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Tale of Baal Mati Tale of Rani Biraj Mati Tale of Wife of Shah Tale of Sangeeta Kala Tale of Two Devils: Tale of Kokila Mati Tale of Raja Narkasur Tale of Grantj of Shah Tale of Amit Prabha Tale of Wife of Mittar Singh Tale of Kanchan Prabha Tale of Trznslation Mati Tale of Lakhshmani Tale of Habsh Mati Tale of A Prostitute Tale of Sanmas Dhola Chandi di Var is important prayer among Nihang Sikhs.
Tale of Shah Sikander Tale of Bindo The earliest surviving full manuscript of the Dasam Granth dates to although it appears not to have been publicly available.
Tale of Bivaas Mati Tale of Ruder Mati Tale of Anand Wati Tale of Tilik Manjri Tale of Rani Chanchala Kumari Tale of Dam Prabha Tale of Rani Kinnar Mati Tale of Champa Kala Not based on any Purana, but an independent narrative.
Tale of Sandhla Devi Chandi Charitar Ukti Bilas.
Tale of Sujjan Kumari Tale of Rani of Raja Durga Dutt Tale of Roshan Jehan Grantb of Jhakhket Mati Tale of Bir Mati Tale of Chandra Kala Tale of Valan Devi Tale of Nal Damwanti It contains the Jaap Sahib, the Akal Ustat or praise of the Creator and the Bachittar Natakwhich gives an account of the Guru’s parentage, his divine mission and the battles in which he had been engaged. Tale of Navjoban Devi Tale of Rani Udginder Prabha Tale of Roop Kala Indian religious texts Dasam Granth Sikhism 18th-century manuscripts.
Tale of Prem Kumari Tale of Nirpat Kala University of Chicago Press.
Part of a series on. Tale of Guloo Tale of Sumer Kaur Tale of Rani Kailaas Mati Tale of Khaadma Baano In his religious court at Anandpur SahibGuru Gobind Singh had employed 52 poets, who translated several classical texts into Braj Bhasha. Tale of Jhakhjhoomer Devi Tale of Soorchhat