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Hindu Christian FaqirModern Monks, Global Christianity, and Indian Sainthood$

Timothy S. Dobe

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Government Records

  • India Office Records, Oriental and India Office Collection (OIOC), British Library, London

    • Madras Political and Secret Files (MPSF)

    • Punjab Political and Secret Files (PPSF)

  • National Archives of India (NAI), New Delhi

    • Home Department, Public Proceedings

Archival Materials

  • Depositum Heiler, Universitätsbibliotek, Marburg, Germany

  • Uppsala University, Nathan Soderblom Collection, Uppsala, Swedent. (NSC)

  • Hosten, Works of Father Hosten, Sadhu Sundar Singh Collection, vols. 30–37, Vidyajyoti Library, New Delhi

  • United Theological College, Bangalore

    • Various Private Collections—Sadhu Sundar Singh (VPC SSS)

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