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Sri Guru Nanak Prakash utraradh

Description This is second volume consists of ancient Punjabi verses describing incidents related to Guru Nanak's travels and his meetings with people from diverse ways of life. Each meeting ends with a sermon by Guru Nanak on good conduct, renunciation of human vices and need for meditation. Written in archaic poetic diction known as "Braj Bhasha", these verses reflect Guru Nanak's spiritual enlightenment and divine status. Majority of the incidents are based on "Janamsakhis", but their narration in verse makes these incidents more interesting and captivating for the reader. They evoke feelings of faith and devotion towards Guru Nanak's profound spiritual knowledge. The poet has successfully used all the contemporary poetic devices. That speaks volumes for his craftsmanship[edit]
Keywords Duni Chand, Kurukshetra, Bal Kandhari, Sidhs, Babar, Bal Gundai, Bhai Buddha, Sri Angad ji, Baghdad, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000930
Author Santhok Singh
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Rai Sahib Munshi Gulab Singh & Sons
Custodian Karnail Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         294
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