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A Study of the Guru Granth Sahib by J. S. Grewal

This book analyses the compositions of the Gurus in terms of their awareness of contemporary social order, polity and religious traditions. It discusses the conception of liberation-in-life in relation to their concept of God. The author shows that the Gurus reflect on the emergence of the Sikh Panth as a new social organisation, and its role in universal redemption.

 

Contents:

Section 1 - Social Awareness

Social Order

Polity and Politics

The Brahmanical Tradition

The Ascetical Tradition

The Islamic Tradition

 

Section 2 - Conception of God

Unity, Power and Grace

The Guru

Shabad-Bani

Nam

 

Section 3 - Conception of Liberation

Maya, Mamta and Haumai

The Sikh

Congregational Worship

Ardas

Liberation-in-Life

The Bani of Guru Tegh Bahadur

 

Section 4 - The Emerging Panth

Guru Nanak: The Beginning

Guru Angad: Extension

Guru Amar Das: Emphasis on Distinction

Guru Ram Das: The House of Guru Nanak

Guru Arjan: Halemi Raj

 

Section 5 - The Structure of the Guru Granth Sahib

The Basic Arrangement

The Bhagat Bani

Compositions Other than Gurbani and Bhagat Bani

Promotion of Halemi Raj

 

Section 6 - The Guru Eternal

Early History

The Guru Granth in Relation to the Guru Panth

The Case of the Dasam Granth

Dialogue with Others

 

Section 7 - Thus Speaks the Guru

Japuji

So-Dar

So-Purkh

Sohila

Asa di Var

Anand

Lavan

Sukhmani

A Study of the Guru Granth Sahib by J. S. Grewal

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  • Format: Hardback

    Publisher: Singh Brothers

    Publication Date: 2009

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