Let me ask you a couple of questions which are related to the Sakhi and the Shabad.
1. What does Ghumar (Potter) mean in Hindu religion?
2. What does Ghumar mean in Islam and the two other Abrahamic religions?
3. Does it mean the same thing in the above 2?
4. Who is the Shabad addressed to by Guru Nanak, Hindus or to the Muslims?
S. Tejwant Singh Jee, permit me to write what I understand of the sabd. Last time you were trying someone to start understanding of Anand Sahib but no one came forward.
Firstly, living in Muslim country, grave yards are not permitted for potters clay. Further dirt in the grave does not change its composition at all as dead is buried in a metal coffin plus they are buried almost six seven feet down. We have ample ground to dig to make pots. However, the potters select the wet grounds to dig for clay.
Further Bhagat Kabir addresses the God as a potter in following sabd, 'ਮਾਟੀ ਏਕ ਅਨੇਕ ਭਾਂਤਿ ਕਰਿ ਸਾਜੀ ਸਾਜਨਹਾਰੈ ॥ ਨਾ ਕਛੁ ਪੋਚ ਮਾਟੀ ਕੇ ਭਾਂਡੇ ਨਾ ਕਛੁ ਪੋਚ ਕੁੰਭਾਰੈ ॥੨॥ Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.1350
One very significant aspect forgotten by most of the translators of Guru Nanak’s Sabd in discussion (AGGS, p.466) is, that the kumbhars are not expected to dig into the graves of anybody to get clay for their trade.
The implied interpretation of the Sabd by the Clerks, potter digging into the grave of Musalmán and then designing pots and pans, has been prevalent among Sikh clergy and scholars of the Sikhi. However, logical interpretation of the Sabd befitting status of the Nanak’s Philosophy mandated by the Sikh Gurus is not available anywhere. Looking closely, the Sabd is about creation of a Musalmán from the clay as mentioned in the Holy Quran and has nothing to do with disposition of human remains, the grave and the potter digging in grave yard.
Next line of the Sabd elaborates sufferings of egoistic Musalmán through worldly entanglements and accredits the Creator for the reasons within ‘Its’ domain. Mind you, the kumhars existed in India way before the invasion of the Muslims and their graves. They had been using clay to fashion all kinds of pots and pans, bricks etc. ever since the man became domesticated and learnt agriculture.
Thus it wrong interpretation which gives birth to different sakhis and matters.