The Sikh Religion/Volume 5

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THE SIKH RELIGION

ITS GURUS, SACRED WRITINGS
AND AUTHORS

BY

MAX ARTHUR MACAULIFFE

 

(Indic characters)

The egg of superstition hath burst; the
mind is illumined:
The Guru hath cut the fetters off the feet
and freed the captive.

Guru Arjan

 

IN SIX VOLUMES

VOL. V

 

OXFORD
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
1909

 

 

HENRY FROWDE, M.A.
PUBLISHER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
LONDON, EDINBURGH, NEW YORK
TORONTO AND MELBOURNE

 

 

CONTENTS OF VOL. V

  1. PAGE
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    1
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    67
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    68
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    103
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    201
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    237
  8. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    246
  9. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    260
  10. Extracts from Aral Ustat
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    261
  11. Extracts from Vichitar Natak
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    286
  12. Introduction to the Hindu Incarnations
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    306
  13. Thirty-three Sawaiyas (Quatrains)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    314
  14. Hazare Shabd
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    324
  15. Chaupai
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    328
  16. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    331
  17. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    333

 

 

OXFORD
PRINTED AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
BY HORACE HART, M.A.
PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY