It is possible that as the work of rendering the ancient texts, into Bhakha, in Gurmukhi script under the patronage of Guru Gobind Singh was in progress Tahikan`s manuscripts were brought to him by the poet himself or by someone else. Guru Gobind Singh may have got them transcribed into Gurmukhi. The manuscript of Asvamedha Parva preserved in the Sikh Reference Library at Amritsar (No 5026) was dated 1753 Bk/AD 1696 by Balgovind Fateh Chand, one of the scribes serving Guru Gobind Singh. The manuscript (No. 2420), entitled Ratan Dam (Amar Kosa Bhakha), is preserved in the Central Public Library at Patiala.
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