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Singh, Sadhu Sundar

(1889–1929?). B. a Sikh (see Sikhs) at Rampur, near Ludhiana North Punjab, NW India; became Christian under Presb. influence; began preaching; went to Sabathu; bap. 1905; donned saffron robe of a sadhu (Skt. “straight”), or “holy man,” in an attempt to help make Christianity acceptable to others; miss. Punjab (including Rampur), Kashmir, Baluchistan, Afghanistan, Tibet; disappeared on 1929 trip to Tibet.


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