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  1. Please listen to Sant Baba Makhan Singh jee (Head of Amrtisari Taksaal), talking about the power of Srimaan Sant Baba Attar Singh jee Mastuanaywale. Please start listening after 24:50 min: http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Baba_Makhan_Singh_%28Sato_Kee_Gali_wale%29/Jap_Ji_Sahib_Katha/33--Baba.Makhan.Singh--Jap.Ji.Sahib.Viakhya.Part.33.mp3 Bhul chuk maaf
  2. Sant Teja Singh Ji Birth and the Environment Niranjan Singh Mehta, who came to be known as Sant Teja Singh Ji later on, was born to mother Ram Kaur on 14 May, 1877 in village Balowali (Gujranwala Pakistan). His father Bhai Ralla Singh, was a medical doctor in Central Jail, Lahore. The grandfather of Sant Ji, named Bhai Nanak Chand Ji, was a very pious soul who used to provide food and other financial assistance to the poor and the downtrodden. On account of his generosity, he was popularly known as Nanak Shah. The maternal grandfather of Sant Ji, Bhai Bhag Singh Ji, was a Gursikh who used
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g822uRM3YLo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWSrH-UiunQ&feature=related
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