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The Evolution of Religious Thought in Modern India

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This miscellaneous collection he called Grant* Sahib, i. E. The Boole, kclt t&xnv. Being composed in their mother-tongue, one can easily understand that the Grant' soon supplanted the authority of the Vedas and Puranas, which the common people had never been able to read, and that thenceforth it was held sacred as the Bible of the Sik's.
' The story goes, ' says Trumpp, ' that the disciples assembled one day round Guru • Arjun and said that, by hearing the verses which Guru Nanak had uttered, t
...ranquillity came to the mind and desire for worship was increased, but that by the numerous verses which were uttered by other Softs, and to which the name of Baba Nanak was also given, 74 THE EVOLUTION OF RELIGIOUS THOUGHT.
pride and worldly wisdom were springing up in the hearts of men ; it was therefore necessary to put a sign on the words of Nanak, that people might be able to distinguish them from the words of others. ' Hearing this, Guru Arjun collected all the words of Nanak from different places, and having also collected the verses of the other Gurus and the words of other B'agats, which were not contrary to the words of Nanak, he gave them to the writer B'ai Gur-das, that he should write them in one place (i.


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