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  1. The launch of the electronic publications of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh’s work begins with revised versions of the first two books, translated into English by Dr. Trilochan Singh. These are ‘Jail Chittian’ translated into Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh and ‘Amrit Ki Hai?’ translated into The Meaning of Sikh Baptism. It coincides with the 40th anniversary of the first edition of the Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh in 1972. With the blessings and support of the Sangat, we are hopeful to publish more of Bhai Sahib’s work in this way. Any proceeds and donations from these books will go towards making more publications of this nature available and for other charitable causes. For more details, suggestions or how to support these please email us on info@bsrstrust.org. If you read books on the Amazon Kindle or Apple iBooks, you can download the books now by clicking here. Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Trust To keep up to date with latest updates: Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/bsrstrust Follow us on Twitter: @bsrstrust Sign up to our website: www.bsrstrust.org
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    Do You Read Ebooks?

    With the trend of ebooks now increasing compared to physical hardbacks and paperbacks I am just wondering how many people on here read books on electronic devices such as Apple iBooks, Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook etc. How much would you pay for sikhi related books assuming that any proceeds from the books will go back into making more similar products and not for personal benefits. Please complete the poll.
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