These are supposedly the Final Words of Guru gobind singh Ji on his deathbed....in a book written by Balwinder Singh printed by Singh bros ISBN 81-7205-150-6 in 1995. There is no other historical evidence . The author mentions that he showed the manusacript to Principal satbir Singh who liked it very much... as did the late Tohra Manjit singh calcutta etc etc..
He mentions the..Anteh satgur Boliah...from Ramkali sadd as what the Guru says in His final Words is important..and hence what Guru Amardass ji said on His deathbed was recorded by his grandson Bhai Sunder Ji and recorded permanenetly in AAd Granth (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji) by Guru Arjun ji. He also says that the Final Words of Guru Arjun ji before going into the Ravi were heard by Baba Budha Ji and written on a WALL at Gurdwara dehra Sahib Lahore. The Final Words of Guru teg bahadur Ji are His Slok mahalla Nauvan appended to the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji at its End on Pages 1428/29. He claims Guru Teg bahadur Ji used a Coal pice to write the follwoing slok on his prison cell in delhi.."Naam rahio sadhu rahio..Rahio GUR GOBIND.Reference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-sikhi-sikhism/37693-52-hukums-guru-gobind-singh-ji.htmlReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/showthread.php?t=37693
These 52 sayings are the Final Words of Guru Gobind Singh which the author firts published in abook called..AAD SIKH and aad sakhian...and later expanded into the book Kalghidhar Ji de 52 bachan..a book of 200 pages. This is based on Gurshabdei Gobind gajiah...
Interestingly the author explains each of these bachans with examples of Gurbani form Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Its his assertion that although it was Guru Gobind Singh who actually wielded the KHARAGGH/sword..it was Guru Nanak ji who forged the STEEL.....evrything flows form the Fountainhead..Guru Nanak JI SAHIB.
Unfortunatley the book is in Punjabi......so English readers are left with the Bare-bones stuff Taranjeet has posted here as Thread Starter..which doesnt do justice to what the author wnats to say..