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GURU NANAK'S JAPU JI  (Trilingual)
GURU NANAK'S JAPU JI (Trilingual)
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About the Book :

The work is a translation into English of Japu Ji- the morning prayer of the Sikhs. Individual stanzas of Japu Ji are followed by brief annotations, wherever necessary. The Introduction is a perceptive study and exposition of the basic tenets of Sikhism.

Japu Ji goads the seeker on to a state of 'willing surrender to the Divine Will'. Invoking the grace of the Almigthy, it lays stress on a subjugation and sublimation of man's Morbid 'ego', and on persistent endeavour of the individual soul to tear apart the veil of 'untruth'. Through total surrender to the Master's Will and in loving devotion to his Master, man seeks and ever closer proximity to the Divine Soul, Which is man's primal home and his final destination. Unlike the Semetic and many other faiths, Heaven in Sikhism is no distant geographical entity. It is, as Confucius put it, 'being one with God'.

About the Author:

Professor G.s. Randhawa, Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar is an academician of repute and an international stature, with a professional standing or over four and a half decades. Although his basic discipline is English Literature, he has all though been a keen follower of Sikh Studies and Comparative Theology. His firm commitment to Sikhism notwithstanding, he combines it with a rare mix of catholicity of approach to other religious belief and to view of thing with a well-grounded belief that-"Truth is not the exclusive monopoly of any single creed" Small wonder, his approach to Sikhism is more like a seeker labouring to comprehend its basic philosophy and concepts and expounding these ideas in simple and lucid terms for the benefit of the common reader.

CONTENTS

Foreword7
Editorial Note11
Key to Translateration15
Introduction17
[Significance (17), The Tradition(17),Structure and Contents (18), Idiom(22),Purpose(24) ,Areas of Enquiry (25), The Concept of God : The Mulmantra (26), Ek Omkar (27), Other Attributes of God (30), Guru and Gurprasad(40), The universe (43), Man in the Hierarchy of Creation (45), Man's Quest ant Aim (46), Ego (Haumai) (47), The Divine Order or Will (52), Free Will & Determinism (54), Karma, Predestination & Fate (57), Pursuit of Quest (58), The Paths to Salvation (59), The Yoga (62), Loving Adoration of God (64), The Sahaja Marga of the Sikhs (67), Maya (Illusion) (69), The Cultivation of Virtue (70), The Five Realms (71), Life after Death(76), Delivenrance-Its Socio-oriented Character (77), The Doctrine of Grace (78), The Guru's Role (82), Formalism in Religion (84), Dignity of Human Life (84), The Ideals High Lighted (85), Social Dimension of Guru's Teachings (87), Cosmological Perceptions (88)].
Japu Ji (Text)92
Bibliography 221
Index223

GURU NANAK'S JAPU JI (Trilingual)

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Hardcover
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1996
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10.0" X 6.5"
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About the Book :

The work is a translation into English of Japu Ji- the morning prayer of the Sikhs. Individual stanzas of Japu Ji are followed by brief annotations, wherever necessary. The Introduction is a perceptive study and exposition of the basic tenets of Sikhism.

Japu Ji goads the seeker on to a state of 'willing surrender to the Divine Will'. Invoking the grace of the Almigthy, it lays stress on a subjugation and sublimation of man's Morbid 'ego', and on persistent endeavour of the individual soul to tear apart the veil of 'untruth'. Through total surrender to the Master's Will and in loving devotion to his Master, man seeks and ever closer proximity to the Divine Soul, Which is man's primal home and his final destination. Unlike the Semetic and many other faiths, Heaven in Sikhism is no distant geographical entity. It is, as Confucius put it, 'being one with God'.

About the Author:

Professor G.s. Randhawa, Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar is an academician of repute and an international stature, with a professional standing or over four and a half decades. Although his basic discipline is English Literature, he has all though been a keen follower of Sikh Studies and Comparative Theology. His firm commitment to Sikhism notwithstanding, he combines it with a rare mix of catholicity of approach to other religious belief and to view of thing with a well-grounded belief that-"Truth is not the exclusive monopoly of any single creed" Small wonder, his approach to Sikhism is more like a seeker labouring to comprehend its basic philosophy and concepts and expounding these ideas in simple and lucid terms for the benefit of the common reader.

CONTENTS

Foreword7
Editorial Note11
Key to Translateration15
Introduction17
[Significance (17), The Tradition(17),Structure and Contents (18), Idiom(22),Purpose(24) ,Areas of Enquiry (25), The Concept of God : The Mulmantra (26), Ek Omkar (27), Other Attributes of God (30), Guru and Gurprasad(40), The universe (43), Man in the Hierarchy of Creation (45), Man's Quest ant Aim (46), Ego (Haumai) (47), The Divine Order or Will (52), Free Will & Determinism (54), Karma, Predestination & Fate (57), Pursuit of Quest (58), The Paths to Salvation (59), The Yoga (62), Loving Adoration of God (64), The Sahaja Marga of the Sikhs (67), Maya (Illusion) (69), The Cultivation of Virtue (70), The Five Realms (71), Life after Death(76), Delivenrance-Its Socio-oriented Character (77), The Doctrine of Grace (78), The Guru's Role (82), Formalism in Religion (84), Dignity of Human Life (84), The Ideals High Lighted (85), Social Dimension of Guru's Teachings (87), Cosmological Perceptions (88)].
Japu Ji (Text)92
Bibliography 221
Index223

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