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The Dasam Granth is a religious text containing many of the texts which is traditionally attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. It is primarily in Braj Bhasha with Awadhi, Hindustani, Punjabi and Persian compositions written almost entirely in the Gurmukhī alphabet except for the Fatehnama, Zafar Nama and Hikayat, which are in the Persian alphabet. The Dasam Granth is a separate religious text from the Guru Granth Sahib.

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  • Il Dasven Patshah Da Granth (punjabi: ਦਸਵੇ ਪਾਤਸ਼ਾਹ ਦਾ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ), Dasam Granth (punjabi: ਦਸਮ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ), (Libro del decimo impero), noto anche come Dasam Granth, è una scrittura dello Sikhismo, che contiene alcuni dei testi composti da 10 Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. Alcune composizioni del Granth Dasam come Jaap Sahib, Tvai Prasad Sawaiye (Amrit Savaiye), e Benti Chaupai fanno parte della preghiera quotidiana Nitnem dei sikh. Queste composizioni fanno parte del battesimo Sikh (Khande di Pahul)
  • The Dasam Granth is a religious text containing many of the texts which is traditionally attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. It is primarily in Braj Bhasha with Awadhi, Hindustani, Punjabi and Persian compositions written almost entirely in the Gurmukhī alphabet except for the Fatehnama, Zafar Nama and Hikayat, which are in the Persian alphabet. The Dasam Granth is a separate religious text from the Guru Granth Sahib.
  • Le Dasam Granth est un livre qui rassemble des écrits de Guru Gobind Singh, le dixième Guru sikh, et qui a été mis en forme à Amritsar par Bhai Mani Singh (1644-1737). Littéralement, Dasam Granth signifie « le dixième livre », soit : le livre du dixième gourou. Il est appelé ainsi pour le distinguer de l’Adi Granth, le Premier Livre, formé d'écrits rassemblés par Guru Arjan, le cinquième gourou du sikhisme. Le Dasam Granth contient près de deux mille poèmes et 1 428 pages dans l'édition moderne.
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  • The Dasam Granth is a religious text containing many of the texts which is traditionally attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. It is primarily in Braj Bhasha with Awadhi, Hindustani, Punjabi and Persian compositions written almost entirely in the Gurmukhī alphabet except for the Fatehnama, Zafar Nama and Hikayat, which are in the Persian alphabet. The Dasam Granth is a separate religious text from the Guru Granth Sahib. Some compositions of the Dasam Granth such as Jaap Sahib, Tav-Prasad Savaiye and Benti Chaupai are part of the Nitnem or daily prayers and also part of the Amrit Sanchar or baptism ceremony.
  • Le Dasam Granth est un livre qui rassemble des écrits de Guru Gobind Singh, le dixième Guru sikh, et qui a été mis en forme à Amritsar par Bhai Mani Singh (1644-1737). Littéralement, Dasam Granth signifie « le dixième livre », soit : le livre du dixième gourou. Il est appelé ainsi pour le distinguer de l’Adi Granth, le Premier Livre, formé d'écrits rassemblés par Guru Arjan, le cinquième gourou du sikhisme. Le Dasam Grant est attribué à Guru Gobind Singh, bien qu'il contienne aussi probablement des compositions de poètes qui faisaient partie de son entourage. Il est écrit en gurmukhi, mais on y trouve aussi des passages en persan, en sanskrit et en hindi. Bien que tout son contenu ne soit pas religieux, certains sikhs le mettent sur un pied d'égalité avec le Guru Granth Sahib, le livre saint du sikhisme considéré comme gourou intemporel. Certains de ses hymnes sont toujours utilisés pour des cérémonies religieuses de nos jours. Le Dasam Granth contient près de deux mille poèmes et 1 428 pages dans l'édition moderne.
  • Il Dasven Patshah Da Granth (punjabi: ਦਸਵੇ ਪਾਤਸ਼ਾਹ ਦਾ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ), Dasam Granth (punjabi: ਦਸਮ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ), (Libro del decimo impero), noto anche come Dasam Granth, è una scrittura dello Sikhismo, che contiene alcuni dei testi composti da 10 Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. Alcune composizioni del Granth Dasam come Jaap Sahib, Tvai Prasad Sawaiye (Amrit Savaiye), e Benti Chaupai fanno parte della preghiera quotidiana Nitnem dei sikh. Queste composizioni fanno parte del battesimo Sikh (Khande di Pahul)
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