The Religious Philosophy of Guru Nanak: A Comparative Study with Special Reference to Siddha Goṣti
On the philosophy of Sikhism, as taught by the first Guru Nanak, 1469-1538, with special reference to his Sidha goṣaṭi, containing dialogs with yogis of the Nath sect.
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The Siddha Gosti 1535
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accepted according actions ages Amrit asked attain basis becomes beginning body Brahman called caste cause clearly comes concept consciousness considered created creation death desires discussion divine equality eternal existence fact followers force four further given gives Gorakh Gurmukh Guru Arjan Dev Guru Granth Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak Siddha hand heart Hindu holds Hukam human hymns idea important India Jiva Kabir Karma knowledge known light living Lord Mana Manas Manmukh manu matter Māyā means mentioned mind Nāma Nanak Siddha Gosti nature object Onkār person Philosophy physical possible practices pure realisation reality regarding religion religious remains Sabad Sabda says sense Sikh Singh social society soul spiritual stage subtle Sūnya supposed taken things thinking thought true truth understand universe whole Yoga Yogis