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

Volume 1
712
Preface v Agni 29
764
Abandonment and Exposure 1 Akhyativada 32
818
Abhidha Anirvachanlyakhyati 35
844
Abhiseka U Anvitabhidhana 39
871
Jayarflsi Bhatta 17th Century
900
Mlmflmsfl Philosophy
712
Morals Philosophy
795
SahkhyaYoga 754
861
Satya Dev Parivrajak Swami 18791961 766 Udbhata 8th9th Century
867
Upfidhyaya Gangesa
878
Siva Narayanls 810
887
Sri Vaisnavas Sampradaya 818 Vaisnavism
897
Vlhndri
810
Varuna
832
Vasudevism
914

Panikker Kannassa 13501450
852
546
885
585
941
Sureshvara 9th Century
826
Samkhya Philosophy 714
835
Sarnnyasa 731
844
Vedanta
920
Vedas
938
Vedism and Brahmanism
976
Vijfianabhiku 16th Century
1012
920
1029
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