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Title Panth Prakash Soorbir Khalsa- Baran Mislan
Description This collection of poetic verses in Punjabi describes the brave deeds of Sikh warriors and the establishment of small Sikh confederacies (Misls) in Punjab in the later 18th and early 19th centuries. The verses written in typical poetic device called "(Baint)" describe the superhuman courage Sikh warriors in their battles with the Mughal armies and Afghan invaders. A Small portion of this volume is devoted to Sikh states and their sovereigns in the Malwa Tract of Punjab. The subject of these verses being chivalry, sacrifice and religious forever, these are ballads in verse written in praise of Sikh heroism. These verses excite feelings of patriotism, religious fervour and spirit of sacrifice for one's faith. These are folklorist in style without much of literary merit. These are meant to be recited among a circle of small rural audience
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