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Guru Nanak & His Mission


" GURU NANAK  had the highest respect for pristine Islam which had risen in the 8th century like a flame of truth in the burning sands of Arabia. Its original message had a strongly humanist character "
  http://www.tribuneindia.com/2003/20030112/spectrum/book6.htm


Guru Nanak's love for Islam :-


1. He visited Mecca & Madinah ( Holy Places of Muslims ) where only muslims are allowed to go.

2. In the voluminous Guru Granth ( Holy book of Sikhs ) Quran is mentioned by name more than once.

3. Sikhs agree that Muslims concepts were adopted in the Sikh religion.

4. Guru Nanak was thoroughly conversant in the Qur'an. The Guru Granth Sahib contains the teachings, philosophies and beliefs of Islamic saints.

5. Sikhs believe that their faith is not the only way to God. True Faith is belief in ONE SUPREME GOD, who is the creator, sustainer of all the
    worlds.

6. The words of Guru Nanak after his alleged enlightenment  "Na koi Hindu Na Koi Mussalman" meant that neither Muslims nor Hindus were
    preaching their religion purely and perfectly but had adultrated it with filthy rites and rituals.

7. Guru Nanak never intended to make a new religion or movement based on his teachings.

8. He strongly rejected the Hindu caste system, idolatry, and ritualism.


The Mool Mantra Of Sikhism Strongly Supports Islamic Monotheism :-

There is One God,
Eternal Truth is His name;
Maker of all things,
Fearing nothing and at emnity with nothing
Timeless is His Image;
Not begotten, being of His own Being;
By the grace of the Guru (Book) , made known to men


Professor Mushirul Haq Writes in his article on " The Mission of Guru Nanak : A Muslim Appraisal "

" To a man like me who was not born and brought up in the Sikh tradition, Guru Nanak may not appear in the same light in which a devout Sikh would like to see him. As an outsider I see in him a man who was determined to remind the people of their forgotten lesson of the oneness of God and the oneness of mankind. "


Why did Guru Nanak dissociate himself from the Muslims of those days :-


 
Although his dissociation was only to reduce groupism in the religious sphere, he was always misunderstood. This happened to Guru Nanak. He identified himself neither with the Hindus nor with the Muslims because he found them having gone astray from the real teachings of the religions which they claimed to follow.

If Muslims and Hindus had realized the essence of his message they could have regarded him as one of them. But since Guru Nanak refused to be reckoned as either a Hindu or a Muslim, both the religious groups regarded him as one who was determined to weakening the roots of Hinduism and Islam.

He was to remind them that all the messengers and the prophets in history came only to lead people to the right path. These messengers never considered themselves belonging to one group. They were for all. It were the people who created a new group. Guru Nanak really did the right thing when he declared that he was neither a Hindu nor a Mussalman. Certainly that was not a denial of Islam or Hinduism. That was only a declaration that even those who called themselves Muslims were not really Muslims judged by the standards of their own religion. Nor was there a Hindu found in the world as he ought to be.

Had Muslims and Hindus understood his message they would have certainly returned to the real teachings of their own religions. And that would have completed the mission of Guru Nanak. ie to Preach the Oneness of the One & Only Supreme Creator.



GURU GRANTH (THE HOLY BOOK OF SIKHS) HAS QURANIC PASSAGES IN AMENDED FORMS :-

An instance of this is the fact that one of the Qur'an's verses about the majesty of God, the "throne verse," claims Nanak's attention and general assent; his own verse in the Guru Granth Sahib known as "the Gate" has a similar tone and import

In sura 2, called Al baqra (the Cow) for instance, amid brief disquisitions on a multitude of subjects, including pilgrimages, divorce, menstruation, the rights of women, proposals of marriage, and the need for killing the adversaries of Islam, there appears, quite unexpectedly, one of the grandest verses of the loran the famous throne-verse.

