The book of Nanak
In 1469 The Tiny Village Of Talwandi, Forty Miles South-West Of Lahore, Witnessed The Birth Of One Of The Greatest Spiritual Leaders Of Mankind And The Founder Of And Mecca, To Spread His Message.
Drawing Upon The Various Legends Contained In Anecdotal Biographies And Bhai Gurdas S First Heroic Ode, And Placing Them In As Precise A Historical Framework As Possible, The Book Of Nanak Reconstructs The Main Events Of Nanak S Life, Throwing New Light On The Life And Teachings Of A Phenomenal Seer. The Last Section Of The Book Also Contains Original Translations Of Some Of Nanak'S Best-Known Hymns That Continue To Inspire Millions The World Over.
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The Stars Herald a Prophet
The Early Years
And the Baba Went Along the Way
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