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GURU GRANTH SAHIB
THE WAY TO SUPREME LOVE AND UNIVERSAL PEACE
S. Saran Singh, I.A.S. (Retd.)

An Understanding of the True the Lodhi Sultans of Delhi became in Tibet. Most, if not all, the learned
spirit of Sikh religion, and its moral weaker by the day and yielded the holy men felt mesmerized by Guru
code offers a way to global peace territories in crucial battles to the Nanaks soulful sermons.
and amity. Sikhism needs to be invasion of Babar, the founder of Of Guru Nanaks Extensive
approached as a personal as well as Mughal Empire. Guru Nanak, and Travels:
collective transcendental experience. his successor Gurus, evolved, We have irrefutable evidence:
Every Sikh derives his/her spiritual consolidated and nurtured a e.g. the Gurdwara Nanak Shahi in
vitality from Cosmic energy inherent revolutionary and profoundly Dhaka, Gurdwara Pathar Sahib in
in Guru Granth Sahib : meaningful society, and a way of life Ladakh, Panja Sahib in Pakistan,
in what is now characterized as the and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu. Sri
youngest organised and Lanka recently discovered an
1 institutionalized religion in the inscription, traced to 16th century,
(821) world:Sikhism! which speaks of an India preacher,
In that sense, Sikhism should be Now, in the early 21st century, Jnanakacharya, by name, who visited
regarded as an epiphany, revelatory Sikhism spans six Continents, with the Sinhaladwipa and, at the instance
of the Divine spirit, reflected in all an estimated 25 million adherents of the then king, held debates with
creation and all humans, indeed in across the Globe. many a religious priest. The Seer
the entire phenomenal universe. But let us return to the glorious was non other than Guru Nanak.
Socio-Spritual Revolution: Guru Nanak. In present times, when Reaching out to Islam:
The advent of Guru Nanak (1469- fanatics are seized with a pathological In Mecca, Guru Nanak, watching
1539) marks a major breakthrough and self-destructive urge to die for the stoning of Satan, warned the
in the Bhakti tradition of the Indian relgion, instead of living by its basic Hajjis of the Satan within who
subcontinent. The vitality of neo- quest for peace, we need to renew needs to be quelled. On his return
Brahmanism (sculptured in stones of our faith in Guru Nanak. The Gurus journey from Mecca, Guru Nanak
Mahabalipuram, Ellora, Elephanta teachings are amazingly modern stayed in Baghdad and met Bahlol
and Udaygiri) had run its course and and progressive, morally as well Shah, the Sufi mystic and scholar of
exhausted itself by the Tenth Century; as sociologically. He befriended Islam, who was fascinated with the
across Indias Indo-Gangetic plains, the down-trodden (Dalits), Pir Sahib from Hindustan who
Brahmanism had practically declined championed womens right to sang Allahs praises, in Farsi, to the
into dogma, a multiplicity of gods and respect, dignity and equality.Guru music of stringed rabab played by
goddesses, a clutch of rituals and Nanaks prescription for conflict his Muslim companion, Mardana.
daunting esoteric Trantric practices. resolution, invariably stressed Bahloll spoke of seven spheres of the
Religion was presided over by a dialogue. Indeed, he sought out Solar System that the Qurran
privileged priestly class, aided and community leaders and engaged in mentioned. With gentle
abetted by feudal rulers. In this soul-searching exploration of Reality reasonableness, Guru Nanak gave
milieu, the residuary Buddhism of with infinite love, humility and Bahlol a glimpse of the Infinity of
the Vajrayana brand had also compassion. He spoke with the heavenly bodies that moved
succumbed to the juggernaut of Siddha Yogis in the Himalayan ceaselessly in the mysterious Space.
