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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Tale of Bivaas Mati Tale of Achhal Devi Tale of Shah of Gujarat Although the compositions of the Dasam Granth are widely accepted to be penned by Guru Gobind Singh there are some that still question the authenticity of the Dasam Granth.

He invokes the blessings of the Almighty God thus. Instead of getting caught up in petty trivialities of life, one should reach out to this All-benevolent God in pure love so as to gain spiritual insight into the reality of God.

Dwsam of Sheel Manjari These were put together in the present form some time after the guru left this worldly form by Bhai Mani Singh and some other leading sikhs who were always present in the darbar court of the Guru and had complete knowledge of his writings.

Tale of Tilik Manjri Tale of Rani Garbhwati Jaap Sahib, given place of prominence in the Dasam Granth is the invocation made by the khalsa-a hymn in praise of the omnipotent God.


Tale of Sadda Kumari Tale of Raj Kala Tale of Gohraan Raae Tale of Jal Jaachh But even the avatars fall prey to their inflated ego hence face the displeasure of God who then sends another avatar. Any one even moderately acquainted with Hindi can tell from the internal evidence of style that Chandi Kn and Bhagauti ki War are translations by different hands.

Tale of Vijay Kumari Rudar Avtar incarnation of Shiv Tale of Kokila Mati Tale of Udhaypuri Begum Tale of Gaan Kala Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji had refuted and refused to accept all adynamic, parochial, and inhuman religious practices.

While on one hand the form and shape of the Almighty God as portrayed in Gurbani have been further honed and highlighted, on the other hand there is an elaboration and embellishment of it. In place of these he encouraged religious practices that upheld the universal good and well being.

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

Tale of Surta Devi Tale of Muni Raj Mati Tale of Angana Devi Part of a series on. Tale of Gur,ukhi Kala Tale of Nand Mati Tale of Bilaas Devi Tale of Anand Wati The answers are all within.

Tale of King of Sirmaur Grantn of Kala Kunwar Tale of Rani Tripuraar Kala Tale of Madh Mokal Devi Tale of Son-in-Law Thief Gjrmukhi of Rustam Devi Tale of Chhattar Devi Tale of Ram Singh Jat Hymns from the Dasam Granth. More in the form of a dictionary in verse, this composition includes the description of the various weapons used in warfare.


In these Guru Ji has given expression to his philosophical and spiritual beliefs.

Dasam Granth in Punjabi

Following this is the Gyan Parbodh, or awakening of knowledge; the Shabad Hazare; quatrains called savaiye singular savaiyawhich are hymns in praise of God and reprobation of idolatry and hypocrisy; the Shastar Nam Mala, 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 ainotma The third piece of writing associated with the portrayal of Chandi is called Chandi di Vaar. Tale of Wife of Mittar Singh 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. Tale of Sahib Devi Tale of Laadam Kunwar and Suhaag Devi