This is a rare collection of the divine verses of Guru Nanak and some famous Indian saints of the medieval Bhakti Movement which have not been included Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Guru Arjan Dev at the time of compilation of this sacred Sikh scripture. These verses have been included in another scripture titled "Sarvangi" compiled by saint Dadu in 1661-62. It is a valuable asset in the whole canon of Indian literature. These verses of different saints have been put together because they had a similar spiritual vision of God and gave a similar message to the people of India. These verses are written in a script which is not exactly Devnagri but quite similar to Devnagri. This rare manuscript containing these verses reflects the common fatherhood of god and universal brotherhood of man. The author's brief introduction to each saint adds to the knowledge of the reader. It also reflects how widespread influence Guru Nanak holds over the Indian masses that his divine verses are included in other Indian scriptures as well.