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Sri Sant Rain Granthavali

Description This is a biography-cum-Gurmat literature of ancient Indian Saint Sant Rain (1741-1871). Being a saint belonging to Udassis Sect, he not only preached and propagated Gurmat philosophy, but also wrote several poetic compositions on theology and spirituality. This collection, apart from being an integral part of Punjabi literature, also deals with the history of Gurmat preaching and reveals some subtle aspects of Punjabi language and Punjabi grammar. The use of the popular poetic devices used by this saint scholar in his poetic compositions reflects his command over the language. Similarly, the contents of his several books reflect his versatility and knowledge of spiritual and philosophical aspects his saintly and scholarly mindset. The fluency and rhythm of his poetic compositions also remarkable.[edit]
Keywords Sant Rain, Ramdas Vaid, Mukat Ram Giani, Namdhari, Guru Nanak, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001300
Author Maha Kavi Sant Ren Ji
Year 1953
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Shri Sant Renashrem
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 18.2
Breadth 11.9
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         246
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