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simran345    2,422
1 hour ago, mahanpaapi said:

Thank you for this link @mahanpaapiji, it's just what I needed to reduce the stress I'm going through. I used to listen to some of Baba Narinder Singh Ji's videos on YouTube and loved the way Brig. Partap Singh Ji explained things. 

Do you know where the book is available to purchase or can it be read online? I would like to read about Baba Nand Singh ji. Baut dhanwaad ji. 

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mahanpaapi    15
2 hours ago, simran345 said:

Thank you for this link @mahanpaapiji, it's just what I needed to reduce the stress I'm going through. I used to listen to some of Baba Narinder Singh Ji's videos on YouTube and loved the way Brig. Partap Singh Ji explained things. 

Do you know where the book is available to purchase or can it be read online? I would like to read about Baba Nand Singh ji. Baut dhanwaad ji. 

Thanks, The book is avaliable for sale at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or https://www.amazon.it/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or parts are avalaible at http://www.babanandsinghsahib.org/main.htm

You are right his katha style is very positive and soothing.

I hope, wish, and pray that you feel better with Satguru Sache Patshah Ji's Grace and Love.

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simran345    2,422
On 20 April 2017 at 1:07 AM, mahanpaapi said:

Thanks, The book is avaliable for sale at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or https://www.amazon.it/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or parts are avalaible at http://www.babanandsinghsahib.org/main.htm

You are right his katha style is very positive and soothing.

I hope, wish, and pray that you feel better with Satguru Sache Patshah Ji's Grace and Love.

Thank you paji for the Amazon link.  Yes the videos are very therapeutical too, if I may use that word, the speed and tone of voice makes good listening. 

 

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Kira    1,218

Sukhmani Sahib penji :) Baba Nand Singh Ji used to do an amazing thing, he'd give sangat prayers to do as well as Parshaad. Even Kalyug got so frustrated he appeared and tried to get Baba Ji to stop it. So Baba Ji simply had the Sikhs in his household constantly do Sukhmani Sahib to repel the darkness.

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1 hour ago, Kira said:

Sukhmani Sahib penji :) Baba Nand Singh Ji used to do an amazing thing, he'd give sangat prayers to do as well as Parshaad. Even Kalyug got so frustrated he appeared and tried to get Baba Ji to stop it. So Baba Ji simply had the Sikhs in his household constantly do Sukhmani Sahib to repel the darkness.

Oh Kira paji, thank you so much for your reply. You made me remember something by saying Sukhmani Sahib ji. Yes Baba Nand Singh ji was amazing mahapursh. 

Thank you ji so much 🌸 Bro. 

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