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Paras Bhag

Description This is a Punjabi translation of an ancient Persian text "Kimia-a-Saadat" written by Mohammad Algazali, a tenth century Islamic scholar and Sufi saint. The Sewa Panthi Sect among the Sikhs holds this ancient text in great respect because of its author's valuable views of on ideal human conduct and moral uprightness. The translation has been done in the prevalent hybrid "Sadh Bhasha" which was a medium of preaching in Sewa Panthi shrines. The diction, phraseology, verbs and other grammatical components used in translation are simple and of everyday usage of the people. However, the diction is highly dominated by Hindi and Braj Bhasha languages which were popular in earlier times.[edit]
Keywords Sadhna Kaal, Saina, Subhav, Bal Vernon, Pradhinata, Bhagwant, Nachattar, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001297
Author Ghadu Ji Sewa Panthi, Bhai
Year 1983
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Jiwan Singh M.A.
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 21.8
Breadth 13.7
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         388
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