There is no God save Him, the living the eternal;
Slumber overtaketh Him not, nor doth sleep weary Him.
Unto Him belongeth all things in Heaven and on the earth.
Who shall intercede with Him save by His will.
His throne is as vast the Heavens and the earth.
And the keep of them wearieth Him not.
He is exalted, the mighty One.

It is this beautiful and noble text which claims the attention and general assent of Guru Nanak and it is this text which he has matched by his own famous text, the Sodar, that Gate, or The Gate, as there being no definite article in the Indo-Sanskrit languages, it can only be expressed as that,

Like what is that Gate?
With what compares that Abode?
By visiting where He sustains All?

Then in this text Guru Nanak goes to imply that the formal nature of this "Throne" is best comprehensible by human mind through reference to those areas of Reality that pertain to sound and feeling rather than those that pertain to visual and spatial aspects of Reality, as is implicated by the Quranic text.

Herein Guru Nanak has the advantage of his acquaintance with the categories of the Samkhya school of Hindu Philosophy that categorises sound as the subject element of sensibilia and perception. It is only by a careful and critical analysis of such parallel texts in the Quran and the Guru Granth, that the true interrelationship between Islam and Sikhism can be properly understood.

Another grand verse, Sura 24:35 in the Quran goes under the name of mishkatul-anwar (The tabernacle).


God is the Light of the heavens and earth.
The similitude of His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp.
And the lamp is within a glass.
And the glass, as it were a pearly star.
This lamp is lit from a blessed tree.
An olive neither of the east nor of the west;
Almost this oil would shine though no fire touched it.
Light upon Light, God guideth whom He will to His Light,
And He speaketh in parables to men, for He knoweth all things.


Guru Nanak has revealed a text which not only takes note of the above verse but also constitutes the Guru's own disquisition on the Lamp that guides.

Guru Nanak opens by declaring:

My Light is the Name of One and only God.
And its oil is the pain and suffering:
The former is consumed and the latter is then done away with.
And, lo! there is no-doing between I and Death.



Allama Iqbal - The great Muslim Poet pays rich tribute to Guru Nanak :-

The land where Chishti delivered the message of truth.
The land where Nanak sang the song of God's oneness,
The land where the Tatars made their home,
The land which lured the Arabs from Arabia,
That land is my home, that is my home.


Evolution of SIKHISM :-

It is often stated that Guru Nanak started a “universal” religion, Sikhism, which is tolerant of other faiths; and considers all faiths to be equal, i.e., many paths leading to same destination. But, if Guru Nanak DID NOT agree with categorizing people according to religious belief then how can he be the founder of a new religious belief - Sikhism

1469 to 1539

A turmoil was enveloping the Indian scene in the fifteenth century A.D. The political domain was in the grip of a pandemonium; the Pathan and the Mughal rulers were at daggers drawn and the poor populace was constantly trampled over. The impersonators and imposters were plundering the realm of religion. The caste discrimination was tearing off the social set up and brotherhood. The womanhood was brutally subjugated. Health, wealth and honour, all had become defenseless. Such was the predicament at the advent of Guru Nanak, the first Supreme preceptor of the Sikh Religion. He was born in the house of a revenue official, Mehta Kalu, in the year 1469 at Talwandi, in District Sheikhupura (now in Pakistan).

Nearly first thirty years of his life Guru Nanak minutely studied and experienced himself with all the temporal aspects of the human life. On full moon day he emerged from his contemplative trance, and declared the real purpose of his manifestation into the mundane world. His first message to mankind was "Na koi Hindu, na koi Musalman."

To reform a society and to re-instill in it the human values, a reformist needs courage to expose the exploiters. Guru Nanak was not only endowed with Godly vision but also with the fortitude to speak against the societal atrocities committed by the ruling elite, and the corrupt implementations conducted under the garb of religion. He narrated such inhuman offenses fearlessly.

 Sikhism as we know it today is the result of the teachings of the ten Gurus, the first of which was Guru Nanak (1469-1539) and the tenth and last of which was Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708).

