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Traditional Manglacharan

This Manglacharan [invocation for beginning a task] salutes the Sikh Gurus and would be recited across various scholarly lineages before performing kathā [discourse]. Written in 1823 CE by the Great Poet Santokh Singh, this passage concludes the Nānak Prakāsh, a Brajbhāsha poetic account of Guru Nānak's history. This can be found in the Utarāradh [setting sun / second section] of the Nānak Prakāsh in Chapter 57.

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