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Title Siree Guru Granth Sahib Sikh Religion Scriptures 1
Author Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2009-12-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 717
ISBN 9781441598868
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Siree Guru Granth Sahib Sikh Religion Scriptures 1
Author Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2009-12-03
Category Religion
Total Pages 720
ISBN 9781441598875
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Excerpts from Siree Guru Granth Sahib God is one. It is true. He is the Creator. He has no concern with anything. He has no enemy. He is immortal. He does not take birth. He came into existence on His own. He is realized by guru’s (divine teacher) grace reciting God’s name. “ Recite” Page 9 Be stable like a mountain, patience like a goldsmith. Be humble like an anvil; repeat the name of God like the repetition of a hammer. Intent like bellows and repeat the name of God from within, as fire gives heat. Make sincerity a pot; mint your mind with the name of God. That is how divinity is achieved. Blessed by God is the only one who can do this. Nanak says, only with God’s grace you can miss God and enjoy the fruit. ||38|| Hymn: Using air as a culture, life has been created by the reaction of water and earth. The way, day and night begin and end. Same way the whole creation takes birth and dies. Good or bad whatever they do are accounted for in God’s court. Everyone gets the fruit of their deeds, some soon others late. Whoever worked hard to recite the name of God? Nanak says, they have attained salvation and many more have accompanied them. God’s worship is not wearing saffron coloured or dirty clothes. O Nanak, God is worshipped sitting at home through true guru’s teaching. ||64|| You may wander in all four corners and read four Vedas and all other scriptures in all four ages. O Nanak, if you meet with the true guru, then only God enshrines in the mind and obtains salvation. The guru is God. Worshipping guru the God with devotion attains salvation. First Master: Songs, sounds, pleasures and clever tricks; Joy, love and the power to command; Wearing clothes and food have no place in the consciousness. True intuitive peace comes by enshrining God’s name in the mind. Page 60 O mind, love God as the fish loves water. As the water gets deeper she enjoys more; the mind and body become peaceful. It cannot survive without water even for a moment. Water also feels the pain. ||2|| O mind, love the Lord, as the rain bird loves rain. The ponds get filled, the land becomes lush green but the rain bird does not get a drop. You receive what is in your fate. You only get what you earn. ||3|| O mind, love God as the water loves milk. Water mixed with milk changes its colour but does not let the milk change. Page 262 Hymn: Guru is mother, the father, the master and transcendent Lord. Guru is a friend the destroyer of ignorance, a relative and a brother. Guru is the bestowal, the teacher of God’s name. Guru’s lesson is distinct. Guru is the image of peace truth and intellect. Guru is the touchstone that transforms. Guru is a shrine, pool of nectar. To obtain guru’s divine knowledge is beyond imagination. Guru is the Creator, the destroyer of sins; Guru purifies the sinners. Guru exists from the beginning, for a long time, for ages. Reciting God through guru’s teaching attains salvation. O God; unite me with the guru by your grace; that I the sinner swim across holding on to guru the true guru the God the transcendent Lord the guru; Nanak prays and pays his regard to guru the God. ||1|| ||56|| Once you obtain divine treasure, do not tell anyone O kabeer; There is no market, no appraiser, no customer, and no price ||23|| O Kabeer; take your drum and beat it for ten days. Life is like people meeting on a boat on a river; they shall not meet again. ||80|| Be a pebble stone lying on the road by giving up ego. Such a humble slave shall meet the Lord. ||146|| What good is the pebble; which gives pain to the walking. O Lord, Your servant should be like dirt on the earth. ||147|| What good is the dust, which blows and sticks to the body. God’s servant should be such, as water in water. ||148|| What good is water which becomes cold and hot. God’s servant should just like God: ||149|| O Kabeer; it is good to serve both; one the saint the other the God. God is the bestowal of liberation; the s

