In Gurmukhi (Punjabi). Visit our library at sikh_library/ Guru Nanak Dev Ji met Jinda Mahatma Kabir Ji Evidence in Bhai Bale Wali – JANAM SAKHI – Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Topic: Swaal Kaji Rukndin Soora – ਸੁਆਲ. God Kabir had asked Guru Nanak Dev Ji for this secret information about the True Naam Guru Nanak Dev kept Satnam Secret – Janam Sakhi – Bhai Bala.
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Bhai Bala – Wikipedia
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This work claims to be a contemporary janzm written by one Bala Sandhu in the Vikram Samvat year at the instance of the second Guru, Guru Angad. The various editions of Janamsakhi include stories such as fortune tellers and astrologers predicting at his birth that he will start a new religion, cobra snake offerings made to Guru Nanak while he was sleeping, Guru Nanak visiting and performing miracles at Mecca – a holy place for Muslims, and at Mount Meru – a mythical place for Hindus, Buddhists and Jains.
Ij must be brought under control. Who did this mischief and how did it happen? His janamm is quarrelsome and hardhearted. The reasons for this are:. It’s a pointless topic, those who don’t want to see the truth won’t. There are good reasons to doubt this contention:.
The fourth and evidently the latest is the Gyan-ratanavali attributed to Bhai Mani Singh who wrote it with the express intention of correcting heretical accounts of Guru Nanak. In reality, Bhai Bala never existed. It is for this reason, the author of Bhai Bala’s Janamsakhi can be none else but a Niranjania.
Both learned and lay men believe that Bhai Bala was a Sikh of Guru Nanak Dev; he was also a resident of Talwandi; during the Ajnam long tours, he was ever with the Guru.
He was a fictious character pushed into our history to destroy us. His father, Kalu, for instance, is a cruel man; he is greedy and ill spoken; he blames Mardana for spoiling his son; and Guru Nanak is rather chary of meeting him. They are all with Bhai Mardana ji only. Names of certain selected cities and villages are changed from time to time. By giving a number of references from the book of Bhai Baja’s Janamsakhi, he wrote at the end With this history, one can say without fear that this Janamsakhi was made at the end of Guru Gobind Singh’s time.
By mahandulai Started 22 hours ago. A renowned Sikh scholar, Gurmukh Singh of the Oriental College, Lahore, found another janamsakhi at Hafizabad which was very similar to that found by Colebrook.
Bhai Bala’s own name is not traceable in any other Janam Sakhis.
Views Read Edit View history. The mind is easily upset, a bit like an unruly child. To give the individual the tools of rational thought and deductive reasongin and be able to apply them in every walk of their life.
Although there is no date on it the manuscript points to around From Wikipedia, the free janm. Colebrooke and is accordingly known as the Colebrooke or Vailaitwali Janamsakhi. Gurmukh Singh who was collaborating with Mr.
Janamsakhis – Wikipedia
Sikh literature Guru Nanak Dev. At the end of the Janam-sakhi there is an epilogue in which it is stated that the completed work was taken to Guru Gobind Singh Ji for his seal of approval. Retrieved from ” https: Sometime later Janzm moved to Sultanpur where his sister Nanaki was married.
Many of them contradict each other on material points and some have obviously been touched up to advance the claims of one or the other branches of the Guru’s family, or to exaggerate the roles of certain disciples. One day Nanak went to the river and while bathing messengers of God came and he was transported to the divine court.
They were the ones who would kill the Sikhs and obtain money when they presented the heads of Sikhs in Lahore. Posted March 6, The falsification of old or the composition of new Janamsakhis were the result of three great schisms of the Sikh religion: It is said to have been written in AD by one Sewa Das.