Aad Granth Sahib - (Page 339) Reading the above mentioned Sentence collected within The Aad Granth Sahib, one cannot help realizing that 'ninda' ('criticism') appears to be far more than just a habit possessed by mankind. It appears to be a disease, infront of which all the pathogens that we know of in the medical world are of no match. The disease of criticism has infected almost every being who has the ability to communicate. Many times it seems to be a curse rather than a disease that no one is able to escape, unless, ofcourse The Satguru's Holy Blessings are Showered upon that Person. One of the many criticisms in modern times about Sikhism is regarding Satguru Ram Singh Ji's Hukamnama in which He Praises His Sikhs and Humbly Calls Himself not a Guru. Though it is True that Sri Satguru Ji Mentioned in a Hukamnama that He's not a Guru, its meanings are not being interpreted correctly by the singh sabhas who try to use this as a point to deny the True Guruship. It is a shame indeed for the singh sabha writers who have not only mistranslated The Sacred Hukamnamas, but even added outrageous lies such as Satguru Ram Singh Ji refering to Aad Granth Sahib as 'Satguru' etc. These are pure fabrications and CANNOT be thought of as reliable. Authentic Hukamnamas of Satguru Ram Singh Ji have been compiled into a Granth and may be obtained from either The Namdhari Darbar, Sri Bhaini Sahib or Namdhari Sangat world-wide. In order to interpret Guruji's Words in the same way that the singh sabha leaders are trying to fool its devoutees, the following question must first be answered: Has there been ANY Satguru Who Calls Himself a Guru? The answer is, ofcourse, NONE. Sri Satguru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj Wrote: (Aad Granth Sahib - Page 378) What did Satguruji mean by that sentence and what was He trying to accomplish? The answer to this question may lie in the Bani of Sri Satguru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj: (Aad Granth Sahib - Page 470) Regarding one's self to be lower than others appears to be a uniform fashion with which all the Satgurus have been teaching The Sikhs not to count themselves as higher beings. Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji Maharaj also wrote in His Hukamnama Ordering His Sikhs to always hide their Good Deeds. The same method was also Preached by Sri Satguru Gobind Singh Ji who did not include His name in His GurBani - Chandi Di Vaar. But ended the counts of Satgurus at Sri Satguru Teghbahader Sahib Ji. Since there has never been an incident where any of the Gurus ever proclaimed themselves as Gurus it becomes clearly pointless for the singh sabha and its followers to continue with their meaningless criticism of an Akal Purakh Satguru as warned by the Holy Sikh Scriptures mentioned on the preceeding page. For More sources on this. go to www.namdhari.faithweb.com click on the section under fabrications.