In continuation of the discussion on Salvation in the thread http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-youth/40469-repercussions-of-cutting-my-hair-post182701.html Concept of Salvation Mukhti/Moksh/Mokh is most prevelant in Hinduism also. The word Mokh is present multiple times in Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Any Hindi or punjabi dictionary will translate the word Mokh to Salvation so I don't understand how we can deny that . Mokh as per my understanding is liberation from the cycle of birth and death.It is getting freed from the world of illusion & duality that we live in. Liberation door is clearly a metaphor. In Sikhi various inner qualities of Gurmukh and Naam Jap is the key.If you don't agree with this statement then plz share your perspective on this and also do share what according to you is the meaning of mokh in Gurubani? My understanding: Those who have inner virtuous qualities, spirituality and yearning for God get it irrespective of Bana or religion. Bana of body should be reflection of inner bana (spirituality) Do you think Baba kabir and Baba Farid whoes bani is incorporated in GGS didn't got salvation due to lack of bana.