Sukhmani Sahib Steek-Prof Sahib Singh-Punjabi by toshaak in Types > Books – Non-fiction, sikh history, and prof sahib singh. sikhism. Japji Sahib Steek Garab Ganjani Teeka Gurmukhi (Bhai Santokh Singh Ji). Bhai Nand Lal Granthavali. Results 1 – 16 of 37 Nitnem Tika. by Prof. Sahib Singh Japji Sahib Teeka (Hindi) Sidh Gost Steek. by Prof. Sahib Singh. Currently unavailable. Professor Sahib Singh (16 February – 29 October ) was a Sikh academic who made . Dr. Thind formatted the text of Teeka by Professor Sahib Singh to improve the use of text on the computer and for the Internet. He also made the.

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His younger brother Diwan Singh, at the age of 36, met with an accident and expired in September A retired Railway Station Master, named Pandit Ram Kishen, a resident of the same village sent his servant to the shop for purchase of certain articles, on credit basis, money was to pfof paid or adjusted later.

Are we the best religion? I will be lost for them for ever. In high school he always attained the first position in Sanskrit.

Sahib Singh had a friend, named S. Wahib also worked as principal at the Gurmat College, Patiala. Now known better as Professor Sahib Singh, he took part in the Gurdwara Reform movement in the s. He expressed his inability to Dalip Singh to undertake this work.

Whatever Sahib Singh was earning, practically all of it was being sent to his brothers in the village for clearance of the heavy debt. Sahib Singh now felt that his future would be bright. He took the following elective subject for his studies – 1 Englsih 2 Mathematics A 3 Sanskrit. There was no money available in the shop run by his younger brothers.


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He went back home, forgot to take his meals, having been deeply involved in this mystery. At the latter, he obtained his bachelor’s degree.

Students of both the classes were examined together to answer the same question paper. That year he completed writing of the life history of Sikh Gurus after extensive investigations strictly in accordance with their Teachings as enshrined in Sri Guru Granth Sahib. He even began to think, by what name he should be called as a Sikh.

The sole and heel of the shoes had already sajib worn out. Nathu Ram, with certain other students, used to go back to his village yeeka every Saturday and then go back to the school every Monday. Upload or insert images from URL.

He was born in a Hindu family to father Hiranand and was named Natthu Ram. Among Arts students, he attained 4th position in the University. These included exposition of several of the Sikh sacred texts and his monumental volume commentary on Sikh Scripture, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Darpan, published during This put Hari Singh in great worry.

Never the less he accepted the offer for his love of knowledge, notwithstanding the hardship of less salary. The daughter also later porf on February 28, He saw a number of teachers and students. Nathu Ram was only 8 when he was inflicted with a severe type of typhoid fever.

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Sahib Singh

At my request, my mother cooked food for me. He was given handsome pay there and also additional allowances for extracurricular activities.

Professor Sahib Singh 16 February- 29 October sajib a renowned Sikh academic who made a tremendous contribution to Sikh literature.

Sahib Singh explained to the Professor his family circumstances in detail.

The Professor did not agree. Sahib Singh received financial support from a number of sources and was well settled there in the college. Since it was not proof season for oranges, it was hard to find an orange even in orchards.

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Sahib Singh said, he firmly believed that his end was near. When his son moved to PatialaBhai ji took classes at Gurmat college in Patiala. One who is heavily indebted, has no reason to cherish any hope for the future. The untimely death of his father proof the situation hard for him, yet he managed to enter Dyal Singh College, Lahoreand then the Government College, Sahiib [5] where he obtained his bachelor’s degree.