CHAND or CHANDA, a goldsmith by profession, was one of the poets and scholars who enjoyed the patronage of Guru Gobind Singh (See BAVANJA KAV!). He rendered "Udyoga Parva" of the Mahabharata into Hindi verse. His work is preserved as a part of a Mahabharata manuscript in the private
DIVAN CHAND. MISR (d. 1825), a general in Maharaja Ranjit Singh`s army, was the son of a Brahman shopkeeper of the village of Gondlanvala, in Gujranwala district, now in Pakistan. He had come to the notice of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1812 during one of his tours and was
KARTAR SINGH, BAWA (1886-1960), a direct descendant of Guru Amar Das and a scientist of repute, was born at Vairoval in Amritsar district on 17 April 1886, the son of Bawa Jivan Singh, who was a member of the Indian Medical Service and was posted to Burma. Kartar Singh
MAHIMA PRAKASH, by Sarup Das Bhalla, is a versified account, in Gurmukhi script, of the lives of the ten Gurus, completed according to inner evidence, in 1833 Bk/AD 1776. Three copies of the manuscript, are still extant: one (No. 176) in the Languages Department, Punjab, Patiala, the second (No. 792)
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