Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji
Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji E-library has been created with the approval and personal blessings of Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji. You can easily access the wealth of teaching, learning and research materials on Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji E-library online, which until now have only been available to a handful of scholars and researchers.
This new Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji E-library allows school children, students, researchers and armchair scholars anywhere in the world at any time to study and learn from the original documents.
As well as opening access to our historical pieces of world heritage, digitisation ensures the long-term protection and conservation of these fragile treasures.
This is a significant milestone in the development of the Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji E-Library, but it is just a first step on a long road.
In order to continue conserving, digitising and publishing our numerous literature online, we are asking for your support and involvement.
Please join with us in this remarkable transformation of the Library. You can share your books, magazines, pamphlets, photos, music, videos etc. This will ensure they are preserved for generations to come. Each item will be fully acknowledged.
Digitising our treasures is an ambitious undertaking. Every page, every object, must be photographed individually and with great care. The whole photographic process including lighting, colour temperature, and environmental controls must all be precisely regulated. Post processing is also done with meticulous care including orientation, de-skewing, sizing and finally quality control to ensure the documents reflect the true state of the originals.
To continue this work, we need your help
Your generous contribution and help will ensure that an ever-growing number of the Library's collections are conserved and digitised, and are made available to students, scholars, and readers the world over. The E-Library collection is growing day by day and some rare and priceless books/magazines/manuscripts and other items have already been digitised.
For further information about the process or your contribution - please contact