complex rites and rituals. cloisters, the ulema in Multan, Mecca, An inscription in Arabic still exists
To add to the woes of the people, Isphahan and Bagdad, and the Lamas in old Bagdad city, commemorating

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the Gurus stay. According to ground swell of devotional Guru Nanaks notion of EK-
Anandacharya (quoted by Sahu T.L. renaissanceas Gyan ki Andhi! ONKAR, on the other hand, gives
Vasvani): upon this slab of granite, With the awakening of human TOTALITY a meaning of transcendent
O Nanak, you sat speaking of love spirit, Guru Nanak was keenly aware power and beauty that is celebrated
and holy light, Prince among of the anguish and deprivation of the in perpetuity in a thousand songs of
Bharatas holy ones. What song impoverished and enslaved masses. adoration of God:
didst thou sing to charm the soul of On the invasion of Mughal army in
Bahlol, what peace from the 1520s, he was taken prisoner, with (6)
Himalayas lovely forest didst thou hundreds of other civilians, until The hymn that is symbolic of
carry to the groves and rose gardens Babar personally intervened to set affirmation of the Divine existence in
of Baghdad! For eight lunar fortnights free the non-combatants. In hymns a myriad modes occurs at three
did Bahlol, Muree-e-Saeed, listen to of great agony and compassion, different locations in Guru Granth
your words, as life and its mystery, Guru Nanak lamented the plight Sahib. This symphonic assertion of
as the moon waxed and waned.... of the people, invoked Gods mercy the Divine Presencein space and in
The religious culture in medieval and pleaded for fair treatment of timeand beyondhelps us to orient
India was astonishingly tolerant, and women folk: ourselves inwards towards
enriched the Bhakti movement. Its emancipation and the final goal of a
appeal brought about a keen human being as jivan mukta.
awareness of the deeper religous The name, the Sikhs use for God
experience.e Islams contact with (417) is: Waheguru, which means the
the rich Hindu literature and lore The Credal Unity in the Divine Marvelous Master. According to poet
nurtured its Sufi mysticism., creating Power: Sainapat, author of Sri Guru Sobha
a ferment of piety and compassion, As the peoples Prophet, Guru (Circa 1711 AD) the Tenth Master,
as well as a fertile environment fo Nanak wanted to, lead the masses Guru Gobind Singh recited the
religious discourse. out of despair, and into a world of Name Waheguru repeatedly at
Guru Granth Sahib is replete with peace, self-reliance and piety. His the time of initiating and anointing
reference to devotees everywhere key message in Japji is universally the Khalsa, on First Baisakh in
who connected with Sprit Divine: appealing. Mul Mantra, the 1699.
Some called him Ram, others Allah, quintessential creed, spells out: the Many metaphorical references in
some Krishna, others Karim, One and only Creative Being who is Guru Granth Sahib are precisely
Parmatma or Parwardigar. The Ever True, Without Fear or hate, applicable to the present day
landscape seemed rainbow coloured. Timeless, unborn and Self-effulgent, situations. This abiding quality of
This rainbow is, however, Who is experienced through His Gurbani can be easily put to test to
scarcely reflected in the history Grace. harness the basic strengthand
books of our schools and colleges. This definitive declaration is overcome the weaknessof human
The historys linear time-frame talks qualitatively different from the nature. For instance, Gurbani
of the rise and fall of dynasties, and Upanishad doctrine of Neti, Neti. repeatedly exposes the hypocrisy of
the battle drums beating, taking us The negative view of Parbrahma who so-called priestly class, the rampant
right upto the British colonial period. permeates the Universe does not corruption in the ranks of ruling
History simply bypasses the moral offer any hope of ultimate redemption bureaucracy, and the brutality
and cultural resurgences of India- of man. The Buddhist notion of associated with fanatical pursuit of
during the times of the Gurus Shunya, or emptiness/void, suffered negative notions in religion.
