BALA JANAM SAKHI. The Janam Sakhis of the Bala tradition owe both their name and their reputation to Bhai Bala, a SandhuJa^ from Guru Nanak`s village. Guru Nanak Dev Ji met Jinda Mahatma Kabir Ji Evidence in Bhai Bale Wali – JANAM SAKHI – Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Topic: Swaal Kaji Rukndin Soora – ਸੁਆਲ. God Kabir had asked Guru Nanak Dev Ji for this secret information about the True Naam (Satnaam) not to be revealed Evidence in Bhai Bale Wali – JANAM.

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After reading the book there should be no doubt as to the origin, motive and authenticity of all these fake, spurious additions to Sikh history. But this is not true. Three are located in London and individual items are to be found in various other places. During ianam discussion that followed between them, it has been stated: So let us do the sakui on this topic WIth regards to dicussion on the topic of Bhai Bala, an excellent overview of the subject matter is given in Prof Sahib Singhs book, “Adhi Bir Barai”.

There seems to be much confusion on this forum on the topic of whether Bhai Bala was a real person or not. By writing this book, Hanam Singh has rendered singular service to the cause of Sikhism.

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Baba Handalis still exist in Punjab and will never stop in there mission to destroy Sikhi. Handalis sahki everything to destroy Sikhi and after the times of Guru Gobind Singh jee joined hands with the Afghans.


In order to do so, the latter compiler has borrowed a death narrative from the Miharban tradition. The so called bhai Balla never existed. Nothing bad against you but do some positive parchar my friend.

He was a fictious character pushed into our history to destroy us. Ive read the book Adi Bir bare by Prof Sahib Singh jee and if you cant read Punjabi, you can get the translation of the book in English.

You can explore these scriptures page by page, by chapter index or search for a keyword. Retrieved from ” https: You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. The following Slok appears in Bala’s Janamsakhi purported to have been uttered by Guru Nanak Dev during discussion with Pandit Braham Das Kashmiri gur miliyai man rahasiyai, lion vuthai dharan see gar.

Someone should tear down the Baba Handali place. Karam Singh writes on pageof his book, as under — The contents of Bhai Bala’s Janamsakhi are clear.

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Bhai Bjai Singh has, in his Bhagat Ratnawali, repeated nearly the same list but Bhai Bala, who could have narrated the Janam Sakhi as such, does not exist there either. Last time I saw your post “conflicts” where you share all the things that people fight about and updating your lists putting too much effort. Jaanm the earlier times, it was not used by the Sikhs. Sunny I always see negative posts coming from you.

Paira recorded the dictation of Bala, a Sandhu latt who had come from Talvandi, the village of Rai Bhoi. In this Janamsakhi, it is written that in Treta Yuga, the Guru was aservant of Raja Janak, used to worship images and tell lies.


Bhai Bale Wali Janam Sakhi

Every literate Sikh should read this book and appreciate the real service rendered by him. There has been considerable discussion as regards to Bhai Bala’s existence, particularly within the Sikh academic field. To give the individual the tools of rational thought and deductive reasongin and be able to apply them in every walk of their life.

There’s nothing to discuss. Even today many people are so strongly supportive and die hard believers in the existence of Bhai Bala that they will openly use his name in their katha and sakhis within gurdwaras and if anyone dares to even challenge them or question the validity of these sakhis they label them as traitors to the panth and that they are tryin to change history.

The worst thing is that according to this so called Bala, Baba Handal has to explain spiritual things to Guru Nanak Dev jee. Its actual sakh may have been the work of the Hindalis; or a seventeenth century text may have been interpolated by them in jaanam manner suggested by Santokh Singh.

Gurbani is clear that Guru ji belonged only to Akaal. The recording of his narrative took two months and seventeen days to complete. Guru Nanak Dev’s Date of Birth.

Singh, where do you find this gandh? This theory is difficult to sustain in that a mere pruning, however drastic, cannot reduce any of the Bala texts to a consistent narrative.