Siri Guru Granth Sahib

Siri Guru Granth Sahib - Ewig lebende Guru
Waho Waho Bani Nirankar Hai     (SGGS, Ang 515)
Pothi Parmesar Ka Thaan     (SGGS, Ang 1226)
Bani Guru, Guru Hai Bani     (SGGS, Ang 982)

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Siri Guru Granth Sahib - Gurmukhi

Siri Guru Granth Sahib - Gurmukhi/Englisch


Anmerkung: Die übersetzte englische Version des Siri Guru Granth Sahib von Sant Singh &(Kulbir Thind) hat auf Ang 816, Ang 927 und Ang 1201 bezüglich der vier Segnungen Gottes, der vier Purusharthas - einen Übersetzungsfehler. Kam - Wunscherfüllung wird in der englischen Version inkorrekt übersetzt und interpretiert.

Die vier Purusharthas - die vier Segnungen Gottes sind:
1. Dharam - Rechtschaffenheit
2. Arth - Wohlstand
3. Kam - Wunscherfüllung
4. Mokh - Befreiung

Note: The english translated version of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib by Sant Singh & (Kulbir Thind) has on Ang 816, Ang 927 and Ang 1201 regarding the four blessings of the Lord - the four Purusharthas a translation mistake. Kam means fulfillment of desire - but it is incorrectly translated and interpreted in the english version.

The four Purusharthas - the four blessings of the Lord are:
1. Dharam - righteousness
2. Arth - wealth
3. Kam - fulfillment of desire
4. Mokh - liberation

Please note that the translation mistake of "Kam" is to be found on "all available Apps" e.g. igranth, isearchgurbani, as well on websites of,,

Siri Guru Granth Sahib - The Eternal living Guru

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Sahib had passed on His whole Potency to Sri Guru Angad Sahib. Sri Guru Angad Sahib passes on the same to Sri Guru Amar Das Ji and so on. Tenth Nanak (Sri Guru Gobind Singh) passes on the same Potency to Siri Guru Granth Sahib in terms of Eternity. There is no distinction between Potency and the Possessor thereof. Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the same Jaagdi Jot - Jot Roop Har Guru Nanak. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib are inseparable from Siri Guru Granth Sahib and exist in Siri Guru Granth Sahib in their fullness. That is why Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib declares that He permanently abides and dwells in Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Every Hymn of Siri Guru Granth Sahib is surcharged and pervaded with Divine fragrance, glow and eternal presence of our beloved Lord Guru Nanak. Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal Embodiment of the whole Shakti, Divine Wisdom, Love, Humility, Holiness and Divinity of all the Ten Manifestations of Guru Nanak Dev.

And this is how this Sovereign Power of Siri Guru Granth Sahib is addressed to:

Dasoon Patshahion Ke Saroop,
Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj,
Hazara Hazoor, Jahra Jahoor,
Kalyug Ke Bohit,
Nam Ke Jahaj,
Halat Palat Ke Rakhiak,
Lok Parlok Ke Sahayak,
Dasaan Patshahian Di Hazar Nazar Jaagdi Jot,
Sahib Ji De Path Darshan Da Dhian Dhar Ke
Bolo Ji Sri Waheguru

Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Celestial Ship of the Divine Name (Waheguru). Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Protector, the Saviour in this world and the worlds hereafter. Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal Guru, Jaagdi Jot. Is the Illuminator and the Divine Sustainer of the whole Universe. Siri Guru Granth Sahib is an Ocean of Nectar and a drop of this Nectar is enough for emancipation.

Eh Jeonda, Jaagda, Bolda Guru Nanak Hai

Highly blessed are the souls who sail in this Celestial and Divine Ship (Siri Guru Granth Sahib). It is a ‘Voyage Divine’, through the most dreadful Ocean of Mortality in this Dark Age (Kaliyuga). It is a wonderful long journey in the perpetual Holy company of our most Beloved Satguru. Wonder of wonders is that Guru Nanak Dev is all the time at our side and never leaves us stranded for a moment. Guru Nanak Dev is our Rescuer and our Saviour. As Holy Guru Granth Sahib is a Divine Ship one can easily cross this terrible ocean of illusion and mortality by hearing, by singing (Holy Kirtan), by reciting the Divine Name (Waheguru) and Glories of the Lord through the Hymns of the Lord Himself.

Amrit Bani (Gurbani) was the Guru from the very beginning, Sri Guru Nanak Sahib illuminated the world through Gurbani.

The same Divine Jot continued the process of illumination through Gurbani in the Luminous Form of Sri Guru Angad Sahib. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib continued the Divine process through Sri Guru Amar Das Ji and so on. Illumination continues unabated-through the same Gurbani from Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

The Form of Siri Guru Granth Sahib changes with the stage of the disciple. It varies with the level of love.