Title Siree Guru Granth Sahib Sikh Religion Scriptures 2
Author Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2009-12-03
Category Religion
Total Pages 748
ISBN 9781441598899
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Excerpts from Siree Guru Granth Sahib God is one. It is true. He is the Creator. He has no concern with anything. He has no enemy. He is immortal. He does not take birth. He came into existence on His own. He is realized by guru’s (divine teacher) grace reciting God’s name. “ Recite” Page 9 Be stable like a mountain, patience like a goldsmith. Be humble like an anvil; repeat the name of God like the repetition of a hammer. Intent like bellows and repeat the name of God from within, as fire gives heat. Make sincerity a pot; mint your mind with the name of God. That is how divinity is achieved. Blessed by God is the only one who can do this. Nanak says, only with God’s grace you can miss God and enjoy the fruit. ||38|| Hymn: Using air as a culture, life has been created by the reaction of water and earth. The way, day and night begin and end. Same way the whole creation takes birth and dies. Good or bad whatever they do are accounted for in God’s court. Everyone gets the fruit of their deeds, some soon others late. Whoever worked hard to recite the name of God? Nanak says, they have attained salvation and many more have accompanied them. God’s worship is not wearing saffron coloured or dirty clothes. O Nanak, God is worshipped sitting at home through true guru’s teaching. ||64|| You may wander in all four corners and read four Vedas and all other scriptures in all four ages. O Nanak, if you meet with the true guru, then God enshrines in the mind and obtains salvation. The guru is God. Worshipping guru the God with devotion attains salvation. First Master: Songs, sounds, pleasures and clever tricks; Joy, love and the power to command; Wearing clothes and food have no place in the consciousness. True intuitive peace comes by enshrining God’s name in the mind. Page 60 O mind, love God as the fish loves water. As the water gets deeper she enjoys more; the mind and body become peaceful. It cannot survive without water even for a moment. Water also feels the pain. ||2|| O mind, love the Lord, as the rain bird loves rain. The ponds get filled, the land becomes lush green but the rain bird does not get a drop. You receive what is in your fate. You only get what you earn. ||3|| O mind, love God as the water loves milk. Water mixed with milk changes its colour but does not let the milk change. Page 262 Hymn: Guru is mother, the father, the master and transcendent Lord. Guru is a friend the destroyer of ignorance, a relative and a brother. Guru is the bestowal, the teacher of God’s name. Guru’s lesson is distinct. Guru is the image of peace truth and intellect. Guru is the touchstone that transforms. Guru is a shrine, pool of nectar. To obtain guru’s divine knowledge is beyond imagination. Guru is the Creator, the destroyer of sins; Guru purifies the sinners. Guru exists from the beginning, for a long time, for ages. Reciting God through guru’s teaching attains salvation. O God; unite me with the guru by your grace; that I the sinner swim across holding on to guru the true guru the God the transcendent Lord the guru; Nanak prays and pays his regard to guru the God. ||1|| ||56|| Once you obtain divine treasure, do not tell anyone O kabeer; There is no market, no appraiser, no customer, and no price ||23|| O Kabeer; take your drum and beat it for ten days. Life is like people meeting on a boat on a river; they shall not meet again. ||80|| Be a pebble stone lying on the road by giving up ego. Such a humble slave shall meet the Lord. ||146|| What good is the pebble; which gives pain to the walking. O Lord, Your servant should be like dirt on the earth. ||147|| What good is the dust, which blows and sticks to the body. God’s servant should be such, as water in water. ||148|| What good is water which becomes cold and hot. God’s servant should just like God: ||149|| O Kabeer; it is good to serve both; one the saint the other the God. God is the bestowal of liberation; the saint

The Guru Granth Sahib by Pashaura Singh

Title The Guru Granth Sahib
Author Pashaura Singh
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2003-09-26
Category Religion
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780199087730
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book examines three closely related questions in the process of canon formation in the Sikh tradition: how the text of the Adi Granth came into being, the meaning of gurbani, and how the Adi Granth became the Guru Granth Sahib. The censure of scholarly research on the Adi Granth was closely related to the complex political situation of Punjab and brought the whole issue of academic freedom into sharper focus. This book addresses some of these issues from an academic perspective. The Adi Granth, the sacred scripture of the Sikhs, means ‘first religious book’ (from the word ‘adi’ which means ‘first’ and ‘granth’ which means ‘religious book’). Sikhs normally refer to the Adi Granth as the Guru Granth Sahib to indicate a confession of faith in the scripture as Guru. The contents of the Adi Granth are commonly known as bani (utterance) or gurbani (the utterance of the Guru). The transcendental origin (or ontological status) of the hymns of the Adi Granth is termed dhur ki bani (utterance from the beginning). This particular understanding of revelation is based upon the doctrine of the sabad, or divine word, defined by Guru Nanak and the succeeding Gurus. This book also explores the revelation of the bani and its verbal expression, devotional music in the Sikh tradition, the role of the scripture in Sikh ceremonies, and the hymns of Guru Nanak and Guru Arjan.

Bani Of Bhagats by Dr. G.S. Chauhan

Title Bani Of Bhagats
Author Dr. G.S. Chauhan
Publisher Hemkunt Press
Release Date 2006
Category Saints
Total Pages 152
ISBN 8170103568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Turbans And Tales by Amit Amin

Title Turbans and Tales
Author Amit Amin
Publisher Unbound Publishing
Release Date 2019-01-24
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781783526147
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The turban is undoubtedly the most powerful and recognisable symbol of Sikh identity: worn for centuries by kings and holy men in South Asia, it took on a revolutionary meaning with the birth of Sikhism, and today it continues to signify non-conformity and style. Turbans and Tales chronicles the Sikh Project, a photography programme created by the award-winning duo Amit and Naroop. Over a period of four years, they photographed boxers, army captains, doctors, bikers, fashion stylists, musicians, temple volunteers, magicians and Sikhs from a host of other occupations. They sought out individuals – men, women and children – with inspiring stories to tell, as well as a unique approach to wearing their traditional articles of faith. The portraits, which have been exhibited in London and New York, showcase the modern Sikh identity in all its beauty and diversity.

