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Sodi Meharvan Da Jeewan Te Sahit

Description This volume contains a biographical account and literature written by Sodhi Meharvan, who was one of the descendants of Guru Ramdas in the 17th century. He is a prominent writer of his times and his written a significant body of literature including a "Granth", prose writings, poems, a Punjabi dictionary and Guru Nanak's biography known as "Janamsakhi". But his compositions did not find a place in the sacred Guru Granth Sahib, his compositions project a personality cult apart from his biography of Guru Nanak and other Indian saints. The author's account of this descendent is informative, critical and objective.[edit]
Keywords Sodhi Pirthi Chand, Guru Arjan Dev, Hargobind, Hehar, Sodhi Vansh, Janamsakhi, Sahitak Sewa, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001193
Author Shemsher Singh
Year 1968
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bhai Faqir Singh & Sons Amritsar
Custodian Man Singh Nirankari, Dr.
Length 19.0
Breadth 12.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         110
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