Jagtej Singh is a Research Associate at the Sikh Research Institute. He holds a Master’s degree from IISM, Mumbai. He serves as the Dictionary Lead for The Guru Granth Sahib Project.
He holds a Master’s degree from IISM, Mumbai. He serves as the Dictionary Lead for The Guru Granth Sahib Project. Earlier, he worked with AWAT (A Word A Thought) organization, where he worked as a Researcher and also helped to design social media posts. The 2020 pandemic period facilitated the shift of his strong passion for sports to Gurbani and inspired him further to explore his interest in Sikh history and Bani. He believes this will allow him to follow the three main pillars of Sikhi: Nam Japo, Kirt Karo, and Vand Chako.
He currently resides in Panjab, India.
While reading the Guru Granth Sahib, we encounter various stanza structures within a Sabad, often indicated through corresponding titles on the Sabad. This diversity in stanza structures arises due to variations in the number of lines in the stanzas.
While reading the Guru Granth Sahib, we come across various Sabad structures and forms. Some small and others long. Some have two stanzas, others three, four, or more. What do these different stanzas tell us about a Sabad or its structure?