Download Citation on ResearchGate | Debating the Dasam Granth | This book explores a Sikh text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. Controversy has long. Get this from a library! Debating the Dasam Granth. [Robin Rinehart] — The Dasam Granth is an anthology of diverse compositions attributed to the tenth Guru of. Debating the Dasam Granth is the first English language, book-length critical study of this controversial Sikh text in many years. Based on.
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This book explores a Sikh text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. Controversy has long surrounded substantial portions of the text that relate tales from Hindu mythology and graphic stories about women who devise elaborate schemes to pursue illicit liaisons with men.
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Analysis of the Dasam Granth has largely centered on the issue of whether or not Guru Gobind Singh is the author of these controversial compositions, and why stories of conniving women would be included in a religious text. Debating the Dasam Granth explores these controversies about authorship and the stories of women Debating the Dasam Granth explores these controversies about authorship and the stories of women but takes the analysis of the Dasam Granth in a new direction through focusing on three key aspects of the text: Rather than adding another entry to the authorship debate, this book situates these compositions in the broader context of Indian literature, explores how the different portions of the Dasam Granth relate to one another, and suggests why such a disparate group of compositions might have been compiled into a single text.
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