Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji was declared as Eighth Nanak Guru by his father Shri Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji before his death in 1661. Ram Rai, the eldest son of Guru Har Rai Sahib, was inflamed with jealousy. He had long cherished a desire to be the next Guru of the Sikhs.
“I am fed up with his habit of drinking. He sometimes starts drinking very early in the morning. He does not even think how much our son is going to be affected. At present he does not understand, but after a few years he will definitely be badly affected.
Mohini was stunned to read that letter. She looked at the dead body of her little sister. She put her arms around it and pulled it towards her. She began to shout and cry so loudly that several women from the neighborhood entered their house.
“Anyway, please keep my card with you in case you need my cab,” said the cab driver, and put a card in her hand.
Sohini opened her purse to give him the money. She paid him and kept his card in her purse. The cab driver started his cab and moved away.
Imagining that such a beautiful woman would be so close to him, Shridhar got extremely excited and enthusiastic. He had very faint image of her in his mind, but his artist’s mind had already begun to complete her picture.
Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji used to wear two swords called ‘Miri’ and ‘Piri’. The first sword was the symbol of military power and the second symbolized spiritual power. The Sikh then became ‘Saint-Soldier.’
The voice of the singer was coming from my right side. I began to walk towards it. It was a handsome young man, singing an Arabic song. He had a one string musical instrument called ‘Iktara’ in his hand. I heard the words very attentively. He was singing, “Everyone wants at least a little love in his life, may be a glimpse of love.”
“These human relations are incomprehensible,” said Paras, looking at his friend who was sitting across the table in that small restaurant. It was on the second floor of a shopping complex, a kind of attached terrace where there were about ten tables for the visitors.
Leaning against the railing on the deck, looking towards the horizon, Seema was lost in her thoughts, almost indifferent to what Jeevan and little Anmol were doing in the cabin. Suddenly, she looked at the sea waves crashing against the huge steel ship. It seemed as if they were crying in agony. She began to compare her life to those shattering sea waves.
Guru Arjan Sahib Ji was very humble and soft spoken. He was a perfect blend of devotion and sacrifice.
When he was only 18 years old, Shri Guru Ramdas Sahib Ji Maharaj installed him as the Fifth Nanak, the fifth Guru of the Sikhs.
Ramdas Ji was a virtuous man, with considerable merit. He was full of devotion, piety, energy, and eloquence. Guru Amardas Sahib Ji tested him on several occasions, and Ramdas Ji successfully passed all the tests.
Guru Amardas Sahib Ji worked hard to spread the message of Sikhism. He went to several parts of India to spread his message. He also sent his Sikh missionaries to several parts of the country to spread the message of Sikhism.
Incarnation of divinity, a mystic, a saint, the founder of Sikhism, Shri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji was born on 13th of April, 1469, at Rai-Bhai-di, Talwandi (Now in Pakistan). It is situated now in Shekhupar District of Pakistan.