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Bhai Jagta Sahib

Description It is a biographical sketch of Bhai Jagta Sahib, on of the saints of the Sewa Panthi or Adanshahi sect started by Bhai Ghanaiya, a devout Sikh in the service of Guru Gobind Singh. The Headquarters of this sect is at Goniana Mandi in District Bhatinda of Punjab and known as Tikana Bhai Jagta Sahib. Bhai Jagata was a successor to Bhai Bhalla Ram and fifth in line of of Bhai Ghanaiya. He was a native of Magiana in Distt Jhang, Punjab now in Pakistan. His life was full of meditation, social service, and love of humanity. He became very popular for his acts of generosity, compassion, philanthropy, simplicity and complete effacement of ego. He left a clear imprint of his piety even on Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Maharaja Kharak Singh.[edit]
Keywords Bhai Jagta Sahib, Bhagat Singh Hira, Sewa Jyoti Publications, Apostle of Peace, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000009
Author Bhagat Singh
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Tikana Bhai Jagta Sahib
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 21.5
Breadth 14.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         134
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