Banis contained in Bachitra Natak (Dasam Granth)which are actually written by .. There’s no debate about the authenticity of the bani of Guru Gobind Singh ji. The Dasam Granth is a religious text containing many of the texts which is traditionally attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. It is primarily in Braj Bhasha with Awadhi. In reality, Guru Granth Sahib ji is the bani for the whole world, but Dasam Granth is the Granth of Khalsa Panth. It contains the bani basic to the Sikh principles.”.

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Sri Dasam Granth also has details of the wars which Guru GobindSingh Sahib fought, and elevated the weapons to the same level as the embodiment dasma AkalPurakh. Tale of A Brave Woman He shows categorically that the British did not create the Sri Dasam Granth.


Tale of Nirat Mati Tale of Lakhshmani Poet Senapati used words like Sri Kaal, Chandi Sudhari in his poems which means, that these words were part of Sikh hymns of that time. Tale of Rani of Raja Durga Dutt Tale of Bhaanmati Tale of Tarita Prabha Guru Gobind Singh left his holy abode of Nanded, India in Tale of Mangla Devi Tale of Parbeen Rai Posted April 15, Tale of Sehaj Kala Chandi Charitar Ukti Bilas.

Tale of Mehtab Prabha This Rehitnama was written in early 18th Century. Tale of King of Sirmaur Upload or insert images from URL.

Tale of Mani Neel Mati Retrieved from ” https: Tale of King of South This was done on the direct instruction of Mata Sundri and this volume is presently recognized as Sri Dasam Granth Sahib.

Tale of Mahaan Singh Tale of Chitar Manjri Tale of Menlata Tale of Chatar Kala It just starts feeling wrong after a while.

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Tale of Son-in-Law Thief Tale of Taas Beg Tale of Bad Diachhmati Tale of Gainde Khan Tale of A Clever Woman Chaubis Avtar was written by Guru Gobind Singh.


Tale of Paarbati Any one even moderately acquainted with Hindi can tell from the internal evidence of style that Chandi Charitar bnai Bhagauti ki War are grznth by different hands. Tale of Rani Tripuraar Kala Tale of Kaamkandla Tale of A Prostitute bain Tale of Swaran Manjri The Guru excused himself from trying this experiment, deelaring that he was content that his descendants should enjoy the fruits of that tree which he had planted.

Tale of Wife of a Shopkeeper Tale of Jhakhket Mati The mind is easily upset, a bit like an unruly child.

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