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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of The Great Sikh Saints
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The Great Sikh Saints

Description This book gives biographical sketches of Sikh saints belonging to the Sewa Panthi sect of Sikhism. It also narrates the selfless, humanitarian service of people rendered by these saints. The account is precise, simple and inspiring to the reader which instills the feelings of devotion, love of mankind and service without discrimination. These Sikh saints have been portrayed as the highest manifestations of spiritual and humanitarian qualities and role models[edit]
Keywords Bhai Kanhaiya, Sewa Ram, Adan Shah, Jagata Sahib, Gulab Singh, Asa Singh, Tirath Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001327
Author Bhagat Singh
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher National Book Shop
ISBN 81-7116-151-0
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 22.3
Breadth 14.1
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         280
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