By: Gurpreet Singh Samra
The contents of Charitropakhyan are pregnant with obscene details of neurotic minds reflecting the one-sided, anti-aesthetic, degenerate activities and vices of sexually perverted women of Vam Marag. Will the 10th Prophet impose on the consciousness of the Khalsa this superfluous and thoroughly anti-Gurmat material of disintegrated spirit to undo those healthy traditions of Gurmat balanced poise of Sehaj and majestic victories of spirit which were brought about and then established by the previous nine Gurus and finally by the undisputed Scripture of the Khalsa?
– Professor Harinder Mehboob
Large portions of the Dasam Granth (around 80%) were surreptitiously inserted by Udasi priests who were trained in Benares (Varanasi). One of the main architects of this deception was Mahant Sukha Singh who was the author of Gurbilas Dasvin Patshahi. He was also an author of the fake granth: Sarbloh Granth. Sukha Singh was on the payroll of the British East India Company and was provided with prostitutes from Calcutta as well as a weekly ration of opium by the English. This was the condition of this fake takht. The story of this priest is recounted here: The Dasam Granth For Dummies.
In the vein of this discussion, it is worth recounting that neither Guru Gobind Singh Ji nor Guru Tegh Bahadur ever attended at the ‘Golden Temple’. The reason was that the ‘Temple’ was at this time occupied by Udasi priests, followers of Baba Sri Chand under the patronage and protection of the Mughal Emperor.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries these Udasi priests made a concerted effort to gain control of the Sikh religious institutions. Sir John Malcolm who visited Amritsar in the early 1800’s observed these Udasi priests outside the ‘Golden Temple’ and commented in his book, A Sketch Of The Sikhs, that these priests would change the Sikh religion (see: The Dasam Granth For Dummies).
What is never discussed in the context of the so-called Dasam Granth is that vast tracts of the book directly contradict the Guru Granth Sahib. For example, the portions, Chaubis Avtar (The Forty Reincarnations Of God), Krishna Avtar (The Reincarnation Of Krishna), Ram Avtar (The Reincarnation Of Ram) directly contradict the very first verse of the Guru Granth Sahib (The Mool Mantra) which explicitly states that God does not incarnate on Earth in any form. Perhaps no more than 50 pages of this fake granth can be attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. The litmus test for authenticity is straightforward, any portion that contradicts the Guru Granth Sahib is invalid.
The plain fact is that you cannot believe the Dasam Granth and the Sri Guru Granth Sahib simultaneously since they explicitly contradict each other. It is only backward and illiterate Sikhs who follow the Dasam Granth. And that too without having read it. A real Sikh is required to be discerning of intellect.
Dossier Of Professor Darshan Singh Upon Being Summoned To The Akal Takht For Excommunication
This extract is from the dossier presented by Singh Sahib Professor Darshan Singh Ji to the Jathedar of the Akal Takht upon being summoned to Amritsar for excommunication. (it is corrected for grammar)
The entire dossier is available here: http://ggsacademy.com/panthicvichar/dasamgranth/edict
Note: In Sanskrit the word charittar means erotica.
From The Dasam Granth – The Girlfriends of Guru Gobind Singh
By Gurpreet Singh Sumra
Editor’s Note: Gurpreet Singh Sumra a well known Sikh in Toronto. Educated, financially sound. He is a staunch Sikh. At the bottom of this article, we have have reproduced one of his poems.
Piara Singh Padam is a well known writer who has written many books. In one of his books titled Dasam Granth Darshan Padam says that some of the sex escapades in the erotica known as Charitropakhyan from The Dasam Granth are actual stories, that occurred with Guru Gobind Singh himself.
We will talk about the story of Anoop Kaur, which is in charittar (erotica) no. 21, but briefly touch on the other erotica which Padam has also attributed to Guru Gobind Singh ji.
The stories according to Padam that happened with Guru Gobind Singh ji are eroticas (charitars 16,21, 22 and 23) from the charitropakhyan portion of the dasam granth.
The Erotica – Charitar 16: The Prostitute And Guru Gobind Singh
“teer satudarv ke huto rehat raye sukh paye
Darab het tih thaur hi ramjani ik aayi…”
The Story :
The King of Anandpur has an encounter with a prostitute
Note : In this charitar The King or Raja is Guru Gobind Singh according to the writer Piara Singh Padam:
A king used to live happily by the bank of Satluj river ,where a prostitute came to live. She was very beautiful, she was attracted towards the Rajah, but the Raja didn’t give a damn about her. Then she assumed the appearance of a jogi (hermit) and went into the court of the Rajah. The Rajah saw the jogi and thought that he should learn some “jantar mantars“ (magic spells) from that jogi. So secret arrangements were made and at midnight the Rajah went there to learn Jantar Mantar.
The Jogi told The Raja (King – Guru Gobind Singh Ji) to bring Rice, flowers and alcohol (sharab). Then the Jogi told King that I will show you some magic (chamatkar), I will change my gender to male and I will teach you Jantar Mantar and as female I will have sexual intercourse with you. The King said one who teaches Mantar is like Father and Mother, how can I have sexual intercourse with you? Then the jogi said that I have made this appearance to meet you. Now have sex with me, come and lie down on my bed. If you try to run, I will make a noise and you will be caught as thief and if you will not have sex with me then I will hurl abuses at you. Then she pleaded with the King to have sex with her, The King then told her that I have come to learn Mantar, I will not have sex with you. She tried all the means but could not convince the King to have sexual intercourse with her.
