The Sikh Zafar-namah of Guru Gobind Singh a discursive blade in the heart of the Mughal Empire by Louis E. Fenech

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Published by OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS in Oxford, New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Sikhism,
  • History and criticism,
  • Sikh literature,
  • History

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementLouis E. Fenech
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL2017.85.G63 A2785 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationpages cm
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25339463M
ISBN 109780199931439, 9780199931453
LC Control Number2012011180

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Fenech offers a compelling new examination of one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (): the Zafar-namah or 'Epistle of Victory.' Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d.

) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct. Louis E. Fenech offers a compelling new examination of one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (): the Zafar-namah or 'Epistle of Victory.' Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d.

) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct/5(5). Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d. ) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct. Incredibly, Guru Gobind Singh's letter is included today within the Sikh canon, one of only a very small handful of Persian-language texts granted the status of Sikh scripture.

Guru Gobind Singh, the son of martyr Guru Tegh Bahadur and great grandson of the martyr Guru Arjun Dev laid his all, at the altar of the Almighty, namely, his father, mother, his four sons, and even The Sikh Zafar-namah of Guru Gobind Singh book own life, not only for his own followers, but.

Buy Books of Guru Gobind Singh Ji Books, Historian Approach to Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Char Sahibzade Books from Singh Brothers. About the book In The Granth of Guru Gobind Singh, the authors offer new insights into the Sikh scripture Dasam Patshah Ka Granth, or the Dasam Granth, which has traditionally been attributed to Guru Gobind Singh.

While many studies have adopted a polemic approach and focused on the authorship of the text, this book takes a multi-disciplinary approach and considers the relationship. - Buy The Sikh Zafar-Namah of Guru Gobind Singh: A Discursive Blade in the Heart of the Mughal Empire book online at best prices in India on Read The Sikh Zafar-Namah of Guru Gobind Singh: A Discursive Blade in the Heart of the Mughal Empire book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 4.

Louis E. Fenech offers a compelling new examination of one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (): the Zafar-namah or 'Epistle of Victory.' Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d.

) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct. Incredibly, Guru Gobind Singh's letter is. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji sent Bhai Daya Singh Ji to Ahmednagar to give it to Aurangzeb.

However it is said that a copy of the Zafarnama, written by himself, was found with the Mahant of Patna Sahib in and one Babu Jagan Nath made a copy; this copy was somehow misplaced by Babu Jagan Nath was himself a scholar in Persian language, he could reproduce it from his memory and got it Country: Mughal Sultanate (present day India).

Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d. ) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct.

Incredibly, Guru Gobind Singh's letter is included today within the Sikh canon, one of only a very small handful of. The Sikh Zafar-namah of Guru Gobind Singh: A Discursive Blade in the Heart of the Mughal Empire: Louis E.

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Unto victory;: Letters from the last Sikh guru to the last Moghul Emperor, Zafar Namah of Guru Gobind Singh Maharaj addressed to Emperor Auranzeb [Gobind Singh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Unto victory;: Letters from the last Sikh guru to the last Moghul Emperor, Zafar Namah of Guru Gobind Singh Maharaj addressed to Emperor AuranzebAuthor: Gobind Singh.

He was the leader of the Sikh faith, a warrior, a poet, and a philosopher. In the Sikh society, Guru Gobind Singh is considered an epitome of chivalry; scholar, skilled in horsemanship, armed combat, chivalrous, and generous in character.

Guru Gobind Singh's life and teachings have had a lasting impression on Sikh ideology as well as in their /5(31). WJKK, WFKF, Can any one please recommend good books to read (Punjabi or English) on the life, personality, stories, events, biography of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj.

The books can be from India or abroad. My objective is to learn more about the life and events that took place with Guru Gobind Singh Ji. I want lean about his life. How did he "live by example" so to speak. One time Guru Gobind Singh told one of his soldiers to climb up a huge tree that was near by.

He told him to go up there and look for a Pipal tree. When the Pipal tree was found Guru ji told him that one day the Pipal tree will be even higher that the huge tree above it.

"When it gets that high than the Khalsa will flourish in this world." The Pipal tree grows very slow and as it takes over. Louis E. Fenech offers a compelling new examination of one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (): the Zafar-namah or 'Epistle of Victory.' Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d.

