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7 hours ago, mahandulai said:

What powers do they have?

There is a book called Se kinehya (meaning what are they like) and it is about Sant Harnaam Singh ji Rampurkera wale. There is an English translation and it is quite good. Pretty sure Puzzled said to read it once lol.

http://www.mahapurakh.com/content/sant-harnam-singh-ji-rampur-khera-se-kinehiya-english

Look Mahapurakh .com

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16 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

There is a book called Se kinehya (meaning what are they like) and it is about Sant Harnaam Singh ji Rampurkera wale. There is an English translation and it is quite good. Pretty sure Puzzled said to read it once lol.

http://www.mahapurakh.com/content/sant-harnam-singh-ji-rampur-khera-se-kinehiya-english

Look Mahapurakh .com

lol yes, its a really good book. Sant ji had an amazing and inspiring life. Things like he had visions of the partition even before it happened and how he had visions of Guru Gobind Singh ji and shaheed singhs.   

biography of bhai rama singh is also really good 

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21 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

There is a book called Se kinehya (meaning what are they like) and it is about Sant Harnaam Singh ji Rampurkera wale. There is an English translation and it is quite good. Pretty sure Puzzled said to read it once lol.

http://www.mahapurakh.com/content/sant-harnam-singh-ji-rampur-khera-se-kinehiya-english

Look Mahapurakh .com

great. thanks

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On 11/13/2018 at 12:12 PM, Dsinghdp said:

It is best to read their life stories.

Mahapurakhs connect us with Waheguru via Gurbani.

They have ridhi sidhi yet repeat the Name.

so i can read of miracles, just like jesus and all other prophets. cmon i need something more please.

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2 hours ago, mahandulai said:

so i can read of miracles, just like jesus and all other prophets. cmon i need something more please.

Who cares if they are miracles or not, there are so many lessons to be learnt in the actions of the Mahapurakhs - their jeevans are so inspiring that they will make you want to get closer to Guru. Now you can't just be picky. Respect these Mahapurakhs!

http://sikhbookclub.com

Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj coming to this Earth was a miracle, a gift from the Lord.

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@mahandulai - if you do read their biographies/books just take the content with a pinch of salt. They have obviously been written by their followers and with a certain bias and an agenda to promote "lineage" most of the time. The only real productive part is to extract the humanistic values and ethic. You'll get no where trying to debate if someone has powers or not, it's the most pointless discussion as I find people believe what they want to believe and fair play to them - they are entitled to do so.

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4 hours ago, Jaggaa said:

@mahandulai - if you do read their biographies/books just take the content with a pinch of salt. They have obviously been written by their followers and with a certain bias and an agenda to promote "lineage" most of the time. The only real productive part is to extract the humanistic values and ethic. You'll get no where trying to debate if someone has powers or not, it's the most pointless discussion as I find people believe what they want to believe and fair play to them - they are entitled to do so.

haha good to know,

but others don't think logically like this.

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Only a Muslim would ask a question like this 

“What powers do they have?”

This would be a common way to torture other religion people.  After Muslims capture them they would ask them to show them Miracles or convert to Islam or torture them mercilessly just like they eat halal.

Dont worry Pappu you are headed for reincarnation into a Sikh family after your demise to get a first hand experience in what Sikhism is all about.

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