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Secular Thoughts of the Sikh Gurus

Description The Sikh Gurus sang the glory of a universal God and Brotherhood among men. They recurred to the theme in an Idiom appropriate to the times and climates they lived in. The lyrical sikh hymns and songs stimulate the faithful to grow big in spirit, tolerance and fraternity.The sikh faith did not build walls around itself, but became open and outreaching. The secular foundation of sikh religion has been acknowledged by many non-sikh saints, savants and poets.But a thoughtfully studied exposition was due till Dr. Vivek Ranjan Bhattacharya took up the task out of his deep conviction.[edit]
Keywords Secular Thoughts, Sikh Gurus, Vivek Ranjan Bhattachariya, Giani Zail Singh, Sikh Religion, Holy City, Amritsar, Apostle of Secularism, Hallowed Martyr, Warrior Saint, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000641
Author Vivek Ranjan Bhattacharya, Dr.
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Gian Publishing House
ISBN 81-212-0231-0
Custodian Kuldip Singh, Dr.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         185
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