As the title suggests, it is a biography-cum-explanatory treatise on the life and philosophy of Guru Nanak. But the author has dwelt more upon the graphic detail of the incidents and travels of Guru Nanak than on his philosophy, vision and message. Although the book is meant to be read by the masses, its diction and sentence-construction is quite complex. The sentences are very lengthy, long-winded and at times a single sentence runs into a paragraph. As for the contents, it covers all the important incidents of Guru Nanak's life and brings out their relevance as well.
Khara Sauda, Sultanpur, Udassis, Jagan Nath, Mian Mitha, Baghdad, Babar, Katak, Vaisakh, 
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