Translated Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan by S Kirpal Singh Dardi


Translated Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan by S Kirpal Singh Dardi

Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan is a translated book written in Punjabi by a well known and experienced Punjabi writer S Kirpal Singh Dardi. Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan is about the four sons of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Shaheedan-e-Wafa tells us about the martyrdom of younger Sahibzadas and Ganj-e-Shaheedan about the elder ones. [caption id="attachment_1309" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Translated Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan by S Kirpal Singh Dardi Translated Shaheedan-e Wafa Ate Ganj-e Shaheedan by S Kirpal Singh Dardi[/caption] S Kirpal Singh Dardi had been honored by the President of India for his historical and literary services. S kirpal Singh has written several research books on Punjab history. Haqeem Mirza Jogi Allah Yaar Khan was a Muslim sufi shaayar and he wrote Shaheedan-e Wafa and Ganj-e-Shaheedan which are great poetic work on the martyrdom of two younger and two elder sahibzadey of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Jogi Allah Yaar Khan was a known figure in Sikh circles and he himself used to sing Shaheedan-e Wafa and Ganj-e-Shaheedan that he had written in mixed language on different occasions at Chamkaur Sahib, Nankana Sahib, Sirhind etc during Jor-Melas. He moved the crowds with his oratory skills and his two works Shaheedan e Wafa and Ganj-e-Shaheedan were famous as 'marasiyan de band' and were very much popular in Punjab.

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