Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Gurbilas Patshahi Dasvee [10] was written in CE by Koer Singh and covers the history of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The following passage are some. its a great piece of work and the first granth which talks about the salok from the Salok Mahalla 9 of the Guru Granth Sahib Ji actually being recited by Sri Guru.

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The Five Rehats – Gurbilas Patshahi 10

There’s a stereotype that we go bustling and charging into battle at the slightest instigation; shoot first, ask questions later. Kuir Singh seems to have been an eyewitness and mentions the names of some of patsshahi Sikhs who were executed along with Bhai Mani Singh. But what I’m warning against is dancing to the beat of someone else’s drum. Display as a link instead.

That’s where my belief that we should pick our battles comes into play. The work has a few specimens of prose interspersed in the text which are linguistically very significant. Anyone pagshahi any further info on this?

You are commenting pwtshahi a guest. By savalakhsingh Started 1 hour ago. There are many errors patsyahi it however also useful information.

The nindaks from the sangh sabha international have stated that only the Mahals of the Guru’s were addressed as Mata? In another topic Pappiman asked how many GP6 there were and I had thought there was only one. Already have an account? I’m referring to generalities: You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.


Gur Bilas Patshahi 10 – SikhBookClub

Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. This granth was discussed a little in “Sri Gur Sobha” but I feel needs a topic of it’s own. More than that, he has relied on information personally obtained from Bhai Mani Singh. Posted April 6, Forgive the poet for the mistakes. There are loads of copies on the net under the punjab digital library.

Here’s the screen shot for everyone to read: Posted March 27, Posted December 27, Here is a link for people to read in english who Mata Kaulan was. Here is a screen shot of the opening part to the sakhi of Mata Kaulan.

No other contemporary source contains this information. The battles of Anandpur are divided into two rounds, the first of which is described as preceding the attacks of Dilawar Khan, Husain Khan and Mirza Beg, which is historically incorrect. Posted April 9, That’s how discussions are started, and it’s a good thing on gufbilas whole. The Gurbilas has been available to purchase from the Patiala University fince the 90’s.

Gurbilas Patshahi Dasvi

Its a janam sakhi of Guru Gobind Singhs life. Posted December 31, Figures concerning the strength of enemy forces and the casualties suffered by them are grossly exaggerated. Reply to this topic Mata Nanki took her as her child.


Until it was published inthere were only four manuscript copies of the work known to exist.

Walking towards Mata Pztshahi she went and greeted Her. Thereafter, all Sikh places of worship came to be known as gurdwaras. The Gurbilas Patshahi Chevin usually has three different authors attributed to it. The entire Gurbilds is written in verse of various forms, including aril, salok, savaiyd, sirkhandi, sorathd, kabii, chaupal, jhuland, tribhangi, dohird, bhujang, rasdval, gid, and nardj.

Gur Bilas Patshahi 10

I’ve read very little from this book but I remember that I found the poetry quite beautiful. Yes please post it and your thoughts on it. Sign in Already have an account? Kam, it’s good to see you back bro. In this connection the scribe mentioned the name of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his firman or the order of the demolition of Sarai Nur.

The author of this work is Kuir Singh, a resident of Mohalla Kamboari of a city, which, in his book, remains unspecified, but which could possibly be Lahore.