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A great step has been taken forward with all the good Guru Granth Sahib Translations in English , Hindi and Punjabi being brought together on one single page . These are some of the greatest translations of Guru Granth Sahib ji that have ever come into existence . These are the Guru Granth Sahib translations by eminent authors such as Gopal Singh , Manmohan Singh , Gurbachan Singh Talib , Gurachan Singh Makin , Dr. Darshan Singh , Kartar Singh Duggal , Giani Harbans Singh Ji , Professor Sahib Singh Ji , Sant Kirpal Singh ji , Bhai Vir Singh Ji and Dr . Rattan Singh Jaggi

These translations do a great service in making the meanings and message of Guru Granth Sahib ji very clear to the common man and Sikhism enthusiasts . There are translations of complete Guru Granth Sahib ji in English, Hindi and Punjabi and all of these have been excellently done . Some of them are just translations while others contain the transliterations and bani in its original form also . Following is the list of translations that have been added :

English Translations of Guru Granth Sahib Ji :

1. Guru Granth Sahib English Translation By Dr. Gopal Singh

2. Sri Guru Granth Sahib By Gurbachan Singh Talib in English in 4 Volumes in English

3. The Essence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Gurbachan Singh Makin in English - Punjabi in 5 Volumes

4. Guru Granth Sahib by Dr. Darshan Singh in English - Punjabi in 5 Volumes

5. Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Manmohan Singh in English in 8 Volumes

6. The Holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Kartar Singh Duggal in English in 4 Volumes

All these can be found online at http://www.jsks.co.in/sggs.htm .

Punjabi Translations of Guru Granth Sahib Ji :

1. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Nirnai Steek By Giani Harbans Singh Ji in 14 Volumes in Punjabi

2. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Darpan by Prof. Sahib Singh in 10 Volumes in Punjabi

3. Arth Bodh – Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji by Dr. Rattan Singh Jaggi

4. Sri Ameer Bhandar Sampradai Teeka by Sant Kirpal Singh Ji in 10 Volumes in Punjabi

5. Santhya Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji By Bhai Vir Singh Ji in 7 Volumes

All these can be found online at http://www.jsks.co.in/sggs.htm .

Hindi Translations of Guru Granth Sahib Ji :

1. Guru Granth Sahib with meanings in Hindi in 2 Volumes By Manmohan Sehgal

2. Guru Granth Sahib with meanings in Hindi in 4 Volumes By Manmohan Sehgal

All these can be found online at http://www.jsks.co.in/sggs.htm .

Please add any more resources for Guru Granth Sahib ji to this page .


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post-24911-127488183939_thumb.jpgGuru Granth Sahib Hindi Translation by Manmohan Sehgal

An excellent Hindi translation of Guru Granth Sahib ji has been released online . This is a steek or complete Guru Granth Sahib's Hindi Translation by Dr. Manmohan Sehgal . There are thousands or may be lakhs of Sikhs or Sikhism enthusiasts around India and around the world who have been seeking to know more about Sikhism but they lack knowledge and understanding of Punjabi language or Gurmukhi script in which Guru Granth Sahib is originally written . So in order to understand its meanings and take instructions from Guru Granth Sahib they required that Guru Granth Sahib be available in Hindi language .

This is a Hindi translation of complete bani of Guru Granth Sahib ji . The original bani of Guru Granth Sahib in Hindi is followed by its meaning in Hindi . This is a great gift by Dr. Manmohan Sehgal to the hindi speaking sikhs who continuously seek divine instructions from the Guru immortal , Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji , of the sikhs . This has also helped increase the understanding of Sikhism among other religions across India who are only well versed in Hindi .

So this Hindi and translation is a great innovation and great news for Sikhism . It is great for the spread of Sikhism and its awareness in Hindi speaking regions of the Globe . As a great service to the community this has been made available at the following page for everyone :


Guru Granth Sahib Hindi Translation

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An excellent English Translation of Guru Granth Sahib by Dr. Darshan Singh Ji was released online . The steek is an excellent effort on the part of Dr. Darshan Singh who has given his everything to bring out this masterpiece for the Sikhs around the world .

This steek is an excellent Translation of complete Guru Granth Sahib ji alongwith the English transliteration of each and every line , with the bani in Punjabi accompanied by its meaning or translation in English language .

This effectively means that Sikhs around the world who are not so well versed in Gurmukhi but know English can benefit immensely from this innovation . The best part is that each and every line of Gurbani is accompanied by its English translation which explains the meanings of the verse and the transliteration which gives the correct pronunciation of the bani to the english reader as it would be spoken in Punjabi in its original form . This means the reader can now both recite Bani of Guru Granth Sahib Ji accurately as well as understand it thoroughly . This helps a great deal if one is to live his life according to the instructions of the living Guru – Guru Granth Sahib ji which are contained in His Divine Word which is the Bani of Guru Granth Sahib ji .

