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Janam Sakhi Babe Nanak Ji Ki

Description This volume contains one of the most ancient versions of "Janamsakhi" edited by a British scholar M. McAuliffe. It is also known as Hafizabad wali Janamsakhi. The editor has edited the old manuscript and added and subtracted certain words and phrases by comparing this version with author copy of a similar Janamsakhi known as Walayat wali Janamsakhi. This version is one of the primary sources of Sikh history and makes a valuable reference for researchers and scholars. The editor has made the sentences easier to read by separating the old construction which clubs all the words in a sentence together with a long line overhead. It is one of the pioneering works on Guru Nanak's life.[edit]
Keywords Kalu, Pandha, Lakhmi Das, Sri Chand, Vaid, Mardana, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001575
Year 1885
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Gulshan Panjab Press Rawalpindi
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 24.3
Breadth 15.8
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         310
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