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2023

Bhagat Sadhna is one of the fifteen Bhagat contributors to the Guru Granth Sahib and one of the saint-poets of the Medieval period in South Asia.

Bhagat Sadhna is one of the fifteen Bhagat contributors to the Guru Granth Sahib and one of the saint-poets of the Medieval period in South Asia. He was a butcher by profession whose life and behavior changed when he became a devotee after realizing IkOankar (the Divine).

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Sukhmann Kaur

Associate Editor, The Guru Granth Sahib Project

Sukhmann Kaur graduated from the University of Washington with a MA in International Studies: South Asia and a graduate certificate in Feminist Studies. She also holds a BA in History with a Minor in Ethnic Studies from Central Washington University. 

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