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Raja Jogi

Description The book gives a biographical account of Baba Sahib Singh Bedi, the eleventh generation descendent of Guru Nanak and a contemporary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It records the contribution of Baba Sahib Singh Bedi in preaching Sikhism in major regions of then Punjab like Malwa, Doaba, Majha, Sandal Bar, Gujrat, Jhelum, Chakwal, Rawalpindi, Attock, Kohat, Bannu upto Kabul. He also headed the first Singh Sabha and finally settled at Una in Himachal Pradesh. After his death, his descenents also carried on the mission of propagating and preaching Sikhism. The preamble includes glorious tributes by several Sikh Saints and eminent scholars about his missionary work.[edit]
Keywords Raja Jogi, Isher Singh, Giani Isher Singh Nara, Baba Sahib Singh Bedi, prominent Sikh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000047
Author Hari Singh, Master
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher People Publishing House
ISBN 81-7007-103-8
Custodian Jaswinder Singh Nagpur
Completion Complete
Condition Partially Damaged
Pages                         720
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