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Akal Ustat

SRI DASAM GRANTH - AKAAL USTAT. Akaal Ustat is the second hymn in sequence after Jaap Sahib. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji composed this hymn himself in Gurmukhi script during His stay in Poanta Sahib after the Battle of Bhangani. The hymn contains the praises of Almighty as a creator, sustainer and dest

Charitropakhyan Part 4 – Analysis and Clarifications of Charitars 25 to 403

T he king in Charitar No. 25 (ਪ੍ਰੇਮ ਕੁਮਾਰੀ – Story of Prem Kumari) is an infertile aged man . Concerned about the lack of heir, his politically conscious wife makes physical relations with another man. It is important to note that it is the adulterous nature of the king that has brought about this s

Charitropakhyan Part 2- Analysis of Charitr 2 to 16

A lthough even the first part of Charitropakhyan (Chandi Charitar) is not acceptable to Sri Dasam Granth’s adversaries, however it is mainly the second part that is the subject of intense hatred as most of the stories deal with amorous events, and it is their belief that they are of lewd, sexual nat

Charitropakhyan Part 1- Introduction

This composition of Sri Dasam Granth – completed at Sri Anandpur Sahib in Bikrami 1753 (1696 AD) – is the most loathed work by this Granth’s adversaries. It mainly describes the characters of females trapped in pursuits of pleasure; although there are few descriptions of male characters too