God is Love and Love is God. In His Great Udasis Sri Guru Nanak Sahib reaches out, in Love, to the worst sinners like Kauda the Rakshas, Sajan the Murderer, Bhooma the Dacoit, the Lepers and the downtrodden and saves them. Eternal manifestation of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib, Siri Guru Granth Sahib is Love and Love is Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Siri Guru Granth Sahib is Cosmic Love and reaches out to all those who seek solace and healing balm of the Great Emancipator. Healing and Soothing Love of Siri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib reaches out to the thirsty and wounded enemy, it reaches out to the whole Humanity without distinction and discrimination. Love of Guru Gobind Singh Ji is All-Embracing and Universal. All Glory to Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib who infused the whole of His Potentiality in the Eternal Manifestation, The Eternal Guru Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

Gurbani is surcharged with all the spiritual power of the Divine/Gurus as they had infused their whole Divine strength there in. Each and every Hymn stands fully surcharged with the Eternal Glory of the Divine Name.

Tenth Guru Nanak permanently resides and dwells in Siri Guru Granth Sahib and blessed indeed is the devotee to whom He so reveals Himself.
(Baba Narinder Singh Ji)

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib was a Spiritual Lion, Upholder of Truth, Saviour of the righteous and Destroyer of the unrighteous. He was Bestower of the Nectar of Immortality, Elixir of Life Eternal. Most gracious and compassionate Guru was Bestower of the rare boon of martyrdom and was Himself Exemplar Supreme of total sacrifice of everything nearest and dearest. He was Repository of all divine and human virtues and a Performer of the most wondrous deeds in human garb which being beyond human endeavour are only possible by the Lord Himself. To the Lovers, Guru Gobind Singh Ji is the Supreme Ideal of Tapasya, of meditation when envisioned absorbed in deep and long meditation at Hemkunt Sahib. He is the Supreme Ideal of Renunciation and Sacrifice as He sacrifices every thing and every one nearest and dearest for the sake of Truth. He is the Supreme Ideal of Brahm Vichar, Divine knowledge as the Great Author of Jaap Sahib, Bachitar Natak and of an ocean of life giving Nectar (Bani). He is the Supreme Ideal of Divine Love Himself, being the perfect Embodiment and Personification of His Great Proclamation.

Saach Kaho Sun Laiho Sabhai
Jin Prema Kio Tin Hi Prabh Payio
Guru Gobind Singh Ji
He is an Ideal Warrior, an Ideal Sample of Divine Perfection and Repository of all Divine Excellences. He is an Ideal Divine for all contemplation and meditation.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji cast the Khalsa in the image of the Divine and manifested the Divine in the image of the Khalsa. He had refashioned the Sadh Sangat into Khalsa on the auspicious day of Baisakhi.

This Great Religion rests on a unique foundation built up brick by brick, each brick signifying the Grand Majesty of a unique Sacrifice and Martyrdom. Bricks cruely arranged to brick alive the minor sons of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib render Eternal Glory to this Unique Foundation. This brick by brick foundation has been cemented by the holy martyrdom blood of the Saviour Gurus themselves because only on such a peerless and matchless purity and humility rests the Divine Throne of Guru Nanak Dev - Holy Guru Granth Sahib, Purer than Purity itself.

We should pray from the core of our heart and seek Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib's unbounded grace to enable us to cultivate in us the great virtues and ideals set out by Him in His holy commandments and to become worthy of His holy mould and sacred cast that is Khalsa.

O, My Lord, you are approachable only by true love and then you start feeding the true aspirant with the Nectar of Divine Love yourself. O, my Beloved Satguru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, you hold the Mighty Power, the Bhagauti, in your Right Hand and control everything. You lead, bless and guide your lovers on the Royal Path of Divine Love, Prema. Without your blessings and guidance it is not possible to tread the path of Truth, Love and Righteousness. O, my Beloved and Great Guru, you, out of mercy, had shown the Great Path and pray now lead us lest we go astray.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the Great World Teacher, is the Enlightener of the World. He is Cosmic Light - Light of the Universe. Khalsa enshrines this Cosmic Light in the Holy Folds of his own All Pure ATAM and always recites Guru's Divine Name (Waheguru) with the holy lips of his Ever Glowing JOT. (Excerpt: Eternal Glory)

Guru Gobind Singh überträgt die Guruschaft (Gurgadi)
auf den Guru Granth Sahib - "Guru Maneo Granth"

In der Gegenwart der folgenden fünf Geliebten (Panj Pyare) hat Guru Gobind Singh den Siri Guru Granth Sahib zum Ewigen Guru 1708 in Nanded (Maharasthra) ernannt.

