Its language is Braj Bhasa which was the literary Hindi of that time though its script is Gurmukhi. Notwithstanding certain drawbacks which scholars with training in modern historiography may point out, it remains the most valuable source book on Sikh history of the period of the Gurus and, indeed, on the very roots of the entire Sikh tradition. For the massive flow of its poetry, the vast range of its figures and images and for the abundance of detail, Sri Gur Pratap Suraj Granth, Suraj Prakash in shorter, popular form, is worthy to rank with the classics in this genre. The title of the main work carries a symbolic meaning summed up in the cosmic metaphor of suraj, i. The poet himself explains, "As the sun rises, the darkness of the night vanishes, thieves and thugs hide themselves, owls and bats go to slumber and the stars disappear, so with the advent of the Gurus, the rays of their spiritual light spread all around dispelling the darkness of ignorance.

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After the morning devotions and kirtan , Guru Gobind Singh suddenly stood up with sword in hand. A need has arisen at this moment which calls for a head. Daya Ram, a shopkeeper of Lahore, arose and offered himself. He followed behind the Guru to a nearby tent. Guru Gobind Singh emerged alone from the tent with his sword dripping blood and asked for another head.


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