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General Sikh History And Japji Sahib In English On Internet

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General Sikh History And Japji Sahib In English On Internet

palaingtha

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I want to inform all SPNers that SIKH HISTORY in brief is posted on a website "pothi.com" the title of which is "A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY OF THE SIKHS". It is available free as E BOOK and print book is available for Rs.200/- plus postal charges.
Further I want to inform also that there is a site on :Japji Sahib" in English RHYME. This site is "kslamba.wordpress.com"
 

palaingtha

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I have downloaded the book 'a glimpse into the history of the Sikhs', its actually not a bad read at all, I will post a review when I have finished
Thanks for informing me that you have downloaded the E Book, titled, A Glimpse into the history of the Sikhs and, that you will write a Review after going through it thoroughly.
A principled review shall be much appreciated.
 

Harry Haller

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Jan 31, 2011
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Well I have finished the book!

Its a very good book, with a minimum of comments, it concentrates on the facts as available. I found it steered away from any information that is widely quoted in sakhis but stands against Bani, multiple wives, etc etc, and concentrated on what is known to be within Bani, thus most of the stories seem possible and the superstitious content is kept to a minimum, implying, rightly in my view, that true wisdom comes from learning, and that the Gurus were highly perceptive, rather than magicians
 

palaingtha

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Aug 28, 2012
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Well I have finished the book!

Its a very good book, with a minimum of comments, it concentrates on the facts as available. I found it steered away from any information that is widely quoted in sakhis but stands against Bani, multiple wives, etc etc, and concentrated on what is known to be within Bani, thus most of the stories seem possible and the superstitious content is kept to a minimum, implying, rightly in my view, that true wisdom comes from learning, and that the Gurus were highly perceptive, rather than magicians
Thanks for taking time off from your busy life, for going through the book, 'A Glimpse into the History of the Sikhs' and writing a short but fair Review.
 

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