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Tale of Aligunj Mati Tale of Surta Devi Tale of Rani Suchhab Wati Tale of Vidhiya Mati This composition has two main divisions.
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Tale of Kanchan Prabha However, it does employ the use of dialogues and verse form. Kabyo Baach Bentee Chaupai.
The aim of writing this piece was to inspire the common man to rise up against the tyrannical rulers of the time and to fight and sacrifice all they had for their freedom. His vision, creation the Khalsa and his literary writing all have a common link that binds them together. Tale of Ram Singh Jat This is a historic document sent by guru Gobind Singh Ji to Aurangzeb.
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Tale of Puhap Mati Tale of Rani Tripuraar Kala Tale of Rani Udginder Prabha The extended similes and comparisons are so lucid and clear that the reader gets riveted to what he is reading. In these Guru Ji has given expression to his philosophical and spiritual beliefs. Tale of Sajul Devi Gian Prabodh the awakening of knowledge Pages to Chapter 6 7. The mood is essentially forceful and fierce. Tale of Chanchala Tale of Daropdhi Org Yes, I enjoy this website and would like to support it!
The style is lucid and clear leading to a vivid and true presentation of the theatre of war. The opposing states have also joined hands with them.
Finally, when he was successful in pleasing God, he was told that he would have to go down to earth and take the form of seven avatars. Tale of Jag Joban Devi Tale of Mrig Nainee The attributes and qualities of God delineated herein are based on the transcendental nature of God, He who is without attributes as in the ideology of Nirgunwad.
Krishan also got strength from You and thus threw down Kansa by his hair. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The entire description follows the tradition of gurbani and elucidates the main ideas that are presented within it. As can be seen from this opening passage that Guru Gobind Singh Ji draws all his strength and inspiration from the one formless God, Akal Purkh. Even writers during times of Gurus and later tried to follow same writing style as followed by Guru Gobind Singh.
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