The Japji of Guru Nanak

The Japji of Guru Nanak Rupinder S. Brar Paul Michael Taylor Released to commemorate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, this translation and commentary delve into the core concepts of "The Japji," presenting it as a condensed summary of the Guru's profound teachings. At the launch event, University Registrar RS Sidhu praised Dr. Brar's work, highlighting Guru Nanak Dev's visionary outlook and the book's reflection of cultural heritage. Paul Michael Taylor, Director of the Asian Cultural History Program at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, commended Dr. Brar for his insightful commentary, emphasizing the significance of "The Japji" in Sikh tradition. Published by the esteemed Smithsonian Institution, this book aims to illuminate Guru Nanak Dev's legacy, fostering a deeper appreciation for Sikh spirituality and philosophy across cultural boundaries. *(Dr. Sarbjinder Singh's effort in securing this book for us is greatly appreciated.)  


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