The “New” Japji Cards

Our new “2nd Edition” Japji Cards are now available! They are ideal for individual pauree recitations and taking a “hukam” of the day. These new cards feature Gurmukhi, English transliteration and translation, a new beautiful design, larger cards and a lovely box.

The Book

Guru Nanak’s Call of the Soul: Japji Sahib, shares the miraculous wonder of Japji Sahib, includes teachings of Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan and is highlighted with kriyas and meditations. Now available in Spanish as an e-book, which can be purchased and downloaded from


We have new nitnems for use for your daily Japji recitation.  Let us know if you are interested in purchasing nitnems on a wholesale basis for your gurdwara or yoga center.

The App

Use our Japji for the Aquarian Age App as a tool to learn or read along when you recite Japji. You can choose to read the Japji text in Gurmukhi, the English transliteration or the English translation. There are 3 audio recitations at different speeds to choose from. There is also an “1 lx repetition” feature, in case you are practicing the recitation of individual paurees. As an added bonus, the Aquarian Sadhana Mantras are provided in Gurmukhi, transliteration and translated form. This app is available for both iPhones and Androids.

Japji Sahib is Sacred

Recitation of Japji Sahib and any of the banis or kirtan from any portion of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh scripture, is considered sacred and the proper protocol is to cover your head when reciting. Any materials with the written words from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib are considered sacred and the proper protocol is to treat them respectfully. For example, never place them directly on the floor and cover nitnems (prayer books) when possible.


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