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The Sikh Ẓafar-nāmah of Guru Gobind SinghA Discursive Blade in the Heart of the Mughal Empire$

Louis E. Fenech

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manuscripts

Bahādar Shāh nāl Mulākat kā Prasaṅg. ms. 19c, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Dasam Granth Anandpur Bīṛh facsimilies that appear in Gurinder Singh Mann, “Facsimiles of Core Compositions in the Earliest Manuscripts of the Dasam Granth.” Journal of Punjab Studies 15:1–2 (Spring-Fall 2008), pp. 285–311.

Dasam Granth New Dehli Manī Siṅgh jī dī Bīṛh dated 1713 ce in the possession of the family of Raja Gulab Singh Sethi of New Delhi.

Paṭṇe jī dī misal Dasam Granth.

Dasam Granth. Ms. 115407, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Dasam Granth. MS. 115595, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Dasam Granth. MS. 115596, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Dasam Granth. MS. 115648, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Das Gur Kathā. MS. SHR 1797A, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Dīvān-i Goyā. MS. 332121, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Hukamnāme. MS. 1040s, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Hukamnāme. Ms. 913, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Nasīhat-nāmā. Ms. 770 Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Pañj Piāriān de Pūrabale Janam Bāre. Ms. 571kh, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Praśan-uttar. MS. 684, Punjab State Archives, Patiala.

Sākhī Baitān ke Prasaṅg kī Likhī Pātśāhī Dasvīn. Ms. 1000, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Sākhī Baitān ke Prasaṅg kī Likhī Pātśāhī Dasvīn. Ms. 1116, Guru Nanak Dev University.

(p.268) Samūndarīk. MS. SHR 1442G, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Samūndarīk. Ms. 929, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Shāh-nāmah. Ms. 2250, the Gulistan Museum, Tehran, Iran.

Shamshīr Khānī. Accession number 1652/53 Near Eastern manuscripts, Firdawsi Shahnama [LMC 1879] manuscript at Indiana University's Lilly Library.

Shardhā Purak. ms. 973, Reference Library, Punjabi Sahitya Academy, Ludhiana.

Shardhā Puran. ms. 1097, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Sudharam Mārg Granth Pātiśāhī 10. ms. 90280 at Punjabi University, Patiala.

Sukhsain. MS. 596, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Tārīkh-i Aḥvāl-i Sikhān. MS. SHR 116, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Tārīkh-i Aḥvāl-i Sikhān. MS. SHR 1274, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Taṣnifat-i Goyā. Ms. 332164/GS, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Ẓafar-nāmah (nastaʿlīq). MS. 5043, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. SHR 1456, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. SHR 1540, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. SHR 2218, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. Ms. SHR 2243b, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. SHR 2244c, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. Ms. SHR 2300b, Sikh History Research Library, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. 115599, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. 115665, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. 439, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. 703, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā. MS. 1000, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāme Bāre. MS. 59a, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā Saṭīk. MS. 199kh, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

(p.269) Zafar-nāmā Saṭīk. MS. 292, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā Saṭīk. MS. 464a, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafar-nāmā Saṭīk. MS. 1116, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Zafarnama Saṭīk. Ms. 5017, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Zafar-nāmā manuscript held at Gurdwara Zafarnama Sahib, village Kangra, Punjab.

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