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Gursikh Waari

Description These articles written about the ancient devout Sikh followers of different Sikh Gurus are meant to inculcate Sikh spiritual and moral values of service, humility, idealism, sacrifice, devotion, faith, education and emancipation of women. The selected devout Sikhs have been projected as paragons of virtue and Gurmat practitioners in word and deed. The readers are likely to be impressed by their ideal way of life and imbibe these values in themselves. Instead of direct proselytizing, the articles are written in a story-telling mode and biographies. The rhythmical poetic diction is both melodious and instructive. These are also suited for recitation among small gatherings[edit]
Keywords Bhai Mansukh, Bhai Borda (Buddha ji), Bhai Paro Julka, Bhai Jaina Paira, Bhai Jetha, Chhajja Jheevar, Bibi Sharan Kaur, Bhai Joga Singh, Rani Sahib Kaur, Kharag Kaur, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001346
Author Unknown
Year 1959
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Khalsa Tract Society, Amritsar.
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 18.5
Breadth 12.6
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         378
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