Then she went out and started shouting chor, chor (thief), listening to this, people came there. She told the people that I was just shouting as I had a bad dream. When the people had left, she told King, that have sex with me or I will have you caught. Then king thought that he was in a tight position. He thought: if I have intercourse with her and if a son is born he will become a pimp and if a daughter is born she will become a prostitute. So King told her to bring “post, bhang, afim, sharab” ( marijuana, opium, alcohol).
“Post,bhang,afeem bahu gehari bhang ghutaai
Turat taran layawat bhai mad sat waar chuaai”
Alcohol was obtained after seven rounds (editor: of sex) and after consuming these intoxicants she passed out. The King gave her 60 mohars and ran away.
Erotica – Charitar 21, 22, 23 : How Anoop Kaur Seduced Guru Gobind Singh
There was a rich lady Anoop Kaur who seduced the King of Anandpur.
She was attracted towards Guru Gobind Singh, so she called Magan Das , the Guru Sahib’s Servant and sent a message that if Guru Gobind Singh Ji wanted to learn Bhagauti Mantar (magic of goddess Bhaugati), then Guru Sahib should come and meet her at night. When Guru Gobind Singh came to her at night, she told him she wanted to have sexual intercourse with Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Guru Sahib refused and then she said: ‘you then have to pass through my legs‘. Guru Gobind Singh ji replied : ‘that person will pass through your legs who is impotent and can’t perform sexually’:
“Anoop kaur yo kahi bhog mau so piye kariye…’
aaj humare saath mitar ruchi so rat kariye
ho natar chhado tang tare abb hoye nikariye…
Tang tare so jaayi kel ke jahe na aawe
Baith nipunsak rahe rain sigar na bajawe…”
(charitar 21, part 27-29)
When Anoop Kaur could not convince Guru Gobind Singh ji, she started shouting chor-chor (Thief), Guru Sahib started running but was chased and surrounded by other people. Upon being caught Guru Gobind Singh Ji slapped Anoop Kaur’s brother and took off his turban and then told the crowd that this person is the thief. Guru Gobind Singh had lost a shoe while running, he left his shoe there. In the morning Guru Gobind Singh Ji summoned Anoop Kaur to his court, and told her that what you did was not right—. At the end Guru Gobind Singh Ji asked her for forgiveness and fixed a pension of 20,000 rupees half yearly for Anoop Kaur:
“chhima karo ab triya tume bahur naa kariye raandh
Bees sahansa taka tise dayi chhimai baandh”
(charitar 23,last part)
Dohra added by a reader (see comment section below):
He was rounded up from left, right and all the directions.
Raja did try but he could not find any means (to escape).(4)
People pulled his beard and took his turban off
Calling him “thief, thief” they beat him with sticks.(5)
With the beating of sticks, he fell flat and became unconscious.
People without understanding the real issue, tied him up with a rope.(6)
They were throwing punches and kicks when the Sikhs arrived, too.
The woman shouted, “brother, brother,” but could not rescue him.(7)
His face was hit with shoes and hands were tied tightly.
He was put in the jail, and the woman came back to her bed.(8)
This portion of the dasam granth is clearly a writing of some drug and sex addict. Whenever the writer or poet feels the urge to have some intoxicants , he starts mentioning drugs. It is also clear from this Erotica that the poet used to enjoy sexual intercourse after consuming intoxicants like bhang (marijuana), afeem (opium), dode, sharab (alcohol).
Shame on such Sikhs who say that this is the real story of Guru Gobind Singh ji. Wake up Sikhs! It is high time such writers and writings should be condemned. Such a book should not even be in libraries of Gurdwaras rather it should be burnt and banned from further publications.
The Sant Samaj, Dere wale babe and the Taksali support this Granth at the behest of Hindutva Agencies, because they don’t want Sikhs to read the bani in The Guru Granth Sahib. They want them to get attached to these sexy stories and want to divide them. This is the only purpose of the Government funded agency called the Sant Samaj, to divide Sikhs and declare them as Hindus.
Former Sewadar (Jathedar) of Akal Takht Puran Singh openly declared that Sikhs are offsprings of the hindu gods Luv and Kush. This Sexy Granth also declares that Guru Nanak is from the family (khandaan) of Luv and Guru Gobind Singh from the family of Kush.
The Message is clear. The Sant Samaj and Govt. funded agencies wants to declare Sikhs as Hindus. I will write in another article about this Luv Kush story.
It is the duty of every Sikh to challenge whosoever says that this Granth is the penmanship of Guru Gobind Singh.
Analysis By The Jathedar Kesgarh Sahib
In the video below the former Jathedar of the Akal Takht, Mr. Satvinder S-, explains to the sangat in Sacramento that the story of Anoop Kaur was written by Guru Gobind Singh himself and that the story refers to an incident in his life.
Dr. Jugraj Kaur On The Dasam Granth
Tiger Jatha, U.K.
Sound quality improves after about two minutes:
The Politics Of The Dasam Granth
How the dasam granth is being used to hinduize Sikhs: