Born in 1469 at Talwandi he engaged himself in religious devotions, and aspired to produce a religion acceptable to both the Hindus and the Muslims. He travelled with a faithful servant, preaching and composing hymns, through the length and breadth of the country and to far away Ceylon and Mecca, Those who were motivated and followed him became his Sikhs, a Punjabi word for disciples. The Sikhs of Guru Nanak acquired a separate identity as more joined his movement to purify themselves in thought, word and deed.
This biography of the great seer, savant, and social reformer describes his life and his philosophy of life as only a true Sikh like Sardar Sewaram Singh can accomplish. The beautiful work remains urexcelled in its erudition and lyrical beauty to this day.
This classic work on the Divine Master has placed the devout and learned author in the ranks of world-famous biographers.
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