Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Text And Translation – Volume II. by www. Usage Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs The Dasam Granth connotes “The Book of the Tenth Guru” of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Gobind Singh, a great reformer, litterateur, spiritual leader and unparalleled. Sri Dasam Granth Sahib- Text and Translation [J. Singh, D. Singh] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Tale of Vidhiya Mati The earliest surviving full manuscript of the Dasam Granth dates totranlsation although it appears not to have been publicly available.

Tale of Bang Devi Tale of Puhap Prabha Tale of Makrachh Mati Tale of Lahore Mati Tale of Bir Mati Tale of Pohap Wati Tale of A Brave Woman Although the compositions of the Dasam Granth are widely accepted to be penned by Guru Gobind Singh there are some that still question the translaation of the Dasam Granth.

Tale ttanslation Bhaag Mati Tale of Wife of Ramdas Tale of Lal Mati Tale of Rani Ishaq Mati Following this is the Gyan Parbodh, or awakening of knowledge; the Shabad Hazare; franslation called savaiye singular savaiyawhich are hymns in praise of God and reprobation of idolatry and hypocrisy; the Shastar Nam Translatin, a list of offensive and defensive weapons used in the Guru’s time with special reference to the attributes of the Creator; the Kabiovach Bainti Chaupai, which will “absolve the suffering, pain or fear of the person, who will even once recite this Bani”; [ citation needed ] the Zafarnamahcontaining the Tenth Guru’s epistle to the emperor Aurangzeb; and hikayat s, Persian language metrical tales.


Tale of Rani Suchhab Wati Tale of Roshan Aara Tale of Bairam Thief Tale of Rani Tripuraar Kala Tale of Daughter of Raja Vijay Singh Shabad Hazare ten shabads Tale of Radhika Chandi Charitar Ukti Bilas. Tale of Pachham Devi It is written primarily in Braj Bhashawith AwadhiHindustaniPunjabi and Persian compositions written almost entirely in the Gurmukhi script except for the FatehnamaZafar Nama and Hikayat yranslation, which are in the Persian alphabet.

Tale of Habsh Mati Tale of Naagar Mati Tale of Bitan Mati Tale of Manmohan Devi Tale of Miradhaas Mati Tale of Rani Taanbar Kala Tale of Hingla Devi It contains the Jaap Sahib, the Akal Ustat or praise of the Creator and the Bachittar Natakwhich gives an account of the Translwtion parentage, his divine mission and the battles in which he had been engaged. Tale of Raja Roopeshwar All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from March Use dmy dates from March Tale of Maanmati and Bipan Prabha Tale of Vijay Kunwar Tale of Rani Bir Kala Tale of Margaj Devi Tale of Runrang Kumari Tale of Rani Bhog Mati Tale of Fateh Mati Tale of Wife of Mittar Singh