Guru Nanak spread a simple message: "We are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation." There is no definitive biography of Guru Nanak, though there have been many attempts to write the story of his life by his devotees after his death.

There is a story of how he disappeared for three days and came back with enlightenment. It is reported that he was no longer the same person he had been. Then he uttered these words:

"There is but One God, His name is Truth, He is the Creator, He fears none, He is without hate, He never dies, He is beyond the cycle of births and death, He is self illuminated, He is realized by the kindness of the True Guru. He was True in the beginning, He was True when the ages commenced and has ever been True, He is also True now."

These words are enshrined at the beginning of the Sikh holy scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib. It was 1499 and Guru Nanak was thirty years old at this time.

After this, with a Muslim companion, Guru Nanak undertook long journeys as part of a spiritual mission. He took twelve years to return from this first journey. He then set out on a second journey traveling as far south as Sri Lanka. On his third journey Guru Nanak traveled to the north to Tibet.

Guru Nanak visited Sheikh Ibrahim, the Muslim successor of Baba Farid, the great Sufi dervish of the twelfth century at Ajodhan. When asked by Ibrahim which of the two religions was the true way to attain God, Guru Nanak replied, "If there is one God, then there is only His way to attain Him, not another. One must follow that way and reject the other. Worship not him who is born only to die, but Him Who is eternal and is contained in the whole universe."

On his fourth great journey Guru Nanak travelled to Mecca . He visited Madinah and Baghdad, too.

After having spent a lifetime in travelling abroad and setting up missions, an aged Nanak returned home to Punjab. He settled down at Kartharpur with his family. People came from far and near to hear his hymns and preaching.

After Guru Nanak’s death in September 1539, his Hindu followers thought him to be a Hindu and his Muslim followers thought him to be a Muslim. That is to say, both Muslims and Hindus viewed him from the perspective of their respective faiths.

It was the later disciples of Nanak who gave shape to a new religion, of which Nanak is considered the first Guru. In 1604, Arjan Dev (one of the ten Gurus) compiled the hymns of Guru Nanak along with the compositions of both Hindu and Muslim holy men, like Jaidev, Surdas, Sheikh Farid, and Kabir. The compiled book was enshrined by Arjan Dev in the Golden Temple and was called the Adi Granth.

It was the tenth (last)  Guru, Gobind Singh, who organized the community of Sikhs into a khalsa — "a spiritual brotherhood devoted to purity of thought and action." He taught his followers to wear long hair (kesh, denoting saintly appearance), long underwear (kachha, denoting self-control), iron bangle (kara, denoting purity in acts), comb (kangha, denoting cleanliness of mind and body), and sword (kirpan, denoting fight for a just cause).

The Sikh scripture called the Adi Granth (called respectfully as Guru Granth Sahib) is considered the Supreme Spiritual Authority and Head of the Sikh religion, rather than any living person. It contains the works of not only the ten Gurus but also the hymns by Muslims Saints (sufis ) like Sheikh Farid (1175 - 1265) and Sheikh Bhikan (who died during the early part of Akbar’s reign).



Thus  confidently we may conclude :-

  • Guru Nanak was a religious reformer at best; he was not the founder of any new religion, but a reminder that there is only One God.

  • Sikhism is the creation of the Gurus, particularly of Guru Gobind Singh, whose compositions and innovations form the content and the framework of the new religion.

  • The scripture of Sikhism is not any revelation from God but only the compositions of the Gurus as well as those of certain Muslim and Hindu mystics. For this reason, there is no meaning in talking about the authenticity of the book as a Divine Revelation. Because neither the book nor the authors claim it to have been revealed by God.

  • Guru Nanak never attempted to replace Islam with a new religion; on the other hand, his utterances point to the fact that he certainly believed Islam to be the True Religion of God.
  • Guru Nanak was a staunch supporter of the Islamic Message ( there is one Supreme God - the Soul creator of the heavens and the earth,  who has no sons or associations, his age is timeless, none are worthy of worship except him )

  • He strongly rejected the Hindu caste system, idolatry, and ritualism.

