, country, religion, race, body or name. God is the Creator of the Universe and the laws governing it. His Law and Justice is Righteous and Ultimate. God is pervasive in His Creation and also extends beyond it; He is thus ingrained in His Creation and at the same time transcends it. God is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, and omniscient. Nothing can happen outside of His Will; whether good or evil, He is the Creator-Sustainer-Destroyer of His Creation. He Himself is the Life of life, the Death of death. He is the Darkness of darkness, the Light of light. Enjoy this humble translation, and feel for yourself the Greatness of the Greatest.
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Jaap Sahib English Translation Transliteration

Jaap Sahib   English Translation   Transliteration

God is Universal, pervading in all of His manifestations. He cannot be confined to any particular place, land, country, religion, race, body or name. God is the Creator of the Universe and the laws governing it.

Author: Createspace Independent Pub

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1500417165

Category: Religion

Page: 62

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Read and ponder over this translation of the Jaap Sahib, and feel for yourself the Greatness of the Greatest(God) Jaap Sahib was composed by the tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh. Jaap Sahib is made up of 199 pauris or verses, in the form of rhymed couplets and the vocabulary is superb. Jaap Sahib is a total and complete introduction to a non-individual Creator (God), or Nature itself. The verses are in the form of rhymed couplets and the vocabulary and ingenuity are superb. The immortal One is far beyond human comprehension, and Guru Gobind Singh has gracefully presented a composition for one to get an insight into the Supreme Being. Jaap Sahib is a rhythmic hymn, composed like a necklace with pearls and jewels beautifully arranged around a string (the string refers to the Supreme God); the pearls and jewels are His attributes, virtues, and glories. Jaap Sahib is an introduction to God. The glories sung (composed) by Guru Gobind Singh revolve around the following attributes of God: God is metaphysical, beyond time, Eternal, Unborn, not created, Self-existent, and without form, feature, color or contour. Therefore, neither can He be described or depicted, nor can anyone make His image or idol. God is Universal, pervading in all of His manifestations. He cannot be confined to any particular place, land, country, religion, race, body or name. God is the Creator of the Universe and the laws governing it. His Law and Justice is Righteous and Ultimate. God is pervasive in His Creation and also extends beyond it; He is thus ingrained in His Creation and at the same time transcends it. God is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, and omniscient. Nothing can happen outside of His Will; whether good or evil, He is the Creator-Sustainer-Destroyer of His Creation. He Himself is the Life of life, the Death of death. He is the Darkness of darkness, the Light of light. Enjoy this humble translation, and feel for yourself the Greatness of the Greatest.
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Nitnem and Ardaas English Transliteration

Nitnem and Ardaas   English Transliteration

This prayer book is the kind manifestation of Waheguru ji’s grace.

Author: Manmohan Singh Sethi

Publisher: Sukan Publishing Universe

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Category: Religion

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This prayer book is the kind manifestation of Waheguru ji’s grace. It is aimed to assist all, especially the young and those who do not understand Gurmukhi yet, to do Nitnem. Prayer is an essential part of Sikhism. As food nourishes and strengthens the body, prayer purifies the mind uplifts the soul. Sikhs are ordained to rise in the morning and meditate on the Name of God ‘Waheguru’. They are also expected to do ‘Nitnem’ which literally means ‘Daily Routine’. Nitnem is composed of a collection of five prayers to be done during different periods of the day. Morning (3 prayers) Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib and Sawaiye. Evening (1 prayer) – Rehras Sahib Night (1 prayer) – Kirtan Sohila Ardaas should be done after every prayer session. I have included Ardaas for the reader in this book too. The person who forms the habit of doing Nitnem daily, ultimately experiences bliss and peace. While the best experience would be derived from reading the prayers in Gurmukhi, there should be no hindrance for anyone who does not know the Gurmukhi script, to do Nitnem While every effort has been made to simplify the transliteration, I encourage the reader to read the prayers while listening to them in audio format a couple of times. This will help them grasp the correct pronunciation. There is a section for links to the individual prayers in YouTube. This will help to get the correct pronunciation, or if you wish to just listen to the prayers. This prayer book is perfect to carry around in one’s device, so the prayers can be performed from anywhere. It is also a wonderful gift to offer to friends and family. After doing prayers regularly, one can look for translation books to assist in helping understand the Bani. I am certain that by Waheguru ji’s grace, the reader will eventually seek to learn the Gurmukhi script.
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The Sikh Review

The Sikh Review

1 & 2 ( VAS 1 - 19 & 20 - 40 ) ORIGINAL IN GURMUKHI , WITH
TRANSLITERATION & ENGLISH TRANSLATION By Dr ... Var , Jaap Sahib and
Nit Naym , not to The unlikely writer , Professor Bawa , Ph . D . speak of the
English rendering of ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015066255459

Category: Sikhism

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Categories: Sikhism

Life Story of Siri Satguru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj and Some of His Hymns Transliterated in Roman Script and Translated in Simple English

Life Story of Siri Satguru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj  and Some of His Hymns Transliterated in Roman Script and Translated in Simple English

The second part of the book contains a masterly rendering of a great work of
Guru Gobind Singh, The Jaap Sahib. It has been done into a simple and
readable English with the original transliterated side by side to facilitate
comparison.

Author: H. S. Doabia

Publisher: Chandigarh : Harbans Singh Doabia Satwant Kaur Charitable Trust

ISBN: UOM:39015047782746

Category: Sikh hymns, English

Page: 157

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Categories: Sikh hymns, English

Hymns from the Dasam Granth

Hymns from the Dasam Granth

Each hymn is reproduced in the original Punjabi text and underneath is the
transliteration in Roman - English , for the benefit of those ... On the opposite
page is the English translation , line by line . ... Jaap , Akal Ustat , Bachitra Natak ,
Chandi Charitar I & II , Chandi Ki Var , Gian Prabodh , Chaubis Avtar , Shabad
Hazare ...

Author: Gobind Singh Mansukhani

Publisher: Hemkunt Press

ISBN: 8170101808

Category: Sikh hymns

Page: 107

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Categories: Sikh hymns