GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI WITH MEANINGS IN PUNJABI PDF

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Sri Guru Granth Darpan: Punjabi translation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib along with commentary and word meanings by Professor Sahib Singh. For feedback. The Teeka of Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Professor Sahib Singh has been made available . Tus Hoſt roof et dioele adet ji fi got idt fitH fjos () is fiprld add it it shift. SGGS - Sri Guru Granth Sahib JiHere your can FREE download SRI GURU English translation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib in the customary format (Pdf).


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Dr. Sant Singh Ji's modernized English translation of Siri Guru Granth Sahib with matching SGGS (Gurmukhi with matching Angs and landscape) PDF file Listen to Katha in Punjabi by Giani Thakur Singh and Giani Harbhajan Singh, USA. This is Gurbani App. This app is mobile version of web app reffirodonverm.ga . This is Punjabi Translation of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji By prof. Sahib Singh. Siri Guru Granth Darpan by Professor Sahib Singh Gurmukhi text to Punjabi ( Gurmukhi) translation of all of Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

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Some sing of knowledge obtained of Him, through difficult philosophical studies. Some sing that He fashions the body, and then again reduces it to dust.

Some sing that He takes life away, and then again restores it. Some sing that He seems so very far away.

Section 01 - Jup - Part Some sing that He watches over us, face to face, ever-present. There is no shortage of those who preach and teach. Millions upon millions offer millions of sermons and stories. The Great Giver keeps on giving, while those who receive grow weary of receiving.

Throughout the ages, consumers consume. The Commander, by His Command, leads us to walk on the Path. O Nanak, He blossoms forth, Carefree and Untroubled. So what offering can we place before Him, by which we might see the Darbaar of His Court? What words can we speak to evoke His Love? By the karma of past actions, the robe of this physical body is obtained.

By His Grace, the Gate of Liberation is found. He Himself is Immaculate and Pure. Those who serve Him are honored. O Nanak, sing of the Lord, the Treasure of Excellence. A reference to hopelessness as a symptom probably is reflected in the following line: In front of me, I see the jungle burning; behind me, I see green plants sprouting There are references to doubt sansaiy and skepticism bharam , both being part of depression as these never affect the ones who are always in touch with the naam of God Therapeutic context The text also illustrates therapeutic issues in depression at an individual level by asserting that peace and tranquility of the mind can restore the mind to its original balanced state or equipoise sanatan.

It gives due importance to diagnosing depression p.

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The text equates the Lord's name to medicine aukhad ; , mentioning that it can help the depressed person and relieve him of his depression. However, the scripture is not a pharmacopeia, and so not surprisingly there is no mention of the role of medication in the text.

At some points, medicines and remedies have been said to be nothing more than ashes It also suggests meditation as having a therapeutic effect, provided it is done with the Lord's name in the mind ; ;; ; Through meditation and listening to the religious scholars and spiritual teachers, devotees are forever in bliss The text enumerates many ways of praying pujaa, bhagti the Lord, some of which include: Ardaas prayer , shabadandkirtan holy songs , naam-jaap chanting the Name , oostuht praise the Lord , listening to saakhi Guru's teachings , gurbani Guru's words , and upadeis teachings.

It notes that grief gets resolved by coming to the sanctuary of the parbrahma sanctuary here may refer to any holy place For a more long-term control and management of depression, the text recommends remembering simran and praising the Lord p.

Only these will lead to eternal peace p. Chanting the name of the Lord har-jap and dedicating oneself to selfless service sevaa of others enable the individual to attain happiness The name can be chanted 24 h a day aath pahar or day and night , and this serves as a protective and therapeutic measure for dukh Thus, agurmukhi way of life has been recommended Apart from considering karma as etiologically important in depression, the Guru Granth Sahib also specifies that the Lord can forgive all beings for their bad karma in life.

The only condition for this is that the person should surrender to the Lord p.

