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They, who love You in word, thought 20 and deed, attain all they seek. The wild, the ignorant, and the fool turn Wise, on having Your Sight. The Guru then sang the last part of his Composition, which is as under - "0 Mohan, You have fruitioned with Your large family of Creation.
He, who praised You, the Yama does not touch him. Nanak humbly prays: that he leans on You, that he may swim across the Sea of Existence.
Poet Santokh Singh has written that when a Sikh mentioned about the confusion created by false compositions created in the name of Guru N:anak, only then Guru Arjan Dev thought of compiling all of Gurus' Compositions in one Book. According to Gur Bilas, one day Guru Arjan Dev was thinking of compiling all of the Compositions of the Gurus in one Book, when a Sikh came to the Guru and complained to him about the confusion created by the spurious compositions of other writers.
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Then the Guru made up his mind to compile a book of the Gurus' Compositions. Mohan lives in the upper storey of the house. He has collected the Compositions of the first four Gurus and possesses those books. Some body should make an effort to bring here those books from him. Then Guru Arjan himself went there.
He took bath in the Baoli COpen well and offered prayers. Then Guru Amar Das came in his vision. Guru Amar Das told him that he should utter praises of Mohan. Mohan would come and fall on his feet, and would thus fulfill his wishes.
Saying this, Guru Amar Das disappeared. On reaching there, sat down in the middle of the street. On seeing the Guru sitting on the bare floor of the street, the Sikhs brought many types of carpets to spread on the floor, which the Guru did not accept.
The Guru held a "tambura" in his hands and sang a Song in praise of Baba Mohan, which has already been given above. Baba Mohan then gave both the books to Guru Arjan. These two poet historians state that while handing over the two books to Guru Arjan Dev, Baba Mohan mentioned to the Guru about his earlier mistake when he had refused to bow at the feet of Guru Ram Das at the bidding of his father, Guru Amar Das.
After that Mohan repented for his mistake when he returned to the upper storey of his house. He repeatedly begged of his father, Guru Amar Das for pardon. Guru Amar Das then said that he should preserve the Compositions of the First Four Gurus, and when Guru Arjan himself comes, these books be given to him. He would thus pardon his mistake. Poet Santokh Singh has thus written about Baba Mohan's appeal for pardon - These words were heard emanating from the upper storey of the house.
I am pleased with you, and utter these words which you must adhere to. The Gurus' Compositions, which you have, keep them with you with care. Ramdas' son is a Learned man. He is to compile a Book of Gurus' Compositions.
Even those who will deeply explore the Gurus' Word, will not attain higher position than you have. If any body else comes, do not give these to him, as you 22 will not gain anything from him. You did not bow to Ram Das. You then bow to his son. Hold his feet, effacing your egoism completely. He will become your Saviour. Do not have any other consideration, consider him as the Perfect True Guru. He writes- o Mohan, you are a very great man. You have collected the Gurus' Compositions and placed them at one place.
You are a great benefactor of humanity. Whosoever shall read and hear, shall be delivered. Great men appear in the world, they serve the humanity to relieve their pain. Story in 'History of Guru Khalsa' The above mentioned two poets have laid their stress completely on how Guru Arjan Dev got the idea of compiling all of the Gurus' Compositions in one Book, and made all out efforts to obtain the two books from Baba Mohan.
But Giani Gian Singh writes in History of Guru Khalsa that the Guru issued an edict to aU the Sikhs liVing far and near in all parts of the country asking them to send to him any Composition of any of the preceding Four Gurus to complete his record.
It took many years to complete this task. At last, the Guru also received the two books in the possession of Baba Mohan. The Giani writes - Guru Arjan thought over the problem.
He arrived at the conclusion that a religion and its followers are sustained on the basis of their sacred book alone. We should collect all the Compositions of the Gurus, and compile a book of Divine knowledge and name it "Granth Sahib".
Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji - English Translation in full
The Guru while issuing edicts to the Sikhs living in all parts of the country, gave his proposal for compilation of a Holy Book incorporating therein all the Gurus' Compositions, naming it "Granth Sahib", and for this purpose asked them to bring it to him, if any of them possessed any of the Compositions of the Gurus. On receiving this Command of the Guru, whatever Composition one had committed to memory since the time of Guru Nanak Dev, or had written down, they aU took the same to the Guru and got them recorded with him.
In this way, a large amount of Gurus' Compositions were collected. When in this way, during the course of many years, the Guru was able to collect all of the Gurus' Compositions, he arranged the Compositions of earlier Four Gurus and his own Compositions in a methodical manner We have before us the views of the three historians. According to Gian Singh it took many years to collect the Compositions in the way stated by him. While the story of collection of Gurus' Compositions from Baba Mohan, which the first two writers have made so attractive, fascinating and beautiful with their imaginary arguments is there, Giani Gian Singh has given no significance to it, and has only stated that Baba Mohan's two books contained very small amount of Gurus' Compositions.
He was resident of]alalpur Pargana, Hassan Abdal.
