This is book 4 in the of the "Sehje Rachio Khalsa" series written by Harinder Singh Mehboob and translated by Gurtarn Singh Sidhu. Gurtarn Singh Sidhu is one of Harinder Singh's closest friends and confidante's.
Author: Harinder Singh Mehboob
This is book 4 in the of the "Sehje Rachio Khalsa" series written by Harinder Singh Mehboob and translated by Gurtarn Singh Sidhu. Gurtarn Singh Sidhu is one of Harinder Singh's closest friends and confidante's. After Harinder's death, Gurtarn took it upon himself to spread Harinder Singh's message with this book. He translated the entirety of Sehje Rachio Khalsa, and that one giant book was split into smaller parts. This is the fourth in the full series.
The Master is the sole amrita - tree bearing amrita fruit . - Guru Granth Sahib , p .
422 The Master is the Lord's image The Lord in the Master pervasiveBetween the
two , Brother , no difference is . - Guru Granth Sahib , p . 443 The institution of ...
Author: Kharak Singh
Contributed articles presented at a seminar held on November 15-16, 2003.
By keeping himself detached from politics and power , He came to acquire the
status of a Lord of Lords . ( 36 ) Whosoever sought his Divine grace and
blessings , They were imbued with power and sovereignty . His blessings made
the timid ...
Author: Ratana Siṅgha Bhaṅgū
Panjabi text, with parallel English translation, of a verse work on 18th century Sikh history.
uruashotama Pant, the village head of Kundagola, was a devotee of the Lord. On
hearing that the Lord was camping near his village, the devotee felt it was
appropriate to invite the Lord to stay at his village. Panth discussed with other
Author: Commander B.R. Venkatesh (Retd)
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
God Incarnated as Chidambara By: Commander B.R. Venkatesh Chidambara is not a name that many in the West will find familiar. Even among the followers of the modern Hindu religion he is largely unknown, but Chidambara’s legacy is one that is worth learning and remembering, for Hindu and non-Hindu alike. During his time on earth, Chidambara proved time and time again that he was more than a man. He was a deity incarnate, and his power knew no bounds. For the first time, the story of Chidambara and his many devotees is available in English, carefully adapted with commentary from the author. To know Chidambara is to know the Almighty himself.
Let there be victory for the Khalsa Panth through Lord's Protection and let the
sword - arm of Lord be hailed as the saviour , and let us recite the Name of the
Lord , Vahe Guru , for the victory and aggrandisement of the Khalsa Panth .
Author: Gurbachan Singh Makin
Philosophical interpretation of Sikh hymns.
In another Kāfi Bulhe Shah addresses His Lord as Kähn ( Krishna : ) Bansi Kāhn
achraj bajāi ( Lord Krishna has ... Somewhere you ( O God ) appear as the Martyr
, Tegh Bahadur and somewhere you have created your own Panth ( Path ) .
Author: Surindar Singh Kohli
On the life and works of Bullhe Shāh, 1680?-1758?, Panjabi Sufi poet; includes sampling of his verse.