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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of Ath Sri Gur BhagatMal Granth Steek
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Description This seems to be a commentary on the ancient text "Bhagat Mal", written by an Udassi Saint. Its interpretation is heavily loaded with references and parallels from Hindu mythology though the main subject is life and spiritual voyage of ten Sikh Gurus. Naturally, it contradicts some of basic tenets of Sikh Guru's teachings and Sikh ideology. The language used is a mixture of Hindi and Punjabi though the script used is Gurmukhi. Some of the pages are portions are missing from the text.[edit]
Keywords Guru Nanak, Gobind Hari, Ganka, Vasdev, Gajinder, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001178
Author Sant Lal Hari Narotam
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Sri Gurmat Press Amritsar
Custodian Gurtej Singh, Ex. IAS
Length 28.0
Breadth 18.5
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         638
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