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Sri Guru Granth Sahib

Sri Guru Granth Sahib By Guru Nanak Guru Gobind Singh Guru Arjan Dev Guru Angad Guru Amar Das Guru Tegh Bahadur Sri Guru Granth Sahib The Guru Granth Sahib Punjabi u nt s h b is the sovereign active living Guru of the Sikhs It is a voluminous text of pages compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus from to

  • Title: Sri Guru Granth Sahib
  • Author: Guru Nanak Guru Gobind Singh Guru Arjan Dev Guru Angad Guru Amar Das Guru Tegh Bahadur
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sri Guru Granth Sahib By Guru Nanak Guru Gobind Singh Guru Arjan Dev Guru Angad Guru Amar Das Guru Tegh Bahadur The Guru Granth Sahib Punjabi u nt s h b , is the sovereign active living Guru of the Sikhs It is a voluminous text of 1430 pages, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708.The text remains the holy scripture of the Sikhs, regarded as the teachings of the Ten Gurus The role of Guru Granth Sahib, as a source or guiThe Guru Granth Sahib Punjabi u nt s h b , is the sovereign active living Guru of the Sikhs It is a voluminous text of 1430 pages, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708.The text remains the holy scripture of the Sikhs, regarded as the teachings of the Ten Gurus The role of Guru Granth Sahib, as a source or guide of prayer, is pivotal in Sikh worship.It is written in the Gurmukh script, in various dialects including Lehndi Punjabi, Braj Bhasha, Khariboli, Sanskrit and Persian often coalesced under the generic title of Sant Bhasha.
    Sri Guru Granth Sahib By Guru Nanak Guru Gobind Singh Guru Arjan Dev Guru Angad Guru Amar Das Guru Tegh Bahadur

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    1. Scott on said:

      It is interesting to read the Sikh concept of God There is much that is accurate, though a great many inaccuracies also I can see, reading the wisdom of the Sikh gurus, why Joseph Smith said that Heavenly Father has inspired many good people throughout the ages to bring greater enlightenment to their nation, and that the teachings of many were given to them not to lead people astray, but rather to bring them closer to the truth.For example, I appreciate how content the Sikhs are to meditate on G [...]

    2. Amish on said:

      I read the Guru Granth Sahib in its Hindi translation and was influenced at once.Guru Granth Sahib is a spiritual guide for the whole human kind The principles enshrined in this holy text are an example for us to follow.

    3. Gagandeep Singh on said:

      This book basically contains lyrics of Shabads, which can be called as religious hymns or simply songs in layman language The writings of various Sikh Great Men along with Kabir and Baba Farid is compiled in this book It describes the advantages of having a GURU or GOD, how to commence your life, and some teachings as always present in all the religious textbooks of the world.The original writing is in Gurmukhi, which is very difficult to understand When translated to English, it becomes a dull, [...]

    4. Sachin on said:

      Words seize to speak where the prayers speak, its all about feeling and inexplicable the pleasure, and with the translation by Khushwant Singh it becomes clear the meaning.Though it may have numerous interpretations,but the writer,Khushwant Singh, is so much attached with his religion and knows in depth about it that he has provided a lucid and appropriate explanation.Notonly a good read, but a must read.I hope to buy it as soon as i come across it the next time in the market, as i read it by i [...]

    5. Hank on said:

      I love the Adi Granth it s an amazing work, and I have great respect for Sikhism but Trumpp himself is a terrible translator and actively tried to diminish the independent status of Sikhism and delegate it to a sectarian offshoot of Hinduism This translations presents Sikhs as polytheistic, which does not do the Granth or Sikhism justice.

    6. Ayman on said:

      The translation is very simplistic It is a good attempt but misses the multiple dimensionality of the message contained in the Guru Granth Sahib The poetic nature and the surrounding raag delivery is significantly lacking in this translation which are crucial for deliverance.

    7. Aristotle on said:

      Guru Granth Sahib is surely the greatest canonical text ever produced It starts with Moolmantar and Japji Sahib and includes the hyms of 6 Sikh Gurus and various saints from different religious an social backgrounds.The poetry and hymnical verse used in the granth are par excellence.

    8. Aristotle on said:

      The Japji Sahib is the first morning prayer of the Sikh faithful, I must say, this way the window of my insight into Sikhism before I researched further The text is very serene and peaceful, especially if read originally in Gurmukhi Merely listening to an mp3 of this thing will give you complete peace of mind.

    9. Aristotle on said:

      Trumpp doesn t do full justice to neither the central message nor the hymnical poetry of Guru Granth Sahib There are better translations than this one I will recommend this translation only for the academics Other English translations like the Khalsa Consensus translations, Sant Singh Khalsa s translation etc are far better than this one.

    10. Tom Parrish on said:

      I read a different translation, so I m marking this one as close to the average of other reviewers as possible and moving on.

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