Japji Sahib Mp3 Download
Download Complete Japji Sahib Path in Mp3 – recited by Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji from Damdami Taksal. Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji is a renowned Paathi Singh who provided Shudh Santhya of Gurbani Path to many Sikhs.
|Gurbani Path||Japji Sahib|
|Pathi Singh||Bhai Jarnail Singh (Damdami Taksal Wale)|
|Lyrics||Guru Nanak Dev Ji|
Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh Scripture, begins with the Japji. This long hymn is the epitome of Sikh religious philosophy and the rest of the Holy Book is an exposition of the thought contained in the Japji.
It is one of the products of those minds who have tasted God-consciousness and whose words beckon generation after generation of men to prepare themselves for the descent of the Divine into their lives.
It is Guru Nanak’s most remarkable contribution that begins with Mool Mantra Ik Oankar Satnam…
In sacred literature, the Japji may be aptly compared with ‘the Gita and the New Testament. Just as the Gita contains the kernel of the Hindu religious philosophy and the New Testament the fundamental tenets of Christianity, similarly ‘the essence of the Sikh religious philosophy is enshrined in the Japji’.
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This beautiful poem of Guru Nanak is not a hymn to be sung in accompaniment with a musical instrument. He has, therefore, affixed no tune or raga to it, as he has done in the case of all other poems of his.
The Sikh Religion differs as regards the authenticity of its dogmas from most other theological systems. Many of the great teachers the world has known have not left a line of their composition and we only know what they taught through tradition or second-hand information… But the compositions of the Sikh Gurus are preserved and we know, at first hand what they taught. They employed the vehicle of verse which is generally unalterable by copyists and we even become in time familiar with their different styles…
Bhai Gurdas (1560-1639) had said in his Vars that when Guru Nanak settled down at Kartarpur (around 1521 A.D.) after long journeys, the daily routine of the Sikhs was to recite the Japji in the morning and sing the Sodar and the Arti in the evening.
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