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Pauri 12 Paudi 12-15-Jap ji Sahib-Interpretation

Discussion in 'Jap Ji Sahib' started by Sikh80, Mar 8, 2008.

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    How to become Truthful
    Gurdev Singh Sangha & Prof. Pritam Singh*

    * English version by Prof. Pritam Singh Grewal, Kitrchener, Canada. Original in Punjabi by Gurdev Singh Sangha, Canada.



    -kindly Google out-
     
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    The Wisdom of Listening*
    J S Neki**

    * Presentation made at the World Parliament of Religions held in Barcelona, 6th to 13th July, 2004.
    ** Professor J. S. Neki is an internationally known psychiatrist, a noted Punjabi poet and writer, and a well recognized theologian of the Sikh faith. Address; 52, Hemkunt Colony, New Delhi 110 048

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    #2 Sikh80, Mar 9, 2008
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