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Title Khalsa Panth Nu Haloona Te Jodari
Description This brief treatise expresses the deep concern of a devout practicing Sikh about the lack of spiritual, moral and religious values among modern followers of Sikhism in general and the Sikh youth in particular. The author regrets the sense of spiritual vacuum and depression in the hearts of modern generation due to the influence of excessive materialism and lack of proper religious preaching among the Sikhs. The treatise also makes an earnest appeal to several Sikh institutions to publish and freely distribute the quality literature on Gurmat among the Sikh masses. It gives an exhaustive list of topics on Sikh religion and its philosophy which need to be documented and made accessible to the Sikh masses. It is a fine specimen of religious tract which is likely to have a significant impact on the reader. It reflects the author's knowledge of Sikh Theology and his reformative zeal
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