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Description This collection of ballads containing four episodes - three about Guru Nanak and one about Guru Har Gobind highlight the spiritual powers of two Sikh Gurus. Since ballads are meant to be both inspiring and instructive, these ballads are sung at large Sikh congregations. The author has used all the prevalent popular poetic device of Punjabi poetry and folk songs. Use of these devices makes their singing captivating and saves them from being monotonous and sermonizing. The readers /audience are held spell-bound through the rendering of different melodies and tunes. The ballads are appealing to the heart, melodious to the ear and inspirational to the faith of audiences in Sikh Gurus. Indirectly, it propagates Sikh religion among the masses[edit]
Keywords Guru Nanak, Wali Kandhari, Sajjan Thug, Mata Sulakhni, Bidhi Chand, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000906
Author Sohan Singh, Bhai
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Chatar Singh Jiwan Singh, Sri Amritsar
Custodian Karnail Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         112
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