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Title Jap Ji
Description This commentary written in Hindi on Guru Nanak's "Japji" serves a wider purpose of spreading the message of this divine verse to the vast section of readers. As the commentator himself is a spiritual saint, this commentary provides deep insight into Guru Nanak's spiritual vision. Besides translating the text into easy-to-understood Hindi Language, it explains relevance of several references to Hindu Gods and Goddesses used in the original text and their role in the projection of Guru Nanak's vision about the formless supreme Divine Reality. The commentary conveys the essence of this divine verse and instills a sense of faith and devotion in God's will.
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