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  1. Interesting work I found on PDL. Apparently a Persian translation of Sukhmani Sahib into Farsi, found in a library in Paris, France in 1921. It was apparently deposited there by Colonel Antoine-Louis Henri Polier (https://www.allaboutsikhs.com/british/polier-antoine-louis-henri), who also wrote an early account of Sikhs (See Madra and Singh's Sicques, Tigers and Thieves). It's interesting to note that such translations were taking place (in the 1700s?) BK-005907.pdf
  2. Last few places remaining for this amazing and unique course. Preserve the rare Sikh traditions. Please register today if interested! The aim is to empower Sikhs to retrieve their heritage and for the sangat to develop the skill of doing the amazing Zafarnama and Bhai Nand Lals ghazals JUSTICE. There are only a few places remaining for serious and dedicated students. If interested follow the instructions on the poster today! TURIYA Our aim is to galvanise a flourishing global Sikh culture by innovatively enlivening Sikh tenets and heritage, and serve the Sikh community by providing a multitude of intelligent resources for its spiritual, educational and social development. As a part of this vision, we launched a website on Bhai Nand Lal and the Court of Guru Gobind Singh back in February 2013. This online interactive course is an extension of the website, with the purpose of providing the global Sikh panth with an enlivened understanding of the Persian heritage of Sikhi. http://turiyacharity.com/Projects/Farsi/index.html
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