Early Sikh Scriptural Tradition: Myth and Reality
The Book Examines The Traditions Through Which The Gurbani Was Being Transmitted In The Pre-Adi Granth Period. It Inquires The Role Of The Sikh Gurus In Nurturing The Sikh Scribal Tradition, Takes Into Account The Rival Traditions Of Udasis Bhallas And The Minas, And Points To The Limitations Of Biblical Methods Of Textual Criticism.
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AGGS Ahiyapur Pothi Amritsar apocryphal writings attributed to Guru authorship Baba Mohan Bani Bawa Prem Singh Bhagat-bani Bhagats Bhai Gurdas Bhalla chap chaup chhants compositions Dhanasari earlier extant Goindwal Pothis extra-canonical Gatha Sri Adi Giani Gurdit Singh Gulam Sada Sewak Gurbani Gurinder Singh Mann Gurmukhi Guru Amar Guru Arjan Dev Guru Granth Sahib Guru Har Sahai Guru Nanak Dev Guru Ram guruship Hfddjd hymn of Guru hymns Ibid II3II Ithas Sri Guru Janamsakhi Kabir Kachi-bani Mahala main Sikh manuscript Miharban Mill-Mantra musical tradition Namdev origin pada padds Pashaura Singh Piar Singh Pinjore Prithi Chand Punjab raga Ravidas rdga Rdmkali recorded salokas scholars scribe serial numbers Sharaf Sikh Gurus Sikh scriptural tradition Sikh scripture Sikh tradition Sikhism sources Sri Adi Granth Sri Guru Granth Text and Meaning textual Tilang variants