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Description This monthly journal contains a poetic tribute to Guru Nanak, narrates several anecdotes associated with Guru Nanak's life, commentary on Guru Nanak's masterpiece Japuji, and some miscellaneous topics of general import. It is written partly in folklorist poetry and partly in prose. It is meant to be read by devout followers of Guru Nanak. The narrative is appealing to the lay readers. It is steeped in the language of faith and devotion towards Guru Nanak. Its mass appeal is unmistakable[edit]
Keywords Punnian, Full Moon night, Japji, Satnam, Gopal Singh, Bhagwanti, Siana Shagird, Birha, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000717
Author Unknown
Year 1928
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bedi Brij Bhallab Singh
Custodian Nanakshahi
Length 18.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         366
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