We have a Gurudwar in our city. We go there sometimes on wednesdays or on sundays. The Bhajans are so melodious and they are followed by a discourse in Punjabi. Being well versed in Hindi, we are able to grasp a little of the wonderful Bhajans. The Divine Name is extolled immensely in these bhajans and one should listen to them to understand the depth and sublime meaning. First time I heard these bhajans, I was transported into a different realm altogether ! Recently I again went, and I was motivated to learn Gurumukhi (I can read now, will need to practice), and I was googling for a compilation of some of the bhajans, when I hit upon a treasure-trove or a Gold-mine of these bhajans – Gurumukhi with Phonetic transliteration and english translation – all in one book. I could not ask for better. I then went into Sikh Sangeet website and listened to some of the most wonderful bhajans on the Divine Name.
Please click on the following image to download the Gurbani Kirtan, which are composed by Gurus (Guru Nanak, Guru Arjun Dev, Guru Nyam Dev et al) and refer to it for increasing your Sadhana of Divine Name. (Please be careful if you want to have a printed copy – The printed copy should be venerated like Sri Guru Granth Sahib and kept in prayer room).
Listen to one sample song – Ram Simar Ram Simar ihai tera kaj hai (Lyrics are found on Page# 3683 of this document):
In Service of Lord & Gurudev,