Author: Harjeet Singh Gill
Foreword/Introduction: S S Boparai
Publisher: Punjabi University
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8130200996
In Nanak Bani Professor Harjeet Singh Gill has interpreted in free verse the compositions of Guru Nanak (1469-1539). These are meditations and reflections of Guru Nanak which form a major part of the adi Granth composed in classical Indian ragas.
Within the dialectics of anthropology and cosmology and within the parameters of metonymic observations of the religious and the profane world, there is certain metaphoric articulation, a certain divine communication in a language that is both simple and transparent, both allegoric and transcendental.
The photographs by the author are an attempt at interpreting the ambiance in which Guru Nanak might have traveled during his Udasis.
S S BOPARAI, Vice-Chancellor
HARJEET SINGH GILL
Arbad Narbad Dhudukara
Slok Wara to Wadhik