In this posting, I share with you my metal deliberations on the first four sentences of 16th Pauri of Japji Sahib.Trying to understand what teaching Guru Sahib is trying to me in these four lines, I looked into some of the literature to which I had access. The first sentence...
During the early forties, I was a student studying at the Khalsa Collegiate School, Amritsar. The students were taken to the gurdwara for celebrating the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev. One of us read a poem in Panjabi with the title, Guru Nanak! Please, come again.
"We need you very urgently...
Sikhs do call, Guru Nanak as their Prophet. Which is wrong, becos hazrat Muhammad [SAW]was the last prophet, and all others who claim to be one, are hypocrites and false prophet.
Guru Nanak was no Prophet just reformer, it would be clear by reading the fowlling.
Qualities of a Prophet of...
pushhan gal eemaan dhee kaazee mulaa(n) eikat(h)ae hoee||
Qazi and maulvis got together and began discussing religion.
vaddaa saa(n)g varathaaeiaa lakh n sakae kudharath koee||
A great fantasy has been created and no one could understood its mystery.
Somebody said... "Guru Gobind based his teachings on Hermetic thought and that Guru Nanak was clearly influenced by Templar culture and chivalry"
What are your views? Please be objective in your discussion.