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    • Anyone read this ? Looks interesting, and has good reviews on Amazon https://www.sikhistore.com/buy/why-am-i-here/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/Why-Am-Here-soul-Guru-ebook/dp/B08W2M4NZM Why am I here? This book seeks to answer this and life's other big questions about our true identity, what drives us and what our purpose is. By delving into the Words of the True Guru, called Gurbani in the Sikh faith, you will gain a different perspective on life and your whole approach towards it. The Guru's universal message centres around elevating above two significant limitations; our attachment to what we have and our unfulfilled desires for the things we don't have. Our perceived identities and our values drive these attachments and desires. We can learn to overcome these barriers by discovering a new life that is healthy, rewarding and without limits. A selfless and grateful life in which serving the Oneness of creation while remaining connected to the Creator becomes our day-to-day practice. Each section of the book ends with searching questions, and the book concludes with ten things that you can implement today to progress on your journey to self-realisation.   https://punjabiroots.co.uk/product/18819_Why_Am_I_Here?_The_Soul,_the_Guru_and_the_Path_Book=
    • https://www.santisharsinghji.com/product/thirteen-diamonds-the-treasures-of-bhai-daya-singh-ji/ I have this book, it's relatively expensive because of the quality of materials for producing the book, but interesting https://punjabiroots.co.uk/product/18551_Thirteen_Diamonds_The_Treasures_of_Bhai_Daya_Singh_Ji Darshan Samapardai Rara Sahib“A Gilmpse into the history of The Bhai Daya Singh Ji Samparda (Hoti Mardan)”.With the blessings of Sant Baljinder Singh Ji, Mukh sewadar Rara Sahib.Collated and written by: Jivanpal Singh, Inderjit Singh.A new book providing a unique insight into the Samparda Bhai Daya Singh Ji, Hoti Mardan, Rara Sahib is set to be released this autumn to mark the 550th Parkash Gurpurab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj, (the founder of the Sikh Faith), as well as to coincide with the 44th Barsi (Death Anniversary) of renowned spiritual Saint, Sant Ishar Singh ji Rara Sahib waleh.The Hoti Mardan/Rara Sahib Samparda is a lineage of spiritual successors that can trace its roots back to the tenth master of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj. Bhai Daya Singh ji, the first of the five beloved ones that were initiated into the Khalsa brotherhood in 1699, later went on to create the Samparda as per Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s Maharaj’s instructions, beginning a list of divine personalities who provided spiritual leadership by preaching the message of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji to the masses over a period of 320 years.The book “Thirteen Diamonds” also includes an in-depth diary of Sant Ishar Singh Ji Rara Sahib Waleh, who is highly regarded as one of the most influencing 20th century illuminators of the Sikh community across the globe. The diary will look at their final days spent in England before they departed for their heavenly abode in 1975.Published by the Sant Ishar Singh Ji Trust UK, the book will be dedicated to the congregation at the annual Sant Ishar Singh ji Barsi Samagam which will be held on the 6th, 7th and 8th September 2019 at the SKLP Grounds in Ruislip, West London.Speaking on behalf of the Sant Ishar Singh ji Trust UK, Inderjit Singh said, “The purpose of the book is to help bring the rich legacy of the Samparda to the forefront of the next generation of Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike. Having had the great fortune of spending many years in the company of Sant Ishar Singh ji and other holy personalities of the Samparda, I truly believe that Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s all-encompassing message of harmony, peace and equality is needed today more than ever before. And what better way to help spread that than to re-visit the inspirational lives of those before us.”  
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