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Nirankari Gurmat Sandesh

Description This monthly issue of the Nirankari Sikh Sect contains articles on the teachings and message of the founders of this reformist Sikh sect. This issue dedicated to the tercentenary anniversary of Guru Gobind's birth highlights the tenth Sikh Guru's concept of God as a formless cosmic energy which manifests itself in several forms. This concept tallies with the Nirankaris concept of god as well. Many of the religious reforms initiated by the Nirankari founders have been accepted and included in the Sikh Code of Conduct. The main article dwells on the personality and vision of Guru Gobind Singh and relevance of Nirankari philosophy[edit]
Keywords Guru Gobind Singh, Shere-Punjab, Nirankari, Sahib Darbara Singh, Sahib Rattan Chand, Rawalpindi, Onkar, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000765
Author Mohan
Year 1967
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Nirankari Darbar Chandigarh, Sec 21.
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 23.5
Breadth 15.3
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         26
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