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Gyan Ratnawali Baran Bhai Gurdas Ji

Description The monumental four volume commentary (Teeka) on the forty one vars (ballads) of Bhai Gurdas elucidates and explains both letter and spirit of these vars. These vars highlight diverse aspects of human life including spiritual, temporal, behavioral, acceptance of divine will, and communication between the Divine and the human. Each verse guides the devotee to mould his life according to teachings of Guru Granth Sahib. The commentary written in easy-to-read prose gives a lucid explanation of each concept and inspires the reader to be fully conversant with the Gurmat philosophy and way of life and imbibe those values. It is informative, instructive and appealing. The diction adopted is without any theological jargon and communicative.[edit]
Keywords Onkar, Adi Purakh, Amrit vela, Satgur, Sadh, Sadh Sangat, Satjug, Kudrat, Gursikh, Gurmukh, Arjan Guru, Manmukh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001177
Author Narayan Singh Giani, Bhai
Year 1914
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bhai Rala Singh and Sons
Custodian Gurtej Singh, Ex. IAS
Length 24.0
Breadth 15.5
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         764
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