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Did Guru Gobind Singhji Came from Sachkhand?

asked 2013-05-23 13:16:18 -0600

Jasbir Singh gravatar image

This is a question related to the rachnaas of Guru Gobind Singh ji. It is fascinating to read Jaap Sahib in which Guru Sahib defines god i.e he is timeless, formless, colorless and everywhere (in a gist) and even Vedas have not found his mysteries. My question is was Guru Sahib as he describes in his previous incarnation when he meditated in Hemkunt Sahib has reached SachKhand (where Niranakar resides) and personally felt the omnipresent god himself or it was just as he reached that avastha that he was able to talk to god in the previous incarnation in that body? Like when he writes "chit na bhayo hamro avan ki" is he describing that position in the actual realm of sachkhand or just in the body?

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answered 2013-05-24 05:56:04 -0600

jas15283 gravatar image

and going by that, someone please tell where did the rest of Guru Sahebs come from.

Also, would be great if somebody can tell where he/she theselves came from.

No offences meant or implied.

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answered 2013-05-25 00:48:36 -0600

sandeep singh gravatar image

updated 2013-05-25 00:56:01 -0600

Guru Gobind singh ji explains where guru ji was and why Waheguru send guru ji to this mortal life in the Auto biography in shri DASAM GRANTH in the Bachitar Natak link of Bachitar natak with english translation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpUTEVB3WBs

 Guru ji writes very nicely may be for us to understand later.

guru ji explains all the talks with the god, what god wanted to be done and why guru ji was send and chosen by god.

the lines start from pg(73 punjabi numbering system) of shri dasam granth

from the full explanation it can be understood that guru was in meditation at hemkunt sahib when god call and there is actual face to face talk, from there all other conversations started.... The whole conversation is very wonderful and it explains many deeper things of the sikhism and i feel it cannot be written in few lines, so i will suggest you should read it to appreciate it.

And finally the answer to your question is that it is not easy to answer it straight way yes or no .. ...but when you will read ( Bachitar Natak --itself means a Different Story) then your question will be answered by guru ji himself.

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answered 2013-05-26 18:32:59 -0600

Jasbir Singh gravatar image

updated 2013-05-26 18:36:20 -0600

Sandeep Singhji , Thank you so much for your assistance in trying to solve the question I too feel that it is never easy to answer it , but my point is specific, Guru Sahib mentions in Bachhitar Natak that after intense meditation at Hemkunt he became one with god and after that he received the commandment from God , but there when he says that he became one with God that's where this average Human mind seeks answer out of curiosity, did he went back to the abode of Akal Purakh or was it just his surati that became one with God. I believe that he had actually left his body of Hemkunt and was in that realm of truth (Sach Khand) Because he doesn't specify the exact situation and then Guruji writes that he took birth in Kaljug.

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answered 2013-05-27 12:52:14 -0600

sandeep singh gravatar image

Jasbir singh ji, from my understanding too and from listening to many of the respected saints and souls, in this conversation guru ji actually leaves body and goes to sachkhand to talk with God.

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answered 2013-05-28 09:14:50 -0600

kanwaljit.singh gravatar image

Who deleted my answer here? :D :O

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