Nanak is proud to use Allah in his teachings

ਬਾਬਾ ਅਲਹੁ ਅਗਮ ਅਪਾਰੁ

बाबा अलहु अगम अपारु

Bābā alhu agam apār.

O Baba, the Lord Allah is Inaccessible and Infinite.

ਪਾਕੀ ਨਾਈ ਪਾਕ ਥਾਇ ਸਚਾ ਪਰਵਦਿਗਾਰੁ ਰਹਾਉ पाकी नाई पाक थाइ सचा परवदिगारु ॥१॥ रहाउ Pākī nāī pāk thāe sacā paravigār. ||1|| rahāo.

Sacred is His Name, and Sacred is His Place. He is the True Cherisher.

 

 

Nanak will himself be saved by the guru teaching

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नानक गुरमति उबरे सचा नामु समालि ॥४॥१०॥४३॥ 
Nānak gurma
ubre sacā nām samāl. ||4||10||43|| 
O Nanak, through the Guru's Teachings, you shall be saved, contemplating the True Name. ||4||10||43|| 

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ऐसा सतगुरु लोड़ि लहु जिदू पाईऐ सचु सोइ  
Aisā sa
gur lo lahu jiū pāīai sac soe. 
Seek and find such a True Guru, who shall lead you to the True Lord. 

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किसु हउ सेवी किआ जपु करी सतगुर पूछउ जाइ  
Kis ha
o sevī kiā jap karī sagur pūcẖẖao jāe. 
Whom shall I serve? What shall I chant? I will go and ask the Guru. 

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सतगुर का भाणा मंनि लई विचहु आपु गवाइ  
Sa
gur kā bāā man laī vicahu āp gavāe. 
I will accept the Will of the True Guru, and eradicate selfishness from within. 

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सतगुरु सेवनि आपणा हउ तिन कै लागउ पाइ  
Sa
gur sevan āpā hao in kai lāgao pāe. 
I fall at the feet of those who serve their True Guru. 

 

Prophet Muhammed is what Nanak wishes to follow

 

 ਕੋਈ ਗੁਰਮੁਖਿ ਸਜਣੁ ਜੇ ਮਿਲੈ ਮੈ ਦਸੇ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਗੁਣਤਾਸੁ कोई गुरमुखि सजणु जे मिलै मै दसे प्रभु गुणतासु Koī gurmuk saja je milai mai ase parab guṇṯās.

If I meet the Gurmukh, my Spiritual Friend, he will show me God, the Treasure of Excellence.

ਹਉ ਤਿਸੁ ਵਿਟਹੁ ਚਉ ਖੰਨੀਐ ਮੈ ਨਾਮ ਕਰੇ ਪਰਗਾਸੁ हउ तिसु विटहु चउ खंनीऐ मै नाम करे परगासु ॥१॥ Hao is vitahu cao kannīai mai nām kare pargās.
||1|| I am every bit a sacrifice to one who reveals to me the Naam. ||1||

ਸਿਰੀਰਾਗੁ ਮਹਲਾ Sirīrāg mėhlā 4.

सिरीरागु महला Siree Raag, Fourth Mehl:

ਹਉ ਪੰਥੁ ਦਸਾਈ ਨਿਤ ਖੜੀ ਕੋਈ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਦਸੇ ਤਿਨਿ ਜਾਉ हउ पंथु दसाई नित खड़ी कोई प्रभु दसे तिनि जाउ Hao panth asāī ni kaī koī parab ase in jāo.

I stand by the wayside and ask the Way. If only someone would show me the Way to God-I would go with him.

