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Guryu Gobind Singh Ji, tenth Guru of the Sikhs, a true millitary and portic genius; founder and spiritual father of the Khalsa or pure ones.Guru Gobind singh ji wielded both the sword and pen effectively. Guru ji used his pen to praise the God almighty and his sword to uproot evil and spread righteousness.Guru Gobind singh Ji sacrificed his entire household to uphold righteousness.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji's prose awakens the soul from the deep slumber of maya and infuses heroic spirit into the downtrodden masses.. Guru Gobind Singh Ji states that " I only speak what the Lord God instructs me to.Nor do I fear anyone" Bacchittar natak Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji.

Guru Gobind Singh ji was a great scholar himself . 52 poets worked in Guru Ji's court. Poets were respected by Kings. Guru Gobind Singh ji appreciated the works of scholarly poets whose works reflected high moral values and rewarded them with gold coins. Guru Gobind Singh ji used his prose rto awaken the sleepng cowardly nation.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji offered refuge to those who fled the Mughal Emperors court. Diwan Nand Lal Goya fled the Emperor aurangzebs court out of ear of compulsory conversion to islam.

Anadpur Sahib or the city of bliss became a centre of millitary excellence as weall as flourishing as a litterary school. The work of guru ji's poets wetre included in a Granth or recension known as vidiya sagar which was lost to the river Sirsa on Guru Ji's forced departure from Sri Anadpur Sahib in 1704. Later on , the Sikhs gathered as much litterature as they could from what remained.

It must be noted that the first recension of Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji or the Adi granth was compiled by Sri Guru arjan Dev Ji and installed at Sri Harimandir Sahin in 1704.

The Final recension of Sahib Sri Guru Granth sahib ji known as the Damdami Bir or final recension was declared to be the etrnal living Guru or Shabad Guru of the Sikhs hereafter at Takhat Sri Hazoor Sahib Abchal Nagar Nanded in October 1708 before Guru Gobind singh Jis demise.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji finalisedthe Damdami version of Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji at Sabo Ki talwandi Sri Damdam Sahib and added the gurubani of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadhur Ji .Guru Ji dictated the entire Guru Granth Sahib to two scholars Baba Depp Singh Ji and Bhai Mani Singh jI from his divine intuition because Guru Gobind Singh jI's uncle refused to handover the Adi Granth.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji's compositions are included in Sri Dasam Granth Sahib which include Jaap Sahib, Akaal ustaat, Bachittar Natak, Chandi chariitar etc.

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