BALA JANAM SAKHI. The Janam Sakhis of the Bala tradition owe both their name and their reputation to Bhai Bala, a SandhuJa^ from Guru Nanak`s village. Guru Nanak Dev Ji met Jinda Mahatma Kabir Ji Evidence in Bhai Bale Wali – JANAM SAKHI – Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Topic: Swaal Kaji Rukndin Soora – ਸੁਆਲ. God Kabir had asked Guru Nanak Dev Ji for this secret information about the True Naam (Satnaam) not to be revealed Evidence in Bhai Bale Wali – JANAM.

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SearchGurbani brings to you a unique and comprehensive approach to explore and experience the word of God. By Guest rma Started Yesterday at In general idiom, too, the language of the Puratan Janam Sakhi is certainly older than the language of Bala Janam Sakhi.

Gurdwara Sri Tapiana Sahib: All the facts and all the places visited by Guru Nanakji were faithfully and fluently described by Bhai Bala, with the result that Guru Angad was greatly pleased with him. The chief of the Niranjania sect, Baba Handal has been greatly praised and has been shown of much higher status than Guru Nanak Dev.

Two conflicting theories have been advanced to explain the origin of the earliest of the extant Bala Janam Sakhis. A sikh is defined by this very virtue that they do not live in blind faith.

Bhai Bale Wali Janam Sakhi

To give the individual the tools of rational thought and deductive reasongin and be able to apply them in every walk of their bqla. There seems to be much confusion on this forum on the topic of whether Bhai Bala was a real person or not.

In order to do so, the latter compiler has borrowed a death narrative from the Miharban tradition. Names of certain selected cities and villages are changed from time to time. Jannam following Slok appears in Bala’s Janamsakhi purported to have been uttered by Guru Nanak Dev during discussion with Pandit Braham Das Kashmiri gur miliyai man rahasiyai, lion vuthai dharan see gar. Someone should tear down the Baba Handali place.


It is for this reason, the author balq Bhai Bala’s Janamsakhi can be none else but a Niranjania. By giving a number of references from the book of Bhai Baja’s Janamsakhi, he wrote at the end With this history, one can say without fear that this Janamsakhi was made at the end of Guru Gobind Singh’s time.

The earliest extant version opens as follows: Celebs encourage women to be sl gs, the media endorses this by placing trash like the Kardashians on a platform. The author of this Janamsakhi had in his mind some ulterior motives.

There are sooo many other points The profuse legendary material is, it affirms, the product of interpolation. Posted March 6, Panjabi Hatthlikhtan di Suchi lists twenty-two Bala manuscripts in the Punjab. The Puratan uses the older forms of the adverbs of time and place, whereas the Bala employs the modern forms of the same adverbs. To this day popular portraits of the Guru, flanked by Mardana the minstrel jaanm Bala the attendant, testify to a continuing acceptance of its claims.

Thereafter, however, there is progressive and substantial augmenting of the text, culminating in the letterpress version which has been current for most of the twentieth century. That a sikh cannot be fooled by anyone and will not believe anything they hear just cuz so and so said it. When he returned after locating the vital document, Paira Mokha was deputed to transcribe it.

Register a new account. The Guru was stated to have uttered the following Shabad alahu agam khudayi bande So let us do the same on this topic. He had come in search of Guru Angad.


The oldest of the extant Ba7a manuscripts is the earliest of all Janam Sakhi manuscripts of whatever tradition. Every Sikh considers Bala as the great devotee of Guru Nanak Dev and the life history of the Guru as told by him was most authentic; and that bhqi record was the oldest one. Hindal interest of some kind is plainly evident in all early manuscripts of the Bala tradition.

There are countless other anti-gurmat sakhis and things written in his janam sakhi that manam hard to believe. The second point is all the more surprising. Ive read the book Adi Bir bare by Prof Sahib Singh jee and if you cant read Punjabi, you can get the translation of the book in English.

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This theory is difficult to sustain in that a mere pruning, however drastic, cannot reduce any of the Bala texts to a consistent narrative. We here are all some fortunate tho ajnam we are all currently students or were students recently and have been taught the value of critical analysis.

He supposedly died in Khadur Sahib, in his late 70s, in Guru Nanak Dev’s Date of Birth.

In this Janamsakhi, the date of birth of Guru Nanak Dev has been given differently from the previous ones and it is in this book that the Guru has been ridiculed and insulted to the extreme. Before Ain-e-Akbari, the name of this city was famous as Saidpur.