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Guru Nanak (Spiritual Masters) Paperback – November 10, 2008

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The conversational style and lucid diction used by the author in narrating many of the fascinating saakhis lend the book a special flavour...what distinguishes it is Harish Dhillon's infromal,down to earth style wherein the times of Guru Nanak come alive in vivid word pictures. --Sikh Review

Harish dhillon pens the life and teachings of Guru Nanak,one of the greatest divine teachers of all times.The language is simple and free of philosophical underpinnings,yet it conveys the essence of the divine message. --Hindustan Times

The author uses the skills of a fiction writer to bring alive various stages of Guru Nanak...his rendering of the life of Guru Nanak will find solace in the bookshelves of those who wish to know more about the founder of Sikhism. --Tribune

About the Author

Harish Dhillon lives in Mohali where he teaches English.He is the author of several books on Sikhism and the Punjab,as well as collections of short stories.

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