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Guru Nanak Ji visited Shikarpur while coming from Turkistan a region in Central Asia, which today is largely inhabited by people of Turkic decent on his way back to Kartarpur.

English To Gurmukhi Translit. All information are available in hindi language. She had assumed the name of Nurshah, the name of one from whom she had learnt this art. Ceylon is now known as Sri Lanka.

Panjab Digital Library – Digitization of Puratan Janamsakhi Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji Ki

Articles Of Faith 5 K’s. Where simple minded people made huge offerings and the priests fed their ancestors by offering rice balls and lighted up little lamps to illuminate their paths in the high heavens. Let me first try to understand why you want to put this thread around my neck. At the age of eighteen, Guru Nanak, was sent by his father Mehta Kalu to the city to do business.

Baba Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. He travelled far and wide teaching people the message of one God who dwells in vuru one of His creations and constitutes the eternal Truth.


Guru Nanak travelled to places far xev wide teaching people the message of one God who dwells in every one of God’s creations.

Before reading the Sakhis of Guru Nanak, it is important to understand the life and times of ‘s Punjab. Become a SikhNet Sponsor. Learn Kannada through English. Paath – Reciting Sakkhi. Learn Kannada language through English with audio pronunciations.

Guru Nanak and Duni Chand. Takht Sri Damdama Sahib. Every morning, Guru Nanak got nana early and went to take a bath in the river. The Sidh Gosht Dialogue With The Sages is a pious Bani that recounts a meeting of Guru Nanak with a group of hindu ascetics siddhs who had renounced the world, living in the caves of the Himalayas. Guru Sahib in the guise of a child, sat on a pile of stones by himself.

When Guru Nanak reappeared after his disappearance in the river Bein, Guru Sahib declared, “There is no hindu and no musalmaan”.

Guru Nanak Sakhis (Stories)

The Guru nank blesses all. Guru Nanak and the Millionaire. The city of Kamrup was ruled by a woman of black magic. This is a App for learning Quran. The Guru visited the temple not to adore stone idols but to teach the people that the worship of God was superior to the worship of the deity. Gurmat Gyan Knowledge Articles in English. Hamza Gaus cursed a city for having been cheated. Durga worshipper from Khadur Sahib. Have a conversation in two languages and hear your voice translated instantly.


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Mardana and the ants. Literature in Gurmukhi Punjabi. Guru Nanak’s father let him graze cattle but they went into a farmers field and ate the crops that were there. One day Malik Bhago, a high government official of the city, invited Guru Nanak to a feast.

The king cobra is the world’s longest venomous snake. Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib. Nanakana means Nanak’s village. An evil man by the name of Ruhela Pathaan caught Guru Sahib child and took him home. The village is now called Nanakana Sahib after the Gutu and is now in Pakistan. Guru Nanak at Hassan Abdal.

Sakhis of Guru Nanak

Bhai Jaswant Singh Khalra. Benevolent Guru Nanak while sitting in the Lord’s palace looking at the earth. Rai Bullar spotted the head of a large cobra showing above the tall grass with its hood spread wide open near Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak and Moola.

He threw Guru Nanak into fire. There lived a landlord in a village near Dacca, and though he was a rich farmer, he led a gang of thieves, who robbed the people of the surrounding villages as well as the travellers on the roads. Kauda belonged to the Bheel a non Aryan, Dravidian tribe who were known to eat human flesh.

This story is not in Janamsakhis.