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Bandgi-Nama: Communion with the Divine

The Bandgi Nama or “Communion with the Divine” by Sardar Raghbir Singh Bir contains the spiritual and devotional thoughts of the author, which were flashed to him in his midnight silent meditation. S. Raghbir Singh was not only a poet of a high order, but a thinker and a philosopher who had personally experienced various stages of spiritual discipline while leading a life of a successful householder-fulfi1ling all the obligations towards his parents, family and children imparting them the best education-academic and cultural.



  1. Introduction
  2. What is a Sikh? 
  3. Gurbani - Guru's Word
  4. The Congregation
  5. Prayer
  6. Simran - Remembrance of God
  7. Simran - Its three stages
  8. Gyan: Divine Knowledge
  9. Faith and its two stages
  10. Miracles
  11. Samadhi or Trance
  12. Light blending with light
  13. The All-Pervading One-Pervading All
  14. Relation between Prayer, Simran and Gyan
  15. Weakness
  16. Guru Worship
  17. Apparent Contradictions in Gurbani
  18. God-Centered and Self-Centered People
  19. Submission to Gods will
  20. Knowing and Achieving
  21. Mystic Immortality

Bandgi-Nama: Communion with the Divine

  • Format: Hardback

    Publisher: The Atam Science Trust, Calcutta & New Delhi

    Publication Date: 2010

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