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Sikh News The moments unforgettable-II S S Bijral (IPS) narrates his encounters with Fazil Kashmiri, one of th

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    The moments unforgettable-II S S Bijral (IPS) narrates his encounters with Fazil Kashmiri, one of the most celebrated (Greater Kashmir)
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    Over the period when I availed some of his literary exemplary gifts as translations of japji Sahib recited by Guru Nanak, Slok. Mahla 9 recited by guru Teg Bahadurji, the ninth Sikh Guri; which form part of Holy Granth Sahib, besides Anwari Muhammad, the seven Horizons etc. etc.
     
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