This poetic composition in Brajbhasha diction written by a Sikh Nirmala sect saint-poet narrates the need for inculcating Indian moral and spiritual values through illustrations from Hindu mythology. The verse is lyrical, appealing, scriptural in diction which is communicative and fluent. It also reflects the influence of Hindu mythology on Sikh psyche but also reflects the composite Indian heritage.
Ravan, Gaulam Naar, Updes, Trikuti, Harji, Punn, Sukh, 
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