Sahib Singh Ji. Most readly available in almost all places you have Gurbani books. Only skimmed through this. This is the sampardaic steek. It's easy to understand too.
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Also who or which translations sangat also recommend on reading as there are many versions. I wanted to purchase any steeks when I go to India soon and wanted advice on which are the best to read. Thank You. Gurfateh Singh, unfortunately not an encycopedia on steeks but thankfully i have been exposed to them enough. Anek Bani Teeka - Bhai Vir Singh - 3 volumes has the main banis left missing from the initial 7 volumes.
Also Sant Sanpooran Singh Ji's version s good if you like adhyatmic stuff. All of the steeks above are in Gurmukhi, if it is english steeks you require we can put a list up for them as well. Thank you for that jee that was really useful Chanaka Raajneete is actually a discoure written about socialism in society and politics written by Rishi Chanak.
Whilse Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji held a court of bards they asked Bhai Sainapatee to rewrite this text into gurmukhi lippi which they did. The steek is the meanings to the granth written by Bhai Sobha Singh. This can be brought from decent book shops in India, namely amritsar.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji - in 4 volumes by Singh Chahal is about the best but it only has basic meanings and nothing adhiyatmak.
Sri Dasam Granth - 2 volumes by Piara Singh Sandhu - personally 2 expensive for what it is and does not contain the avtar katha. Sri Dasam Granth - 3 volumes by Surinder Singh Kohli - about the best available however missing the charritars and hikayats.
Bhai Gurdas Di Vaaran - 2 volumes by Bhai jodh Singh, basic translation only saral arths, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan. Bhavrasamrit Teeka - Tirath Singh Nirmala - very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc.
Vivek Pardipika - by Tirath Singh Nirmala. The text is only 22 pages in the Sri Rattan Mala however Tirath Singh has kindly let me have a glance at his commentary of it which is over pages long and very deep in adhyatmik and vedant gyan according to puratan sikhi. This is one i would suggesteveryone get a hold of and it will be out within the next month or two to purchase over the internet!!
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Where can you get it from? Bhai Gurdas Di Vaaran - 2 volumes by Bhai jodh Singh, basic translation only saral arths, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhai Gurdas Di Kabait Sawaiyas - by Shamsher Singh Puri - again very basic translation, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhavrasamrit Teeka - Tirath Singh Nirmala - very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc Coming very soon Again hope that helps.
Posted March 3, Posted March 4, The difference is that a steek just gives the meanings while teeks gives commentary as well Not heard of any new teekas by Sant Giani Mohan Singh Ji Bhindra Walae.
Posted March 5, Join the conversation You can post now and register later. Reply to this topic Go To Topic Listing. What did the sikh missionaries do? Anyone have them? How big should a male's kachhera be ideally? Talking to him. Very true, I'd like to think some of the descriptions are outright exaggerated, or at least don't apply to every individual. Udoke, Makhu do tons for teaching Sikhs of our modern history, to associate them with Neki?
I don't agree. Each leader giving different direction vote or no vote, negotiate or not, khalistan or autonomy, samaj sudaar or no, I could go on. The organization they had, but for strategic reasons they decided to operate cells independently, which led to some going astray, or were not on the right path from the start. Singh makes very good points for shaheed parivaars. We should all donate.
I have been looking for Vangaar, Sikh Shahadat, Fatehnama etc myself. Sikh Shahadat does have a lot of archived ones. Fatehnama you can contact them from Facebook etc.
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