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Naam in Sikhism and ‘Mahapurushiaism’

Discussion in 'Gurmat Vichaar' started by Sikh80, Jan 3, 2008.

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    Oct 14, 2007
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    1. Daljeet Singh, 1998, Essential of Sikhism, Singh Bros, Amritsar.
    2. Kulwant Singh, 2002, Naam-Simran, in The Sikh Review, vol. 50, No. 10.
    3. Sri Gurbux Singh, 1999, Naam-Simran and Bhakti in Sikhism.
    4. Harkinat Singh, 2003, University of Guru Granth Sahib: A comparative study, in The Sikh Review, vol. 51, No. 20.
    5. Dilbagh Singh, 2004, Sublime significance of Ek Onkar, in The Sikh Review, Vol. 52, No. 5.
    6. R.M. Chopra, 2000, Naam – The language of Divine Power, in The Sikh Review, vol. 50, No. 4.
    7. Surinder Singh Kohli, 1996, Guru Granth Sahib – An Analytical study, Singh Bros., Amritsar.
    8. Debabrata Das, 2002, The Meta Physics of Naam, in The Sikh Review, vol. 50, No. 11.
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