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The College offered him the salary of Rupees Soon the family shifted to Tharpal, another nearby village in the same district. It was in the evening, that he started reading the Holy Book. Bhai Sahib left for heavenly abode on 29 October I use this for santhiaa too. He was an exceptionally kind hearted person. Never the less he accepted the offer for his love of knowledge, notwithstanding the hardship of less salary.

He came home and was told that it was the last desire of his father that the family members should, at any cost, arrange for his education upto the 10th Grade. It was Aprilwhen he received a letter from his younger brother, Diwan Singh. Who shall not die?

Geeka help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. By this time he had also wrote a number of books on the Compositions of the Gurus, which were translated according to the rules of grammar and were published.

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How surprising it is that when the authenticity of Sri Guru Granth Sahib was challenged by Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike on world-wide basis, no attention was paid to the call to reason as revealed by Professor Sahib Singh Teeia. There was no money available in the shop run by his younger brothers. There was one vacancy in a post office and there were a number of candidates for the post.


When he regained his strength, he re-started the translation work. I requested him not to leak out this information to any one, till my request is accepted by the authorities. In two years timethe whole of the Holy Book was translated verballyand they started to translate Gurbani from the beginning over again.

This teacher set the Question Paper on Geography in the quarterly test for the 10th Grade class. Sahib Singh and eight other learned men of the town of Gujranwala, formed an association for study of Gurbani. At that time many friends and teachers advised him, not to change his extra language study, as the time left for the examination was very short 3 months only.

Waryam Singh warned him that for this purpose he should never borrow any money for himself publishing the translation, as it was beyond him to handle the things and sell the books. He wrote to his teacher, Professor Gulbahar Singh in Government College, Lahore to favor him with credentials to support his application for the post.

Professor Sahib Singh was known for his erudition and assiduous pursuit of scholarship. He went to his village Therpal to spend the summer vacations. Village Mati Ki is located a couple of miles from Raeiya. And if it were published, and if there were not adequate number of readers to buy the books, who would bear the cost! The Professor did not agree. During this period he suffered jail twice-once during the Guru ka Bagh agitation and then in the Jaito morcha But this event totally wrecked my dream of doing M.

He began to be fed through nose. Even worse the bullock had died with the rope around its neck.

Professor Sahib Singh

My heart began to tremble, hands too, extreme sense of fear as to what shape it would take, from where to get money for college expenses, what would people say, and saahib sorts of fears.

In fact, his writings have given a scientific approach to the understanding of Sikhism. His wife, Agya Kaur, also met with an accident in September, and died on Ashib 28,when she delivered a daughter. After passing the 3rd year examination, Sahib Singh was now in the 4th year.


She gave birth to a daughter, on September 5, In the whole of the Rawalpindi Division, Nathu Ram attained the First position, and was awarded a scholarship of Rupees 6. As a youth, Natthu Rain was apprenticed to the village Maulawi, Hayat Shah, son prot the famous Punjabi poet, Hasham, upon whom his royal patron, Ranjit Sirigh, the Maharaja of the Punjab, had settled a permanent jagir.

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He was born in a Hindu family to father Hiranand sinth was named Natthu Ram. Upon joining the Khalsa panth, his took the name Sahib Singh. In Bhai ji was again arrested when he took part in Jaito Morcha. At the latter, he obtained his bachelor’s degree.

I had to write only about 4 lines letter to the authorities to relieve me of the duties. Nathu Ram, with certain other students, used to go back to his village on every Saturday and then go back to the school every Monday. Sahib Singh soon recovered from the disease and his examination fee was also remitted in time. This time too he survived a severe attack of this deadliest influenza. All my colleagues in the post office were extremely surprised by my action.

Archived from the original on 17 September sauib Sahib Singh wrote extensively in Punjabi, but most of his works have now been translated into English, Hindi and other prominent world languages.

I will be lost for them for ever. He saw a number of teachers and students. From then onward I began to copy down the Shabads with great care in regard to their spellings.

In Bhai ji left to join his son at Sidhwan Bet near Jagroan. In Sahib Singh ji retired from this college to take up a post as Principal at Shaheed Missionary college, Amritsar. Here, again the same problem arose. Upload or insert images proof URL.