ਜਿਨੀ ਮੇਰਾ ਪਿਆਰਾ ਰਾਵਿਆ ਤਿਨ ਪੀਛੈ ਲਾਗਿ ਫਿਰਾਉ जिनी मेरा पिआरा राविआ तिन पीछै लागि फिराउ Jinī merā piārā rāviā in pīcẖẖai lāg firāo.

I follow in the footsteps of those who enjoy the Love of my Beloved.

ਕਰਿ ਮਿੰਨਤਿ ਕਰਿ ਜੋਦੜੀ ਮੈ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਮਿਲਣੈ ਕਾ ਚਾਉ करि मिंनति करि जोदड़ी मै प्रभु मिलणै का चाउ ॥१॥ Kar mina kar joḏ▫ṛī mai parab milai kā cāo. 

I beg of them, I implore them; I have such a yearning to meet God!

ਹਉ ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਵਿਟਹੁ ਵਾਰਿਆ ਜਿਨਿ ਹਰਿ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਦੀਆ ਦਿਖਾਇ ਰਹਾਉ हउ सतिगुर विटहु वारिआ जिनि हरि प्रभु दीआ दिखाइ ॥१॥ रहाउ

Hao sagur vitahu vāriā jin har parab īā ikāe. ||1|| rahāo.

I am a sacrifice to the True Guru, who has shown me the Lord God.

 

ਹੋਇ ਨਿਮਾਣੀ ਢਹਿ ਪਵਾ ਪੂਰੇ ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਪਾਸਿ

होइ निमाणी ढहि पवा पूरे सतिगुर पासि

Hoe nimāī dėh pavā pūre sagur pās.

In deep humility, I fall at the Feet of the Perfect True Guru.

ਨਿਮਾਣਿਆ ਗੁਰੁ ਮਾਣੁ ਹੈ ਗੁਰੁ ਸਤਿਗੁਰੁ ਕਰੇ ਸਾਬਾਸਿ निमाणिआ गुरु माणु है गुरु सतिगुरु करे साबासि Nimāiā gur mā hai gur sagur kare sābās.

The Guru is the Honor of the dishonored. The Guru, the True Guru, brings approval and applause.

ਹਉ ਗੁਰੁ ਸਾਲਾਹਿ ਰਜਊ ਮੈ ਮੇਲੇ ਹਰਿ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਪਾਸਿ हउ गुरु सालाहि रजऊ मै मेले हरि प्रभु पासि ॥२॥ Hao gur sālāhi na rajū mai mele har parab pās.

I am never tired of praising the Guru, who unites me with the Lord God.

ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਨੋ ਸਭ ਕੋ ਲੋਚਦਾ ਜੇਤਾ ਜਗਤੁ ਸਭੁ ਕੋਇ सतिगुर नो सभ को लोचदा जेता जगतु सभु कोइ

Sagur no sab ko locẖḏā jeā jaga sab koe.

Everyone, all over the world, longs for the True Guru.

ਸੇਵਾ ਮੰਗੈ ਸੇਵਕੋ ਲਾਈਆਂ ਅਪੁਨੀ ਸੇਵ

सेवा मंगै सेवको लाईआं अपुनी सेव

Sevā mangai sevko lāīāʼn apunī sev.

Your servant begs to serve those who are enjoined to your service.

ਸਾਧੂ ਕੀ ਹੋਹੁ ਰੇਣੁਕਾ ਅਪਣਾ ਆਪੁ ਤਿਆਗਿ

साधू की होहु रेणुका अपणा आपु तिआगि

ḏẖū kī hohu reukā apā āp iāg.

Become the dust of the Saints; renounce your selfishness and conceit.  

ਜਿਨ ਮਨਿ ਵਸਿਆ ਪਾਰਬ੍ਰਹਮੁ ਸੇ ਪੂਰੇ ਪਰਧਾਨ

जिन मनि वसिआ पारब्रहमु से पूरे परधान

Jin man vasiā pārbarahm se pūre parḏẖān.

Perfectly fulfilled and famous are those, in whose minds the Supreme Lord God abides.

