Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev and Essentials of Sikhism

Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev and Essentials of Sikhism

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Author: Jeja Singh
Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh
Year: 2004
Language: multilingual
Pages: 128
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8176016276


Sikhism took birth in the East, in Punjab India five centuries ago. The followers, called Sikhs, have spread all over the world as seekers of new opportunities in life. With them they carried their unique appearance, culture and their unique philosophy.

There are a large number of people who developed keen interest in them and, who are interested in acquainting themselves with the Sikh history and scriptures but have no knowledge of Gurmukhi script and Punjabi language. Therefore, keeping in mind this difficulty of those persons desirous of acquiring knowledge, to reproduce Sikh history blended with Gurbani (divine revelations of the great Gurus) and their ideology, in poetic form. Sikh history, partly in prose and partly blended with Gurbani them in the form of dialogues between Guru Arjan Dev and the related persons with his martyrdom is produced in this book.

Though excellence, sweetness and the musical grandeur of Gurbani cannot be translated into other languages with the same accuracy and sweetness. The main purpose of resting the history grafted with ideology as enshrined in Sri Guru Granth Sahib is to convey the message of the universal revelation (Gurbani) to those interested persons, who are not conversant with the Sikh faith and history.


Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev
The House of Gurus
Three Commandments by Guru Nanak dev
Three Commandments by Guru Gobind Singh
Sikh Ways of Life
Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev
Harimandir Sahib (Golden temple)
Guru Granth Sahib-Opinions
Sukhmani-The Ambrosia for Peace and Jewel of Bliss
Prelude of Sikh Prayer
The Sweetness (Guru Arjan Dev)
Golden temple
Memo to Jahangir (Imagery)
The Whole Ambience
Dialogue Between the Guru and the Quazi
Dialogue with dame
Dialogue Between Main Mir and the Guru
Dialogue Between Main Mir and Quazi
Agony of My Mind
Guru Arjan as Creativity
The River Ravi