Japji Sahib Path

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Japji Sahib was my first introduction to the Almighty. Every morning my mother used to hum it for me when I was little. Years later I recited Ik Onkar for Rang De Basanti and received so much love for it. For me, this was not just a project but a journey that connected me to God through the path of music.

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Japji Sahib Path

Japji Sahib is a Sikh prayer, that appears at the beginning of the holy scripture of the Sikhs, the living Guru, Guru Granth Sahib. It was composed by Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism. It is headed by Mool Mantra and followed by 38 paudis (stanzas) and completed with a final Salok at the end of this composition. Japji Sahib is believed to be the first composition of Guru Nanak and considered in Sikhism as the faith's most comprehensive essence.It is regarded amongst the most important Bani or 'set of verses' by the Sikhs, as it is first Bani in Nitnem.


Japji Sahib ik-oNkaar sat naam kartaa purakh nirbha-o nirvair akaal moorat ajoonee saibhaN gur parsaad. Aad sach jugaad sach. Hai bhee sach naanak hosee bhee sach. 1 sochai soch na hova-ee jay sochee lakh vaar. Chupai chup na hova-ee jay laa-ay rahaa liv taar. X man full movie 2017. 'Japji Sahib Path' app let you read and listen to 'Japji Sahib Audio' on your mobile. You can read 'Japji Sahib Path' in Hindi or Punjabi and can read meaning of path while reading or listening to 'Japji Sahib Audio'.

It is notable for its discourse on what is true worship and the nature of God. It states that God is indescribable, the only true form of worship is acceptance of God, and to remain one with loving God, always Related to Japji Sahib is Jaapu (Punjabi::ਜਾਪੁ), the latter is found at the start of Dasam Granth and was composed by Guru Gobind Singh.

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Japji is used in the Sikh tradition at the initiation ceremony and during the cremation ritual.