It is not uncommon to have doubts or questions in mind as one reads Gurbani or listens to a Gurbani rendering. Apart from the literal meaning of the words, it is more often the essence of a Shabad or a particular verse that causes dilema as it appears to be not in tune with some other Shabad. Even being fully convinced of limited ability to fully comprehend the divine composition, one allows mind to question the apparent contradictions treating it as claim of a Child to ask questions from his Father. The doubts get cleared a number of times after rehearsing and re-rehearsing in mind , but on many points they do persist due to inadequacy of human understanding. The confusion confronts much more the younger generations and those who have no exposure to Gurbani in original script. This book is a genuine and commendable attempt to clear conflicts and cobwebs in mind . While explaining the simple meaning as well as the essence of each 'Pauri' , author shares with the readers his views as to why interpretation by a particular Scholar or Tikakar has been followed in the book. This has been done by referring to the mystical, spiritual, religious, historical and social context. The style is participatory, the reader feels drawn in discussion and encouraged, as if, to add his own interpretation. I wish the book reaches the maximum number of followers and seekers of way to God.