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Mehtab Singh was successful in putting Massa Ranghar to an ignoble death and hence the volume was preserved as it now is. Moreover, a single man's point of view should not have prevailed, -especially of a military hero, or even a Jathedar in search of martyrdom, in preference to the viewpoint of the theologians and sri dasam granth sahib ji who were still discussing the point.

Several recensions of this volume are now current, some of which contain some extra hymns also.


Though it is a pity that the text of the Dasam Granth has yet to be fixed sri dasam granth sahib ji scholars and theologians, it is our considered opinion that the secular portion of what is now available in print is also the creation of the Guru himself, not only because of the internal evidence of style and diction, but also because the secular portion, including Charitro-pakhyan does not, by any chance, contradict the Guru's philosophy of a full-blooded, though detached life in all its manifestations.

A supreme artist that the Guru was, he could not ignore to write about the seamy side of life, though he does not commend it anywhere.

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To pick up on the Guru's extensive use of Hindu mythology, or the praises of Krishna's scintillating play on the flute, or the most sensitive portrayal of feminine beauty and charm, the inclusion of certain erotic scenes, or how, in the days of Ramayana, sri dasam granth sahib ji Kashatryas worshipped the Brahmins, of the call of the heroes in some of the Hikiyats to bring them a cup of intoxicating wine, etcand to disso-ciate the Guru from their authorship would be the height of artistic sacrilege.

The Guru who, in his Akal Ustat whose authorship anyhow is beyond doubt can write this about God: And was it not Guru Nanak who said '0 God, wondrous are those who tread Thy path and wondrous are those who are strayed away.

It is very difficult however, for puny, hide-bound minds to sri dasam granth sahib ji this grandeur of spiritual and aesthetic vision. At present there is considerable controversy surrounding the authorship of parts of the collection of the writings of Guru Gobind Singh, the Dasam Granth.


The history of this scripture is as follows: The writings of the poets in his court comprise a different scripture, known as Vidiya Sar "Pool of Knowledge". According to a famous history of the Sikhs written inSuraj Prakash "Rising of the Sun"52 scholar-poets and 7 pandits always lived in sri dasam granth sahib ji court of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Sri Dasam Granth Sahib of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib

The writings of the poets were written on paper in fine script, and according to Suraj Prakash, the weight of this Vidiya Sar was "9 maunds. During this sri dasam granth sahib ji, the Guru's possessions, including both the Dasam Granth and Vidiya Sar, were carried away by the strong current of the flooding Sarsa stream.

However, in those days it was customary to make copies of Guru Gobind Singh's writings and the writings of the poets. In addition to the 52 poets and 7 pandits, 39 scribes had lived in Guru Gobind Singh's court.

Because of the faith sri dasam granth sahib ji his devotees, copies of Guru Gobind Singh's writings always exceeded those of the poets, and these copies were kept safely with many devotees.

After Guru Gobind Singh left his mortal body inreligious-minded people began trying to take care of his writings.

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Any one even moderately acquainted with Hindi can tell from the internal sri dasam granth sahib ji of style that Chandi Charitar and Bhagauti ki War are translations by different hands. Some others dispute the claim of the authorship, saying that some of the compositions included in Dasam Granth such as Charitropakhyan are "out of tune" with other Sikh scriptures, and must have been composed by other poets.

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Historical writings[ edit ] The following are historical books after the demise of Guru Gobind Singh which mention that the compositions in the present Dasam Granth was written by Guru Gobind Singh: Structure[ edit ] The length of the printed version of Dasam Granth is pages.

Next come three abridged compositions of the wars of Durgacalled Chandiwith demons Chandi Chritras: Following this is the Gyan Parbodh, or awakening of knowledge; the Shabad Hazare; quatrains called savaiye singular savaiyawhich are hymns in praise of God and reprobation of idolatry and hypocrisy; the Shastar Nam Mala, a list of offensive and defensive weapons used in the Guru's time with special reference to sri dasam granth sahib ji attributes of the Creator; the Kabiovach Bainti Chaupai, which will "absolve the suffering, pain or fear of the person, who will even once recite this Bani";[ citation needed ] the Zafarnamahcontaining the Tenth Guru's epistle to the emperor Aurangzeb; and hikayats, Persian language metrical tales.

These are the compositions included in Dasam Granth: Compositions in Dasam Granth.