ਪਰੀਯੈਨਹੀਆਨਕੇਪਾਇਨਪੈਹਰਿਕੇਗੁਰਕੇਦਿਜਕੇਪਰੀਯੈ॥ਜਿਹਕੋਜੁਗਚਾਰਮੈਨਾਉਜਪੈਤਿਹਸੋਲਰੀਯੈਮਰੀਯੈਤਰੀਯੈ॥੧੬੮੮॥ Seek not anyone's feet but those of Hari, the Guru, and Brahmins. He whose name is recited through the ੪ ages, against Him by fighting and dying one is carried across. — Krishnavatar, verse ੧੬੮੮ pic.twitter.com/3tHABSB7kQ
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scribd.com/doc/205998072/… Guru commented ‘after reading this a coward and weak person become a chhatrī (warrior) Before reading the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib it is necessary to understand this pothī , according to the original Khalsa tradition of the Buddha Dal.

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Its recitation was done by Gursikhs, before theAkhaṅḍ Pāṭh of Adi Guru Granth Sahib and Dasam Granth Sahib. It contains a reference to the kechherā, which is said to have been given to Guru Gobind Singh as a gift from Hanuman, as recorded in the Bhai Daya Singh Rahitnāmā pic.twitter.com/ALZYt84uCo
 

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