Download Japji Sahib Path pdf in Punjabi, hindi and english from the given direct link below which is absolutely free for all. Japji Sahib is the Sikh thesis, that appears at the beginning of the Guru Granth Sahib – the scripture of the Sikhs. It was composed by Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. It begins with Mool Mantra and then follow 38 paudis and completed with a final Salok by Guru Nanak Dev Ji at the end of this composition.
Japji Sahib is the first composition of Guru Nanak, and is considered the comprehensive essence of Sikhism. Expansion and elaboration of Japji Sahib is the entire Guru Granth Sahib.
|Name||Japji Sahib Path|
|First Publish||16th century|
|Available Language||Punjabi, hindi and english|
Importance in Sikh scripture
The Sikh scripture Shri Guru Granth Sahib begins with Japji. Japji literally means the inspiration to remember the name of Waheguru. This composition of Guru Nanak Dev ji is considered to be the beginning and the essence of Sikh ideology.
In the Sikh tradition, this Bani is fortunate to be the first to be composed. It is said that Guru Nanak composed this Bani immediately after Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji entered the river Veni and came face to face with a famine man. Japji is actually a means of presenting the divine qualities to the seeker in pure form. It is a mirror of the true knowledge of the personality of Akal Purush.
The main purpose of Japji’s teaching is to consider the divine being as the ultimate truth, to walk on the path of that truth and to walk on it and finally become the form of the same truth. If a true seeker is interested in knowing the personality of Waheguru, his world and its vastness, then Japji Sahib Path is a very beneficial medium for that seeker.
The method of believing Waheguru as the ultimate truth, being truthful to attain that truth and crossing deep and difficult spiritual paths to become the form of the same truth is also taught in Japji. The inclusion of a human being in the love of Waheguru and making a jewel to his liking is also an example of the way of life described by Japji.
Sikh life begins with reading, understanding and contemplating Japji. The entire Sikh ideology cannot be understood without a correct understanding of Japji. The day of a Sikh also begins with Japji, because the first Bani of the day to be recited is Japji. In the Sikh tradition from Guru Nanak till now Japji is recited daily
Is done in the morning. This text means; The true personality, the source of true knowledge, the qualities of Satya Vahiguru, His vastness, the innumerable people who worship Him and His merciful vision so that His love will always remain in the mind, never forgotten.