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Description This is a collection of biographical tales about Guru Nanak and the incidents and encounters which occurred during Guru's life. In these tales, the narrator is Bhai Bala, a close companion of Guru Nanak and the listener is Guru Angad Dev. The narration is given in simple colloquial vernacular Punjabi and claims to be an eye-witness account of events. It reflects Guru Nanak's teachings and their everlasting impact on both the contemporary listeners and the readers. It also reflects Guru Nanak's divinity and clarity of views on several fundamental issues of life. It portrays Guru Nanak as a divine prophet, a social reformer and a revolutionary doctrinaire[edit]
Keywords Bebe Nanaki, Sajjan Thug, Mardana, Sultanpur, Bal Gundai, Mula Khatri, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000936
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Custodian Karnail Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         679
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