In modern times the head of the ancient order Shromani Panth Akali Budha Dal Panjvah Takht 96 krori Nihang Singh Chalda Vaheer, Singh Sahib 96 Krori Jathedar Baba Santa Singh Jee Akali has done a great service to the Sikh tradition by bringing this Granth out into the public and returning it to its rightful place, prakash alongside Adi Sri Guru Granth Saheeb Jee and Dasm Guru Granth Sahib Jee. Baba Santa Singh has been successful in printing this granth in two volumes and also printing a small Sampuraan Granth for the purpose of parkaash.
In 2003, 96Krori Baba Santa Singh Jee conducted a Sarbloh Santia Smaagam where he personally over saw the santia of 18 individual Nihang Singhs. This smaagam has not been publicized, Baba Jee had the dream of conducting a Sampuraan Akhand Paath Saheeb of this Granth before he departed this Earth. His dream became true at Takht Sri Hazoor Saheeb Jee in 2003, the first recorded(In post colonial era) Sri Sarbloh Granth Akhand Paath took place at this blessed location.
The self proclaimed leader of the Budha Dal in U.K, the non bana wearing Needar Singh has done parchaar for several years claiming that this granth was to be treated as a Bir Rass Granth, thus the tradition of Jhatka(killing in one blow) was associated with it. Needar Singh's lack of scriptual education was exposed by the fact that the Sri Akhand Paath Saheeb of Sri Sarbloh Darbar was conducted in a completely Vaishnuu(vegetarian) manner.
The famous Khalsa Mehma "Khalsa Mera Roop Hai Khaas - Khalse Mai Hou Karo Nivaas - Khalsa Mera Satgur Puraa - Khalsa Mera Sjn Suraa" are contained with Sri Sarbloh Granth. Also mentioned within one of its Dhiyais (chapters) is the writing "Satguru Nanak Aap Parmeswar - Avtaar Lie Shubh Bans Pardhana".
In all Nihang Singh Dals, Sri Sarbloh granth is kept parkaash, it is venerated by Singhs in both the Buddha Dal and Tarna Dal.