Sikh Concept of the Divine
Guru Nanak University, 2002 - Sikhism - 253 pages
On the Sikh concept of divine as enshrined in Japujī, work by Guru Nānak, 1469-1538; contributed papers presented at Seminar on Mūla Mantra, organized by Dept. of Guru Nanak Studies, Guru Nanak Dev University in 1973.
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Absolute according ajuni akal murat(i aspect Atharva Veda attributes avatar believed Bhai Gurdas Brahman called Christian concept consciousness cosmic created creation creative Creator Dasam Granth deity divine doctrine Ek Oamkar Ek Oarhkar essence eternal existence fear finite God's gods grace gur prasad(i gurbani Guru Gobind Singh Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak Dev Guru's Hindu Holy hukam human Ibid immanent Indian infinite interpretation Jap(u karata purakh(u Lao Tzu light Logos Lord manifestation maya means meditation miil miirat(i monotheism mul mantra mystic nam(u nature ndm(u nirankar nirbhau nirguna nirvair(u person philosophy Prajna Punjabi purusa religion Rig Veda sabad sach khand sach(u saibham Sanskrit sat(i says scholars Scripture self-existent sense Shiva Sikh Sikhism Sohan Singh sound spirit suffix Supreme Reality syllable symbol Thou timeless transcendent Truth Ultimate Reality universe Upanishads Vedantic Vedic Vishnu word worship Yahweh