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How Sikhism will be revived or become 960 million ?

asked 2019-06-07 05:38:54 -0500

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updated 2019-06-07 11:12:38 -0500

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Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj prophesized that his cosmic play will continue eternally and he will manifest himself 84 times, 10 as a Guru and 72 as Brahamgiani. Sri Guru Gobind Ji Maharaj in his Sau Sakhi, categorically named one such 72 manifestation, Baba Attar Singh Ji Gursagar Mastuana.I took this phrase from Sikhnet article Sant Baba Attar Singh Ji Maharaj ~ A Tribute.If we add 72 + 10 = 82 and if we say Sri Guru Granth Sahib as the living Guru then total becomes 83 its still not 84.

Baba Attar Singh Ji exemplified, by administering Khande De Pahul to estimated 1.4 million people of all faiths, castes, genders, and creeds, that only the power of Naam can nurture and expand Sikhi. He connected them to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj, and Naam Simaran so that their cycle of life and death would be ended.

Secondly i was listening to Sant Isher Singh Rara Sahib where he says that 40-50 Guru Nanaks have taken birth and 35-40 still will come to spread Sikhism.So like Baba Attar Singh ji geve Khande di pahul to 1.4 million people similarly the coming Saints will nurture Sikhism and will make Khalsa 960 million or the changes in the world due to Aquarian age will develop the interest of the people in Khalsa way of life or both of the factors will lead to Khalsa raj in the world?....

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answered 2019-06-07 11:07:37 -0500

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updated 2019-06-07 11:13:21 -0500

Guruji chooses his Sikh. The Sikh does not choose his Guru. Those who have that destiny written on their foreheads to live as Khalsa in this incarnation shall do so, not by the work of any man, but by Guruji himself. Sikhi does not well up within the heart by Khande De Pahul, that is one stage on the path, but Sikhi cannot be taught. It is caught. It is the fragrance of the Guru borne on a light morning breeze, the line of a shabad that makes you start crying, the deep illumination and joy that comes after two hours of japa. It is planted by Guru Ji's hand as a seed within the heart and as we water that tender seed with our sadhana, simran, seva and paath, and that seed sprouts and grows. Khalsa cannot be bestowed, it must be grown from within and earned through the tapa of many lifetimes.

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