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Jaap Sahib is the morning prayer of the Sikhs. The Prayer or Bani was complied by the tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh. This Bani is one of 5 Banis that the Baptised Sikh must recite everyday. The Jaap Sahib is the first Bani of the Dasam Granth, which is the second most holy book of the Sikhs and which was compiled entirely by the tenth master.


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See also Bani, SGGS, Japji Sahib


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Jaap Sahib - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (5157 words)
Jaap Sahib is the morning prayer of the Sikhs.
The Jaap Sahib is the first Bani of the Dasam Granth, which is the second most holy book of the Sikhs and which was compiled entirely by the tenth master.
Jaap Sahib is a rhythmic hymn composed like a necklace with pearls and gems beauteously arranged around a string: the string is the Supreme God; the pearls and gems are His attributes, excellences, and glories.
SAT NIRMAL KAUR KHALSA: Jaap Sahib (539 words)
The Jaap Sahib was composed by Guru Gobind Singh (the 10th and last Sikh Master) in 1685 at the age of 19.
Jaap means to utter or chant, and Guru Gobind Singh's Jaap Sahib is comprised of 199 verses, containing 950 descriptive names of the Formless Divine Being.
Ajai Alai is contained in the Jaap Sahib as the 2nd to last section and is added as a separate track on this CD for a special 11 minute meditation.
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