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Gurfateh all, I hope someone, somewhere can assist me. I am trying locate 'Sardar Khalsa' by Giani Gian Singh. From what I've gathered so far, 'Twarikh Guru Khalsa' was split into 5 sections. Gian Singh signed the rights of this text over to the Khalsa Tract Society. In time the society published 4 of the 5 sections of the granth. My question is does anyone know what happened to the Khalsa Tract Society? Does anyone if the Sardar Khalsa part of Twarikh Guru Khalsa ever published? If so where can I procure this?
I came across this translation me and Bhagat worked on a good few years ago. It's from Giani Gian Singh's Twarikh Guru Khalsa. Niddar Singh put a smaller extract of this out, which brought it to the wider sangat's attention - including me (and no, I have no connection to him before anyone asks). The translation is rough as heck and me and Bhagat didn't agree on bits, so I take the responsibility of any flaws. I'll give page references to the original work later, and I hope to write up a little commentary on it some time and maybe even translate a few more paragraphs. ਪਿੱਛੇ ਦ
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.