Title The Gospel of the Guru Granth Sahib
Author Duncan Greenlees
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1975
Category Sikhism
Total Pages 273
ISBN UOM:39015013253284
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Cherished Five in Sikh History
Author Louis E. Fenech
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date 2021
Category History
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9780197532843
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Despite the centrality of this group to modern Sikhism, scholarship on the Panj Piare has remained sparse. Louis Fenech's new book examines the Khalsa and the role that the Panj Piare have had in the development of the Sikh faith over the past three centuries.

Title A Complete Guide to Sikhism
Author Jagraj Singh
Publisher Unistar Books
Release Date 2009
Category Sikhism
Total Pages 367
ISBN 8171427545
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Anand Sahib by Amar

Title Anand Sahib
Author Amar
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2008-01-01
Category
Total Pages 99
ISBN 1928761151
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It Is The Same Light by Daljit Singh Jawa

Title It is the same light
Author Daljit Singh Jawa
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2014-10-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 816
ISBN 9781499059311
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Volume Four of “It Is The Same Light” series (SGGS pages 601-800), author Daljit Singh Jawa continues to share the beauty of the SGGS with those who have limited familiarity with the language (Gurumukhi), history, or context. The following are some of the comments received on volume 1 of this series. “This translation of Guru Granth Sahib is one of the best English translations in my view, as it is in simple understandable English, each shabad’s summary message is given, there is connection between the shabads to reveal continuity of thought process in Guru ji’s message. Thanks to S Daljit Singh ji for the great work which will benefit future generations understand Guru Ji’s message easily.” -Amarjit Singh, M.D., University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York “A monumental undertaking, reflecting a lifetime of devotion to the Sri Guru Granth Sahib and to the scholarly study of its voluminous texts. Both its rendition of the original Gurmukhi script, with accompanying English transliteration, and its erudite commentary on each of the Granth’s many hymns mark this work as a stunning achievement which will benefit all serious students of the Sikh religion and of world religions in general.” -Barry Crawford, Ph.D., Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas

Guru Nanak S Divine Teaching by Swarn Singh Bains

Title Guru Nanak S Divine Teaching
Author Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2010-06-28
Category Religion
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781462837328
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Divine Wisdom by Swarn Singh Bains

Title Divine Wisdom
Author Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2010-06-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 280
ISBN 146283731X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In The Master S Presence by Nidar Singh Nihang

Title In the Master s Presence
Author Nidar Singh Nihang
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2008
Category Hyderabad (India : State)
Total Pages 330
ISBN UOM:39015079360601
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Some of the most far-reaching events in Sikh history have centred on Hazoor Sahib ('Master's Presence'), the final resting place of the tenth Sikh Guru - who had spent much of his life battling against the oppressive policies of the Mughal Empire

Title Sri Guru Granth Sahib Vol 2
Author Anonim
Publisher Allied Publishers
Release Date 2005
Category Sikh hymns, Panjabi
Total Pages 1351
ISBN 8177643061
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Peace Lagoon by Anonim

Title Peace Lagoon
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1984
Category Sikh hymns, English
Total Pages 392
ISBN UOM:39015047782688
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Guru Granth Sahib Volume 4
Author Bhag Bhullar
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-09-10
Category
Total Pages 774
ISBN 1728372399
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author picked up some key dialogues from The Guru Granth sahib, The Sikh Holy Scripture. He then compared these teachings with the theme "Mool Mantar" of the Sikh Holy Scripture to convey spiritual meanings. This book rises above the traditional religious rituals. This book highlights the path adopted by saints to conquer three virtues of worldly wealth to become worthy of His consideration. No one can fully describe the true purpose and meanings of any word written in this Holy Scripture. Only, The Omniscient Creator fully knows His creation. All universes are expansion of His Holy Spirit and He remains embedded in each and every creature, nature and events. Guru Aurjan Dev Ji, 5th guru had compiled the life experience of 25 Prophets from various religions and time periods. The book is the steek in Punjabi and English of Page (151 - 346) of Guru Granth Sahib out of total pages 1430 - Volume 2. The purpose of steek of Guru Granth Sahib in Punjabi and English combined in one book is to guide new generation who may not be able to read Punjabi; may be enlightened with path, blessed souls adopted to be sanctified and to be on the right path of salvation, acceptance in His Court.

What Is What In The Holy Granth by Nasib Singh Dhillon

Title What is what in the Holy Granth
Author Nasib Singh Dhillon
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1983*
Category Sikhism
Total Pages 140
ISBN 0950580724
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Shri Guru Granth Sahib Sikh Scripture The Hymn Unfathomable Will
Author Harinder Singh Mehboob
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-01-04
Category
Total Pages 312
ISBN 179314611X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is book 3 in the of the "Sehje Rachio Khalsa" series written by Harinder Singh Mehboob and translated by Gurtarn Singh Sidhu. Gurtarn Singh Sidhu is one of Harinder Singh's closest friends and confidante's. After Harinder's death, Gurtarn took it upon himself to spread Harinder Singh's message with this book. He translated the entirety of Sehje Rachio Khalsa, and that one giant book was split into smaller parts. This is the third in the full series.