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Book - Gurbani Vichar

Gurbani Vichar is a detailed review of the Sikh Holy Book, the Shri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) from a spiritual perspective. It incorporates both Sufi and Hindu thinking where needed and encourages debate. It also covers Sikh history. Over 550 pages of free self-help content.

Ang 844, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Raag Bilaaval

“I have no other spiritual wisdom, meditation or worship; the Name of the Lord alone dwells deep within me. I know nothing about religious robes, pilgrimages or stubborn fanaticism; O Nanak, I hold tight to the Truth.”

This book is compiled by a Bedi clan direct descendant of Guru Nanak from various sources.

The book covers all 10 Guru’s and the 11th eternal living Guru the Shri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) and is as much a book on Guru Gobind as it is on Guru Nanak, reflecting the reality of the Guru’s contributions and the immense respect that the compiler has for all of them (“They shared the One light”, Ang 966). Ultimately the book reflects the Compilers thoughts and questions which are reflected in facts, views and opinions.


The book is a detailed introduction with clear pointers for further reading. It seeks to inspire devotion in its reader. The pictures underscore the tremendous sacrifices that Sikhs have made for Humanity. Practical Checklists for life/happiness can be found in Chapters 22, 34 and Annexure 2.


The book is meant for people of all religions. If you are not an open-minded person, then please do not read it as it is not meant for you. Take what you need from this book.


Please download and save a copy of the book on your PC/Laptop/Tablet. There are too many pictures to read it either online or on your iPhone. Our suggestion is to highlight important points so that you can go back to them later for reference. If you want the Paperback version, you can buy it at cost at the other link below.



  1. PICTORIAL KUNJI to - Download.

  2. Gurbani Vichar has a link to a book on Guru Nanak Ji's Travels in the Middle East which is a separate Download.

  3. Gurbani Vichar has a link to a book on Guru Nanak Ji's Travel in Punjab which is a separate Download

  4. Short book on Baba Sri Chand Ji, elder son of Guru Nanak Ji - Download

  5. The Rehitnama for Sahajdhari (Unbaptized) Sikhs can be read Here.

  6. Working Paper on Post-Religion - A Charter of Religious and Human Values

  7. The author of Gurbani Vichar has written two earlier books which are also free Downloads.

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