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Breaking Developments - More proof that Dasam Granth existed 300 years ago

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Waheguru

This is great news and the 'Punjab Digital Library' needs to be given thanks for acting so fast on getting it digitized. Cant wait till its available to read on their website.

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Anandpuri beer of Dasam granth sahib was compiled in 1698 AD and is still there.It is in private hands and is held secret

by enemies of panth.

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All theories against Dasam granth sahib is a vicious propaganda. Two beers of Dasam Granth were compiled in Guru sahibs time.

The year was 1698 and beers are called Anandpuri beer and Beer patna. So these thugs who say Dasam Granth sahib was introduced by British are touts of anti sikh agencies.

A separate manuscript of chartropakhayan dating to 1721 is lying in university library of PUnajb university.

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when Mahraj Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji left for Sachkhand a short while later to muslims were imprisoned, though they were innocent. They did Chaupai Sahib jaap and Mahraj came and took them out of jail.

Many stories of the mehma of Chaupai Sahib which is written in which chapter of Dasam Granth ??? i better not say it as i dont wish to offend Dasam Granth haters

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Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh

The Sri Dasam Granth Sahib saroop at Aurangabad is not a new discovery.

I came across it some years ago and Dr Kamalroop Singh also has written about the manuscript in his PHD.

We discuss the manuscript in our forthcoming book: The Granth of Guru Gobind SIngh: Essays, lectures and Translations.

Panjab Digital Library has digitized many important Sri Dasam Granth Saroops over the last few years none of these are available on their website

I had to go to Chandigarh to look at the pictures in their offices

Gurinder

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Anandpuri beer of Dasam granth sahib was compiled in 1698 AD and is still there.It is in private hands and is held secret

by enemies of panth.

Bhai Sahib who holds this beerd?

Was it taken during the 1984 Ghallughara by the indian govnt?

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Singh jeo,

This beer was looted during evacuation of Anandpur sahib. Ultimately it was bought by a sikh family in Bombay.From there

it is said to be brought to Chandigarh but the owner is not known as it is held in secret.

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Panjab Digital Library has digitized many important Sri Dasam Granth

Saroops over the last few years none of these are available on their

website

I had to go to Chandigarh to look at the pictures in their offices

Gurinder singh ji

It is good that PDL is digitizing sikh literature. But their attitude towards Guru Gobind singh's bani is not encouraging.They are same people who are controlling SIKHRI.

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I agree with you guys. In India, you never know who is actually someone you can trust, and who is not.

Indian mentality is very clever, tricky, cunning and fake a lot of times.

I've looked around the internet for organizations which digitalize old manuscripts. They all seem to have a sense of ego and competition attached to themselves.

Sadly, I have not come across even one organization which gives 100% transparency.

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Singh jeo,

This beer was looted during evacuation of Anandpur sahib. Ultimately it was bought by a sikh family in Bombay.From there

it is said to be brought to Chandigarh but the owner is not known as it is held in secret.

I see, this is really sad.

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Vah Jee Vah!! the restored Bir looks so beautiful. May Guru Jee bless these people with preserving more of our heritage like this.

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The Anandpuri bir in the pictures in not the Anandpuri Bir of Dasam Granth Sahib. That is a different birh.

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