by Guru Nanak Dev Ji; Translated by Ek Ong Kar Kaur Khalsa
This is a new, softcover, 1st edition book published in 2004. 9"x6", 99 pages.
The Japji Sahib was composed by the first Sikh Master, Guru Nanak Dev ji. This English poetic and interpretive translation brings inspiration and divine awareness to those who read it.
The sacred way of the Sikhs began with Guru Nanak's Japji Sahib, the Song of the Soul. Guru Nanak traveled far and wide in the 16th century through what is now northern India, Pakistan, Tibet, Southwest Asia, and parts of the Middle East and sharing his message of universal acceptance, wisdom, and love. Wherever he went, he brought together people of all castes and creeds to sing sacred songs celebrating the beauty of life. Japji Sahib gives us an understanding of the total comprehensive reality of the Divine. It encourages us to live in the flow of our own Infinity as simple, bumble householders on this earth.
This is an English translation only – it does not include the original Gurmukhi or Gurmukhi transliteration.
About the Author: Ek Ong Kaar Kaur has a great love for the mystical and spiritual traditions of the East. Her other great love is writing. These two loves come together in her beautiful translations of Sikh Bani. For more information, visit her blog - www.ekongkaark.com