This English translation is therefore great news for the Sikh Community around the world .who can now understand Gurbani more easily than ever before . The Translation can be accessed online at http://www.jsks.co.i...rshan_singh.htm

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All Books of Sant Charan Singh Urf Jaswant Singh Bhagat Ji have been added online . Thisis great news for sikhs around the world who have always wanted to read his books but found them inaccessible . There are several Book s that have been written by him and each one touches the soul . These books are special in the sense that they touch the inner essence of Gurbani and help take you to newer and greater spiritual heights with the help of Gurbani . These Books by Sant Charan Singh Urf Jaswant Singh Ji are written by a person who has made tremendous spiritual progress as a seeker himself and aims to help others achieve the same goals too . Sant Charan Singh ji is no ordinary soul but possessor of intricate knowledge of the self and Gurbani . Such people are a blessing to the world . He has devoted in this entire life to seva and has done real seva for Sikhism by writing these volumes :

1. Garibi Vale Shabad Padan De Maha Vismad Arth

2. Sri Sukhmani Sahib Ji Steek

3. Brahm Vidia Sanskar - Janam Sanskar - Anand Karaj - Antam Sanskar

4. Shubh Sachi Bansavali

5. Sache Satguru Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Da Shudh Ucharan

6. Sache Satguru Guru Granth Sahib Ji Da Itihas

7. Guru Granth Sahib Ji Valon Prashna De Uttar

8. Pothi Deh Arogta

9. Sri Kabir Farid Sahib Ji Salok Arth Pothi

10 . Bal Bodh

All these books are superb and really worth spending the time to read . One of these is Sukhmani Sahib Steek and as one reads it one realizes that Jaswant Singh Bhagat Ji is not merely touching the surface but reaching depths of Gurbani that we ordinary mortals cannot even imagine to be existing . All his Books are displayed online at http://www.jsks.co.in/sant_charan_singh_ji.htm

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An English Translation and Transliteration of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji by Surinder Singh Kohli has been released and made available online for the Sikhs around the world . This set of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji contains the complete English Translation and Transliteration of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji in three volumes . The bani in Gurmukhi is accompanied by the English Tranliteration under each line and the English translation written just opposite to it .

There have been quite a few disputes regarding whether or not the bani of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib ji is a composition of Guru Gobind Singh Ji or not . The Best way to judge for oneself is to read it yourself and analyse the meaning and purpose of the bani . Understand it and then listen to what your heart says .The bani will speak for itself .

This is a monumental effort by Surinder Singh Kohli who has rendered a great service to Sikh Religion by completing and bringing out this translation and transliteration of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji in English . It means that people who do not understand Gurmukhi will get a reflection of Gurbani as it is written in Punjabi as well as get to know its meaning and message .

The translation can be ordered and obtained in any part of the world at http://www.jsks.co.in/gurbani_dasam_granth_sahib_english.htm

Sri Dasam Granth English Translation with Transliteration

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TuhiNirankar    17

Sangat Ji,

Please visit Gursevak and read the pothiya for FREE online along with the recordings,

Bhagat ji (Baba Jaswant Singh Ji) has no desire to obtain any worldy wealth, Baba ji just wants to spread Guru Sahibs Word in the form of Arth and Sakhiya so that we can connect back to our Mool (God)

Another thing they focus on is teaching Santhiya especially to the Youth, So that our coming Generations don't loose this amolak gem of Shudh Ucharan.

If you live in BC, Bhagat ji is there rite now,,, I fall at your charan and humbly request you to go meet this Guru ka Piyara who learned in the charan of Dhan Dhan Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji Khalsa,,

You can get hard copies of Pothiya directly from Bhagat ji if you go see them, and they will give u alot of encouragement to walk towards Guru Sahib,,

Waheguru i can't even explain how much Love they showered on this maha-moorakh,,, its a quality of God, Daya (Mercy) to even pick up the most dirtiest fallen kaljugi jeevs,,

Waheguru there is sooooo much peace in reading these pothiya----- Play the Gareebi Pothi in the car and/or have it Play in your house 24/7, Gareebi Pothi

For Parents-- Read Punj Sankar Pothi-- Janam Sanskar---Section 2: details the conduct for the birth of a child. It covers from the initial ardaas for a child and covers up to raising the child (womb ardaas, health care, Amrit, nameing the child, method of raising the child etc). It is supported by examples from GuruSahib’s time and complemented with the lives of many Gurmukhs.

Punj Sankar Pothi

If you want to speak to Babaji you can contact BC singhs and ask them for Baba Jaswant Singh Ji (bhagat Jis) number, that way you can find out where they are staying and go visit them and pick up pothiya,,, there are alot of new pothiya that just got printed such as Health Pothi, Bal Updesh(in detail learning of Shudh Ucharan) and Sloak Bhagat Kabir Sahib Jee, Bhagat Farid Sahib Jee. Ang (1364 to 1384) Steek


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