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Pran Sangli Part -1 And 2 - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. प्राण संगली भाग -1 और 2 (गुरु नानक जी का दुर्लभ ग्रन्थ) . 02 PRAN SANGLI PART - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. Pran Sangali. by Dr. Jagjit Singh Khanpuri (Author) Language: Punjabi Total Download: Share this Book.. DOWNLOADREAD LATERREAD NOW WRITE.

Also there were numerous ancient temples; some are given below most of which the Guru might have visited. Places connected with Ram, Sita, Hanuman and Ravan e. Dr Kainth and Mr Modi [41][42] searched for the place thoroughly but could not locate it. We researched a lot; enquired from local people and went to every single lane in Batticaloa to understand the truth.

Guru Nanak visited Kurukalmadam, next the details of which have been given by Dr. Kirpal Singh and Mr. When Guruji visited this place there was no village then.

The village owes its name to Guruji. The tradition of the visit of a saintly missionary from the Punjab to that place is still well known to the local residents.

According to a tradition Bhai Changa Bhatra belonged to this area. We visited Kurukkalmadapam and started looking for traces of visit all over the city. We reached every possible agency and all the local residents about the history of the place.

We also went to every possible temple, mosque and church because their population is from Muslim and Hindu religions.

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These people mentioned of two Gurus visiting the place one in AD and one later. We discussed this aspect with various local people who hesitated in the beginning but later as they got to know us and our work and opened up with us. They told us that there was a temple which was here since years but the Dutch destroyed it, when they were in Sri Lanka and still the remaining of the temple were buried at that very place.

Next day myself and my friend Brij Mohan Singh went to the temple in Kurukkalmadam and it was divine being in that temple. We went to a temple, and found a symbol of a flower inscribed on a silver plate which matched the symbol in the script we had found in the museum.

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We tried to figure out the importance of that symbol, from various scholars and priest of the temple. They told us that that the symbol is considered very religious and the people worship it whole heartedly. The priest of the temple disclosed that there was a pond behind the temple.

We went to the pond and were astonished by the strange attraction.

That water of the pond was different… felt instincts of powerfulness. That was the first time during my whole journey I felt instincts that were so powerful and peaceful.

Main uss jal nu chakya bhi, tanh mainu vibration mehsus hui!! I even tasted that holy sweet water and felt a vibration inside me. Next day, near the pond I prayed to God ……and continued looking around that area. There was ….. We tried tasting that fruit, but local people stopped us from tasting it, they said it was poison.

But we had faith in the power and we tasted it and it was a sweet after the fact that retha is always considered sour, most bitter and such a product is used as a soap in other parts of the world Finding the sweet retha was our biggest achievement…..

Dr Bajwa, S. Brijmohan Singh, Dr Chawla, Mr. Modi and S. Chaddha are actively working to set up a gurdwara at the site. Site and the Day and night view of the planned Gurdwara Proposal of a new gurdwara at Kurukalmandap 2 Day view 3. The book is about the history, community and religions of Sri Lanka.

Pran Sangli - Attributed To Guru Nanak Sahib

It says that later Nanak Gurunath visited Sri Lanka after years. When we discussed this aspect with the author, he focused his words that, there were 2 Nanaks who came to Srilanka…. The second was Bhai Paira whom he mentioned as Guru Nanak. They were very much convinced.

When we were to leave they presented us with a copy of the book written by the head of Kurukalmandpam. Images of the book written by the head of Kurukkalmadam are given below: There was no clue of any Sikh settlement either.

There's a Buddhist Spoot, the biggest spoot in the world. We also discovered various Scripts, We found that there were bits of Punjabi language inscribed over them and we also found a script with Nanak written over it. We discovered that the script might contain AD languages i. These languages were getting mixed during this period and Gurmukhi originated from the mix of these languages only.

We are still working, over decoding the Script found in Srilanka. We did our survey by going to various museums, morgue record points, various churches and mosques and unlimited temples. The sea coast was relatively dry. The sandy dunes were spread all over and the water was rarely to be seen. Sri Lanka: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population, World Gazetteer.

