Treasure of Sikhism

Ambrosial Gutka

by Bhag Bhullar



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 28/06/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 890
ISBN : 9781665563772

About the Book

Guru Granth sahib, Sikh Holy Scripture has been compiled; the life experience of 25 Prophets from various religions and different time periods. The theme, Mool Mantra carries an enlightening message of The True Master to realize the purpose of human life opportunity. Human must regret, repents, and surrenders his self-identity at His Sanctuary. Guru Granth Sahib highlights the significance of meditation, singing His Glory in renunciation in memory, obeying the teachings of His Word; adopt the essence of His Word. Aware of two dominating forces Shiv and Shakti to monitor the sincerity of His True devotee. * Gurbani has 3748 Sabhad; each Gurbani Sabhad has only one unique message to adopt in day-to-day life to sanctify your soul to become Worthy of His Consideration. * Gurbani has 581 Saloks that contains questions asked by ancient saint and enlightened with their comprehension of His Nature. Each Shabhad carries 4 messages; 1. Highlight wrong path taken by human with intoxication of sweet poison of worldly wealth; 2. Preachers conveys that message and convince innocents with worldly logic as the right path. 3. Singing His Glory in renunciation in the memory of separation from His Holy Spirit; however, ignorant sings the glory of His Slave, ancient saint. 4. Most significant message is hidden that must be adopted to be bestowed with His Blessed Vision, the right path of acceptance in His Court. Guru Arjan Dev Ji, 5th guru had compiled the life experience of 25 Prophets from various religions and different time periods. The steek of spiritual message of Guru Granth Sahib Ji! Guru Granth Sahib has been compiled in in 31 Raags - Chapters. Each raag compiles the teachings, Nanak Dev Ji; Angad Dev Ji; Amar Das Ji; Ram Das Ji: Arjan Dev Ji; Ancient saints Kabeer Ji, Jay Dev, Nama Dev; Ravi Das Ji and followed sequence with His Imagination. 5 Sikhs Gurus have spreaded the same message-initiated by Nanak Ji. The purpose of steek of Guru Granth Sahib in Punjabi and English combined in one book is to guide new generation who may not be able to read Punjabi; may be enlightened with path, blessed souls adopted to be sanctified and to be on the right path of salvation, acceptance in His Court.

About the Author

Bhag Singh is engineer who studied in India and in The Unites States of America. He has 40 years professional experience in field of Engineering. He belongs to a long list of Sikh devotees dating back to Lakhi Nakaya who honored 9th Sikh guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur ji by cremating his corpse by setting his own house on fire. His journey started with his grandfather Tara Singh Bhullar who was very close to him. He was well known for his struggle for independence of India. He was the president of the congress party of district Lahore. He was a keen devotee of Sikh Teachings. He was my guide to inspire me to accompany him in visit to Sikh shrines like Golden Temple and others. However, he took a different route in 1994 after the death of his wife Rajwant Kaur Bhullar-Chattha. He was disappointed from religious practice in USA. He studied and analyzed various religious Holy Scriptures like The Torah, The New Bible, Buddha, and Hindu Holy Scripture for 3 years. All scriptures were pointing to similar thoughts his great grandfather Arjan Singh instilled in him. In 1997, he started reading and analyzing The Guru Granth Sahib to create spiritual meanings in Punjabi and English translation to share with new generation. By His grace! The spiritual meanings of The Sikh Holy Scripture were completed in 2017 in punjabi. Reading these spiritual meanings, he compiled Shabad, key dialogues that brought new light and a guide to overcome worldly rituals, suspicions created by worldly religions, religious greed. He had published following books: • The Sikh Holy Scripture Teachings for Mankind. • Guru Granth Sahib – Steek - Total 8 Volumes. • Treasure of Sikhism – Ambrosial Gutka