Who gave Shri Akhand Paath?

Who gave Shri Akhand Paath?

When Guru Gobind Singh finished writing the Guru Granth Sahib, it is stated that he had five members of the congregation (Sadh Sangat) sing the completed Granth to him constantly for more than two days and nights. On the morning of the third day, when everyone was exhausted and needed a break, they sang an akhand paath (a song without music). This paath was called "Shri Akhand Paath". The words of this song are as follows:

"O God! I seek refuge in You from the evils of this world. Show me the door to eternal happiness."

This song reminds us that even though we are slaves to our desires, they can never harm God. He has sent His only Son Jesus Christ to save us who live in constant danger of going to hell because of our sins. When we accept Him as our personal Savior, we will be saved from death and go to heaven when we die.

God loves us so much that He sent His only Son Jesus Christ to pay the price for our sins. What better gift could there be?

Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the father except through me." John 14:6.

Who killed Guru Nanak Dev?

Gurus of Sikhs

Guru NanakFounder of Sikhism
Guru Har KishanWas the Guru from age 5 till his death before reaching 8 years.
Guru Tegh BahadurWas publicly beheaded by Aurangzeb for refusing to convert to Islam in 1675.
Guru Gobind SinghEstablished the Khalsa in 1699 and organized the Sikhs into a martial sect.

Who was Shambhu?

Pand Shambhu Maharaj (1910–November 4, 1970) was a Guru of the Lucknow Gharana (school) of Kathak, an Indian classical dance style.

Shambhu Maharaj
NationalityIndian
OccupationIndian classical music dancer
Years active1952–1970
Known forPadma Shri, Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship

Where was Guru Angad Dev born and raised?

This article is part of a series on Sikhism. The second of the 10 Sikh gurus was Guru Angad Dev. He was born into a Hindu family in the hamlet of Harike (now Sarae Naga, near Muktsar) in the northwest Indian subcontinent, with the birth name Lehna. His father's name was Mangal. When he was eight years old, his father died. Thereafter, he lived with his mother and two older brothers.

Guru Angad Dev learned martial arts from his brother Makhan Singh and played an important role in their father's military campaigns. After their father's death, he helped his mother run the small farm they lived on. At the age of 30, he went to Amritsar to meet with his third guru, Guru Arjan. The two men decided to become spiritual leaders and started traveling around India spreading the teachings of God. They ended up building a school in Amritsar called Darbar Sahib where students from all over Asia could learn from them. When Guru Arjan died, he was asked by his followers to choose another leader. So, at the age of 36, Guru Angad Dev became the fourth guru of the Sikhs.

Over time, he grew more interested in spirituality and less in fighting. He founded many monasteries for monks to live in and taught people through lectures and poems.

How did Guru Nanak Dev go to the River Bain?

Guru Nanak went to the river Bain for a bath early one morning, accompanied by Mardana. Guru Nanak did not resurface for several days after leaping into the river. It was speculated that he drowned. The locals looked everywhere, but he was nowhere to be seen. Guru Nanak, on the other hand, was in holy connection with God. So He stayed alive in order to preach about love and peace.

Guru Nanak had forbidden his followers from following his example and said that when the time came for them to die they would not be able to say that they had done so. Therefore, they should prepare themselves by doing good deeds and making prayers to reach God's paradise.

Guru Nanak lived in Pakistan before coming to India. In India too, people used to call him "Bhai Gurdwara" which means'respected brother'.

Who was the father of Guru Nanak Dev?

Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, was born on October 20th, 1469 AD in Talwandi (Nankana Sahib) to a Hindu family near the city of Lahore (now part of Pakistan). Mehta Kaloo Ji was his father, and Mata Tripta Ji was his mother. Bhai Gurdas Ji writes about Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birth. The exact time of his birth is not known but it has been estimated to be around 3:00 AM.

After their marriage, Mehta Ji moved to Kallu Sarai, where they had many children. The eldest son was named Raja Jassa Singh, who later became the first martyr of the religion. The other sons included Darbar Dhillon, Bir Karam Das and Hira Mani Dassi. All three brothers were very religious; they used to go on long pilgrimages and teach others about God. They also wrote books that are still read by Sikhs today.

When Raja Jassa Singh turned 18, he left home to pursue a career in government service. He eventually rose to become the chief minister of Punjab five times! Meanwhile, his two younger brother's took over the family business. In 1577, when Raja Jassa Singh was alive, they opened a school for boys in Kallu Sarai called "Dhanvantari Sufi Madrassah". This is where Gurudatta, the second of the three brothers, taught mathematics.

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