Azim Shakshiat writes ..about Guru Gobind Singh :-it sends shocks of electrifying emotions .....and the oral cavity runs dry ....just weighing the words .... INSAAF KARE JO ZAMANA TOH YAKEE'N HAI KEH DEGA KE GOBIND KA SAANI HI NAHI HAI KARTAR KI SUGAND, VA NANAK KI KASSAM HAI JEETNI BHI HO GOBIND KI TAAREEF WOH KAAM HAI YAKOOB KO YUSOF KE BESHERRNE NE RULAYA SABER KOYI KAM AISSA RASUL HAI AYA KATWA KE PISSAR(PUTTER ) CHAAR EK ASOO'N BHI NA GIRAYA . RUTBA GURU GOBIND SINGH NE RISHIO'N KA BARRAIYA The late Sardar Kartar Singh Balgan writes so beautifully .....that ones ...hair stand on ends and a shiver goes through the body ...wah wah .... CHIRRIA'N JIS DIAN BAJAA'N TO'N HON BHAROO USDE SINGHA'N DI KINNI KO SHAAN HOSI SWA LAKH NAAL EK LARRAN WALA KALGIDHAR KHUD KIDDA BALWAAN HOSI? Another mussalmaan Sabri writes so uniquely that ,so unparralledly that words strike through the body as one reads ..about this mahaan Guru Gobind Singh: DHAHENDE DESH DA JADON SAHARA NAHI SI UDON PITA ES DESH TO'N WARIYA MAI'N MATA GUJARI SARHIND DE WICH GUZRI SAMA GUZARIA JIVE'N GUZARIA MAI'N CHAAR PUTTER SAN BAKSHE PARAMATAMA NE JORRA JORRA KARKE UH BHI WARIYA MAI'N MENU MAT SHAHEN SHAH TUSI'N KAHO SIKHO KISHTAA'N WICH TAA'N KARZA UTARIA MAI'N After all that loss the Guru as radiant and glowing as the fire raging hot,but clamly says...with softness and bounds of love to humanity says ..... HINDU TURK KAYUU RAAFZEE IMAM SAFI MANAS KI JAAT SABHE EK PEHCHNABO EK HI KI SEV SABHI KO GURU DEV EK EK HI SAROOP SABHE EK JOT JAAN BO Those few words tell us the love he had for humanity ...but for Sikhs the message is very clear ......in the following lines .... soolia'n te charri hoyi teeraa'n nal veeni hoyii aje bhi jo desan parsdesi'n vasdi hai bandook de agge jo khardi hai shaati taan ke jo kharrdi hai kashmir dian wadia'n nu becha jo kharrdi hai, himalaya parbataan wichon awzaaan dendi hai, ser te dastaar, bhes kahende jo Sikh da hai, sara bharat jis nu sardar ji kahenda hai, mano,Gurcharan, bas wohi hi hasdi sadi Sikhi hai! Gurcharan Singh Kulim
GURU GOBIND SINGH AS CHAMPION OF>>INDIA’S FREEDOM>>>>Guru Gobind Singh said, if people in power start killing innocent people >and all peaceful means fail, then the only way to rectify is the use of >force. This was not an easy decision coming from a very religious person. >Thousands of years of plunder and killing by the foreign invaders to >forcefully convert them to another religion, was the deciding factor, to >use force. Some has misunderstood the use of force, and they resort to it >for any reason they seem fit. However some background is very essential for >the above major decision, to use force.>>The persecution of India was going on for thousands of years before Christ >and after Christ (as we use Christian era calendar) and there was no end in >sight. People in India had become so weak that there was no organized >resistant to the foreign invaders. There was no justice at all and killing >was a daily occurrence. Most of the invaders were Muslims. They had >two-prong approach to convert people into Islam. Sufis were doing by >persuasion and the ruling Kings by force. Guru Gobind Singh tried all >possible means to stress upon the Muslim rulers to change their ruthless >killing of innocent people, which they refused. It was under these >circumstances that Guru Gobind Singh used force to bring justice and peace >to the people of India.