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The letter reads like a reprimand by a superior personality on a azfarnama plane to a cruel and distorted inhuman being on a lower and pitiful plane.
Guru Gobind Singh and The Donkey. Guru Ji decided to send another even more detailed letter to the Emperor in which he neither promised or ih to meet him in the Deccan.
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The commander was unnerved and went to the Pir with Rs as a present and sincere apologies for his detention. He is also believed to have sent a copy to Sardar Umrao Singh Shergill in Amritsar who zfaarnama said to have given it to Khalsa college and which in turn reproduced in Makhz-e-Twarikh Sikhan. Guru Ji states in this letter that in spite of his several sufferings, he had won a moral victory over the crafty Mughal who had broken all his vows and had resorted to underhand behaviour.
Despite this deception, this treacherous leader could not harm the Guru. Mughal Sultanate present day India.
It also shows that although Guru Ji had suffered heavy losses in men and materials he was not in any way feeling vanquished but was full of confidence, faith and courage to chastise and reprimand the Emperor for his deceitful activities.
Translated by Sarna, Navtej.
Zafarnama Guru Gobind Singh Ji
Some shave their head. In this letter, Guru Gobind Singh Ji reminds Aurangzeb how he and his henchmen had broken their oaths sworn upon the Qur’an. Guru Gobind Singh also confirms his confidence and his unflinching faith in the Almighty even after suffering extreme personal loss of his Father, Mother, and all four of his sons to Aurangzeb’s tyranny.
Objections raised by some scholars on the authenticity of a few verses may be viewed in this context. Although he had greatly wronged the Guru punjaib knew him to be a man of God and wanted to meet with the Guru personally to seek redemption. Ib Dhaya Singh had taken this letter to Aurangzeb on December 26th He was nearly 91 years of age and his body started to tremble from feelings of remorse and regret at what he had done in his life time.
The Zafarnama clearly shows that it was written from Machhiwara after the battle of Chamkaur and after Guru ji had sacrificed his two elder sons in the battle field. Bhai Dhaya Singh shrewdly replied that a written letter would have a more immediate effect.
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This page was last edited on 28 Septemberat Sayyad Inayat Khan got word of this and came to the army camp. Translated from an historical article published by S. In the jungle Guru Ji met two Pathan brothers Nabi Khan and Ghani Khan who were dressed in blue, he asked them to prepare similar clothes for him. Sahib-e-kamal Guru Gobind Singh. Chronology of Guru Gobind Singh’s life. It is quite possible that in the process of translations and publications of the Zafarnama at different stages, some verses were not reproduced correctly and what we have today is not the original Zafarnama of the Guru in its entirety.
Although Bhai Daya Singh and Bhai Dharam Singh travelled with great speed they could not get an early audience with the emperor. He instructed his minister Munim Khan to make arrangements for the safe passage of the Guru when he came to meet him. Guru Ji confirms his confidence and his unflinching faith in the Almighty even after suffering extreme personal loss. He did not harbour any ill will against MuslimsGuru Sahib Ji saw all with one gaze, a good many Muslims had sided with his cause against the Mughals.
Ses dheea par sirar n dheea.
By the time Guru Ji had entered Rajasthan news was conveyed to him that the emperor had died. Born inAurangzeb lived for 91 years, his last Will see below confirms the degenerated state of his physical and mental health. Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references Articles containing Punjabi-language text Articles containing Persian-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Again he put pen to paper and wrote a letter to Guru Ji stating his inability to come to the north and requesting that Guru Ji meet him in Ahmadnagar at his earliest convenience.
He sent word out to find anyone who knew and could identify the fakir holy man. Many like me have passed away wasting their lives.