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Bhāvrasamrit commentary by Sant Harī Singh (Randhāwe wāle).

ByKamalpreet Pardeshi

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The Bhāvrasamrit Granth was the initial text written by the esteemed Nirmala scholar, Pandit Gulāb Singh. This text was written sixty-nine years after the jotī jot of Srī Gurū Gobind Singh Jī. The text goes into the Sargun worship of the Avtārs and is a plea to Parmātmā to be saved from the worldly ocean. Within the commentary you will see that Pandit Gulāb Singh does not differentiate with the manifestations with constant praise of the Sargun Avtār of Srī Rām Chandar. There are many mentions to the life of Srī Rām Chandar and Srī Krishnā pleading for salvation from the manifestation. Some may consider this strange but there is no duality within the worship of God through the transcendent and non-transcendent forms. Writing this text was difficult because a previous English translation is already available by the great Tirath Singh Nirmalā. However, the Gurmukhī commentary by Sant Hari Singh (Rāndhāwe wāle) adds to the previous commentary by Tirath Singh Nirmalā and was translated in order to be a supplement to the previous commentary available for seekers of Vedānt knowledge.

Details

Publication Date
May 14, 2022
Language
English
ISBN
9781471699870
Category
Religion & Spirituality
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Kamalpreet Pardeshi

Specifications

Pages
191
Binding
Perfect Bound
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
A5 (5.83 x 8.27 in / 148 x 210 mm)

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