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In Praise Of Guru Nanak

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  1. When Nanak arrived, he caused a pot to adhere to the woman’s head and restored Mardana to his original form after instructing him to say “Vahi Guru” (“Praise to the Guru”). The women then tried all manner of fearsome magic on the pair, without success.
  2. There are 10 Swayas in the praise of Guru Nanak, 10 in praise of Guru Angad, 22 in praise of Guru Amardas, 60 in praise of Guru Ramdas and 21 in praise of Guru Arjan. VIII. Sloaks in excess of Vars. The Sloaks written by the Gurus were included in the Vars by Guru Arjan. The Sloaks which were in excess of such inclusion are given on pp
  3. Upon attaining enlightenment, Guru Nanak traveled extensively preaching the concept of one God. He composed poetic verses in praise of Ik Onkar, one creator. Eventually he attracted a following whose fellowship came to be known as Sikhs, or seekers of truth, who related to Nanak as their personal guru or spiritual guide to enlightenment.
  4. Nanak, Indian spiritual teacher who was the first Guru of the Sikhs, a monotheistic religious group that combines Hindu and Muslim influences. His teachings, expressed through devotional hymns, many of which still survive, stressed salvation from rebirth through meditation on the divine name.
  5. Jan 16,  · Guru Gobind Singh wears the crown of the world; he lives in the shadow of Waheguru. Guru Gobind Singh controls all the treasures of the world; he is the medicine of all ailments. Guru Gobind Singh is the master of the world; both the worlds are under his shelter. Guru Gobind Singh is praised by God Himself; he is bestowed with highest qualities.
  6. Nov 27,  · Allama Iqbal's famous poem in praise of Guru Nanak Legendary poet Allama Iqbal wrote this Nazm titled 'Nanak' in praise of the first Sikh guru and founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev. In this poem, the poet writes how this land had forgotten the word of Gautam Siddhardh, Brahmins (read Hindus) had become indifferent and Dalits were leading lives of misery, when suddenly a voice of .
  7. Guru Nanak and the promise of an inclusive Pakistan Pakistan - For a few days every November, the Pakistani city of Nankana Sahib is transformed as thousands of Sikhs and other devotees of Guru.
  8. Sikh religion is a Religion of Divine Grace, the Grace of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib eternally flowing from Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Let us bask in the sunshine of this Grace-Eternal by tuning our mind and soul with the divine melodies of the Amrit Bani of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib's very nature is Grace and it flows alike to everyone.

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