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Janamsakhi Sri Guru Nanak Sahib

Description This is one of the several biographies (Janamsakhis) of Guru Nanak the writer of this version in Paira Mokha and the narrator is Bala Sandhu and the listener is Guru Angad Dev. The narrator, being a native of Talwandi Rai Bhoi and life-long associate and devout follower of Guru Nanak, his version of majority of the incidents related to Guru Nanak is authentic. The narration covers almost the whole of Guru Nanak's life from childhood to the end of Guru's life. The language used is colloquial, full of warmth and devotion. It touches the innermost chords of reader's heart. It portrays Guru Nanak as deeply steeped in God's name and a spiritually enlightened divine prophet. It reveals the contextual background of several divine compositions in which these verses were composed and recited by Guru Nanak. This narration of the circumstantial evidence helps the reader to understand the full import of these verses of Guru Nanak[edit]
Keywords Vaid Hairdas, Sri Chand, Lakhmi Das, Mula, Bhai Buddha, Guru Angad Dev, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000948
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         1014
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