They have a index for the different chapters that you can click on. The English has some minor spelling mistakes, I'm reading Kalki Avatar and came across some spelling mistakes. It's a newer version of search Gurbani with all the translations, larivaar etc. I used to use that website but found Sikhi to the max so much easier.
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The beginning portion of the daily Ardas for Sikhs is also a composition within the Dasam Granth. This Granth contains the background of creation of Khalsa Panth. The Dasam Granth is all rhymed poetry. It was designed to be heard, so there is considerable repition, and a variety of meteres to hold the attention. The language of most of the Dasam Granth is largely Braj veering towards Sanskrit at one extreme and simple colloquial Hindi at the other.
The Braj dialect is a variety of medieval Hindi with a mixture of Sanskrit, Persiona, and Arabic words. The Zafarnama and the Hikayats are in Persian using Gurmukhi characters and several passages in other works are in Punjabi. Jaap meditation 2. Akal Ustat praises of God 3. Bachitar Natak autobiography of the Guru 4. Chandi di Var a ballad to describe goddess Durga 6. Gian Prabodh the awakening of knowledge 7.
Brahma Avtar 7 incarnations of Brahma c. Shabad Hazare - Ramkali of the Tenth Master ten shabads 9. Swayyae Shastar Nam Mala a list of Shastars Charitropakhyan the character of women and men Kabyo Baach Bentee Zafarnama epistle of victory, a letter written to Emperor Aurangzeb Hikayats There are eleven hidayatan or pieces of advice included in the Dasam Granth.
These are written in Persian and in the style of the Charitropakhyan and Upakhyan. Beginning with an invocation each composition ends on a note of request asking for Gods blessings.
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Dasam Granth in Punjabi
The beginning portion of the daily Ardas for Sikhs is also a composition within the Dasam Granth. This Granth contains the background of creation of Khalsa Panth. The Dasam Granth is all rhymed poetry. It was designed to be heard, so there is considerable repition, and a variety of meteres to hold the attention.
Patiala scholar translated entire Dasam Granth into English
The Dasam Granth includes hymns, mythological tales from Hindu texts ,  a celebration of the feminine in the form of goddess Durga ,  erotic fables,  an autobiography, letters to others such as the Mughal emperor , as well as reverential discussion of warriors and theology. The oldest known manuscript of Dasam Granth is likely the Anandpuri bir. Almost all of the pages in it are dated to the s, with a few folio pages on Zafarnama and Hikayats in a different style and format appended to it in the early 18th-century. These manuscripts include the Indian mythologies that are questioned by some Sikhs in the contemporary era, as well as sections such as the Ugradanti and Sri Bhagauti Astotra that were, for some reason, removed from these manuscripts in the official versions of Dasam Granth in the 20th-century. Although the compositions of the Dasam Granth are widely accepted to be penned by Guru Gobind Singh there are some that question the authenticity of the Dasam Granth.
Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji Steek (Bachitar Natak Granth) Punjabi