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Sikh Prayers

by Surindar Singh Kohli

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Language

multilingual

Publisher

Singh Brothers

ISBN

8172051565 - Year: 1996 - Pages: 141

Binding

Hardcover

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Author: Surindar Singh Kohli
Publisher: Singh Brothers
Year: 1996
Language: multilingual
Pages: 141
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172051565

Description

A Prayer is a personal communication addressed to a deity in the form of supplication, adoration, praise, contrition or thanks-giving. But in Sikhism all other deities except God have been rejected. All other gods, goddesses, angels and the spirits are prone to death. The formal prayer is like a ritual. Everyday the prayer is offered in Sikh temples in the morning as well as in the evening. The real prayer is neither ritualistic nor it can be captured in the vesture of language, by the human beings without devotion, faith and love, the prayer creates a bridge between the soul and the Lord.

This booklet on Sikh Prayers will be useful for all the Sikhs, men, women and children, throughout the world. It will enable them to understand them not only in original, but also in English rendering. For their convenience the original text alongwith transliteration, glossary, translation and comments have been provided.

Contents

Introduction

Japu

Rahrasi

Ardas

Kirtan Sohila

Appendix

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