Fifty-Two Commandments Of Guru Gobind Singh
Guru Gobind Singh, The Tenth Sikh Guru, Before Leaving For The Heavenly Abode, Had Given Some Instructions To His Followers Present At Nanded In 1708. Baba Ram Singh Koer Ji, The Great-Grandson Of Baba Budha Ji Wrote Down These Injuctions, Which Have Fortunately Come To Us Through An Old Manuscript. The Author Elaborates These 52 Commandments In The Light Of Gurbani. Hence The Book Provides A Comprehensive Critique On The Sikh Way Of Life Prescribed By The Tenth Guru Himself.
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Righteous Endeavour of Honest Earning
Giving Away One Tenth of Income
To Memorize Gurbani sayings of the Guru
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