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Oldest Shabad in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

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    My friend asked me what the oldest shabad in Guru Granth Sahib Ji is. So I made a little timeline of contributors up to Guru Nanak and Bhai Mardana. Please correct any errors you may see here:

    All dates are in CE.

    Baba Farid: 1173-1266

    Bhagat Sadhna: 1180

    Bhagat Jaidev: ~1200

    Bhagat Trilochan: 1269-??

    Namdev: 1270-1350

    Kabir: either 1398-1448 or 1440-1518

    Ravidas: 1376 or 1450-1520

    Bhagat Sain: 1400

    Bhagat Pipa: 1425

    Bhagat Baini: ~1450-~1550

    Bhagat Ramanand: ~1450

    Guru Nanak: 1469-1539
    Bhai Mardana: 1459-1534​
     
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