Adi Granth in Guru Granth Sahib

  • Adi Granth Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the most sacred and the only revered religious scripture of the Sikhs. Due to its simplicity, universality and stress on inner piety, it has been declared a 'World Heritage'. Despite the variety in......More

First Three Words in Guru Granth Sahib

  • First Three Words in Guru Granth Sahib The first three words of the SGGS come from Sanskrit: Sri (prosperity), Guru (teacher) and Granth (treatise) and the fourth is from Persian, Sahib (master). It is a master treatise that teaches us and......More

Mystic Aum in Guru Granth Sahib

  • Mystic Aum in Guru Granth Sahib Therefore, it is an eminent creation, distinguished and extraordinary, noble and elevated, illustrious and glorious, majestic and sublime. It possesses the divinity, vitality, spirituality and mystic element of......More

The Eternal Guru in Guru Granth Sahib

  • The Eternal Guru in Guru Granth Sahib The history of SGGS, also known as the Adi Grantb, began when Guru Nanak began composing and singing its verses and collecting his own hymns. When he began collecting the Sakhis, he knew the importance......More

Guru Arjun Devs legacy

  • Guru Arjun Devs legacy The recorded history of SGGS began when the fifth Guru, Arjun Dev, with the help of devoted saints, disciples and wise men compiled it from 1601 to 1604. This included all the Vanis composed up to that time. The effort......More

Guru Gobind Singhs legacy

  • Guru Gobind Singhs legacy The tenth Guru, Gobind Singh, re-edited the SGGS and gave it finishing touches at Damdama Sahib. Bhai Mani Singh did all the writing work. The vanis composed by the ninth Guru, Tegh Bahadur, were also included.......More

Ultimate Guru in Guru Granth Sahib

  • The Ultimate Guru in Guru Granth Sahib However, the real history of SGGS begins when the tenth Guru, Gobind Singh, placed the Sri Guru Granth Sahib on a high pedestal, bowed before it, declared it to be divine and sacred, and formally......More

Kartarpur Bir

  • Kartarpur Bir After a name change, Pothi Sahib became Kartarpur Bir. There is a long story behind the change. It was kept in the house of the sixth master Guru Har Gobind. His grandson Dhir Mal wanted to become the next Guru. In order to put......More

Banno Bir

  • Banno Bir   There is another Granth known as Banno Bir. This is now treated as an unauthorised version. Guru Arjun Dev gave a copy of the Granth to Bhai Banno to take to Lahore for binding. Bhai Banno was an obedient disciple but he......More

Coming Full Circle

  • Coming Full Circle History came full circle when Guru Gobind Singh declared the SGGS to be the next and only Guru after him. This marked the end of human guruship. This did not happen easily. Guru Gobind Singh undertook the tedious task......More

Guru In Sri Guru Granth Sahib

  • Gurus  Verses Guru Nanak was superior to all other saints of his time. He enjoyed royal dignity. In fact, he was a man free from worldly cares and anxieties and taught freedom to all. The sacred scripture Sri Guru Granth Sahib......More

Remarkable Scripture

  • Remarkable Scripture The Adi Granth or Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the eleventh and last Guru of the Sikhs who believe only in the Gurus and the Adi Granth. The Sikh scripture SGGS is the greatest work of Punjabi literature that includes......More

Guru Vani From Sri Guru Granth Sahib

  • Guru Vani From Sri Guru Granth Sahib 1. The Infinite, transcendental Lord, the Supreme God is the one whom Nanak has known as his Master. Sorath,559 2. There is but one True Lord in the whole world, there is no other. Dhansari, 660......More

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