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Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Chapter Index : ਸ੍ਰੀ ਦਸਮ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ ਸਾਹਿਬ :-

It was designed to be heard, so there is considerable repition, and a variety of meteres to hold the attention. In these compositions, the false hoods of people who masquerade as saints have been exposed. Not based on any Purana, but an independent narrative. In these places, its meanings are being explained and hukamnama holy commandment for the congregation is also being taken from the scripture.

Tale of Rani Vijay Mati Tale of Daughter of Raja Vijay Singh This is followed by the various positive ways in which women contribute to the welfare of their families in particular and society in general.

Tale trnslation Bhaanmati Tale of Runrang Kumari The Jaap Sahib has evolved as the product of extensive reflection, cogitation and deliberation through moments of awe and reverence experienced by Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

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If the Gurus have written about the good things in a mans heart and the good things he can achieve then it follows that they can and must write about the seedier side of life and existence also. I do not worship Krishna or Vishnu. Tale of Sehaj Kala Tale of A Weaver He has also created good people, Sants, Mahapursh, Rishis, Munies, people with goodness in their hearts.

It is through these writings that Guru Gobind Singh Ji performed the miraculous transformation of people who punjxbi lost all courage and become timid and fearful into lion-hearted warriors who would stand undaunted in the face of any challenge. The opening passage of the Akal Ustat eulogy to God makes no mistake as to whose protection Guru Ji seeks.

Tale of Wife of Mittar Singh Tale of Rani of Raja Durga Dutt This composition is in the form sawaiye-an Indian metre of one and a quarter line.

Guru Sahib Ji wrote about them i the language of the people drawing from the mythological lore current at that time.

Tale of Rani Birha Manjri Tale of Rganth Brave Woman Tale of Maha Kunwar Tale of Rani Kinnar Mati Sri Harkrishan be meditated upon whose mere glimpse removes all sorrows. Tale of Four Thieves This Granth contains the background of creation of Khalsa Panth.

Tale of Apsra Mati Tale of Roshan Aara Tale of Gajgaah Mati Tale of Rustam Kala Tale of Valan Devi Jaap meditation Pages 1 to 32 Tranzlation 1 2. Tale of Gumaan Mati Tale of Mrig Raj Mati Although the manuscripts of these writings vranth lost in the River Sirsa, hand written copies of all these important works were collected and compiled in the form of the Dasam Granth, Initially the compilation was referred to as “Bachittar Natak Granth”, later it come to be referred to as “Dasvey Patshah da Granth”.


I do not recognise them. He always takes care of his followers. Tale of Noor Bibi Shastradhari or those who took up arms and fought for right, Shaastradhari or those who on the strength of their knowledge fought for right and Kalyankari-these who transformed the world daswm their good deeds.

Dasam Granth in Punjabi

Tale of Naadira Bano Tale of Zainabadi Tale of King of Sirmaur Tale of Nal Damwanti Tale of Chanchala Devi Mani Singh makes his humble prostration at the holy feet of his venerable mother. Tale of A Wise Friend The Chandi Charitra follows and in fact is a punjab of the Bachittar Natak.

Another outstanding feature of the Jaap Sahib is the beautiful and amazing manner in which worship and might merge together. Tale of Khanjan Devi