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Japji Sahib (Hindi)

जपुजी साहिब

इस पुस्तक में गुरु नानक देव जी की श्रेष्ठ रचना जपुजी की एक विस्तृत व्याख्या है। सिक्खों का धर्मग्रंथ आदि ग्रंथ जपुजी से प्रारंभ होता है। जपुजी को गुरु नानक के दर्शन का निचोड़ और सारे आदि ग्रंथ का सारांश भी समझा जाता है। जपुजी में परमात्मा, उसकी मौज (हुकुम), सृष्टि, कर्म सिद्धांत, आध्यात्मिक अभ्यास, समाधि की अवस्था और अंत में परमतत्त्व परमात्मा में समाने की चर्चा की गई है।

This book is a comprehensive commentary on Guru Nanak's masterpiece Japji. Adi Granth, the sacred scripture of the Sikhs, opens with Japji. Japji is considered to be an epitome of the philosophy of Guru Nanak and also a summary of entire Adi Granth. It explains the concepts of God the creator, his will (Hukum and Bhana), the creation, doctrine of karma, the spiritual practice which leads to concentration (Samadhi) where by the soul travels through five prominent spiritual regions to merge with the Ultimate. The book brings the lofty and profound teachings of the great Guru within the easy reach of the layperson.

English: Jap Ji
Author: Dr. T.R. Shangari
Category: Mysticism in World Religions
Format: Paperback, 424 Pages
Edition: 2nd, 2006
ISBN: 978-81-8256-706-1
RSSB: HI-204-0

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