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Sikh shrines in India and other countries.
Select Format: Hardcover. Sikh shrines in India and other countries. ISBN13:9788172051518. Release Date:January 1995. Publisher:Singh Bros.
Gurmukh Singh may refer to: Sepoy Gurmukh Singh, British Indian Empire soldier who died at the Battle of Saragarhi in 1897. Bhai Gurmukh Singh, leader of the Singh Sabha movement. Baba Gurmukh Singh, was a prominent member of the Ghadr Party. Giani Gurmukh Singh Mussafir, a former Chief Minister of Punjab.
Bhai Pinderpal Singh (17). Bhai gurmukh Singh Ji (1). Bhai Ishwar Datt (1). Bhai Jarnail Singh (1).
Historical Sikh shrines. ISBN 9788172051518 (978-81-7205-151-8) Hardcover, Singh Bros, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'Historical Sikh shrines'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
About the Book: The Sikh Gurus had a unique place amongst the spiritual leaders, reformers and saints of India. Their teachings have universal appeal and hold good for all times. The impact of their teachings cannot be easily fathomed. Spiritually and ethically they have influenced the life, thinking and conduct of millions. Indian can feel proud that these great Masters were born here. They did not confine their mission in any particular area but travelled far and wide. Guru Nanak travelled to Mecca, Bangladesh and many other distant lands. The land of Guru's birth Nanakana Sahib is now.
Gurmukh Singh writes extensively on topical issues affecting British Sikhs. Sikhism & Ecological Issues. Understanding Japji Sahib" Book by Sardar Rawel Singh. In Sikhi, the purpose of human life on earth is to see and experience the Creator Being in nature. The importance of this book lies in establishing the sovereign status of Sikh theology. Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s Mission: Connecting the Dots
However, today they occupy a place of pride in their adopted lands owing to their sterling success in fields as diverse as politics, business, entertainment and administration. This glossy coffee-table book captures in vivid detail the rise of the Sikhs as a global community. However, today they occupy a place of pride in their adopted lands owing to their sterling success in fields as diverse as politics, business, entertainment and administration.