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Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji KI fateh.

Sidh Ghost is a Bani of Guru nanak Ji sahib that is a Dialogue Guru Ji had with the Top Master Yogis and Siddhs of His Day. In this bani The Siddhs and Yogi masters question Guru Ji on his New Philosophy and Religious ideas and Guru Ji gives His answers on Gurmatt.

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