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I have got access to around 400 - 500 books in english about sikhi. I will slowly be posting them on the site over the next year but will update on this thread what has gone up. Alot of the english books that are up are rare digitized prints by microsoft and are really good for research and scholars. check them out

Added yesterday, Gurbani Katha by Giani Gurdev Singh Tarsika (Damdami Taksal wale).

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Added yesterday

Puratan Katha by;

Sant Kishan Singh Ji Rara Sahib Walae

Dharna Katha by;

Sant Avtar Singh Ji Dhoolkot Wale

Keertan by;

Bhai Kultar Singh Ji Delhi Walae

Katha added by;

Bhai Jasbir Singh Ji Rode

Giani Ranjit Singh Ji Damdami Taksal Walae

Sant Seva Singh Ji Rampur Khera Walae

Singh Sahib Jathedar Gurbachan Singh Ji Darbar Sahib Walae

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One suggestion veerji, instead of just posting what you have added to the site, can you provide links to the pages where your material is. This will increase the visibility of your content to search engines and also make it easier for the sangat to find the files etc.

Great Seva btw and Keep it up. If you need any help, just ask.

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Added today to the literature section

The second Teeks the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji under the title of the Amir Bhandar by Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Sato Gali Wale.


please if you are downloading this then please take the time out to read it.

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Adeed last night to the literature section was the following

1 copy of Ajuni Magazine which is published by the Bedi Samparda

6 copies of Sewajyoti Magazine which is released by the Sevapanthi Samparda

7 copies of Sachkhand Pattar Magazine released by the management of Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib

All can be found on the link below


Alot more to be added tonight

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