"Janamsakhi" is a biographical tale of Guru Nanak's whole life. This collection of articles based on the papers presented by scholars and historians evaluates the Janamsakhi text from its historical, spiritual, devotional, literary and linguistic aspects. These scholars believe that this work, besides being one of the primary sources of Sikh history and literature, portrays Guru Nanak as a divine prophet, a social reformer and a philosopher thinker par excellence. It is also one of the finest specimens of Punjabi language and literature. Its narration also initiated a new literary genre in Punjabi literature. Above all, it is the devotional stance of its writer which appeals to millions of its readers who believe in the divinity of Guru Nanak. Each paper is of a highly scholarly merit and critical evaluation.