Top Gurmukhi to English Sikhism Devotional Reading Resources

Must Have Sikh Prayer Books

The hymns of Sikhism prayerbooks are written in the Gurmukhi script, used for the divine poetic language of Gurbani. Top Sikhism Prayer books with Roman characters and English translations are a helpful aid for learning to read and understand Sikhism prayers. These top Gurmukhi to English devotional reading gutka prayer books make a great addition to home and school libraries.

Do It yourself with Illustrated DIY step by instructions make it easy to stitch a cloth cover and protective pouch for Sikhism prayer books. Baby's first prayerbook with protective pouch is easy to sew and helps introduce baby to Sikhism symbols.

"Sacred Nitnem" With Velour Hardcover and Printed Cardboard Slip Cover. Photo © [S Khalsa]

The five prayers of the Nitnem, are required reading for every Sikh on a daily basis. If you are learning to read Gurbani, you won't want to be without this top reference book. "Sacred Nitnem" offers both Gurmukhi and Romanized phonetic spellings, with English translations, and insights into meanings of the five daily Sikh prayers. Sikhism daily prayer books in Gurmukhi and English are a must have for home and school libraries. More »

"Sacred Sukhmani" Hardbound Velor Edition and Printed Cardboard Slip Cover. Photo © [S Khalsa]
Sukhmani has the capability of inducing calm, serenity and equipoise when reading or reciting it's sublime passages. If you are learning to read Gurbani, you won't want to be without this top reference book. "Sacred Sukhmani" offers both Gurmukhi and Romanized phonetic spellings, with English translations, and insights into meanings. More »

DIY Baby's First Prayerbook With Sikhism Theme Illustrated Instructions

DIY Baby's First Prayerbook
DIY Baby's First Prayerbook. Photo © [S Khalsa]

A baby prayerbook with Sikhism themes is a great way to introduce your infant or toddler to a hands on experience of learning about Sikhism. Looking at the prayerbook regularly helps to prepare baby for reading Nitnem, required prayers, in later life.

Baby is new to the world and will love this prayerbook and protective pouch that you can make yourself.  It's pretty easy to stitch even if you are new to sewing, just follow the step by step illustrated instructions. Busy with baby? Don't worry, you can make one page at a time and add to the prayerbook as baby grows. Once you've made the first page you'll be an expert.

DIY Prayer Book Cover and Pouch Illustrated Instructions

Sikh Prayer Book With Cover in Pothi Pouch
Sikh Prayer Book With Cover in Pothi Pouch. Photo © [S Khalsa]

A prayer book cover is a respectful way to keep the outer cover of Sikhism prayer books and hymnals protected and clean. A cloth prayer book cover for your Nitnem gutka or Amrit Kirtan hymnal, or other Gurbani pothi, is easy to make. Just follow easy step by step illustrated instructions to stitch a DYI Sikh prayerbook cover and prayerbook pothi pouch.

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Khalsa, Sukhmandir. "Top Gurmukhi to English Sikhism Devotional Reading Resources." ThoughtCo, Aug. 22, 2016, thoughtco.com/gurmukhi-to-english-sikhism-resources-2993535. Khalsa, Sukhmandir. (2016, August 22). Top Gurmukhi to English Sikhism Devotional Reading Resources. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/gurmukhi-to-english-sikhism-resources-2993535 Khalsa, Sukhmandir. "Top Gurmukhi to English Sikhism Devotional Reading Resources." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/gurmukhi-to-english-sikhism-resources-2993535 (accessed November 17, 2017).