Nisho The chapters are numbered at the beginning, bwchitar the title of each chapter is given at the conclusion, following the traditional Indian convention. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It starts with a praise of the Akal Purukh. Views Read Edit View history. Several translations in Punjabi, Hindi and English exists.
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It is a part of the Dasam Granth and is the name given to the third Bani in the second holy scriptures of the Sikhs.
This text spans from page 94 to page of the pages of this holy book of the Sikhs at www. Original text is over pages This Bani is an autobiographical narrated by the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh for the first 32 years of his life. Although the word "Natak" means "drama" in Punjabi, this is no drama. The writer has outlined the circumstance and history of the time and how great courage and strength was required to overcome the many hurdles that were upon the community. It starts with a praise of Akal Purakh.
It then gives a genealogy of Bedis and Sodhis starting from Lord Rama and his two sons. It continues up to AD The chapters are numbered at the beginning, but the title of each chapter is given at the conclusion, following the traditional Indian convention.
Chapter 1: Eulogy of Akal Purakh , the ultimate being. Chapter 2: My Story. Opening statements and mention of Lava and Kusha, the two sons of Rama.
The interaction of the two clans. Chapter 5: Description of the Spiritual Rulers, i. Includes an account of Gobind Singh performing " tapa " at Hemkunt in the Himalayan mountains, in a previous birth. Chapter 7: Description of the Poet. Starts with his birth in Patna, and arrival in the Madra desh i.
Punjab region. Chapter 8: The Battle of Bhangani. Includes his settlement of the Anandpur sahib, which was to be the center of his spiritual and literary activities. Chapter 9: Description of the Battle of Nadaun. Chapter Description of the Expedition of Khanzada and his flight. Chapter Description of the fight with Hussaini and loss of his associates Kirpal, Himmat and Sangatia. Chapter Description of the battle of Sahibjada Jujhar Singh ji. Chapter Arrival of the Mughal Prince and his officers.
The autobiography terminate here abruptly. Apparently the Guru became engaged in other affairs. The next book in the Dasam Granth is Chandi Charitar. This composition is thought to have occurred just prior to the founding of the Khalsa order by the Guru. The genealogy traces back from King Surya.