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Anhad Sabad-Dasam Duar

Description Spiritual enlightenment, experience of the sense of bliss, human communion with the Divine, mystical realization of the Divine etc. are the names given to various stages in the spiritual voyage. Since very rare persons have undergone such an experience, they have tried to share this experience with others. This book written by a revered Sikh saint and spiritual savant tries to communicate the highest spiritual state of awakening as stated in the Sikh scripture. The author has used such a diction, vocabulary and terminology that the reader feels the maximum limit to which Punjabi language can be stretched. The reader is motivated to share the author's rare and unique experience[edit]
Keywords Dasam Duar, Turia Pad, Mukti, Gurmat Gyan, Sahaj Samadhi, Angna, Soham, Panch Shabad, Paarjaat, Hathjog, Satguru, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003609
Author Randhir Singh, Bhai Sahib
Year 1941
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Nahar Singh Giani
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 18.6
Breadth 12.3
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         304
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