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Sri Dasam Granth Sahib: Questions and Answers by Gurinder Singh Mann and Kamalroop Singh. ISBN: Pages: Images: 15 images. 1. STEEK SRI DASAM GRANTH SAHIB JI (ANG 1 - ), MB. 2. STEEK SRI DASAM GRANTH SAHIB JI (ANG - ), MB. 3. STEEK SRI DASAM. 73 KB · PDF. Deprecated: Function eregi_replace() is deprecated in /home2/ sikheesp/public_html/rkknet/downloads/caite.info on line Deprecated.
Search inside document. I accept. In this God has been referred to as the source and fountain head from which all avatars have come forth. Akexandra Aitken is such a high profile case in point. Harnek Singh , subscribers.
The first part is devoted to the praise of the Almighty God. Giving examples from the lives of great personalities as mentioned in the various scriptures about Daan Dharam have been explained to the soul. Written in fifty-five stanzas. And as expected through his inspirational writings the Guru was able to transform the character of the multitudes totally.
In this the stories of twenty-three Avatars of lord Vishnu have been included. Whenever the earth gets weighed down by evil and sin. Ram Krishan. But even the avatars fall prey to their inflated ego hence face the displeasure of God who then sends another avatar. Shaastradhari or those who on the strength of their knowledge fought for right and Kalyankari-these who transformed the world through their good deeds.
In this God has been referred to as the source and fountain head from which all avatars have come forth. Each of these avatars is an expert at martial arts and strategies. On reading these episodes on finds that the various avatars can be categorized under three heads.
Rudra too fell prey to conceit and suffered for it like Brahma. Krishnavatar is the longest followed by Ramavatar and then Nehkalanki avatar. Of these. These are Machch. The references to Brahma are followed by two avatars of Rudra-Dattatreya and Parasnath.
Nar Arjan. It begins by narrating the incidents and experiences of Brahma. Shastradhari or those who took up arms and fought for right. Budh and Nehkalanki. Sastrodharak and Kalidasa. He clearly states and believes that though an avatar has a divine spark in him.
It is this aspect of their personalities that is of utmost significance to the Guru. Guru Gobind Singh Ji has clearly stated his aim for writing this literary piece. Actually Guru Ji wanted to dispel the false belief that there can be different Gods.
While some of the facts included are as per the scriptures. For this he was sent down on earth and it took him ages to rise again in the estimation of God.
Similarly he had to take on the form of two avatars to redeem his mistake. He wanted the people to understand that there is only One God. These were Balmik. The most important point that emerges on reading these compositions is that Guru Ji has not given undue and excessive importance to any avatar.
There are no such references in any of the existing scriptures. God sends down lord Vishnu as an avatar. At the beginning.
Manu Raja. Not incarnated. While the positive roles http: Alongwith these is included a Khayal Patshahi 10 which is believed to be written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji while he was in the jungles of Machhiwara. He has negated the ritualism associated with yoga. Sawaiye and Khalsa Mahima. He always takes care of his followers.
The Transcendent. He is Omniscient. It delineates the glory that is associated with the Khalsa. Without fear. Beyond time. Without hate. In these Guru Ji has given expression to his philosophical and spiritual beliefs.
Self- existent. God as described here is above the limiting descriptions of the Vedas and the puranas. In these compositions. There is no similar writing in existence and it stands out unique for its presentation and theme. While on the one hand the various well-known ancient personalities who used these weapons have been referred to. Guru Ji explains the role of the Khalsa to the priests who had come to perform a yagna.
He says that it is only through the Khalsa that all achievements have been possible for him. Apart from describing the form of the Khalsa. Thus it is clear that the compositions in the Dasam Granth were created with the sole aim of promoting truth.
Katha Sahitya Saagar. It is through these writings that Guru Gobind Singh Ji performed the miraculous transformation of people who had lost all courage and become timid and fearful into lion-hearted warriors who would stand undaunted in the face of any challenge. The letter had such a great affect on Aurangzeb that he realized his mistake and felt such a great remorse that his death followed soon after. These are written in Persian and in the style of the Charitropakhyan and Upakhyan.
