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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsaa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

Gurbani states, "Bani is Guru, and Guru is the Bani. Within Bani, all Ambrosial Nectars are found". Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji has ALWAYS been the guru, even before Guru Arjan formally compiled it. Now, this doesn't completly rule out dehdhari "gurus", until you think about how they claim Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji NEVER was the guru and NEVER will be - which is against what bani states - so how can they be the guru?

Bhai Nand Lal Ji quotes Guru Gobind Singh in his writing Rehatnama, Those who aspire to listen to my sermons diligently should read and recite the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Deem the Granth Ji as my embodiment, and concede to no other perception." Narbud Singh quoted Guru Gobind Singh before his death at Nanded as saying, "All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru". Therefore those who believe in these fake dehdhari gurus are not Sikhs. Finally, Bhai Prehlad writes in his Rehatnama, "With the order of the Eternal Lord has been established [Sikh] Panth: all the Sikhs hereby are commanded to obey the Granth as their Guru", which may or may not be a quote of Guru Gobind Singh. Chaupa Singh also declares the same thing.

We must rememeber that Guru Gobind Singh has no writings in Adi Granth, so it won't show as many things that are anti-dehdhari gurus then Dasam Granth, Sarbloh Granth, and the writings of the early Khalsa.

Also, Guru Gobind Singh said, "Consider the Khalsa as the guru". We have two current gurus that are Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Sri Guru Khalsa Panth Sahib Ji. All of this is the guru's hukham, which we must understand.

By looking at the stories of the fake gurus, one can tell that they are foolish and fake, as their srltories are very far-fetched. Also, Guru Nanak had foreknowledge of what would become of the Sikh Panth, as his light as been passed throughout the gurus. He wrote in a letter, "In Kalyug they shall array themselves in vestments of blue: The name of the Khalsa shall be everywhere". The Namdhari group wears all white clothes - and thus disagrees with the color of the Khalsa - BLUE! Wearing blue is primarily of the true Khalsa; the Nihangs, but Namdharis strictly wear white. They don't even carry kirpans and have a tiny tiny one embedded in their kangha. Guru Gobind Singh wanted and stillwants us to carry kirpans for self-defense, not as a mere knick-knack.

I hope this helps as I once fell into the namdhari/dehdhari guru trap.