On one of his travels Guru Ji came to a town and stopped at the house of an old Sikh called Chundhwadi. He was very poor and was in a fluster as to what food to place in front of Guru Ji. He went to the local town not knowing what to do. While he was there he saw a gathering of people and went to see what was happening.
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He was a precocious child who at the age of five asked questions about the purpose of life. At the age of seven he was sent to a pandit to learn the alphabet and two years later to the Maulvi — a Muslim teacher, to learn Persian and Arabic. He surprised his teacher by composing an acrostic poem with a deeply philosophical and mystic import.
He was always absorbed in his thoughts. Attained Enlightenment : — One day, Guru Nanak went for bathing in the River Bein and went missing for three days and nights. His disappearance has been described as meeting with God who ordained him to preach his name. Contributions to humanity : — Amid his opportunity on Earth Master Nanak was venerated by the two Hindus and Muslims and even today many, outside of the Sikh confidence, love him.
It is connected that as he lay kicking the bucket, his adherents some time ago Hindu and others once in the past Muslims contended whether his body ought to be incinerated as Hindu custom managed or covered as in Islamic convention.
It is said that when they evacuated the sheet which had secured the Master they discovered just wonderful blossoms. The Hindus consumed theirs, the Muslims covered theirs. Following are highlighted contribution of Guru Nanak : Equality of humans : — At the point when in the center east, the west and whatever is left of Asia subjection, class, and racial segregation was overflowing and regard between the diverse classes and standing was at a pinnacle, Master Nanak lectured against separation and biases because of race, rank, status, and so on.
Lady turns into his companion; through the lady, the future ages come. At the point when his lady kicks the bucket, he looks for another lady; to the lady, he is bound. So why call her terrible? From her, rulers are conceived. From a lady, the lady is conceived; without the lady, there would be nobody by any stretch of the imagination.
He visited head focuses everything being equal and had talks with head ministers of different groups of Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Parsees, and Muslims. Wherever he result in Spiritual talks; subsequently having adherents from every single religious foundation.
He talked in the sanctuaries and mosques and at different journey destinations. Wherever he went, Guru Nanak stood in opposition to discharge religious ceremonies, journeys, the rank framework, the forfeit of dowagers, of relying upon books to take in the genuine religion, and of the various precepts that were to characterize his lessons. Never did he request that his audience members tail him. He requested that the Muslims be genuine Muslims and the Hindus to be genuine Hindus.
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