 

ਤਿਨ ਕੀ ਸੋਭਾ ਨਿਰਮਲੀ ਪਰਗਟੁ ਭਈ ਜਹਾਨ

तिन की सोभा निरमली परगटु भई जहान

Ŧin kī sobā nirmalī pargat baī jahān.

Their reputation is spotless and pure; they are famous all over the world.

 

ਜਿਨੀ ਮੇਰਾ ਪ੍ਰਭੁ ਧਿਆਇਆ ਨਾਨਕ ਤਿਨ ਕੁਰਬਾਨ ੧੦੮੦ जिनी मेरा प्रभु धिआइआ नानक तिन कुरबान ॥४॥१०॥८०॥ Jinī merā parab ḏẖiāiā Nānak in kurbān. ||4||10||80||

O Nanak, I am a sacrifice to those who meditate on my God.

 

ਅਚਰਜ ਰੂਪੁ ਨਿਰੰਜਨੋ ਗੁਰਿ ਮੇਲਾਇਆ ਮਾਇ

अचरज रूपु निरंजनो गुरि मेलाइआ माइ ॥१॥

Acraj rūp niranjano gur melāiā māe. ||1||

Wondrous is the Form of the Immaculate One. Through the Guru, I have met Him, O my mother!

 

Nanak a sacrifice to prophets

ਜਿਨੀ ਨਾਮੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%AE%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9B%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A3%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%86"ਪਛਾਣਿਆHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9B%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A3%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%86" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%A8"ਤਿਨHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%A8" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B5%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%9F%E0%A8%B9%E0%A9%81"ਵਿਟਹੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B5%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%9F%E0%A8%B9%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A8%B2%E0%A8%BF"ਬਲਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A8%B2%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%89"ਜਾਉHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%89"  
जिनी नामु पछाणिआ तिन विटहु बलि जाउ  
Jinī nām pac
ẖẖāiā in vitahu bal jāo. 
I am a sacrifice to those who recognize the Naam, the Name of the Lord. 

 

Nanak is a sacrifice to Muslims

ਜਿਨਾ ਹਰਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%BE"ਕਾHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%BE" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A6%E0%A9%81"ਸਾਦੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A6%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%86%E0%A8%87%E0%A8%86"ਆਇਆHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%86%E0%A8%87%E0%A8%86" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%89"ਹਉHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%89" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%A8"ਤਿਨHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%A8" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A8%B2%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B0%E0%A9%88"ਬਲਿਹਾਰੈHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A8%B2%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B0%E0%A9%88" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B8%E0%A9%81"ਜਾਸੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B8%E0%A9%81"  
जिना हरि का सादु आइआ हउ तिन बलिहारै जासु  
Jinā har kā sā
āiā hao in balihārai jās. 
I am a sacrifice to those who enjoy the Sublime Taste of the Lord. 

 

Nanak asks to be aware of shatan [Satan] in prayer and fasts

ਤੀਹ ਕਰਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%96%E0%A9%87"ਰਖੇHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%96%E0%A9%87" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A9%B0%E0%A8%9C"ਪੰਜHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A9%B0%E0%A8%9C" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%BF"ਕਰਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A5%E0%A9%80"ਸਾਥੀHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A5%E0%A9%80" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%89"ਨਾਉHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A8%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%89" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A9%88%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A8%E0%A9%81"ਸੈਤਾਨੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B8%E0%A9%88%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A8%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AE%E0%A8%A4%E0%A9%81"ਮਤੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AE%E0%A8%A4%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%9F%E0%A8%BF"ਕਟਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%9F%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%88"ਜਾਈHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%88"  
तीह करि रखे पंज करि साथी नाउ सैतानु मतु कटि जाई  
Ŧīh kar rak
e panj kar sāthī nāo saiān ma kat jāī. 
You may observe the thirty fasts, and say the five prayers each day, but 'Satan' can undo them. 