Punch-marked coins called puranas that were current in India during the time of Buddha 6th to 5th centuries B.

He had drawn lines around his kitchen to maintain the purity of the food. Mardana went to the sadhu and asked for a little fire from his hearth. Mardana stood outside the cooking square, but, however, his shadow was cast inside.

The cooking square was thus polluted. The sadhu on seeing this became mad with anger. He took out a burning stick from his hearth and ran after Mardana to hit him. Mardana ran to reach the Guru for help, but was hotly chased by the sadhu. Sat Guru Ji calmed the sadhu and made him wise with the following teachings — Perversity of the mind is like a low caste woman.

The desire to find fault with others is like a scavenger Woman. The sin of wrath is like an utter out-caste. Nanak says: they alone shall be deemed good and pure, who do not walk in the way of sin. Who had written the above mentioned Slok at that time? Did that sadhu throw away the burning stick from his hand, and went to his cooking square to bring piece of paper and the writing material, then came back and wrote it?

Did the sadhu keep pieces of paper and the writing material with him? But sadhus have no home, no wife and no children. Supposing this sadhu had written down the above mentioned Slok, then who was his descendent, who would have delivered it to Guru Arjan Dev. When Babar had caused plundering and general massacre of people of Saidpur, hundrecs of men and women were captured.

Guru Nanak Dev and Bhai Mardana were also taken prisoners along with other people. The author of Puratan janamsakhi writes Babar sacked the town of Saidpur, put many men to the sword and captured others. While the Guru was made to carry a heavy load on the head, Mardana worked as a groom.

Later Guru Nanak Dev was asked to grind at a hand worked stone mill. Many women, Pathans, Khatries and Brahmins, had also been captured. The Guru and the women prisoners were all put to grind the corn. It so happened that the stone-mill of the Guru continued to operate without any effort.

At that time, Emperor Babar came and saw himself this happening. They, who revelled in their palaces, now do not find a seat even in the common. O Lord, All Hail. They were carried in palanquins, and the bangles inlaid with ivory dangled round their arms. In greetings , water was waved over their heads, and they were fanned with. They chewed nuts and dates, and enjoyed the bridal couch.

To-day noose has been put round their necks, and their necklaces of pearls are broken into bits. If He so Wills, He punishes man. Now that the writ of Babar prevails, even princes do not get their bread to eat. How can a Hindu woman, without a bath and without plastering her kitchen square, anoint her fore-head with the saffron-mark?

Nanak says: whatever the Lord Wills comes to pass. What else tan a man do by himself? Whatever they have lost, make good their losses. He also returned to them some of their things, which had been looted. The people, however, had been greatly terrified, and were fear stricken. They had seen with their own eyes barbarities being perpetrated in Saidpur. The rising flames of the burning city were still in their vision and frightening them.

The author of Purantan janamsakhi writes Then the people thus released from prisons, would not go back to the city, without the Guru accompanying them. Then on the third day, the Guru came back to Saidpur again. When he came back to Saidpur, he saw that the dead bodies of the people who had been slaughtered, were lying there. Whatever you willed, that has happened. Where are the drums and flutes? Where are the sword-belts, chariots and red dresses of the soldiers? Where are the looking glasses and the beauteous faces?

No, I do not see them before me. The World belongs to You. You are its Master. O Brother, It is He, Who establishes and destroys all, in a moment. He distributes wealth as He likes. Where is that comfortable couch of the damsel, by seeing whom one could not sleep? Where are those betel leaves, betel-sellers, charming fairies? They have vanished like the shadow. It cannot be amassed without committing sins, and it departs company when one dies.

He, whom the Creator Himself destroys, He first deprives him of the virtues. The invaders, despite all this, burnt houses, resting places and huge palaces. They caused the princes to be cut into pieces, and their bodies rolled into dust. No Mughal became blind by their incantations and magical charms. No miracle, and no charm, could rescue anyone from disaster!

While the Mughals fired their guns, the others put their elephahts forth. Those who were destined by the writ of the Lord to lose, death for sure was in their lot. How would they, whose husbands would never return, pass their days and nights? All joy and Sorrow come from the Lord, to whom else one may go to wail?

