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Prem Sumarg Granth

Description This ancient Sikh scripture with the prescribed Sikh ceremonies and practices is associated with the procedure for a Sikh prayer, initiation, birth of a child and death, marriage, ideal way of governing and dispensing justice etc. What makes this edited version most valuable and important for the reader is the comprehensive introduction about the background history of this text and basic Sikh doctrines on which this text is based. It prepares the reader mentally how to approach this ancient text and get benefitted from it. The reader can also have a grasp of the evolution of Punjabi language by reading the hybrid Hindized script of the ancient text as well as the standard modern Punjabi in the editor's introductory part.[edit]
Keywords Bandagi, Simran, Namdan, Janam, Sanjog Biah, Delhi ki rehat, Kriya Chalane Mrit Lok, Raj Lachhan, Sehaj Jog, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001296
Author Unknown
Year 1965
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher S. Mehtab Singh
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 19.0
Breadth 13.3
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         298
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