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Anurag Sagar Sant Mat

    Anurag Sagar Sant Mat     “‘Hazur [Baba Sawan Singh] one day told Seth Vasdev, whose car is always at Hazur’s disposal, that he should read Kabir Sahib’s Anurag Sagar (The Ocean of Intense Love). Hazur said that without studying it, one cannot fully understand the difference between Kal (the negative power) and …

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Sant Mat History, Reflections: Sant Mat Radhasoami Books — The E Library – History Section

Sant Mat History — Reflections: Books, Articles, and Blogs Reflections On Sant Mat History, Origins of the Path — Traditional Sant Mat From An Indian Perspective Sant Mat Radhasoami Books — The E Library – History Section The Origins of Sant Mat, The Five Names, and the Identity of Tulsi Sahib’s Guru, by James Bean: https://archive.org/stream/TheOriginsOfSantMatSachKhandPDF/The_Origins_Of_Sant_Mat_Sach_Khand_Word_Document2.3#page/n0 The Origins of Sant …

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The Usage of the Terms Namaste’ and Bandagi Saheb

The Usage of the Terms Namaste’ and Bandagi Saheb: “Bandagi” is from the Sanskrit ‘vandana’ — a salutation, and “Saheb” means master. Bandagi Saheb: “I offer salutation or greeting to the master dwelling in you”. Bandagi Saheb reminds me of “Namaste’”, meaning: “The God in me bows to the God in you.”  Bandagi Saheb. Namaste’. …

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