Sat Sri Akal! I present for your reference the second paragraph of standard SGPC Ardaas: [/SIZE]'... Then of Guru Angad, Amardas and Ramdas - may they be our rescuers!' '... Think then of Teg Cahadar, remembrance of whom brings all nine treasures. He comes to rescue everywhere. Then of the tenth Lord, revered Guru Gobind Singh, who comes to rescue everywhere.' What is meant by 'come to rescue everywhere'? I was wondering this today. Are we supposed to regard the Gurus almost as saints whom we can call upon to 'come to our rescue'? Is it acceptable to address an ardaas to a specific Guru? Also, I have seen this list on the Internet and wondered where it comes from and what truth there is in it? Each one of the ten Gurus represents a divine attribute: Guru Nanak - Humility Guru Angad - Obedience Guru Amar Das — Equality Guru Ram Das - Service Guru Arjan - Self-Sacrifice Guru Hargobind - Justice Guru Har Rai - Mercy Guru Har Krishan - Purity Guru Tegh Bahadur - Tranquility Guru Gobind Singh - Royal Courage Thanks for your thoughts.