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I don’t know how many of you have heard of Jogi Allah Yaar Khan who wrote so much about Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He just loved Guru Ji and with love wrote so much about Guru Ji that Muslims became very jealous and kicked him out. He was called “kafir” by Muslims and Muslims did not let him enter Moseque for 30 years. When he got old, Qazi went to his house and says to him, “Jogia, come with me and ask for forgiveness. You have grown old and die as a true Muslim.”

Allah Yaar Khan says, “I have done nothing wrong. What I wrote about Guru Ji is the truth and I will not go back.” Hearing this Qazi gets mad and says, “Then you wanna die as a kafir?” Yaar khan says, “I am kafir from Mohammad but not for Guru Gobind Singh Ji. I see Guru Ji sitting in Bahishat (heaven) with open arms and waiting for me. I want His love and want to die as Guru Ji’s servant.” Qazi left and Allah Yaar Khan died remembering Guru Ji every moment of his life.

He was a Muslim, born in other religion, and yet so much love for Guru Ji. Where do we stand? How much do we love Guru Ji? How many of us go to Gurdwara, bow and not give our head to Guru Ji? Do we not take our mind with us after bowing? Do we leave it at the charan of Guru Ji? Pray to Guru Ji for the true love. Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Request: If anyone knows more about Allah Yaar Khan or has any of his work then please post it.

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He composed the following in honor of Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee :

kattwa diye shish shaam ne geeta ko sunaakar

rooh phook di gobind ne beto ko kataakar

shish = followers

shaam = shyam = lord krishna

geeta = hindu scripture

translation :

Krishna got his followers killed by preaching the Geeta and urging them to fight

Guru Gobind Singh infused spirit into His people by sacrificing His own 4 sons

Another one : (I think this is also by Allah Yaar Khan Yogi)

ulfat ke yeh jalwe, kabhi dekhe nahi humne

haan dekhna ek baat, sunay bhi nahi humne

ulfat = love (probably)

jalwe = hard to do tasks, or anything special thats done

translation :

I have never seen such rare deeds done out of love (about Gurujee sacrificing His everything)

What to say of seeing, I haven't even heard about them ever!

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Pray Truth for all and say Satsriakaal!

Dear all!

The reverend Gurus praised the wisdom (Gur) of true Naam whole life and acted accordingly. They set an example of Naam Simran, its results and following God's Hukam. Those who received this Wisdom transferred were also convinced and, praised their Guroo.

Everyone should seek the wisdom of Naam.

Just imitating someone and playing theatre on the name of the Guroo will not help.

Balbir Singh

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i love his writings so much ....sum time bring tears in ma eyes...

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Ive only heard of Yogi's words through the katha of Giani Maan Singh Jhaur, who quoted him extensively.

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