The Granth thus puts the locus of control totally on the outside, on Lord, on karma, on the universe, and in a way shuns people to take responsibility of their lives. This perhaps reinforces that an external locus of control is better.

As per the text, remembering Lord Prabh simar and meditation dhyan can free both the body and mind of any illness Those who meditate on the Lord's name, with focused consciousness, remain stable forever Raja Yoga, the Yoga of meditation, is said to give the perfect peace sukh and contentment santokh to an individual p. Samaadhi has been described as the final and ultimate end of a happy life, a sweet pleasure , wherein one merges imperceptibly into the Lord However, an assertion is made that meditation should be done with the name of the Lord if it is to have any power.

For example, meditation without the Lord's name was compared to an imaginary rider on a horse, or a eunuch caressing a woman, someone trying to milk an ox, someone riding a cow to chase a tiger, or someone going shopping without money p.

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Studies of prayer as treatment or preventive interventions for health problems are rare and often not published in scientific journals. For example, a study done in Amritsar on the regular recitors of Sukhmani Sahib showed a lower prevalence of hypertension in recitors versus non-recitors 4.

There is a special place in Sikh and perhaps all South and East Asian teachings for dealing with pain and suffering. Guru Nanak distinguished many types of suffering: separation from God, the anguish of tyranny and death, affliction of bodily ailments, and the torment of mental and spiritual disease. It is this form of remedy that may enable people to endure and deal with their suffering and pain, illness, and despair in a relationship with their God. The text has given a special position to the Guru, who may be interpreted to play the role of a teacher or a therapist in the life of the dukhi, showing him the way to moksha or relieving him of dukh.

Without the Guru, one loses his way and wanders around in the forest He is known to fulfill the hopes of the hopeless p17 , revealing the path to peace and having the quality of empathy soorat intuitive understanding; page When one involves self in the service of the Guru, peace and intuitive balance sahaj; p.

Through the Guru's sermons upadeis , pain and pleasure become alike , and joy harakh and sorrow sog , feel the same to one's consciousness The Guru's word has been equated with amrat ambrosia ; suffering dukh , agony klesh , and fear bhau do not cling to those whose heart is filled with the Gurumantra The mind, body, and soul, all are appeased Those who suffer keep on wandering around the world begging, but get exhausted and find a solution only with the Guru in his teachings p.

The solution is usually a jaap chant , by which the name of the Lord and hence peace comes to dwell in the mind of the diseased p. The Guru's word saves one from falling into hell , which may again refer to melancholy. Renouncing tiyaag sexual desire, anger, and greed to seek Nirvana has been advised. Blaming dose others is of no benefit and one should instead blame his or her own karma which most often leads to all the suffering The verse, Bin gur rog na tutai, haumai peerh na jaaei, makes a reference that the disease is not cured and the pain and egotism do not go away without the Guru.

Although the book was written years ago, interestingly it has references to modern depression, including causes that can give rise to depression and symptoms that a depressive can experience.

Tatkara of Siri Guru Granth Sahib in Punjabi

It also highlights and stresses upon therapeutic issues related to depression. Many of these points are applicable to depression in the modern context and can be useful in clinical scenarios. Mental health care workers and other therapists who deal with Sikh patients in distress can be in a better position to deal with them by understanding these descriptions within their religious text.

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Asian J Psychiatr. Khalsa SS.By His Command, some are high and some are low; by His Written Command, pain and pleasure are obtained. Bhugra D. English translation of Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Sahib Singh's contribution to Sikh studies and Punjabi letters received wide recognition in his own lifetime.

Reference to decreased interest in previously pleasurable activities anhedonia has been made on p. Structured data Captions English Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents.

Without the Guru, one loses his way and wanders around in the forest O Nanak, He blossoms forth, Carefree and Untroubled. The Granthi also acts as caretaker for the Guru Granth Sahib, keeping the Guru Granth Sahib covered in clean cloths, known as rumala, to protect from heat, dust, pollution, etc.