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History of Dasam Granth

The History of Dasam Granth is related to the time of creation and compilation of various writings by Guru Gobind Singh in form of small booklets. After 1708, a combined form of those booklets, the present-day granth or single volume, was compiled by Mani Singh Khalsa, contributed by other Khalsa armymen under direct instructions of Mata Sundari and this volume is recognized as Sri Dasam Granth Sahib. Present day Dasam Granth includes Jaap Sahib, Akal Ustat, Bachitar Natak, Chandi Charitar Ukati Bilas, Chandi Charitar II, Chandi di Var, Gyan Prabodh, Chaubis Avtar, Rudra Avtar, 33 Sawaiye, Khalsa Mahima, Shashtar Nam Mala Purana, Ath Pakh-yaan Charitar Likh-yatay and Zafarnamah. However, the historic authenticity of Dasam Granth was and is questioned by some scholars like Babu Teja Singh Bhasod, Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha, W.H. Mcleod, Bhag Singh Ambala, Prof. Harinder Singh Mehboob, Gurtej Singh IAS, (Sikh Missionary) Dr. Rattan Singh Jaggi, (Sikh Missionary) Professor Darshan Singh, (excommunicated Sikh Missionary Kala Afghana) and Gurbaksh Singh Kala Afghana (Sikh Missionary). They strongly objected to doctrinal inconsistencies in Dasam Granth; in relation to Devi Pooja, Shaster as Pir, Anti-long hair,intoxicants and Woman. Their prevalent views are that Dasam Granth was written by Nirmala scholars or Hindu Pundits or Saktas scholars and was an attempt to hindulise Sikhism. According to them some of the compositions included in Dasam Granth (such as Charitropakhyan) are out of tune with other Sikh scriptures, and must have been composed by other poets. Ram Raiyas of Payal were first recorded critic in Sikh history who attacked on Ragi Bulaki Singh for reading hymns of Dasam Granth. Ram Raiyas as considered as enemies of the Guru family as Ram Rai was excluded from Guru Har Rai because of his dishonest behavior

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