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Harnaakash

asked 2013-09-22 08:12:39 -0600

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Dear ones, rehras says that The Lord killed harnaakash ... harnaakash was a demon .. So if one is acting negative or experiencing negativity eg thoughts etc then The Lord kills them ??

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answered 2013-09-22 11:56:32 -0600

Nihang Gavinpal Singh Khalsa gravatar image

Fateh!

i do not meen to be negative but it seems that whenever you ask a question it doesnot have thought, you seem to be mindlessly asking questions without asking your self first you have a conciossness and a meditive mind. ask yourself. Harnakaash was a deamond king who wanted to kill his only son. Harnakash had ruled over the whole world and successfully made every one forget the name of the lord and chnt his indtead calling himself god. the only one who would not listen to him was his only son. prehalad and for this reason he wanted to kill him, evertime he tried to kill prehalad god would save him. and prehalad would not be touched. this was because prehalad was the last surviving bhagat. one day harnaksh almost succeeded by tying prehalad up and trying to stab him but god appeared and killed harnash the deamon king.

Aasaa, Fourth Mehl: In each and every age, He creates His devotees and preserves their honor, O Lord King. The Lord killed the wicked Harnaakhash, and saved Prahlaad. He turned his back on the egotists and slanderers, and showed His Face to Naam Dayv. Servant Nanak has so served the Lord, that He will deliver him in the end. ||4||13||20||

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answered 2013-09-29 18:16:20 -0600

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Aasaa, Fourth Mehl: In each and every age, He creates His devotees and preserves their honor, O Lord King. The Lord killed the wicked Harnaakhash, and saved Prahlaad. He turned his back on the egotists and slanderers, and showed His Face to Naam Dayv. Servant Nanak has so served the Lord, that He will deliver him in the end. ||4||13||20||. What ?

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answered 2013-09-29 19:03:45 -0600

Lo K. B. gravatar image

Sat Nam,

Meet:

This is Hindu mythology that is being referenced. Do you understand what the message is that is contained in this Mehl? It's not necessary that you be versed in mythology to be able to understand the message. The One, Waheguru, slayed the evil that faced Prahlaad. He preserved the honor of Naam Dayv (do you know who Naam Dayv is?), as He preserves the honor of all those who serve Him. This is one of the many instances in which Truth prevails over corruption. In ALL mythology, you can find instances where the Divine has upheld His Truth.

I wish you the best in understanding.

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