Grace of God and Guru in Sikh Philosophy

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Global Vision Pub. House, Jan 1, 2002 - Philosophy - 198 pages
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This Title Is An Analytical Study Of Important Terms For The Grace Of God And Guru In Sikh Philosophy Like- Nadar, Karam, Mihar And Bakhsis Refer In The Adi Granth And Other Sikh Scriptures. It Is Clearly Said In The Adi Granth That God Is Known With The Help Of Guru. Throught, This Scripture, The Grace Of Guru Is Regarded As An Important Prerequisite For Obtaining A Vision Of God. It Is This Which Sets The Individual On The Road To The Consummation Of His Destiny As Union With God. The Relation Between The Grace Of God And The Grace Of Guru, The Point May Be Safely Made Is That The Grace Of Guru Serves As The Vehicle Of God.

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Contents

Preface
356
Abandonment and Exposure
446
Abhava
496
Abhidha
542
AbhinavaAnyathaKhyati
551
Abhinivesha
590
Abhiseka
609
Achit
628
Dharmaraja Adhvarin 17th Century 218
468
Gadadhara BhaRacarya 16041709 251
538
Iconography 319
621
Kabirdas 13981518
383
Mimamsa Philosophy
357
Mlmamsa Theory of Polytheism
502
Mishra Vacaspati
509
Morals Philosophy
518

Adhikari
639
Adhyatma
659
Advaita Theory of Illusion
669
Asidha
354
Asvamedha
373
Atman
407
Avidyfl
414
Awareness Theories
424
Badarayana 440380 B C
436
Badarinatha
463
BahuDevavada
492
The Bhagavadgita
520
Bhagavatas
527
Bhakti
541
Bhartrhari 5th Century
609
Brahmo Samaj
668
Calendrical System
694
Dayananda Sarasvati 18241883 189
384
Demon 198
454
DevAtma Sri 18501929 199
462
Narayana
525
Navaritri
541
Nyaya Theory of Inference
547
Pasupatas
598
502
604
542
649
547
658
577
667
585
688
592
695
593
702
Suicide
353
Vfilmiki
431
Vltsyfiyana 5th Century
452
Vedarigas
465
Vedic Religion
499
Vedism and Brahmanism
602
Viraaivas
660
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