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Page 1 medical-site.info Page 2. Page 2 medical-site.info Page 3. Page 3 medical-site.info Page 4. Page 4 medical-site.info Japji Sahib - Daily Sikh Prayer in Gurmukhi Script (Punjabi). Read more. Collapse. Reviews. Review Policy. total. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Harjot Shah. December. Japji Sahib is the first sacred composition found in the main Sikh holy scripture called the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a famous and concise summary of Sikh.
He is Beautiful, True and Eternally Joyful. What was that time, and what was that moment? What was that day, and what was that date?
What was that season, and what was that month, when the Universe was created? The Pandits, the religious scholars, cannot find that time, even if it is written in the Puraanas. That time is not known to the Qazis, who study the Koran. The day and the date are not known to the Yogis, nor is the month or the season.
The Creator who created this creation-only He Himself knows. How can we speak of Him? How can we praise Him?
How can we describe Him? How can we know Him? O Nanak, everyone speaks of Him, each one wiser than the rest. Great is the Master, Great is His Name. Whatever happens is according to His Will. There are nether worlds beneath nether worlds, and hundreds of thousands of heavenly worlds above. The Vedas say that you can search and search for them all, until you grow weary. The scriptures say that there are 18, worlds, but in reality, there is only One Universe.
If you try to write an account of this, you will surely finish yourself before you finish writing it. He Himself knows Himself. The praisers praise the Lord, but they do not obtain intuitive understanding nadee-aa atai vaah pavahi samund na jaanee-ahi.
Even kings and emperors, with mountains of property and oceans of wealth keerhee tul na hovnee jay tis manhu na veesrahi. Endless are His Praises, endless are those who speak them. Endless are His Actions, endless are His Gifts. Endless is His Vision, endless is His Hearing. His limits cannot be perceived.
What is the Mystery of His Mind?
The limits of the created universe cannot be perceived. Its limits here and beyond cannot be perceived.
Many struggle to know His limits, taa kay ant na paa-ay jaahi. No one can know these limits.
The more you say about them, the more there still remains to be said. Highest of the High, above all is His Name.
Only one as Great and as High as God tis oochay ka-o jaanai so-ay. Only He Himself is that Great. His Blessings are so abundant that there can be no written account of them.
The Great Giver does not hold back anything. Ardas Kirat Karni — Leading one's life in accordance with the Guru's teachings: Engage in an honest profession or other work or course of study.
Promote the family way of life giving time to children in an active way so as to ensure their proper awareness of the Sikh way of life. To live humbly and with love in an extended family group encouraging Gurmat principles and offering moral support within this extended structure. Seva — Undertake free voluntary service within the community at Gurdwaras, community projects, hospitals, old peoples homes, nurseries, etc. To positively support weaker members within the community.
Disciplined life — The Sikh is commanded by the Gurus to lead a disciplined life and to not follow blindly rituals and superstitions which bring no spiritual or material benefit to the person or community.
Follow the teachings of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Do not eat meat that has been slaughtered in a ritualistic way Kutha meat and refrain from using all forms of intoxicants. Alcohol and tobacco is strictly prohibited. Apart from one's wife or husband to treat all females or males as daughters, sisters or mothers sons, brothers or fathers depending on their age. To practice and promote complete equality between the genders; castes; races, religions, etc.
Communal life[ edit ] The Sikh has a duty to actively contribute to the community outside the family unit.
Time needs to be given to the greater Sikh community and the even wider world community. It is the duty of the Sikh to hold a continuous dialogue with all members of the larger community, to treat them as equals, and respect their religions and their customs. Meditating and scriptures[ edit ] Sikhs engage in personal and communal meditation, Kirtan and the study of the holy Scriptures.
Meditating and understanding of the Guru Granth Sahib is important to the development of a Sikh.
One should not only study Gurmukhi and be able to read Gurbani but also understand the meaning of the text. Translations and other material may be used to assist the Sikh. The Sikh should revert to the Guru Granth Sahib for the all spiritual guidance in one's life.
Congregation and scripture[ edit ] It is believed that a Sikh is more easily and deeply affected by Gurbani when engaged in congregational gatherings.
For this reason, it is necessary for a Sikh to visit Gurdwaras , the places where the Sikhs congregate for worship and prayer. On joining the holy congregation, Sikhs should take part and obtain benefit from the joint study of the holy scriptures. The Gurdwara is open to all for the Guru's darshan seeing the holy Guru and Langar.
Shoes must be removed, one's head must be covered, and respectful clothing is a must. Kirtan[ edit ] Sikhs, though anyone with correct pronunciation and understanding of Gurbani who desires to take part in the congregation, perform Kirtan Spiritual hymn singing in a congregation and only hymns Shabads from the holy scriptural compositions in traditional musical measures should be sung.