Author: Guru Nanak
A Muslim musician , called Mardana , often went with him , and set his poems to tunes that could be sung easily . A large part of the Guru Granth Sahib is made up of Guru Nanak's poems , or hymns . Guru Nanak took a piece of bread from ...
Author: Anita Ganeri
Publisher: Evans Brothers
In this context, J.S. Grewal aptly remarks: 'The use of the epithet Nanak by the successors of Guru Nanak in their compositions is no mere ... By providing this tie, the signatures in bhakti poems communicate more than authorship.
Author: Pashaura Singh
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Transliteration of the Guru Granth Sahib into Devnagari script. ... Sri Guru Granth Sahib discovered: A reference book of quotations from the Adi Granth. ... Breath by breath Guru Arjan: Poems from the Adi Granth.
Author: Rajwant Singh Chilana
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
It is interesting to note that some topics taken up by Kabir bear similarity with Guru - Bani compositions . ... It is stated that the 1604 recension of Kabir's poems , as included in the Guru Granth Sahib , is very authentic and is ...
One who does not give threats to anyone, nor accepts threats from others;Nanak's statement: Listen, O mind!
Author: Sikh Research Institute
Regarding the unique nature of Guru Granth Sahib, Harbans Singh says that šGuru Granth Sahib brings to a point of ... which the poems were sung; secondly, on the nature of the metre of the poems themselves; thirdly, on their authorship; ...
Author: Dr. Jaspal Singh
Publisher: K.K. Publications
sahib, religious scholars, songs, poems and poets shall also depart. The celibate, truthful and detached hermits are all subject to death. The sages, the Yogis and the nude saints, and the devil of death, all will die.
Author: Swarn Singh Bains
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Its Arrangement The order of the compositions compiled in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib is as under : 1 ) Compositions ... 2 ) Raga - wise compositions of each Guru , beginning with couplets , quatrains and longer poems and vars ( ballads ) ...
Author: Gobind Singh Mansukhani