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Description Bhai Mani Singh's position among the Sikh martyrs is considered supreme and foremost. He not only filled the vacuum after Guru Gobind Singh's death and worst persecution of the Sikhs in the 18th century, but also sacrificed his life for the fundamental human right of religious freedom. The present poetic ballad celebrates the sacrifice and contribution of Bhai Mani Singh. Written in Braj Bhasha, this narrative is based on the bits and pieces of information collected by the author about Bhai Mani Singh's life. Giani Garja Singh, in his detailed information, clears the controversy about the true identity of Bhai Mani Singh.[edit]
Keywords Mani Singh, Hussaini Khan, Amrit, Ramsar, Sangat Singh, Bandhayee, Mata Sundri, Khan Bahadur, Bhupat Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001006
Author Sewa Singh
Year 1961
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Punjabi Sahit Academy
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         142
 
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