 

Those who slander Prophet's will goto Hell

ਕੂਕਰ ਕੂੜੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A9%82%E0%A9%9C%E0%A9%81" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%AE%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%88%E0%A8%90"ਕਮਾਈਐHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%AE%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%88%E0%A8%90" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%97%E0%A9%81%E0%A8%B0"ਗੁਰHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%97%E0%A9%81%E0%A8%B0" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A8%E0%A8%BF%E0%A9%B0%E0%A8%A6%E0%A8%BE"ਨਿੰਦਾHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%A8%E0%A8%BF%E0%A9%B0%E0%A8%A6%E0%A8%BE" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9A%E0%A9%88"ਪਚੈHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9A%E0%A9%88" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9A%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A8%E0%A9%81"ਪਚਾਨੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A8%9A%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A8%E0%A9%81"  
कूकर कूड़ु कमाईऐ गुर निंदा पचै पचानु  
Kūkar kū
kamāīai gur ninā pacai pacān. 
Those who practice falsehood are dogs, those who slander the Guru shall burn in their own fire. 

 

Nanak openly praises the Muslims

ਪੀਰ ਪੈਕਾਮਰ ਸਾਲਕ ਸਾਦਕ ਸੁਹਦੇ ਅਉਰੁ ਸਹੀਦ
पीर पैकामर सालक सादक सुहदे अउरु सहीद

Pīr paikāmar sālak sāak suhe aor sahī.

The Pirs, the Prophets, the spiritual teachers, the faithful, the innocents and the martyrs.

 

ਸੇਖ ਮਸਾਇਕ ਕਾਜੀ ਮੁਲਾ ਦਰਿ ਦਰਵੇਸ ਰਸੀਦ

सेख मसाइक काजी मुला दरि दरवेस रसीद

Sek masāik kājī mulā ar arves rasī.

The Shaikhs, the mystics, the Qazis, the Mullahs and the Dervishes at His Door.

 

ਬਰਕਤਿ ਤਿਨ ਕਉ ਅਗਲੀ ਪੜਦੇ ਰਹਨਿ ਦਰੂਦ

बरकति तिन कउ अगली पड़दे रहनि दरूद ॥३॥

Barka in kao aglī paṛ▫ḏe rahan arū. ||3||

They are blessed all the more as they continue reading their prayers in praise to Him. ||3||

 

Nanak attacks the Hindu beliefs

ਪੜਿ ਪੜਿ ਪੰਡਿਤHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AA%E0%A9%B0%E0%A8%A1%E0%A8%BF%E0%A8%A4" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A9%8B%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%95%E0%A9%80"ਜੋਤਕੀHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%9C%E0%A9%8B%E0%A8%A4%E0%A8%95%E0%A9%80" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B5%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A6"ਵਾਦHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%B5%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%A6" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%BF"ਕਰਹਿHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%95%E0%A8%B0%E0%A8%B9%E0%A8%BF" HYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A9%80%E0%A8%9A%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B0%E0%A9%81"ਬੀਚਾਰੁHYPERLINK "http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=%E0%A8%AC%E0%A9%80%E0%A8%9A%E0%A8%BE%E0%A8%B0%E0%A9%81"  
पड़ि पड़ि पंडित जोतकी वाद करहि बीचारु  
Pa
pa pandi jokī vā karahi bīcār. 
After all their reading, the Pandits, the religious scholars, and the astrologers argue and debate. 

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मति बुधि भवी बुझई अंतरि लोभ विकारु  
Ma
buḏẖ bavī na bujẖ▫ī anar lob vikār. 
Their intellect and understanding are perverted; they just don't understand. They are filled with greed and corruption. 

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लख चउरासीह भरमदे भ्रमि भ्रमि होइ खुआरु  
Lak
caorāsīh barame baram baram hoe kuār. 
Through 8.4 million incarnations they wander lost and confused; through all their wandering and roaming, they are ruined.