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Itihaasak Tribaini Bhatra Sangat Da Sankape Itihaas

Description This volume gives an edited version and explanatory commentary on the three primary sources of Sikh sub-sect, the Bhatras. These three sources which the editor-cum-author names as "Triveni" (Trinity) trace the history, religious beliefs and practices and complete genealogy of its founders. The account is based on intensive study of these sources and visits to the ancient landmarks of this sect in India and Sri Lanka. The followers of this sect being spread all over the world especially U.K. is likely to benefit from the reading of this book. The account is authentic, reliable and quite informative[edit]
Keywords Haqiqat Rai Mukam, Sangladeep ki Ruhtas, Bhatra Bans Kathan, Sri Lanka, Shibnabh, Changa Rai, Arapat, Sant Mangal Das, Gian Singh Araf, Sangat Bhatra, Sri Mathura, Harbans Rai, Bhai Paira, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001343
Author Unknown
Year 1977
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 21.6
Breadth 13.4
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         296
 
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