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    What Would You Do Next ?

    Assume you have joined the Sad Sangat(the company of the holy), and you have been a regular practitioner of Naam Simran for quite sometime now and you have progressed in your search of the 'Truth' (with constant Naam Simran and Kirtan) that now you do not have many entanglements or emotional...
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    How Can A Worldly Person Become The Master Of A Renunciate

    Sukhdev Muni and King Janak Sukhdev Muni was a renunciate right from his birth, and whenever he used to ask his father, Ved Vyas, about Initiation, Ved Vyas would tell him, "King Janak is the only perfect Saint nowadays, but He is a King. You may think that He is a worldly person, but He is...
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    Sikhism The Socially Involved Renunciate: Guru Nanak's Discourse To The Nath Yogis

    The Socially Involved Renunciate (SUNY PRESS) is an in-depth analysis and an original English translation of the Siddh Gost, a fundamental philosophical text of the Sikh tradition. The work reflects the distinctive worldview of Sikhism, the only major Indian religion that does not regard...