>>>KHALSA OF GURU GOBIND SINGH>>>Guru Gobind Singh’s main objective was that India is for the Indians and >for this end he decided that force is the only alternative left to end the >tyranny. Guru Gobind Singh recognized the need, at that time, for an army of saint-soldiers to effectively fight the forces of evil. Communal hatred was prevalent along with the exploitation of people based on their caste, sex and religion. Guru Gobind Singh organized army to bring justice.To achieve the objective of freeing India, by force, from all foreign invaders, Guru Gobind Singh created Khalsa. Guru Gobind Singh’s army besides Khalsa, were Sikhs who were not Khalsa, Hindus and Muslims. It clearly shows that Guru Gobind Singh accepted people other than Khalsa into the Universal Religion, thus maintaining its universality. This paved the way for others to join the Universal Religion Sikhism in large numbers.This very effective force of Guru Gobind Singh repulsed the foreign invaders. If Guru Gobind Singh had not used force it was just a question of time, when most of India would have become Muslim, by force and or by persuasion.Khalsa was unique being not only a soldier but also a very religious person. Khalsa should have five symbols that start with letter K in Punjabi language and also to recite daily five prescribed hymns.The five K’s are:Kachha (undergarment or short pants).Kara (steel bracelet to remind of the commitment to one God).Kirpan (sword as a weapon for defense).Kangha(comb to keep the hair tidy).Kesh (uncut hair).Five prescribed religious Hymns for Daily recital are:1. Japji of first Guru Nanak2. Jap of tenth Guru Gobind Singh3. Swayyas are ten verses of tenth Guru Gobind Singh4. Chaupai collection of verses of tenth Guru Gobind Singh5. Anand Sahib ten verses of third Guru Amardas3. GURU GOBIND SINGH AS ORIGINATOR OFRED CROSSAs the fighting progressed, there were causalities on both sides. Bhai Kanaiya used to give water not only to our own people but also to the enemies who were wounded. Several people complained to Guru Gobind Singh about it and Guru asked Bhai Kanaiya to come and see him. Bhai Kanaiya said I give water to all people, as they all look same to me. Guru Gobind Singh was very pleased and told Kanaiya that, in future, in addition to water apply this ointment to all, friend and foe alike. This was the beginning of Red Cross as told by the person who started the Red Cross when he heard this incident.> 4.GURU4. 4. GOBIND SINGH FOR EQUALITY AND SECULARISMGuru Gobind Singh believed in secularism and equality for all. He had Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs in his fighting forces. He treated them alike. He was against the regime, which was forcefully converting people to Islam.Universality of the religion was definitely continued by Guru Gobind Singh and he said very clearly as shown below:Tenth Guru Gobind Singh, saidTemple and Mosque are the same.Puja (Hindu worship) and Namaz (Muslim prayer) are the same.All people are one and same.It is through error that they appear different.Our eyes are the same. Our ears are the same.We are of one body and one built.We are a compound of earth, air, fire and water.Allah (God of Muslims) and Abhek (God of Hindus) are the same.Puran (Hindu Holy Book) and Quran (Muslim Holy Book) are the same.We are all alike. We all are the creations of the same God.5. GURU GRANTH SAHIB THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTION OF GURU GOBIND SINGHThe greatest contribution of Guru Gobind Singh, for the Universal Religion, was making it mandatory for all people to follow, Guru Granth Sahib, as the Guru for all times to come. This was proclaimed by Guru Gobind Singh before passing away, in 1708 CE and cannot be changed. This was an extraordinary achievement. Guru Granth Sahib is the holy book for the Universal Religion Sikhism. Guru Granth Sahib is composed not only by Sikhs but also by Muslims and Hindus. Thus Guru Gobind Singh carried out Universality in a practical way. In this respect Guru Gobind Singh followed the Universal path laid out by Guru Nanak and the succeeding nine Gurus including himself.
waho waho gobind singh aape guru chalya
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