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And who gave this Shabad to Guru Arjan Dev, when he compiled the Holy Book? This episode clearly depicts that the Guru’s father was greatly enraged and disappointed. Surely, he did not write this Shabad and preserved it, for posterity. Who did it then? 2. At Hardwar, Sadhu’s Cooking Square In the “Janamsakhi”, the Guru’s visit to Hardwar is prominently given. Two events took place there: one was that ignorant people were throwing river water toward east, and the Guru started throwing water toward west.
2) The books of Guru Nanak Dev were not received by Baba Lehna. If Baba Lehna had received those books, then they would have reached Guru Arjan Dev in due course of time. But this did not happen. (3) These books were received by Baba Sri Chand. When he died, these books were also thrown in the waters of river Ravi along with the dead body of Baba Sri Chand. G. B. 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.
Mardana ran to reach the Guru for help, but was hotly chased by the sadhu. Both reached Sat Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Sat Guru Ji calmed the sadhu and made him wise with the following teachings – Perversity of the mind is like a low caste woman. Lack of compassion is like a butcher’s woman. The desire to find fault with others is like a scavenger Woman. The sin of wrath is like an utter out-caste. What use it is to draw line around one’s kitchen? If we keep company with these four vile vices 33 Let Truth be our continence, good deeds the markings (round the cooking square), meditation on Lord’s Name our bath.