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The Eternal Bliss - Book By Gurbachan Singh Makin
The Eternal Bliss brings out clearly the philosophy of one's Ideal of life as visualized by Guru Amar Das and enjoined upon all Sikhs, in attaining Eternal Bliss in life in the form of a unison with the Lord.
It includes the complete translation of Anand Sahi in sequence, followed by a central theme of each stanza alongwith its philosophy quotations from Guru Granth Sahib. The Figures in brackets given under various hymns indicate the page numbers from the Guru Granth Sahib, so that one could refer to the complete hymn,
This book on "The Eternal Bliss" or "The Ideal of Life) has been written with the explicit idea of developing the Sikh thought on an "Ideal of life" as Guru Arjan Dev has remarked.
"raj na, chahun mukat na chahun
man preet charan Kamalarai".
Which means I seek not worldly empires or even salvation but the Lord's True Love and a place at His lotus feet, "which Guru Amar Das has brought out beautifully in Anand Sahib shown in Part II which is to be read daily as a part of Morning Sikh Prayers. No function can be considered complete, whether of joy or sorrow (birth, marriage or death) if it is not accompained by a recitation of Anand Sahib before the Ardas (Prayer) Thus the Ideal of life is the attainment of Eternal Bliss. Furthermore, Part I, gives some salient features of Japji, the main composition of Guru Nanak Dev, which explains beautifully, the ideal of life, resulting in the attainment of Eternal Bliss.
Infact, no discussion or discourse could be considered complete without referring to the first composition, Japji by Guru Nanak Dev as it deals with the basic philosophy of life or attainment of Eternal Bliss.
Having published his earlier books Philosophy of Sikh Gurus, & The Universal Message of Guru Granth SahibVol. I and a complete Translation of Sri Granth Sahib in five volumes, entitled The Essence of Sri Granth Sahib, an attempt has been made by the author to bring out the Philosophy of Guru Amar Das as revealed through Anand Sahib
This is an experience, explained by the Guru Himself, having realized the bliss of attaining the Lord, which the Sikhs have been directed to follow.
(Basis & Meaning of Bliss)
|The Eternal Bliss : Anand Sahib||67-70|
|Chapter-1 : Philosophy of Anand Sahib||71-75|
|Chapter-2 : Anand Sahib : Translation and Central Theme.||76-105|
|Chapter-3 : The Guru's Version : Hymns from Guru Granth Sahib||106-116|
|Chapter-4 : Ideal of life - The State of Equipoise : Sahaj||
|Author||Gurbachan Singh Makin|
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