Japji Sahib – The Church Organ song from album Japji Sahib – The Church Organ By Daler Mehndi

‘The Japji Sahib’ by Daler Mehndi features the soulful musical rendition of the ecclesiastical/sacred Bani ‘Japji Sahib’.  The eternal prayer ‘Japji Sahib’ was authored by Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

‘The Japji Sahib’ is a vibrational experience & its sound current offers a deep meditative space & transforms consciousness. Its soulful music resonates with a healing embrace & reconnects you with your infinite essence. . The eternal words increase the energy frequency and bring the listener into the higher realms of peace & unconditional Love. With its power to break through all negativities and blockages, ‘The Japji Sahib’ exalts the positive outlook.

The eternal prayer ‘Japji Sahib’ was authored by Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Elaborating the evolution of the Being, these 38 “Pauris” or verses have for the first time been sung, & touches the 31 ragas of the Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Commune with Divine through ‘The JapJi Sahib’ and experience the ultimate bliss & happiness.

 

Japji Sahib is a devotional song or sacred chant composed by Guru Nanak Dev which is now followed and practiced by every Sikh all over world. Japji Sahib is a recitation or a daily bani of the Sikhs

 

Credits :

Year of Release : 2016

Path : Japji Sahib Ji (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji)

Artist : Daler Mehndi

Composer : Daler Mehndi

Lyricist : Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji (Sikh 1st Guru)

Label : DRecords

 

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