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I was looking through Bhai Randheer Singhs Gurmat Bibek/Vivek Books and it took me really long to get through the pages especially because he uses very high level Punjabi when writing. I was wondering if anyone knows any translations to the books or if they would like to collaborate with the Canada Sangat to have them translated? Vaheguruuuu Ji Ka Khalsaa Vaheguruuuu Ji Ki Fatehhh! 

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4 hours ago, Guest Lakhdeep Singh said:

I was looking through Bhai Randheer Singhs Gurmat Bibek/Vivek Books and it took me really long to get through the pages especially because he uses very high level Punjabi when writing. I was wondering if anyone knows any translations to the books or if they would like to collaborate with the Canada Sangat to have them translated? Vaheguruuuu Ji Ka Khalsaa Vaheguruuuu Ji Ki Fatehhh! 

Is this of any help? There's some English translation in this page. 

http://gurmatbibek.com/category/gurmat-bibek-related-articles/

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www.sewastore.com   has a lot of translations of many scholars like Kahn singh Nabha ji , Bhai Vir Singh ji , Prof Sahib SIngh, parchaariks like Maskeen ji , bandgi vale like Raghir SIngh bir, Sant Baba Harnam Singh ji Rampurkedevale, of course there are many more Punjabi books too.

 

Rangle sajjan  

http://www.akj.org/literature/adobe/Books/Book-RSajjan.pdf

biggest collection of Bhai Sahib's books in English are on the trust website

http://www.bsrstrust.org/store/english/

hope that help sangat who need english translations these can be obtained as kindle books or kobo books also as free downloads 

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