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" They called him Guru, and from all sides stupid people crowded to worship and manifest complete faith in him. For three or four generations ( of spiritual successors ) they had kept this shop warm. Many times it occurred to me to put a stop to this vain... "
Medieval India: From Sultanat to the Mughals Part - II - Page 251
by Satish Chandra - 2005 - 290 pages
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The Mughal Empire

John F. Richards - History - 1995 - 320 pages
...three or four generations (of spiritual successors) they had kept this shop warm. Many times it had occurred to me to put a stop to this vain affair or...bring him into the assembly of the people of Islam. Simply by making a finger-mark of saffron on Khusrau's brow as an auspicious sign, Arjun suffered a...
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Hindu Culture During and After Muslim Rule: Survival and Subsequent Challenges

Ram Gopal - Hindus - 1994 - 199 pages
...and foolish followers of Islam by his ways and manners... Many times, it occurred to me to put an end to this vain affair or to bring him into the assembly of the people of Islam. There was also the martyrdom of a young boy Haqiqat Rai, in Shahjahan's period as a result of the religious...
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Holy Sikh Shrines

Surinder Singh Johar - Sikh shrines - 1998 - 198 pages
...faith in him. For three or four generations (of spiritual successors) they had kept this shop warm. Many times it occurred to me to put a stop to this...bring him into the assembly of the people of Islam." Things went on like this. The emperor was trying to find some excuse to harm the Guru. A pretext was...
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Guru Tegh Bahadur: A Biography

Sikh gurus - 1975 - 262 pages
...faith in him. For three or four generations (of spiritual successors) they had kept this shop warm. Many times it occurred to me to put a stop to this...affair or to bring him into the assembly of the people oflslam."i3 unconvincing and unbelievable, were circulated by Qazis and Emperor's paid men, and the...
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