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===History===
 
===History===
* In Bansavalinama, written in 1769 CE, author, Kesar Singh Chibbar, explains and quotes a few passages from the rare composition Ugardanti, which was written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji.  
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* In Bansavalinama, written in 1769 CE, author, Kesar Singh Chibbar, explains and quotes a few passages from the rare composition Ugardanti, which was written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. <ref name=ugar_bansali>Bansavalinama Dasan Patshahian Ka - Kesar Singh Chibber</ref>
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* It is said that this Bani is present in Dasam Granth Bir Patna Sahib, and some people attribute it to be work of Sukkha Singh. but some say that this is misunderstanding that as it is found in his handwritten copy of Sri Dasam Granth and it does not find much other mention in other old hand written Sri Dasam Granth Sahib's. This shows that Ugardanthi did exist and was written about before the time of Sukha Singh.  
 
* It is said that this Bani is present in Dasam Granth Bir Patna Sahib, and some people attribute it to be work of Sukkha Singh. but some say that this is misunderstanding that as it is found in his handwritten copy of Sri Dasam Granth and it does not find much other mention in other old hand written Sri Dasam Granth Sahib's. This shows that Ugardanthi did exist and was written about before the time of Sukha Singh.  
  
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==References==
 
==References==
* Bansavalinama Dasab Patshahi ka - Kesar Singh Chibber
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* [http://www.5abi.com/mchetna/sikh/uggardanti1_main.htm Read Ugardanti Bani Online]
 
* [http://www.5abi.com/mchetna/sikh/uggardanti1_main.htm Read Ugardanti Bani Online]
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 12:16, 24 October 2010

Ugardanti(PA: ਉਗ੝ਰਦੰਤੀ) is a composition which is present only in Dasam Granth Bir Patna Sahib and is said to be composed by Guru Gobind Singh. There are 6 Chandds of this bani.

History

  • In Bansavalinama, written in 1769 CE, author, Kesar Singh Chibbar, explains and quotes a few passages from the rare composition Ugardanti, which was written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. [1]
  • It is said that this Bani is present in Dasam Granth Bir Patna Sahib, and some people attribute it to be work of Sukkha Singh. but some say that this is misunderstanding that as it is found in his handwritten copy of Sri Dasam Granth and it does not find much other mention in other old hand written Sri Dasam Granth Sahib's. This shows that Ugardanthi did exist and was written about before the time of Sukha Singh.
  • The ‘Ugardanti Bani’ is part of Akali Nihang and Namdhari daily liturgy.
  • Acc. to Nihung Tradition, This bani was given by Guru Gobind Singh to weak person, so that they able to fight war against tyranny.

Mangal

Manglacharan is starting of Bani. The Bani started with:

ੴ ਵਾਹਿਗ੝ਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ ॥
ੴ वाहिगढ़रू जी की फतहि ॥
The Lord is one and the Victory is of the Lord.


ਸ੝ਰੀ ਭਗਉਤੀ ਜੀ ਸਹਾਇ ॥
सढ़री भगउती जी सहाइ ॥
May the Bhagauti = Gurumatt Helps

Ending

The bani Ends with following node:

ਸ੝ਰੀ ਇਤਿ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ਵਿਰਾਚਿਤੇ ਸ੝ਰੀ ਭਗਵਤੀ ਛੰਦ ਖਸਤਮੰ ਸਮਾਪਤੰ ਸਤ ਸ੝ਭਮ ਸਤ || ੬ ||
शढ़री इति गोबिंद सिंह विराचिते शढ़री भगवती छंद खशटम समापढ़तम सत सढ़भम सत || ६ ||
Bhagvati Chand Narrated by Guru Gobind Singh Completed with Benediction.



References

  1. ^ Bansavalinama Dasan Patshahian Ka - Kesar Singh Chibber

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