) rebuking his most unbecoming by: 3. Guru Gobind Singh Ji, ignites the fire to fight the righteous battle, in the heart of one of his greatest disciples, Madho Das, who goes on to be immortalized in the pages of history as Banda.

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Fenech. Singh Brothers is a prominent company engaged in the publication and distribution of Sikh Books and Punjabi Literature Books. Visit today for any type of sikh books or books on sikhism. Wars. The tenth and the last guru of Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh organised themselves in jathas, who would see their first battle in After several decades, small Sikh states known as misls combined to form the Sikh Confederacy inthat jointly fought against Mughal power.

Inthe jathas would be combined into a single army, the Dal Khalsa. Guru did NOT. It is prevalent among some people that Guru Gobind Singh worshipped Durga to get the strength to fight against the oppression.

Actually the distortion of history has been done intentionally by many modern Indian historians, particula. Mai Bhago (Punjabi: ਮਾਈ ਭਾਗੋ) also known as Mata Bhag Kaur, was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in She was an exceptionally skilled warrior on the battlefield and is revered as a saint in Sikhism.

She was known for rallying the 40 Sikhs (Chali Mukte) who abandoned Guru Gobind Singh at the siege of Anandpur Sahib and bringing them back to : Jhabal, Punjab. This book deals with one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (–), the Ẓafar-nāmah or “Epistle of Victory.” Written as a masnavi or Persian poem this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d.

) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct. Yet the missive does far more than censure. First of all, no such comprehensive book on Guru Gobind Singh had been written which dwelt at Hindus and the origin of the Sikh religion before moving on to the life of Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Nanak founded Sikhism in Babar'stime.

Hindu India had then been under Muslim rule for Size: 4MB. This lecture was given by Proff. Lou Fenech on Novem at Mount Royal University to a public audience showcasing his work in examining Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Zafarnama. The information. He is the author of a number of articles on the Sikh tradition as well as three Oxford monographs: Martyrdom in the Sikh Tradition: Playing the ‘Game of Love’ (OUP, ); The Darbar of the Sikh Gurus: the Court of God in the World of Men (OUP, ); and The Sikh Zafar-namah of Guru Gobind Singh: A Discursive Blade in the Heart of the.

The Sikh school adapted Kangra painting to Sikh needs and ideals. Its main subjects are the ten Sikh gurus and stories from Guru Nanak's Janamsakhis.

The tenth Guru, Gobind Singh, left a deep impression on the followers of the new faith because of his courage and sacrifices. Hunting scenes and portraits are also common in Sikh painting.

See alsoCanada:Sikh Book Club (18) Bhai Pinderpal Singh (17) Daljeet Singh (17) Giani Gian Singh Ji (16) Guru Gobind Singh by Dr. Jaibhagwaan Goyal (Author) Language: Hindi Total Download: lives and selected works of saints included in holy book Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

A book dedicated to the bhakti saints. Other Projects. Guru Tegh Bahadur (Punjabi: [gʊɾuː t̯eːgᵊ bəɦaːd̯ʊɾᵊ]; 1 April – 11 November ) was the ninth of ten Gurus of the Sikh Guru Granth Sahib contains poetic hymns composed by him. The Guru resisted the forced conversions of the Hindu Kashmiri Pandits and non-Muslims to Islam, and was publicly killed in on the orders of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Born: Tyaga Mal, 1 AprilAmritsar, Punjab.

Guru Gobind Singh is credited in the Sikh tradition with finalizing the Kartarpur Pothi (manuscript) of the Guru Granth Sahib – the primary scripture of Sikhism.

The final version did not accept the extraneous hymns in other versions, and included the compositions of his father Guru Tegh : Gobind Rai, 22 DecemberPatna Sahib. Sikh Book Club (18) Bhai Pinderpal Singh (17) Daljeet Singh (17) Giani Gian Singh Ji (16) Guru Gobind Singh (3) Kulbir Singh Thind (3) Randhir Singh (3) - (2) Balkar Singh (2) lives and selected works of saints included in holy book Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

A book dedicated to the bhakti saints. Other Projects.

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