Darbari Rattan Translation

Translating the Book about Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Renaissance Darbar of Anandpur Sahib (written originally by Piara Singh Padam).

Spotlight on Bhai Raam Koer Ji (Bhai Gurbaskh Singh Ji)

Bhai Raam Koer Ji were a steadfast Sikh from the

Likhari's: Ram-Rai, Seethal Singh Bahuroopia, Raushan Singh, Paakhar Mal, Bhai Shee[n]haa[n] Singh, Raam Singh, Chhounaa Singh, Bulaakaa Singh, & Saahib Singh

To read the introduction on the Likhari's &

Likhari’s: Baal Gobind, Fateh Chand, Nihaalaa, Baalaa, Dharbaaree Chhotaa, Gharbaaree Singh, Dharbaaree Singh, & Haridaas

To read the introduction on the Likhari's &

Introduction to Guru Sahib's Scribes, Clerks, Secretaries...

Apart from Guru Sahib’s Patronage to Authors, Poets, Scholars, and Translates... Maharaj also had Scribes to be able to physically write the texts, proofreading, making copies, publishing, among other writing related tasks.

Writings of Kavi Gopaal Ji (Read Anbhau Oulaas!)

Anbhou Oulaas by Kavi Gopaal Ji

Writings of Kavi Fath-Mull Ji

In older handwritten accounts of the poetry from the Lakhi Jungle Kavi Darbaar, there are a few chhands belonging to Kavi Fath-Mull.

Writings of Kavi Bhagathu Ji

There have been many Bhagathu’s in Sikh history: One is a great Sikh of The Crown-Jewel of Shaheeds Dhan Guru Arjan Dev Sahib Ji Maharaj named Bhai Bhagathu

Writings of Kavi Tansukh Ji Lahore

Kavi Tansukh Ji was a resident of Lahore. In 1741 Bikrami, Kavi Ji had completed a localized translation of Hithupdesh

Writings of Kavi Nanua Vairaagi (translated)

Kavi Nanua Ji was brought up in a wealthy family from Wazirabad and happened to be a faithful Sikh of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji.

So What Happens After Death?

This section allows us to take a look into how GurSikhs lived in Guru Sahib's Darbar.

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