We get what is Writ in our lot by the Lord. There is however vast difference between hearing and actual experiencing of such brutalities. During such calamities, people are not able to care about their children, they foresake them to their fate; the young men are not able to protect the honor of their sisters and their wives. In such a situation people totally forget all bondages of their love objects, and try to barter every thing they own for saving their lives.

Do the people in such a perilous state, carry with them the pieces of paper and the writing material? If they do, for what? Then who wrote these Compositions of the Guru at that time of extreme calamity that had befallen on the people? It is reiterated that under such circumstances, when death stares hard in the faces of the people, they barter their life for every thing they possess.

The calamity that had befallen on Saidpur was not an ordinary one. The extremely frightened, terrified people were not even prepared to go back to their houses, on their release from prisons! Who could have thought of his love for his culture and history writing propensity at that time? Also, the Guru must have first written his Compositions on blank sheets of paper, and would have later revised them and written in a book form. The language used is highly scholarly and is sweet, perfect in poetic expression, coherent and consistent in thought and ideology.

It depicts glimpses of hard work done with diligence. The Guru, even when alone, used to read and sing his own Compositions. The question arises, where has the book or the writings of the Guru eloped? It is strange, we have preserved the Gurus shoes, turban and other relics, 39 but the real valuable thing of importance to his memory i. Bani , should be wanting!

It is still more surprising that we do not even hear of existence of a copy made of the original book. After the Guru, his near ones made every thing of his, a source of their sustenance only. What could have been a better source of income, if they had preserved the book of the Guru? And after a period of 85 years, they were swept away along with Baba Sri Chand by the waters of river Ravi?

The Guru, many months before his final departure from earth, had sent Baba Lehna, after anointing him the successor Guru, to his native village Khadoor, to escape from the opposition he was to encounter.

In case, he had received it, then it would have been eventually passed on to Guru Arjan Dev. But this did not happen.

According to G. If Baba Lehna had received those books, then they would have reached Guru Arjan Dev in due course of time. When he died, these books were also thrown in the waters of river Ravi along with the dead body of Baba Sri Chand. Singh has faltered at every stage. The plea of escape from fear of opposition is most frivolous and undesirable. The Guru had openly criticized Muslim officials, Khatri government servants and their sympathizers, Brahmins many times, and asked them to stop exercising tyranny on the poor people.

The Guru pointed out their tyrannical acts as under -— The man eaters say their prayers Muslim Nirnaz. They who wield the knife wear the sacred thread. In their homes the 40 Brahmins blow the conch for prayers, but they too relish the same tastes… The sense of sense and honor from them is far removed. Nanak says; It is falsehood that fills them all.

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The poor, down trodden people, who were in state of slumber, were being awakened by the Guru, who was working to create more of his opposition than for compromising his essentials. His successor was also to impart the same Teachings to the people, and he did that. The successor Guru established new centres of their activities to impart such Teachings to the people, and not to escape from the fear of opposition.

If we accept that Baba Sri Chand received those books, why should he have directed his followers to throw his invaluable treasure of knowledge in the waters of river Ravi along with his body? This is impossible to believe. It is, therefore, that the Books of Guru Nanak Dev, were never in possession of Baba Sri Chand, and were not thrown in the waters of river Ravi, along with his dead body.

This book was written during the time of Guru Arjan Dev or sometime thereafter. Attention is drawn to Story No. The members of the family came to know of it and through them the people at large. They realized that the Guru would shortly depart for his Heavenly Abode. People in large number then came to see the Guru - both Hindus and Musalmans, all came Final Departure from Earth Then the Guru sat under a tree.

The tree was completely dry, but turned green. The leaves also appeared.

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Then Guru Angad fell on his feet. Then Mata Ji his wife expressed her utter grief. The night turned into the Amrosial Dawn.

