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Is Dehdari allow as satguru according to Satguru Granth Sahib ji ?

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simran345    2,425
1 hour ago, DayaKaur said:

who are the sikhs? where is written that dehdari are not sikhs then our 10 guru were also in deh in body what will you say about them ? our gurus write that

ਸਿਖੀ ਸਿਖਿਆ ਗੁਰ ਵੀਚਾਰਿ ॥

Sikhee Sikhiaa Gur Veechaar ||

Contemplating the Guru, I have been taught these teachings;

Another confused troll. 

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jkvlondon    3,419

simple answer is Guru Granth Sahib says again and again  Akal Purakh is the Satguru   and the Bani is the Guru 

Guru Amar Das ji in Salok Mahala 3 tells us on ang 515:

 

Waho Waho banee nirankaar hai tis jayvad avar na ko-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! is the Bani, the Word, of the Formless Lord. There is no other as
great as He is.

Waho Waho agam athaahu hai Waho Waho sachaa so-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! The Lord is unfathomable and inaccessible. Waaho! Waaho! He is the True One.

Waho Waho vaypar Waho hai Waho Waho karay so ho-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! He is the self-existent Lord. Waaho! Waaho! As He wills, so it comes to pass.

Waho Waho amrit naam hai gurmukh paavai ko-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! is the Ambrosial Nectar of the Naam, the Name of the Lord, obtained by the Gurmukh.

Waho Waho karmee paa-ee-ai aap da-i-aa kar day-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! This is realized by His Grace, as He Himself grants His Grace.

naanak Waho Waho gurmukh paa-ee-ai an-din naam la-ay-ay
O Nanak, Waaho! Waaho! This is obtained by the Gurmukhs, who hold tight to the Naam, night and day.

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simran345    2,425
52 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

simple answer is Guru Granth Sahib says again and again  Akal Purakh is the Satguru   and the Bani is the Guru 

Guru Amar Das ji in Salok Mahala 3 tells us on ang 515:

 

Waho Waho banee nirankaar hai tis jayvad avar na ko-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! is the Bani, the Word, of the Formless Lord. There is no other as
great as He is.

Waho Waho agam athaahu hai Waho Waho sachaa so-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! The Lord is unfathomable and inaccessible. Waaho! Waaho! He is the True One.

Waho Waho vaypar Waho hai Waho Waho karay so ho-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! He is the self-existent Lord. Waaho! Waaho! As He wills, so it comes to pass.

Waho Waho amrit naam hai gurmukh paavai ko-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! is the Ambrosial Nectar of the Naam, the Name of the Lord, obtained by the Gurmukh.

Waho Waho karmee paa-ee-ai aap da-i-aa kar day-ay.
Waaho! Waaho! This is realized by His Grace, as He Himself grants His Grace.

naanak Waho Waho gurmukh paa-ee-ai an-din naam la-ay-ay
O Nanak, Waaho! Waaho! This is obtained by the Gurmukhs, who hold tight to the Naam, night and day.

 

 

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Jacfsing2    1,845
7 hours ago, DayaKaur said:

who are the sikhs? where is written that dehdari are not sikhs then our 10 guru were also in deh in body what will you say about them ? our gurus write that

ਸਿਖੀ ਸਿਖਿਆ ਗੁਰ ਵੀਚਾਰਿ ॥

Sikhee Sikhiaa Gur Veechaar ||

Contemplating the Guru, I have been taught these teachings;

They were never Dehdhari,

7 hours ago, DayaKaur said:

Firstly you tell about our 10 dehdari guru they were also come with human body

There aren't any human Gurus ever, any person with this thinking of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji has failed to understand who he is, and he is God, Vaheguru, Nirankar, Ajooni, Akal. That is who Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji is, not some man.

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simran345    2,425
28 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

They were never Dehdhari,

There aren't any human Gurus ever, any person with this thinking of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji has failed to understand who he is, and he is God, Vaheguru, Nirankar, Ajooni, Akal. That is who Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji is, not some man.

Thank you @Jacfsing2 paji for writing what I wanted to. Just don't have the energy to explain it no more to people that don't want to listen. 😕

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