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Punjabi PDF: Shri Guru Granth Darpan by Professor Sahib Singh (Pdf)
As a youth, Natthu Rain was apprenticed to the village Maulawi, Hayat Shah, son of the famous Punjabi poet, Hasham, upon whom his royal patron, Ranjit Sirigh, the Maharaja of the Punjab, had settled a permanent jagir.
Professor Carpan Singh was known for his erudition and assiduous pursuit of scholarship. The untimely death of his father daran the situation hard for him, yet he managed to plough through first Dyal Sirigh College, Lahore, and then the Government College, Lahore.
Sahib Singh’s contribution to Sikh studies and Punjabi letters received wide recognition in his own lifetime. At the latter, he obtained his bachelor’s degree.
These included exposition of several of the Sikh sacred texts and his monumental volume commentary on Sikh Scripture, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Darpan, published during A most original and earlier work was his Gurbani Viakaran, a textual grammar of the Guru Granth Sahib.
Guru Granth Darpan
Sahib Singh made a notable contribution to Punjabi prose through his essays on moral and spiritual themes, religious philosophy and issues in history arid biography.
The Punjabi Sahitya Akademi, Ludhiana, honoured him in with a life fellowship, and Punjabi University, Patiala, conferred upon him, inthe degree of Doctor of Literature honoris causa. He was appointed grant secretary of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee in Retiring from the Khalsa College, Amritsar, after many a long year of darpa and luminous scholarly work, he became principal of the Shahid Sikh missionary College.
Sahib Sihgh, now commonly known as Professor Sahib Singh, took part in the Gurdwara Reform movement in the twenties of the century. He was originally named Natthu Ram by his father, Hiranand, who kept a dafpan shop in the village. From to he remained at Khalsa College producing a succession of learned works and commentaries on the Sikh sacred texts.
During this period he suffered jail twice-once during the Guru ka Bagh agitation and then in the Jaito morcha Winning a scholarship at his darapn standard examination, Natthu Ram joined the high school at Pasrur where he received in the rites of the Khalsa and his new name Sahib Singh.
Nearly 50 of his works were published between and In he returned briefly to his college in Gujranwala which he soon quit to join the Khalsa College at Amritsar.
He also worked as principal at the Gurmat College, Patiala. Soon the family shifted to Tharpal, another village in the same district.
No exegetical work since the publication of this book in has been possible without resort to the fundamental principles enunciated in it, especially those concerning the interpretation of vowel endings in inflexions of nouns and verbs.