There will be no dearth of anything even to the dogs of the Guru. There will be plenty of material things available to you. If the Lord be in Grace, one practises the Word of the Guru. Asa di Var, p. Both the seeker and the Master, were lost in its wonder. Ramkali ki Var M3, p , Guru Granth 5 Guru Angad Dev considers that the Vedic concept of lif is the root cause of discrimination between man and man. But it is strange, that Guru Angad should have made no effort to collect the Compositions of Guru Nanak, if they were not available with him.

The Guru spent the last 18 years of his life at Kartarpur. Today, we see religious gatherings held in gurdwaras, both in the morning and evening. At Kartarpur, the Guru used to arrange holding of such religious gatherings. For what purpose did the people visiting Kartarpur from far and near gather there daily?

Baba Lehna Ji actively associated himself in such gatherings for about seven years at Kartarpur. The Light and the Way were the same, only body changed. The readers are required to have the deeper thinking to realize how the change in Baba Lehna Ji was brought about. His Compositions consist of 63 stanzas. Religious gatherings continued to be held, both in the mornings and in evenings. The question here again arises; what religious preachings were made in these gatherings, when Guru Angad Dev composed 63 stanzas of Divine Word during 13 years of his ministry.

Obviously, the preaching. It is imperative that Guru Angad Dev possessed all the Compositions of Guru Nanak Dev with him, on the basis of which he was preaching Sikhism to the people. It is also a well known fact that if one repeatedly reads a particular composition, he begins to use the same words in his own compositions or day to day dealings. The material he reads repeatedly becomes part of his life, and he begins to apply the same thoughts in his dealings.

If we examine the stanzas of Guru Angad Dev carefully, we will dearly observe that the Guru very often used the same thoughts and words in his Compositions, which Guru Nanak used in his Compositions. Jap Ji. Guru Angad Dev Bhukhia bhukh na utrai, gali bhukh no jaye. Nanak bhukha ta rajai, jeh gun keh guni samaye. The hunger of man is not satiated merely by talking.

Nanak says: the hunger of man can be satiated only if he praises the Lord and merges in Him. Guru Nanak Dev Amrit vela sach nao, vadaei vichar, Karmi aavai kapra, nadri mokh doar. Nanak evai jaaneryai, sabh aapai sachiyaar. This boon is attained through His Grace, and the deliverance is also through His Benediction. Nanak evain janiai, sabh kich tisai rajai.

Nanak says: know this that all is in His Will. Guru Nanak Dev Chaakar lagai chaakri, je chalai khasmai bhai. Hurmat tis nu agli o vajoh bhi doona khaaye. If a servant dedicates himself to the service of the Lord and walks in His will, he gets immense honor and more than his due.

Asa di Var. Guru Angad Dev Chaakar lagai chhakri, naalai gaarab vaad. Galaan karai ghanerian, khasam na paaye saad. If a servant serves the master but is vain and disputatious; he talks much, and does not get approval of the Lord. As these Compositions are well known from the time of their inception, and the readers may like to have more of such Compositions. We give following other instances -- 4. Guru Nanak Dev Sabhahi salaah, jini dhiaya ik man, Sryee poorai saah, vikhtai oopar larh mooey.

They who praise the Lord in the early morn, with the single minded devotion, they alone are the kings. They at the right time have grappled with themselves If one fears in love the Lord, day and night, then all times are sacred for His Worship. Athi veparoah, raihian iktai rang. Chouthai pahar sabha kai, sutian oopjai chaao.

They alone are the true kings, who have attained to the Perfect Lord. Day and night, they are in ecstasy, imbued with the love of the One alone. Guru Nanak Dev Pehal basantai aagman, pehla molio sohe. Jit mauliyai sabh mauliyai, tisai na-maulio koye. The Spring brought bloom first, but God was in Bloom earlier still.

He, through Whom everyone blossoms, needs no one else for Him to flower. Guru Angad Dev Pehal basantai aagman, tis ka karo bichar. Nanak so salahiai, jeh sabsai de adhar. He, who first brought the Spring, reflect your mind on Him. Nanak says: Praise Him, Who brings sustenance to all. Guru Nanak Dev Jin kiya tin dekhya, kya kahiyai re bhai. Aapai janai karai aap, jin vaarhi hai laayee. O Brother, what one can say about it. He knows everything and He alone is the Doer, Who created all this Expanse.