He brought a huge book, in which he had recorded the Compositions from the time of Guru Nal ak Dev to the time of the Fourth Guru, by residing with the Gurus.
He offered that huge book to Guru Arjan Dev. The Guru took extracts from that book, as he considered necessary, and returned the book to Bakhta.
Now that book is with his descendent, Boota Singh Pasari at Rawalpindi. Gian Singh further asserts : "A man can hardly lift this book. Events in the life of Guru Nanak Dev 3. From the cultural point of view, comparative study of Gurus' Compositions.
First of all, let us examine the three historians' pleas by applying logic. The first two poet historians' stories appear to be totally hollow.
Their whole stress has been on how Guru Arjun Dev Secured the two books in possession of Baba Mohan, but those books contain a very small amount of Gurus' Compositions. The third historian has also written to this effect. It was, therefore, not possible to compile Guru Granth Sahib as a very big volume on the basis of those two books. It was necessary to collect more of the Gurus' Compositions, apart from these two books.
Presumably to complete the deficiency of the first two historians, Giani Gian Singh writes that Guru Arjan issued edicts to The Sikhs in all parts of the country and collected the Compositions of the first four Gurus. Gian Singh's plea that the Guru collected the Compositions of the Gurus by sending an edict to the Sikhs, also does not appear to stand to reason. Who-so-ever reformer emerges on the world scene, he does not work merely as time server to meet a particular situation.
Those who adopt time serving measures to meet a situation, the effect of their reforms disappears as soon as they depart from this earth. The posterity can avail of the good work done by that Blessed man only when his ideas had been reduced to writing as a permanent record.
Even an ordinary person underst1nds this axiom. The centuries old evils present in the social life of the people, could not be removed merely by verbal sermons of five to ten years. It is for this reason that Guru Nanak Dev continued to appear in nine more 'generations.
However, the sermons of God's Man can be made applicable to the whole world only if arrangements were made to preserve them properly.
So, it was not the case, that Guru Nanak Dev had given sermon to a person, and had considered the endall of the story and had not preserved it for universal applicability.
During the time of Guru Nanak Dev, there was no scarcity of paper, pen and ink.
The only way to preserve his Compositions, was to reduce them to writing and keep record with him. This was the only way his sermons to a particular person could have the universal applicability.
No one else has so much sense of understanding and responsibility of one's work as he himself has.
If a God's Man himself does not preserve in writing the ideas he preaches to remove the evils in a society, he would fail to make these ideas known to the world at large, and also to the posterity, for none else can do this job for him. People go to poetic symposia to hear the poems of learned poets. There are the poems, which when readout, are greatly applauded by the listeners, who insist on those being repeatedly read, some are read twice or even three times.
We have not seen or heard of any of the listeners, who would be so much influenced by the poems readout, that they would listen and at the same time write them down on pieces of paper they would carry with them to preserve them as a gift. During the time of Guru Nanak 26 Dev, there must have been queer types of people who allegedly had such inclinations!
On the occasion of Diwali, a large number of sadhus assemble at Amritsar every year.
They stay outside the city limits, toward Ram Bagh. There is great festivity for 5 - 7 days. Many devoted women folk of the city take to these sadhus all sort of delicious foods to eat, and serve them with great zeal and utter praises of the sadhus - "hail to santji, hail to sant ji".
A big fair is held throughout day time.
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The sadhus are not only visited by women folk; but men also go there in large number. Among those sadhus, there are some learned ones also. They preach religion to the people. People are fully aware that every year, sadhus come there and stay there for a few days. People go there to listen to those sadhus..
But we have not observed that any person having gone there would take pieces of paper and writing material with him with the intention to note down the preachings of the sadhus. During the time of Guru Nanak Dev, people had the same nature as the people of the present age have.
Let us keep apart the nature of man. Guru Nanak Dev had undertaken three long missionary journeys in order to eradicate the evil, which had affected the people in their religious, social, economic and political life. The Guru visited the peaks of Himalayan mountain ranges.
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This spark, surprisingly, leads you into a social path, where you begin offering social service to the needy people of the world. Beautiful days set in.
The ecstasy is kept alive by loud singing of God all through those beautiful days. Guru Granth provides the lyrics[Shabad in Punjabi]. I never saw You in humanity and Nature. You were right in front of me! Guru Granth is all about that. The first eight pages[Japuji] are his philosophy in nutshell.
The rest of the Granth is meant to be sung in classical Indian Raags.
The Shabads are words of praise on the Universal God.People are fully aware that every year, sadhus come there and stay there for a few days. There is no shortage of those who preach and teach.
These two poet historians state that while handing over the two books to Guru Arjan Dev, Baba Mohan mentioned to the Guru about his earlier mistake when he had refused to bow at the feet of Guru Ram Das at the bidding of his father, Guru Amar Das. The muhnmukhs are superficial beings, who perform religious rituals like an unwanted bride decorating her body, but her husband Lord does not come to her bed; day after day, she grows more and more miserable p Views View Edit History.
Even an ordinary person underst1nds this axiom. The Great Giver keeps on giving, while those who receive grow weary of receiving.