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The Spirit Born People

Description The power of devotion and faith and prayer to the Divine can move mountains. This thesis is illustrated through the miraculous deeds accomplished by spiritually enlightened people. The author calls these people "The Spirit Born People". Such rare human beings are found in every society irrespective of their religion, race and region. The author who himself had glimpses of the Divine has written about a galaxy of several divinely blessed persons belonging to the east and the west.[edit]
Keywords Guru Nanak, Guru Gobind Singh, Lord Buddha, Namdev, Narsee, Kabir, Har Rai, Chaitanya, Lord Gauranga, Carlyle, Goethe, Simran, Asa-di-var, Sukhmani, Consciousness, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001005
Author Puran Singh
Year 1929
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Zorawar Singh Budhiman
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         222
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