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Until it was published in , there were only four manuscript copies of the work known to exist. Apart from specialists, very few had heard of it. The author of this work is Kuir Singh, a resident of Mohalla Kamboari of a city, which, in his book, remains unspecified, but which could possibly be Lahore.
He entered the fold of the Khalsa under the influence of Bhai Mani Singh. The practice of using in the text synonyms of the actual name was fairly common amongst medieval Hindi poets. But the terms Kuir Singh employs have no semantic relationship with his name. The entire Gurbilds is written in verse of various forms, including aril, salok, savaiyd, sirkhandi, sorathd, kabii, chaupal, jhuland, tribhangi, dohird, bhujang, rasdval, gid, and nardj.
Out of a total of 2, chhands, 2, arc written in Braj Bhasa and the remaining 37 in Punjabi. The work has a few specimens of prose interspersed in the text which are linguistically very significant. As far his sources of information, the poet seems to have had access to two preceding works. More than that, he has relied on information personally obtained from Bhai Mani Singh.
It is the first work to record details of the early years of his career, of the Sis Bhet episode in the creation of the Khalsa, and the march of the Guru from Chamkaur to Talvandi Sabo. Writing at a time when the Sikhs were engaged in a bitter struggle against the Mughal rulers, he portrays the Guru as a liberator and warrior, and as the guardian angel of the Khalsa ranks. The Gurbilds is not, however, free from faults.
Its dates are often erroneous; for instance, , instead of for the creation of the Khalsa and instead of for the death of Guru Gobind Singh at Nanded. Figures concerning the strength of enemy forces and the casualties suffered by them are grossly exaggerated. The battles of Anandpur are divided into two rounds, the first of which is described as preceding the attacks of Dilawar Khan, Husain Khan and Mirza Beg, which is historically incorrect.
A notable feature of the work is the evidence it furnishes about the martyrdom of BhaT Mani Singh and his companions in Kuir Singh seems to have been an eyewitness and mentions the names of some of the Sikhs who were executed along with Bhai Mani Singh. No other contemporary source contains this information.
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Where was the Sarbat Khalsa? All About Sikhs AllAboutSikhs is a comprehensive web site on sikhism, sikh history and philosophy, customs and rituals,sikh way of life, social and religious movements, art and architecture, sikh scriptures,sikh gurudwaras. According to this book, the first Hukkam Vaak was read by Baba Budha patshaho Guru Arjan standing beside him with folded hands, listening to the Hukkam Vaak. It is likely that he adopted the new name Bishan Singh synonym: Gurbillas is a link for people to read in english who Mata Kaulan was.
Gurbilas Patshahi 10
Ketaur Yes please post it and your thoughts on it. No its just an authors views on the life of Guru Gobind Singh. He entered the fold of the Khalsa under the influence of Bhai Mani Singh. Sign In Sign Up. A notable feature of the work is the evidence it furnishes about the martyrdom of BhaT Mani Singh and his companions in Sign in Already have an account? Gur Bilas Patshahi 10 As far his sources of information, the poet seems to have had access to two preceding works. Its dates are often erroneous; for instance,instead of for the creation of the Khalsa and instead of for the death of Guru Gobind Singh at Nanded.