Read Dasam Granth in Punjabi on SearchGurbani; Download Dasam Granth in Punjabi by Gobind Sadan (PDF – Baba Virsa Singh – MB). The Dasam Granth (Punjabi: ਸ੍ਰੀ ਦਸਮ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ ਸਾਹਿਬ ਜੀ), historically known as Dasven Padshah Ka Granth (Punjabi: ਦਸਵੇਂ ਪਾਤਸ਼ਾਹ. He had written Teeka (explanation) of many banis of the Dasam Granth. He had a nice grip on most of Banis and interpreted it in the limits of.

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Dasam Granth in Punjabi

Tale of Menlata Tale of Son of a Shah Thus hurmukhi is clear that the compositions in the Dasam Granth were created with the sole aim of promoting truth. And as expected through his inspirational writings the Guru was able to transform the character of the multitudes totally.

Girmukhi of A Jatti Tale of Wife of Ramdas Tale of Praan Mati Tale of Prakrit Mati In this God has been referred to as the source and fountain head from which all avatars have come forth. It is this aspect of their personalities that is of utmost significance to the Guru. In the Akaal Ustat, the Almighty God has been described in all his glory by making use of metaphysical references and the masterful use of imagery.


Dasam Granth – Wikipedia

Tale of Chitarkala Tale of The Wife of a Jat Tale of Mariam Begum Charitropakhyan the character of women and men. Tale of Achla Mati Tale of Rukmani Tale of Kaamkala Tale of Tirdas Kala Perhaps no other writer has so boldly and fearlessly negated caste distinctions, the name of Guru Gobind Singh Ji will always stand out in history for this courageous and bold attack on the caste system.

Includes Chaupai Sikhism hymn of supplication. The writing also is a source of knowledge and wisdom since in it we find elucidated the various kinds of Yagnas that were performed and how they were performed. Tale of Chandra Kala Might or power by itself is blind. Tale of Paschim Devi There are eleven hidayatan or pieces of advice included in the Dasam Granth. Tale of Chhab Maan Mati Tale of Vijay Kumari Tale of Sughar Kumari Tale of Raj Kala Textual Sources for the Study garnth Sikhism.

Tale of Roshan Dimaagh The false belief that some people by virtue of belonging to a particular religion, region, history, culture, colour or creed gurumkhi superior to others is strongly refuted. It has proved itself as a cardinal literary piece in all northern Indian literature for its brilliance, sublimity and majesty. Tale of Abharn Devi Chandi di Var is important prayer among Nihang Sikhs.


Tale of Chhalchhider Kumari Tale of Mrig Raj Mati Tale of Rani Vijay Mati Rudra too fell prey to conceit and suffered for it like Brahma. Tale of Milkmaid Shaahparee Tale of A Clever Woman Tale of Inder Mati It also holds true for the language or diction. The Chandi Charitra follows and in fact is a part of the Bachittar Natak.

Tale of Girl of Kalpi Town Tale of Bichhan Mati These were put together in the present form some time after the guru left this worldly form by Bhai Mani Singh and some other gufmukhi sikhs who were always present in the darbar court of the Guru and had complete knowledge of his writings.

Tale of Bhookhan Devi The first stanza of Chandi di Vaar forms the introductory part of the ardaas, the Sikh prayer. The tale of Shakti Hukam Tale of Rani Mushak Mati While some of the facts included are as per the scriptures, the writer has also used his own imagination to further elaborate on the facts.