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Need Akali Poola Singh By Baba Prem Singh Hoti Mardan

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baba prem singh hoti wrote the earliest biography on Akali Poola Singh. it will be interesting to read this book. is it available online or can someone please upload it.

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I actually have the book. Where are you located veer Ji?

Or just PM me.

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I actually have the book. Where are you located veer Ji?Or just PM me.

anyway you can digitize it so all Sangat can benefit from it. this is a rare book we need to preserve

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Do this Singh.

Is it a long book?

Its 103 pages long so not the longest book I have read.

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I should be finished by Saturday but will post a few pages by the end of the day. Just a bit busy today.

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I should be finished by Saturday but will post a few pages by the end of the day. Just a bit busy today.

Ok, will it be a pdf file when your done, it will be easier to read and save on the computer

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I'm just taking pictures and posting it up on sikh awareness. It's the easiest and quickest way.

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I'm just taking pictures and posting it up on sikh awareness. It's the easiest and quickest way.

veer ji could u please post a link to it ... and any suggestions of pages with really interesting bits?

Thanks so much...waheguru ji chardikala bakshan

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veer ji could u please post a link to it ... and any suggestions of pages with really interesting bits?

Thanks so much...waheguru ji chardikala bakshan

I will post a link. Some pages will be up tonight.

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