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GURU GRANTH SAHIB STEEK PDF

The Teeka of Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Professor Sahib Singh has been made did extensive formatting/improvements of the text of Teeka by Professor Sahib. Santhya Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Vol by Bhai Veer Singh Ji Japji Sahib Steek Garab Ganjani Teeka Gurmukhi (Bhai Santokh Singh Ji) ยท Adi Sri Guru Granth. Guru Granth Sahib Steek (Darpan) in 10 volumes composed by famous Prof: Sahib Singh. This is the only well regarded and accepted Steek of Guru Granth.

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Don’t be afraid to ask Also who or which translations sangat also recommend on reading as there are many versions.

Posted March 4, Posted March 3, Vivek Pardipika – by Tirath Singh Nirmala. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.

Sri Dasam Granth – 3 volumes by Surinder Singh Kohli – about the best available however missing the charritars and hikayats. Later on the smritis etc totally spoiled everything. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. As such one might argue the compartmentalization of roles for a person is good.

Because when a Sikh is doing paathhe’s like a brahmin. Are we the best religion? Ie you are not lower or higher. Anek Bani Teeka – Bhai Vir Singh – 3 volumes giru the main banis left missing from the initial 7 volumes. The text is only 22 pages in the Sri Rattan Mala however Tirath Singh has kindly let me have a glance at his commentary of it which is over pages long and very deep in adhyatmik and vedant gyan according to puratan sikhi.

Thank you for that jee that was really useful Again hope that helps. Where can you get it from?

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Posted May 5, Already have an account? Bhavrasamrit Teeka – Tirath Singh Nirmala – very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc. All of Sant Surjit Singh Jis steeks are worth getting Teh Sooraj Parkash Steek by Ajit SIngh Aulukh is the only complete set but has loads of faults All of the steeks above are in Gurmukhi, if it is english steeks you require we can put a list up for them as well hope that helps.

Ggranth of the steeks above are in Gurmukhi, if it is english steeks you require we can put a list up for them as grnth.

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Bhai Gurdas Di Vaaran – 2 volumes gtanth Bhai ssahib Singh, basic translation only saral arths, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhai Gurdas Di Kabait Sawaiyas – by Shamsher Singh Puri – again very basic translation, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhavrasamrit Teeka – Tirath Singh Nirmala – very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc Coming very soon Chanaka Raajneete is actually a discoure written about socialism in gugu and politics written by Rishi Chanak.

Also Sant Sanpooran Singh Ji’s version s good if you like adhyatmic stuff. But the problem is Varna in hindu as is understood by dteek masses is birth-bases whereas vedas say it is by one’s nature and one’s karam.

The difference is that a steek just gives the meanings while teeks gives commentary as well Not heard of any new teekas by Sant Giani Mohan Singh Ji Bhindra Walae. By harsharan Started March 27, How often we come across a Singh who’s valiant as a soldier and also as knowledgeable and spiritual fit like a sant.

On the flip side one might argue and this is my observation too that even Amritdhari Singhs tend to learn either towards beer ras kshatriya or adhyatamik ras brahman. No one can say who is higher or lower. By mahandulai Started Tuesday at Important Information Terms of Use. By mahandulai Started 12 hours ago.