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Sadhu Sundar Singh

(c. 1889—1929)


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(1889–c.1929),

Indian Christian and mystic. Born of wealthy Sikh parents, he was converted and baptized in the C of E in 1905. He donned the robe of a Sadhu (i.e. ‘holy man’) in an attempt to present Christianity in a Hindu form. He travelled widely in India and tried to evangelize Tibet. In CW, feast day, 19 June.

Subjects: Christianity.


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