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Sikh Concept Of The Divine

Sikh Concept Of The Divine
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CONTENTS Preface to the First Edition Madanjit Kaur Introduction Pritam Singh vii-viii 1. The Interpretations of Mul Mantra 1 2. The Classical Concept of Mantra K.L. Sharma 27 3. Ek-Oamkar Parmanand 36 4. Sat(i)nam(u) Ram Singh 64 5. Karata Purakh(u) Manmohan Sehgal 83 6. Nirbhau, Nirvair(u) J.S. Neki 91 7. Akal Murat(i) J.S. Ahluwalia 100 8. Ajuni Jodh Singh 114 9. Saibham Jagjit Singh Saluja 125 10. Gurprasad(i) Trilochan Singh 136 11. The Influence ...
CONTENTS
Preface to the First Edition Madanjit Kaur
Introduction Pritam Singh vii-viii
1. The Interpretations of Mul Mantra 1
2. The Classical Concept of Mantra K.L. Sharma 27
3. Ek-Oamkar Parmanand 36
4. Sat(i)nam(u) Ram Singh 64
5. Karata Purakh(u) Manmohan Sehgal 83
6. Nirbhau, Nirvair(u) J.S. Neki 91
7. Akal Murat(i) J.S. Ahluwalia 100
8. Ajuni Jodh Singh 114
9. Saibham Jagjit Singh Saluja 125
10. Gurprasad(i) Trilochan Singh 136
11. The Influence of Mul Mantra on Gurbani Taran Singh 149
12. Mul Mantra: Some Philosophical Reflections Sohan Singh 155
13. Philosophy of Mul Mantra Wazir Singh 166
14. A Linguistic Analysis of the Mul Mantra Hardev Bahri 174
15. God of Mul Mantra and the Veda: A Comparative Study B.B. Chaubey 185
16. Comparative Study of Monotheism in Mul Mantra and the Bible M. P. Christanand Pillai 199
17. Mul Mantra: An Untenable Koranic Parallel Examined G. S. Talib 218
18. Tao and Ek Oamkar: A Comparison between Two Powers Guninder Kaur 227
Bibliography 224
Index 250

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Publisher: Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Pages: 269
Weight: 582 gms
Specifications: Hardcover (Edition: 2002)

Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
ISBN 8177700103

Language: English
Size: 9.4" X 6.4"
Pages: 269
Weight of the Book: 582 gms
Item Code: IDF430
Price: $30.00

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