A Critical Study of The Life and Teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev: The Founder of Sikhism (Paperback)

A Critical Study of The Life and Teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev: The Founder of Sikhism By Sewaram Singh Thapar Cover Image
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The importance of Sikh History is being felt more and more keenly every day. Sikhism as one of the religious systems of the world, perhaps has the most recent origin and yet the remarkable progress which it made in the land of its birth within three short centuries is quite unique.

The year 2019 is a special one for Sikhs around the world as it marks the 550th Birth Anniversary of the founder of Sikhism, Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji. With an effort to celebrate this year, we have reproduced this worthy book so that we can learn about Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji's life and teachings and tread on a path of righteousness, truth and devotion.

The book has the following chapters pertaining to the Guru's life -
- Birth and times
- Early Life
- Business
- Resignation
- First Disciple and Companion
- Travels
- A Few Anecdotes from His Travels
- Last Days and Death
- The Creed of Guru Nanak
- The Church of Guru Nanak
- The Method of Guru Nanak
- The Personality of Guru Nanak.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789389085099
ISBN-10: 9389085098
Publisher: White Falcon Publishing
Publication Date: June 10th, 2019
Pages: 122
Language: English



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