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Sunder Gaatha

Description This is a biographical account of a Sikh saint. The author has portrayed his protagonist as a spiritually enlightened, morally upright person and a paragon of virtues, who did commendable social service in the form of running a community kitchen, schools, orphanages. The book draws the full family tree of the saint and tracing his genealogy to Guru Nanak's family. The stance of the biographer is devotional, steeped in praise of his protagonist.[edit]
Keywords Bansawali, Alibeg, Budh Singh Multani, Rajauri, Kashmir, Kanpur, Kartar Singh Sagari, Baba Mohan Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001279
Author Chehbhar Singh
Year 1952
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Sant Baba Mohan Singh Ji
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 25.2
Breadth 18.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         190
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