(1469-1708) and the galaxy of from the same inadequacy. Shuniya,
Bhaktasfrom Namdev to Kabir, as an instrument of experiencing
Ravidas, Bhikhan Shah, totality of universe, becomes an
Ramanand to Shankardeva and identity-free psychological 2 (662)
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Or, sample this couplet of Kabir: Buddhists and Sikhs. The text of exhorts, guides, even implores the
, Guru Granth Sahib, prepared by seeker to know the Reality and
Guru Arjun in 1604, bears testimony achieve self realization:
, (1103) Is to this spirit of unity.
it not tragic that the primitive animal What links Sikhism with people of (441)
instinct to kill fellow humans should, all faiths across time and space is The essential point that the
in the 21st Century, overpower sundry the abiding message of Guru Granth Scriptural Text makes is that
groups of fanatics in the name of Sahib. The text has been with the humanity must curb evil, create
religion? people for 400 years. It has been inner light and outer awareness
In the absence of correct translated in English and, more of nature and environment, ensure
interpretation/propagation of religious recently, in French and Spanish. equitable socio-economic
texts, violence has assumed inter- Calcuttas Lachman Chellaram has conditions for the welfare and
continental proportions. Fanatical translated the Holy Scripture in happiness of mankind. The insights
individuals have been seized with a Bengali, Gujrati, Marathi and Sindhi, acquired in different cultures, times
self-destructive pathological mania while the Madurai Kamaraj University and places are valuable as mans
to killand die for their religion has had the key portions rendered heritage, howsoever inadequate they
instead of living for it. It is such blind into Tamil discovering, in the process, may be in comprehending Gods
fanaticism that needs to be mellowed an amazing accordance of thought immensity. The Sikh philosophy sets
down and replaced with Gods love with the THIRUKURAL. store by the radiant knowledge, or
and spirit of harmony. Guru Granth, as repository of Brahm Gyan, as the vehicle for
Truth comes at a Heavy Price! Sikh philosophy, is the poetry of devotional realization of God. It is a
A heavy price has been piad, in pure devotion. It demands to be pathway to Cosmic Equipoise, or
India and elsewhere for groups and approached in humility, and with Sahaj Avastha. It demands
outfits wanting to establish their own devotion, as the shining guidepost to subordination of Haumai or I-ness.
brand of kingdom of God on earth. SELF DISCOVERY. It succinct In contemporary idiom, this can be
What the people need is musical measures, in 31 Ragas, called I-Obsession, which is the
Just Order ( ), and social illumine the dark recesses of opposite of common good, or sarbat-
equality. ignorance in our mind. Its reading da-bhala.
In the quest of peace, men of and comprehension has the power To overcome this obsession one
God have paid a heavy price in every to sweep away cobwebs of doubt: needs to join sadhu sangat, the
age. Guru Arjun was turtured to sometimes in gentle persuation, at congregation of good people. Over
death in 1606, perhaps the first other times with the force of a a period of timeand in Gods Grace
martyr in Indian history. tornado. The text, in its myriad the closed lotus within each
In some ways, the horrendous variations, constitutes theIntelligent individual begins to blossom, and
event recalls the crucifixion of Jesus Mans Guide to inner peace and one is enveloped in a peace and
under the Roman rule in Judaea. outer harmony. Its lyricism create a poise that passeth understanding,
Guru Arjun, who built the Golden groundswell of energy that is a spur like the blossoming of Lotus:
Temple, used to speak of Sacha to the pursuit of happiness: Using this bio-
PatshahThe true king of universe, genetic terms, one can say that
a term that irked the mughal emperor. SANGAT brings about a
So he was arrainged and turtured to (186) neurogenetic change, whereby the
death. The sacrifice only One Human Race the Good of All: nervous system becomes radiant
strengthened the resolve of his son Gurbani guides every kind of with optimum creative posibilities:
and successor, Guru Hargobind to human being, of whatever race or z
spread the message of love among religion; it inspires, comforts, cajoles, 7 (907)
all people: Hindus, Muslims, castigates, warns, encourages, (Courtesy : The Sikh Review)

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