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Bhai Gurdas had the good fortune to have had the the company of four Gurus.
His most gurda compositions are Vars, Punjabi ballads, 40 in number. The Sikh congregation was so impressed by Bhai Gurdas they that erected a Gurdwara in his memory in Kabul. He wrote 40 vars ballads and kabits both forms of Punjabi poetry. In addition to Baba Nanak, who was a Divine personality, Mardana, the musician also went along.
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Rehnde Gur dariayo vich, meen kuleen het nirbani Darsan dekh patang jio n joti andar jot samani Sabad surat i liv mirg jio, bhirh payee chit avar na jani Gur Arjan vith u kurbani Bhai Gurdas, Var 24 To achieve martyrdom, Guru Arjan Dev ji immersed in the God-like ocean like a fish.
Bhai Gurdas received his early education under the guidance of Guru Amar Das. He was a poet of superb beauty. It took almost 11 years to complete this task. The composition is a collection of detailed commentary and explanation of theology bhaii the ethics of Sikh beliefs as outlined by the Gurus. This page was last edited on 21 Marchat Vaarann Read Edit View history.
He wanted to put an end to it. This article contains Indic text. Part of a series on. Bhai Gurdas had documented the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev as follows: To achieve martyrdom, Guru Arjan Dev ji immersed in the God-like ocean like a fish.
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Each of the 40 chapters of vaarah Bhai Gurdas” consists of a differing number of Pauris sections, paragraphs. Rehnde Gur dariayo vich, meen kuleen het nirbani Darsan dekh patang jio n joti andar jot samani Sabad surat i liv mirg jio, bhirh payee chit avar na jani Gur Arjan vith u kurbani Bhai Gurdas, Var Many of the principles of Sikhism are explained in simple terms by Bhai Sahib and at times in many different ways.
Jahangir wrote in his Tuzak-i-Jahangiri only 20 days after the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev that he ordered his execution. Guru Arjan Dev was martyred as per hhai of emperor Jahangir on May 30, Bhai Gurdas as a Sikh Historian Bhao Gurdas has documented the Sikh history in his writings and has solved some of the historical riddles about Guru Nanak Dev’s visit to Mecca, Medina, and other parts of the world: Bhai Gurdas was a great scholar of Persian and Sankrit and of comparative religion.
The exact date of birth of Bhai Gurdas is bhhai known but it is somewhere between A. From his work it is clear that he had mastery of various Indian languages and had studied many ancient Indian religious scriptures.
Bhai Gurdas is considered the first interpreter of Gurbani. Salutation to the Guru who blessed us with the mantra of of the Vaarn Name and emancipated us, ferrying us across vaaram Sea of material existence.
I sacrifice my life to Guru Arjan. He was the first scribe of Guru Granth Sahib and a scholar of great repute. Bhai Gurdas has documented the Sikh history in his writings and has solved some of the historical riddles about Guru Nanak Dev’s visit to Mecca, Medina, and other parts of the world:.
Vaaran Bhai Gurdas ji Steek
The Encylopedia of Sikhism, Harbans Singh. Sikhism history beliefs Sikh. Guru Har Gobind Sahib personally cremated his body.
Varan Bhai Gurdas is the name given to the 40 vars a form of Punjabi poetry which is traditionally attributed to Bhai Gurdas. Retrieved from ” https: His writings are considered key to understanding the Sikh holy scriptures.
Bhai Gurdas was not only an interpreter of Sikh scriptures and preacher of Sikhism, he was a walking encyclopaedia of Sikhism.