Dasam Granth Veechar Gosti | G.Ranjeet Nagar Kanpur | Bhai Gurpreet Singh California vs Anti Dasam Granth People | 15 August 2016


Live Gurmat ਚੜਦੀਕ Dasam Granth veechar Gosti 15 august 2016 G.Ranjeet Nagar Kanpur with Doubtfull people and Bhai Gurpreet Singh California .
Awesome Discussion and answers by Bhai saheb ji

The Sri Dasam Granth is attributed to have been written by Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708). However, there is great debate over various portions of the scriptures

Many questions are raised about Dasam Granth Sahib and often these cast doubt in to the average Sikhs mind. This talk casts a critical eye at the accusations commonly made.Much of the information is from respected Punjabi speakers like Giani Sher Singh ji and Sardar Gurcharan Singh Lamba from Vancouver. This talk is within the “Not just the basics” playlist in our channel. Talk was given at celebrations for Prakash Divas of Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji organised by the Nihang Singh Jathas in the UK at Gurdwara Nanaksar Thaat in Wolverhampton. Many thanks for their invitation.

The History of Dasam (tenth) Guru’s compositions (bani) begins with the time when these compositions were verbally spoken, composed and compiled by Guru Gobind Singh. These compositions in the form of booklets and Granths were created over various periods of the Guru’s life. Later (after 1708), they were combined in the form of the present-day granth or single volume by Bhai Mani Singh Khalsa, with help of other Khalsa brothers. This was done on the direct instruction of Mata Sundri and this volume is presently recognized as Sri Dasam Granth Sahib.

 From historical books, Rehitnamas, old manuscripts and oral traditions of various Sampardas (sections of Sikhs), it can be observed that the Sikhs had access to these compositions which they studied, discussed and understood these compositions during Guru Gobind Singh’s lifetime and after his demise in 1708.

These compositions include most of the important sections of the present-day Dasam granth namely, Jaapu Sahib, Akal Ustat, Bachitar Natak, Chandi Charitar, Chandi Di Var, Gyan Prabodh, Chaubis Avtar, Thirty-Three Swayyas, Sawaiye, Shashtar Nam Mala, Ath Pakh-yaan Charitar Likh-yatay and Zafarnamah.
Many historical sources from the early 17th century contain various lines, hymns and the same names used by the Guru in his compositions. Guru Gobind Singh’s voice, his personal style of poetry is clearly evident, as these authors composed their books using the same Chands and Meters in which Guru Gobind Singh composed his compositions.

Related Dasam Granth :- http://khalsaforce.in/qa-you-will-never-question-on-dasam-granth-after-seeing-these-audio-and-video

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