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  1. There seems to be some sort of a confusion on this forum regarding the Sri Sarbloh Granth. What is the Sri Sarbloh Granth? Historians and scholars evidence it as being the work of Akali-Nihung Guru Gobind Singh Ji, who formally sealed it at Nanded before his demise. The Sri Sarbloh Granth is an unique scripture in the fact that it is an extrapolation of the Chandi-Di-Vaar and the 24 avatars found in the Dasam Granth. How does the Sarbloh Granth differ from the other canons of the Khalsa? The Sri Sarbloh Granth differs from the other Khalsa canons, in the respect that it is pro
  2. Just wondering whether the two interacted and if anything occurred between them. Giani Gian Singh states the Damdami Bir to have been the most authentic composition of Gurbani, but research indicates its actually the Pir Buddhu Shah Bir at Anandpur. http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2013/07/giani-gian-singh-nirmalas-gian.html But just like the Singh-Sabha edited Bhangu's Prachin Panth Prakash, do you think they might also have done something similar to Giani Ji's work? His other works are quite consistent with accuracy.
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