Zafarnāmā (Pers., ‘epistle of victory’). Guru Gobind Siṅgh's reply to Auraṅgzeb c.1705, included in the Dasam Granth. Gobind Singh wrote the Zafarnāmā in Dīnā, S. Pañjāb, after leaving Anaṇḍpur and suffering defeat.
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