Sundar gutka

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Sundar Gutka is a small book (Gutka) which comprises various essential verses ([Bani]]s) or shabads (sacred verses) from Sri Guru Granth Sahib and other sources which are used to perform the daily recital of the Guru's words (Gurbani). The poetry of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib is held to be worthy of the highest consideration in the Sikh tradition and the reading and singing of the hymns is considered of paramount importance in this era - "Kaljug mah kirtan pardaana" - "in the era of kaljug, kirtan is supreme". Various publishers print the Sundar gutka.

by Damdami Talsal

by Sant Singh Khalsa

Sant Singh Khalsa has done a wonderful job in translating all the Banis (Sikh Daily prayers). All the Banis are in Gurmukhi with translation for Japji Sahib, Shabad Hazaaray, Jaap Sahib, Tav Prasad Sawayyiya & Benti Chaopaee, Anand Sahib, Rehiras, Kirtan Sohila, Ardas and Sukhmani Sahib. There is also transliteration for all the Banis except Ardas and Sukhmani Sahib.