Tilang M. Guru Angad Dev Aapai janai aap, aapai aanai ras. The Lord alone knows and does, and does it right. Maru ki Var M3. Now we shall give solid examples in confirmation of our findings, so that there should be no room for any doubt.

Apart from these 17 Rags, he did not write in any other Rag. Sid Rag A. Out of them, there are 10 Shabads, where these verses begin with 1. Man re 5 Sbabads 2.

Bhai re 3 Sbabads 3. Mere Mun 1 Sbabad 4. They are 31 in number. Man Re 5 Sbabads 2. Mere mun……. Bhai re 9 Sbabads 4. Gum Amar Das 1. He has composed six Shabads. Astpadis Guru Nanak Dev wrote 17 Astpadis. All have lengthy verses. Out of the 17 Astpadis, 16 have sections of 3 verses each, and one consists of sections of 2 verses each. Guru Amar Das wrote 8 Astpadis.

All the verses are lengthy. Six Astpadis contain sections of 3 verses, and two have sections of 2 verses each. In Siri Rag alone there are 25 - Shabads and Astpadis of this nature. The length of the verses in all cases is similar. The subject matter discussed is the same, and also many words used are the same.

We have already mentioned about the commonness of the words used. This similarity could not occur just by coincidence. In Siri Rag just like couplets, the verses are lengthy, but in Majh Rag the construction is quite different and is of its own kind. In Astpadis, the first two verses of a section are small, but the third one is lengthy. Also worthy of note is the last word of the third verse. This confirms our conception that Guru Amar Das had with him the Compositions of Guru Nanak Dev, which ultimately reached Guru Arjan Dev In support of our conception, we give below a section of Astpadi of each of the Gurus - Guru Nanak Dev sabad rnngae hukam sabae, sachi dargaih mehal bulae; sache deen dayal mere sahiba sache mun patiavania.

Rag Gauri A. The verses are short, like chopayi - 54 Guru Nanak Dev bho much bhara vada tol. Guru Amar Das gur miliai har melahoei, gur tai gyan payejun koe so thao sach munnirmal hoe, gavat rahai jeh satgur bhavai. In Bairagan sub-rag, Guru Nanak wrote two Shabads, and the verses are long, like couplets, for example 1 rain gavayi soeh kai, diwas gavaya khaye. Guru Amar Das wrote 4 Shabads in Bairagan sub-rag. In both the Shabads, the verses are long, for example 1 nanak tat tat sion milya punrnp janam na aahi.

All the verses are small. There is another important thing to note. Out of 16 Astpadis of Guru Nanak Dev, there are 2 sections of four verses, 9 sections of 3 verses and 5 sections of 2 verses each. If we compare the Compositions of the Two Gurus, we will find commonness of style and ideas. Guru Nanak Dev - Chhant 1 mundh rain duhelrhiya jio, neend na aavai.

Guru Amar Das - Chhant 1 Dhan raine suhelarhiye jio, har sio chit lae. If we read the above mentioned verses intently, we will find complete similarity in the use of words and the ideas expressed. Rag Asa A. The Astpadis under Ghar 3, are very special. In these Astpadis, the Guru described the Sack of Saidpur.

The Astpadis under Ghar 2 and 8, as usual deal with the Divine knowledge. Guru Amar Das has also written Astpadis under Ghar 2 and 8.Astpadis Guru Nanak Dev wrote 17 Astpadis. Instantly he had the vision of Sri Guru Amar Das. Mardana ran to reach the Guru for help, but was hotly chased by the sadhu. The invaders, despite all this, burnt houses, resting places and huge palaces.

The plea of escape from fear of opposition is most frivolous and undesirable. Let us note the language used by both the Gurus in their Compositions under Ghar 1.

Sat Guru Ji calmed the sadhu and made him wise with the following teachings — Perversity of the mind is like a low caste woman. At Kartarpur, the Guru used to arrange holding of such religious gatherings.

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