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Description It is a book about ways and means which lead to self-realization and communion with God. The author believes that human ego is the greatest obstacle in self-realization and its elimination leads to complete enlightenment and bliss. Bookish knowledge of scriptures alone is of no avail. Self-analysis and complete surrender before God leads to the communion with the Divine.[edit]
Keywords Rabh Kidan Milda Hai ?, Joginder Singh Sethi, Sikh Philosophy, Sikh Principle, Gurbani, Naam Simran, Gurmukh, Manmukh, Akh, Kan, Man, SadhSangat, Shabad, Kirtan, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000101
Author Joginder Singh
Year 1988
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Guru Tegh Bahudar Naam Simran
Custodian Joginder Singh, Bombay
Length 18.0
Breadth 12.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         86
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