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Japu Darshan Deedar

Description This is one of the most perceptive and penetrating commentaries on Guru Nanak's masterpiece "Japji". It not only gives a literal word forward meaning but also gives the total cumulative essence of each verse called "Pauri". The result is a complete, comprehensive explanation of this philosophical verse. It is full of new insights which reveal the vast canvas of Guru Nanak's spiritual vision and provides the reader a glimpse into the major attributes of the Divine reality. The author's use of simple, communicative diction conveys the full meaning of highly complex, philosophical terms to the reader so naturally and easily that his mind remains unburdened from the heavy philosophical jargon and terminology. The whole commentary is systematic, progressive and thematically conclusive leading to a clear revelation of Guru Nanak's vision.[edit]
Keywords Ek Onkar, Ajooni, Sunia, Gaviye, Manney, Karam Kand, Sach Khand, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001586
Author Dr. Taran Singh
Year 1969
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Fakeer Singh & Sons
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 18.5
Breadth 12.4
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         278
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