Saint Scholar Sant Naranjan Singh Ji

 Sant Ji was born around the year 1921 in Sulisar, Bathinda, Punjab. From his early childhood, he showed signs of being a highly spiritual soul. Sant Ji was blessed by Sant Attar Singh Ji(Mastuana Sahib). At the young age of 7, he would wake up at 1 am and do kirtan until 4 am, in seclusion. He would then take some curd in an iron(srb loh) bowl as his breakfast .He stayed in Damdama Sahib from the age of 7 to 13. Sant Ji then moved to Patiala, where he stayed at Gurdwara Dukh Neevaran Sahib, a historical site of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji. Here, at this young age, he started katha of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. This katha, from start to end, was completed in 18 years.

For 50 years, Sant Ji did katha in Patiala and other cities in India. He travelled extensively all over India as well as to foreign countries like Singapore, Malaysia, USA and Canada. He spoke to eager audiences wherever he went and rekindled the light of religion in many hearts. In 1983, Sant Ji was bestowed the title of Shiromani Kathakar (Chief Exponent of Sikh Scriptures) by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandak Committee(SGPC) for 50 years of contribution to the Khalsa Panth.

Sant Ji was a strict follower of Gurmat Maryada. He was a learned scholar who was dyed in Naam. He led a life of sewa, simran, katha, kirtan and absolute faith in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Sant Ji left his physical body on 25th May 1994.




Books on talks & dialogues of

Saint Scholar Naranjan Singh Ji:


Divine Mystic Reflections on Gurmat : Vol. 1 compiled by late Dr Harcharanjit Singh


Divine Mystic Reflections on Gurmat : Vol. 2 compiled by late Dr Harcharanjit Singh


Ardaas Kla compiled by Giani Pritpal



Akath Katha compiled by Ms Surjit

Kaur Gandhi Ji


The Miracle of Ardas This is an

 English translation of "Ardaas Kla".


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