Er (Sri Guru Gobind Singh) öffnete den Granth Sahib, legte 5 Paise hin und verneigte sich vor ihm feierlich als seinen Nachfolger. Während er Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh sagte, ging er um den Guru Granth Sahib herum und verkündete:

Auf den Willen des Unsterblichen Einen Gottes wurde der Panth kreiert. Alle Sikhs werden dazu aufgefordert, den Granth als ihren Guru zu akzeptieren. Betrachtet den Guru Granth als die Verkörperung der Gurus. Diejenigen, die Gott treffen möchten, können ihn in seinen Hymnen finden. Die Khalsa möge regieren und ihre Gegner werden nicht weiter bestehen. Die, die getrennt waren, werden sich vereinigen und alle Gläubigen werden gerettet (beschützt).

Was bedeutet, die Opponenten werden nicht weiterbestehen? Diejenigen, die gegen Rechtschaffenheit, Wahrheit, Frieden, Freiheit und Toleranz auf Erden waren und auch diejenigen, die gegen die Sikh Religion kämpften, werden von Gott selbst - zu Freunden und Unterstützern transformiert. Bedeutet Raj Karega Khalsa, dass dann alle Sikhs sein sollen? Nein - die Vielfalt der Menschen und Religionen auf Erden ist Gottes grösste Freude und sein Wille (Hukam). Der Khalsa ist der Freund aller und hat sich seit der Gründung des Khalsa Panth für Rechtschaffenheit, Wahrheit, Religionsfreiheit, Selbstbestimmung, Würde und für die Menschenrechte aller eingesetzt.

He (Sri Guru Gobind Singh) then opened the Granth Sahib, placed five paise and solemnly bowed to it as his successor. Saying Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh, he walked around the Guru Granth Sahib and proclaimed:

Under orders of the Immortal Being, the Panth was created. All the Sikhs are enjoined to accept the Granth as their Guru. Consider the Guru Granth as embodiment of the Gurus. Those who want to meet God, can find Him in its Hymns. The Khalsa shall rule, and its opponents will be no more, Those separated will unite and all the devotees shall be saved.

Verfasser des Siri Guru Granth Sahib - Contributors of Siri Guru Granth Sahib


Anmerkung: Laut Siri Guru Granth Sahib Academy soll der sechste Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib, die Melodien zu 9 von 22 Vars hinzugefügt haben.



  • 01. Bhatt Kal - 47.5 Swaiya
  • 02. Bhatt Kal Sahar - 5.5 Swaiya
  • 03. Bhatt Tal - 1 Swaiya
  • 04. Bhatt Jalap - 4 Swaiya
  • 05. Bhatt Jal - 1 Swaiya
  • 06. Bhatt Kirat - 8 Swaiya
  • 07. Bhatt Bhikha - 2 Swaiya
  • 08. Bhatt Sal - 3 Swaiya
  • 09. Bhatt Bhal - 1 Swaiya
  • 10. Bhatt Nal - 6 Swaiya
  • 11. Bhatt Das - 7 Swaiya
  • 12. Bhatt Jelan - 1 Swaiya
  • 13. Bhatt Ganga - 5 Swaiya
  • 14. Bhatt Gayand - 8 Swaiya
  • 15. Bhatt Mathra - 14 Swaiya
  • 16. Bhatt Bal - 5 Swaiya
  • 17. Bhatt Harbans - 2 Swaiya


  • 01. Bhagat Beni - 3 Kompositionen in 3 verschiedenen Raags
  • 02. Bhagat Bheekan - 2 Hymnen in 1 Raag
  • 03. Bhagat Dhanna - 4 Kompositionen in 2 verschiedenen Raags
  • 04. Bhagat Fareed - 134 Kompostionen in 2 verschiedenen Raags
  • 05. Bhagat Jaidev - 2 Kompostionen in 2 verschiedenen Raags
  • 06. Bhagat Kabeer - 541 Kompositionen in 17 verschiedenen Raags
  • 07. Bhagat Namdev - 60 Kompositionen in 18 verschiedenen Raags
  • 08. Bhagat Parmanand - 1 Hymne in 1 Raag
  • 09. Bhagat Peepa - 1 Hymne in 1 Raag
  • 10. Bhagat Ramanand - 1 Hymne in 1 Raag
  • 11. Bhagat Ravidas - 41 Kompositionen in 16 verschiedenen Raags
  • 12. Bhagat Sadhna - 1 Hymne in 1 Raag
  • 13. Bhagat Sain - 1 Hymne in 1 Raag
  • 14. Bhagat Surdas - 1 Vers in 1 Raag
  • 15. Bhagat Trilochan - 4 Kompositionen in 3 verschiedenen Raags

Raj Karega Khalsa
ਰਾਜ ਕਰੇਗਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ

Dohra - Sri Guru Gobind Singh
Kirtan: Bhai Harjinder Singh Srinagar Wale

Jaagdi Jot - Living Light
Shabad Guru

Katha: Guru Maneo Granth von
Bhai Kuljeet Singh (Sikh2Inspire, UK)

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