Grace of God and Guru in Sikh Philosophy

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Global Vision Pub. House, 2002 - Philosophy - 198 pages
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

frejace
1
Abhinivesha
10
Absolute
17
Advaita Theory of Illusion
23
Sabdaprabdapramana
86
Samnyasa
93
Sahkhya Philosophy of Liberation
110
Caste
131
Sarasvati
189
Definition Concepts
193
Sen Keshab Chandra 18381884
200
Devayana
204
Dialectic Quibbling
222
SerpentWorship
225
766
232
Elhana 15th 16th Century
235

Chandidas 15th16th Century
139
Aurobindo Ghose 18721950 65 Charan Singh 1916
148
Cosmology and Cosmogony Theories of
154
BahuDevavada 80
169
The Bhagavadgita 85 Dandin 7th Century A D
176
Bhattacharya K C 18751949 110 Das Balarama 15th16th Century
182
Das Lochan 15231589
188
766
249
776
270
Karma and Rebirth
286
791
303
Ganesa
347
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