Suraj Prakash -Jeevan Dsa Patshahiya by Sodhi Teja Singh Gur Pratap Suraj granth .. Sri Nanak Parkash Utraradh (Part 2) (Bhai Santokh Singh) Punjabi. Sri Nanak Parkash Poorabaradh (Part 1) (Bhai Santokh Singh) Punjabi. Uploaded by Suraj Parkash – Kavi Santokh Singh – Raas1. Suraj Parkash – Kavi . Bhai Baljinder Singh as it is completely an individual effort by him. Except for. Brief History of Bhai Santokh Singh Ji The greatest work of Kavi Ji is the Suraj Parkash or Gur Partap Suraj, which is a complete history of the.

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The life of the tenth Guru is presented in six Ruts literally six seasonsand into two Ayans, the ascending and descending phases of the year. Earlier, Bhai Vir Singh had begun the first editing of Suraj Granth in and accomplished the task in The latter part, which deals with the santoku of succeeding nine Gurus and Banda Singh Bahadur, contains 51, verse pieces in 22 cantos.

That very year he died after presenting his extraordinary accomplishments to the Darbar Sahib and the entire Sikh panorama. The title of the main work aingh a symbolic meaning summed up in the cosmic metaphor of suraj, i.

Suraj Parkash

The whole work is written Braj dialect of classical Hindi, with a significant use of Sanskrit words. On the direction of the SGPC, Professor Kirpal Singh has started the re-editing of Suraj Parkash to remove “mythological content”, which shows Hindu influence and place it in an appendix.

Suraj Parkash was first edited by Bhai Vir Singh during His voluminous work contains 51, couplets, two and a half lakh lines and has 14 volumes. Later, his research took him to Benaras.


Sri Gur Pratap Suraj Granth ਸ੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰ ਪ੍ਰਤਾਪ ਸੂਰਜ ਗਰੰਥ :-

Sections of this page. The next morning the Sikh was not found anywhere but a bag was left behind, which when opened contained all the material required by Kavi Ji for the completion of the Granth. Bhai Santokh Singh weaves such a magic web of words around the battles that the Tenth Master fought that a reader is left spell-bound by the lucid details of the great encounters. Super Informative Video on the Shastars of the Khalsa. It is usual for gianis learned scholars to hold serial discourses on the text of Suraj Prakash in gurdwaras, normally in the afternoons or evenings.

Under the guidance of Giani Ji, Santokh Singh gained immense knowledge of the Sikh scriptures, history and spirituality. Tags bhai santokh singh.

Historical and Ideological Perspective.

At the time Kashi Benaras was the centre of education. After this work he completed another five small books. The poet himself explains, “As the santojh rises, the darkness of the night vanishes, thieves and thugs hide themselves, owls and bats go to slumber and the stars disappear, so with the advent of the Gurus, the rays of their spiritual light spread all around dispelling the darkness of ignorance. At the age of eleven his father sent him to Amritsar to be tutored by Giani Sant Singh, who was at the time in-charge of Sri Harmandir Sahib.

Meaning of Degh Tegh Fateh. Unfortunately, the luminary did not live long to see such universal appeal of his mammoth work on the Sikh Panth.

Brief History of Bhai Santokh Singh Ji

His diligence in studying prompted him to go to Benaras in Founder of the Khalsa: Undoubtedly this tremendous task was finished with the grace of God in Email or Phone Password Forgot account? The phrase and imagery in both the parts of the book generally require expert explanation.


The editing has been criticised by some [1] as amounting to “poetic as well as religious sacrilege”. Yet, he along with his family went to present the hand-written copy of Suraj Parkash at Akal Bunga in Amritsar. Simultaneously he was invited by Maharaja Karam Singh to come to Patiala, where Kavi Ji was given all the due honour and was allocated a home and a regular pay packet for the enhancement of his researches.

Bhai Santokh Singh would have been consigned to the dustbin of history had it not been for Bhai Vir Singh, who introduced him to the Sikh Panth with full justice. Towards the fag end of his life, Bhai Santokh Singh had grown weak. An interesting event occurred when he had finished writing about the nine Gurus.

Bhai Santokh Singh was a poet of great intellect and inquisitive mind. He was unable to proceed further regarding the tenth Guru. Gur Partap Suraj Granth. The book has a great hold on the Sikh masses.

A very rare pose of Bhai Sahib — during his days at the State. Bhai Santokh Singh was a master craftsman of word and meaning. Daily Sikh Update Religious Organization. Indian biographies Indian poetry Sikh media Sikh literature.