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Wasn't the movement led by Yogi Bhajan is similar to Guru Nanak's ?

asked 2019-12-10 02:19:02 -0500

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updated 2019-12-10 10:27:10 -0500

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Guru Nanak was born in 1469 and travelled the World spreading the message of Waheguru after 330 years in 1799 -1849 the Khalsa raj came in Punjab under Maharaja Ranjit Singh for 50 years.Similarly Yogi Bhajan was born in 1929 and travelled the World spreading the message of Guru Nanak and Kundlani Yoga and believed that there would be 960 million Khalsa which will bring Khalsa raj for 5000 years.

Indian Sikhs after the massacre in partition in 1947 and Sikh genocide in 1984 has damaged the psychology of Sikhs to such an extent that they can't think the way Yogi Bhajan believed.I know it is the prophecy of Guru Gobind Singh ji but the negativity has eaten up their faith.Yogi Bhajan's students can bring up that confidence and positivity in the minds of the Sikhs and the people of the World.

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answered 2019-12-10 10:25:42 -0500

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As Guru Gobind Singh Ji reminded us, it is not about the man. It is only Shabd Guru manifesting through each age. We all play our parts according to hukam as the Great Plan unfolds.

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answered 2019-12-12 06:49:01 -0500

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From 1469 -1799 it took Ten Sikh Gurus and many great Gursikhs to bring out the revolution in India and bring Khalsa raj in Punjab for 50 years but Guru Nanak's vision was to bring World peace.Yogi Bhajan Knewed this and went to West and said that he has not came here to make students but to make teachers.From 1929 - 2004 he made many teachers and knewed that the World needs Thousand's of Teachers to create 960 million Khalsa who will bring 5000 years of Khalsa raj.

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