Diwân-e-Goyâ a writing by the Persian Poet Bhai Nand Lal Ji. Also known as Goya, he was one of the 52 Poets in the Court of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Information. Bhai Nand Lal also known as Bhai Nand Lal Singh, was a 17th-century Persian, and Arabic poet in the Punjab region. He was one of the fifty-two poets of Guru. Bhai Nand Lal Granthavli by Dr. Ganda Singh, Published by. Punjabi Universsssity of Sikh Studies. Bhai Nand Lal Goya ( A.D.) the poet laureate of.

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Bbhai 4 line verses That is why Maharaj says that whosoever calls him Parameshar shall burn in hell: Pray do not become more beautiful.

Contemporary Persian and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary. It contains 43 couplets.


By caste he was a Khatri, a class distinguished in Mughal times, like the Kayasthas, for its proficiency in learning and using Persian, which at that time was the language of official business.

Guru Ji taught us bhai nand lal ji poetry we can be Nirankar ourself, but this is hard, thats why we have Bramgianis. That is why Maharaj says bhi whosoever calls him Parameshar shall burn in hell: His poetry, all in Persian except for Joti Ghai, which is in Punjabi, forms part of the approved Bhai nand lal ji poetry canon and can be recited along with scriptural verse at Sikh religious divans.

My heart is restless for a vision of thee. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He talked about this matter to Nand Lal who immediately gave its version. He inquired who bad given that definition. The Guru’s year-old mother with her two youngest grandsons went with their cook. He adopted two nom de plumes, Goya and Lal. Multan, “the abode of dust, heat, beggars and graveyards,”1 as poetryy popular proverb says, appeared a poor substitute for Ghazni, a lovely place at a height of 7, ft.


Gobind Rai, 23 years old, possessed a dazzling pal. It is in praise of Guru Gobind Siugh. It is in Persian poetry, and contains praise of God and Sikh Gurus and religious philosophy.

Zamin-o-asman ra surkhra kard. Nand Lal was admitted to the court as the topmost poet.

Bhai Nand Lal – Wikipedia

In at Panjab’s annexation the British found this school functioning under the patronage of Nand Lal’s descendants. Bhai Nand Lal Ji. Nand Lal left for Northern India. The hill rajas fled into the high mountains. Ganda Singh, Published by. He spontaneously addressed the Guru thus:.

She daily recited Gurbani and knew Gurmukhi. Inhe went to Multan and settled over there, and was married to a Sikh girl. On another occasion a discussion arose in the court of Aurangzeb about the meaning and interpretation of a certain verse in the Holy Quran.

Guru Gobind Singh was involved in several battles against the hill rajas and the Mughal governors of Jammu, Lahore and Sarhind. Farukh Siyar displayed in the streets of Delhi Jahandar Shah’s headless body tied on the bare back of an elephant and his head fastened to its poetey. Prince Muazzam was also there. I have no more strength left in me.


This work is full of Arabic and difficult Persian words. Rose water, amber, musk and saffron water fell like rain on all sides. As Nand Lal also had a religious bent of mind, he hi the Gurus’ hymns and picked up Gurmukhi. Mahmud Saba Kashani — In that bhai nand lal ji poetry, please do let me know.

Bhai Nand Lal

Bhai Nand Lal Translated by: It is free from ambiguity and artifices. Bhai Nand Lal Goya A. I have bhia way to compare them, with poetryy originals.

See the Guru bhai nand lal ji poetry visible presence in his Sikhs and first you must serve me by diligently serving them Articles containing Punjabi-language text Articles containing Urdu-language text Articles containing Hindi-language text. His frankness, truthfulness and sincerity leave a lasting poetrt on the mind of the reader. Having sold his ancestral property he journeyed along with his two brothers and two Pathan servants through Kandhar and Bolan Pass and settled down at Multan.

At the bhai nand lal ji poetry of 17 he lost his mother, and two years later his father.

My tearful eyes, says Goya, Have become flooded with streams of love, Flowing in a passionate affection towards thee. My heart burns in separation of the beloved, My soul is aflame with a passion for him, I am so much enveloped in these flaming emotions, That whoever sees me jji this plight Burns like pinewood that catches fire.