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The true story of an Indian sadhuji

John Chrispose Sanandam

The true story of an Indian sadhuji

-in his masters footsteps-, 1889 to 1929

by John Chrispose Sanandam

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Published by Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in Delhi .
Written in English


About the Edition

Biography of Sadhu Sundar Singh, 1889-1929, Indian Christian mystic.

Edition Notes

Poems.

StatementJohn Chrispose Sanandam
ContributionsI.S.P.C.K. (Organization)
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24496576M
ISBN 108184580185
ISBN 109788184580181
LC Control Number2010327901
OCLC/WorldCa297211278

ANCIENT INDIA ABC BOOK U- Untouchables T- Thervada Oldest surving branch of Buddhism. It has spread to countries around the world. It means ''the teaching of the elders.'' They were seen as unclean and social outcastes. The only jobs they could get were unpleasant such as tanning. We dont accept anyone as Sadhu unless and untill someone follows the following in complete sense: Panch Mahavrat 1. Ahinsa: man vachan aur kaya se kisi jiv ki hinsa nahi karni hai, na karwani hai aur na to hinsa karne ki anumodna karni hai. 2. Sa.

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