Alif Laila. Guru Ji has formulated a very strong value system for the reader. The examples are drawn from the Mahabharata.
The extreme courage that has been displayed by the Guru in addressing the emperor and rebuking him for the wrongs done by him are a proof of his valour and bravery. It was only a great karamyogi like Guru Gobind Singh who could address this issue with such daring. The Glory of the Dasam Granth played by woman as a wife.
Beginning with an invocation each composition ends on a note of request asking for Gods blessings. Brihat Katha.
On reading about the various characters included in this composition one also gets an insight into the culture. It begins by elucidating the extreme bravery and courage of Devi Bhagwati and highlights her various deeds of glory. He very daringly addresses the emperor about the breach of faith. This is followed by the various positive ways in which women contribute to the welfare of their families in particular and society in general. Beginning with the customary invocation to God.
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Search inside document. SikhSangat Books. Pavittar Singh. Amritpal Singh. Sant Sipahi Magazine. Kamalroop Singh. Harkirat Singh. Sikh Texts. Gurinder Singh Mann. Sikh Voice. Nitnem- Taksali Gutka with intro.
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Indian Weekender. Wendi Sia. They have considered manuscript and historical evidence to provide the readers with thoughtful insights on how the scripture should be perceived. This book features: This is one of the first western works on the Sikh scripture other than C. H Loehlin Mann has given lectures internationally and throughout the UK. His lecture focused on the history, compilation and rare manuscripts of the Sri Dasam Granth.
He has written several articles on the Sri Dasam Granth that has been received warmly. His other articles have discussed the history of the Takht Patna Sahib as well issues regarding Sikh heritage. He has been cited in several publications and has worked with museum curators in Sikh exhibitions in the UK, as well as taking active interest in Sikh heritage and preservation issues.
He is currently working on a series of books, which includes Sikh manuscripts, early English translations of Sikh works, as well as working with the co- author of this book on a comprehensive account of Sri Dasam Granth. This groundbreaking work examines previously unknown manuscripts and historical sources, showing how the Sri Dasam Granth was created and compiled.
He has undertaken field-work locating some of the earliest recensions of the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib. Kamalroop Singh has given many lectures and seminars internationally and throughout the UK. He has also worked closely with museum curators in the area of Sikh manuscripts. The author is working on various projects, including a critical examination of the Sarabloh Granth. Since , he takes annual leave to spend time researching in India.
Research suggests that this number was more than 52 and possibly over , as the rest of the poets were part-time visitors to the Court, whilst 52 stayed with the Guru on a permanent basis. The poets under instruction of the Guru translated many works and i wrote translations including the Hitopedesha and various portions of the Mahabharat.
It is important to note that we do not find any praise in Dasam Granth to Guru Gobind Singh, which clearly suggests that the Guru was the writer of the compositions. Some poets also started their renditions praising the Gods and Goddesses, while the Guru praises Akal Purakh in the form of the Sword.
While the Guru writes: I do not invoke Ganesha in the beginning and I also do not meditate on Krishna and Vishnu; I have only heard about them and I do not recognize their authority; my consciousness is absorbed at the feet of the Supreme Akal Purakh. The Adhiyatam Prakash by Kavi Sukhdev. Kavi Sukhdev was a Court-poet of the Tenth Guru. The Guru dictated his poetry to the scribes, which is clear from examining the first recension birh of Dasam Granth, the Anandpuri birh.
He also wrote some portions of the major compositions in Dasam Granth in his own hand, like the Charitrapakhyan and Bachitra Natak. We have no pothi book from any poet of the Guru claiming to have written compositions of the Dasam Granth. If we look at this primary evidence there is positive indication that Guru Gobind Singh was the author of Dasam Granth.
What are some of the popular Shabads recited from Dasam Granth?