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Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ Guru Gobind Singh Punjabi ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ; December – October was the tenth Guru of Sikhism He was born in Sikh Hunjan near Patna Bihar in India and became a Guru on November at the age of nine years succeeding his father Guru Tegh Bahadur He was the leader of the Sikh faith a warrior a poet and a philosopher In the Sikh society Guru Gobind Singh is considered.

zafarnama free Zafarnama eBookHe tenth Sikh Guru and addressed to the Mughal emperor AurangzebIn this b Written in exuisite Persian verse the 'Zafarnama' or 'Epistle of Victory' was a defiant message composed by Guru Gobind Singh the tenth Sikh Guru and address

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  • Jibran

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBook When all has been tried yetJustice is not in sightIt is then right to pick up the swordIt is then right to fightچو


  • Sridhar Guda

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookOne of the best books I read on spirituality This book exhibits valor and spirituality of the Tenth Guru Guru Gobind Singh I really liked the following couplets;16thHuma ra kase saaye aayad bazerBar o dast darad na zaag e dalerThe one touched by Huma's sacred bird shadow and taken under its wingsIs beyond harm from clever crows their designs mean nothing 22nd probably the most famousChun kar az hameh beelate dar guzashthalal ast budanbi shamsher dastWhen all has been tried yet justice is not in sightIt is then right to pick up the sword it is then right to fight 108thBebin gardish e bewafai ye zamanKi biguzast bar har makin o makanBeware the unrelenting turn of time's faithless wheel;It turns for each and everyone it harbours no appeal 111thKhasm dushmani gar bazaar aawardNa yak mu ye o ra aazar aawardA thousand plots of the enemy full of treachery and fraudThey


  • Shriya

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookA multiplicity of factors make this book precious to me yes precious The store it in a lock and key kind of precious So let's start this review with why I will not lend you this book even if you are my soul mate It's a first day first edition I was the first person to buy it minutes after its release from a book store in Chandigarh It's than just a book it's an important source of history and helps to understand in depth the aftermath of the Battle of Chamkaur and the History of Sikhs as we know it today It was one of the last books my grandfather read before he died and being well versed in as well as an avid reader of both Persian and English he was in a true position to comment on it I think that mentioning that he died a fan of Navtej Sarna is a testimonial


  • Charn Singh

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookWhats crude and most convenient way to approach an ideology is to of course have an absolute faith in its pioneers So much so that its rather common medium to bestow them with sainthood or even God’s title I won’t debate here about irony of us humans judging such titles and whether they even mean something towards any positive construct in the endThe uesti


  • Sundeep Mallya

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookWonderful book I loved the brief history of Sikh gurus that precedes the actual translation of the verses It gave a solid context within which to read the versesI loved the fact that the transliteration of the Persian verses is provided but I do not think it is accurate Eg I'd think itibar should be itibaar but then I don't know any Persian and maybe I'm confusing the words with similar sounding words in UrduI also agree with other commentators that in some cases the translation seems to have been forced into rhymes where a literal translation might have provided a better understanding of the verseWhat also struck me is that fact that even in those medieval days the level of communication and statesmanship was at such high levels The fact that the Guru in the face of murderous attacks and the death of his four sons could write to his enemy Aurangzeb in the enemy's language to boot in such poetic verse just blew my mind In this day and age of Internet t


  • Saba Aftab

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookI must say every historical account you're going to read has to have two views a bad one and a good one Aurangzeb though to date remains my favourite of all Mughal Emperors but obviously one cannot deny the brutal realities of life power struggle whether in the name of religion or euality At the end everyone has been right in their own rights GOD Almighty guide us


  • Jazz Singh

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookThe Sikh faith led by Guru Gobind Singh Ji in 1666 to 1708 was faced with attacks from all angles Whilst the Sikh faith was growing in peace love and harmony in Punjab India they were endangered to oppression On one hand the Sikhs faced huge criticism by the Hindu leaders for their principles which challenged the caste system that segregated communities within the same faith and also rejected the acceptance of idolatry worship which was and still is practiced as part of the Hindu faith today As the Sikhs grew and became continually stronger in warriorship and spirituality the Rajput rajas of the surrounding hills watched and planned t


  • Saranga

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookI was surprised by the book for two reasons One I didn't know that the 10th guru of Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh ji wrote such exuisite poetry in Persian Reading Zafarnama is a revelation The spiritual message it imparts is valid even today long after it was written Second I didn't know anything about Sikh history and the context in which Khalsa was born The valour of the Sikh gurus the battle of Chamkaur and the bravery of Guru Gobind Singh ji's sons all this is a part of our history yet finds no mention in our his


  • Bineydeep Singh

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookWanted lessons from this book Its of course and amazing read but since ZAFARNAMA was written in Persian and this is only a translation wanted explanation of it as well The little history of Sikh Gurus in the beginning was very refreshing to read yet again Otherwise ZAFARNAMA always gives you goosebumps to write something of this sort to historically the most tyrannous autocrat of the world Aurangzeb is just amazing to read


  • Maneet

    Epub beechesgardenservicescouk  Zafarnama eBook ´ zafarnama free, Zafarnama eBookThe book details the letter that Guru Gobind Singh wrote to the Mughal king Aurangzeb Written in chaste Persian the translation to english is fairly true and it makes you feel wowed by the usage of words and the context on the Zafarnama


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