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Charitar 71 is an auto-biographical tale presented in Sri Charitropakhyan composition present in Dasam Granth. This tale is also called "Tale of Kapal Mochan ". The tales is told in 10 stanzas with 3 Chopais and 4 Dohras. Singhs went to Paonta and Buria to purchase robes but no robes were available in city. At same time, there was huge gathering of people. At morning time, Guru Gobind Singh found that pilgrims are urinating and doing toilet on small distances from holy pond. This pollute the place and especially ponds during heavy rains.
Guru Gobind Singh complained the local priests about their mismanagement, as pond water is used for bathing, drinking and even for performing religious rituals. Temple priests said that people do not listen even on multiple requests and requested Guru Gobind Singh to provide some permanent solution. To hit two with one arrow, Guru Gobind Singh asked Singhs that if they found any person urinating or passing stools at short distances of ponds, just remove his turban and say him to leave the pilgrimage.
The next day, Singhs started removing turban of such persons, which leads to stampede and many turbans fall.
The turbans were collected, washed and same is given in honor and remaining were sold. Thus by solving his purpose and temple management.
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This website contains the english translation of entire Sri Dasam Granth Sahib including Charitropakhyan. Unable to open website. If it contains Translations by Pritpal Singh Bindra then i feel it is of no use. Is there Translation available other then Pritpal Singh Bindra, who has given word to word translation? I have got an Android app called Gurbani Nirvaan.
It is a secondary Sikh scripture attributed to the tenth and last of the Gurus, Guru Gobind Singh This is a photo of the frontispiece of the manuscript. The center has Gurmukhi text. Surrounding it clockwise: the top image is of the Hindu goddess Saraswati holding vina and other items with a peacock and a reverential boy standing.
By amardeep , October 3, in Download Centre. Even though Bindra is critical of Charitro Pakhyaan, but his translation of ChatroPakhyaan does not have a hint of bias in it. Just compare his tranlation to a Punjab translation of CharitroPakhyan puting them side by side and you will see that Bindra Jee who althoug is critical of the Bani but he did not try to mistranslate it as we can expect most critics of Charitro Pakhyan would do, for that I have to give Bindra Jee credit. It is very, very difficult to translate poetry. Translations are useful, but we have to read the original to truly understand what is being said.
Charitar 71 is an auto-biographical tale presented in Sri Charitropakhyan composition present in Dasam Granth. This tale is also called "Tale of Kapal Mochan ". The tales is told in 10 stanzas with 3 Chopais and 4 Dohras. Singhs went to Paonta and Buria to purchase robes but no robes were available in city. At same time, there was huge gathering of people.