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date: 24 November 2020

Dhīr Mal (1627‒1677) 

A Dictionary of Sikh Studies

Pashaura Singh

Elder son of *Gurdittā and grandson of Gurū *Hargobind, born at Kīratpur on 10 January 1627. He resided at Kartārpur in the district of Jalandhar with his family, and in 1643 he received a revenue-free grant from the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, who evidently wanted to sow the seeds of discord within the ... ...

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