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2014-03-17 17:44:09 -0600 answered a question Who are ten AVATARS of AKAL PURAKH mentioned in Guru Granth Sahib

Hi just wanted to tell you that vishnu does exist, but his existence is also dependent on the supreme Akal Purkh. Vishnu is also the son of Akal purkh just like us (verse 30, Japji Sahib ji). He is nothing without the supreme Akal purkh, all his powers are goverened by the true Akal purkh. In simpler terms he is ordered to perform his duties by the formless akal purkh. Bhrma shiv who are actually brothers of vishnu are similar to him and they are also obligated to perform their duties. Just like us all three of them are bound by time i.e. They'll also die some day. They do exist in a different world designed for them. So when avtar happens they happen with the divine intervention of akal purkh, where vishnu serves mere a medium for these avtars. Avtars are just a small part of divne formless energy, WAHEGURU. A True Guru is not an Avtar he's the duvine himself. The formless energy, Waheguru( the Akal purkh) is the limitless supreme soul. Within guru nanak the union of his human soul and the entire supreme soul happened, which is the perfect union. Upon the worldly death of the first beloved guru, this unionised soul was passed onto the second guru on so on. Therefore currently this pefect unionised soul sits within the guru granth sahib maharaj and the words interwoven with love as shabads into it.

This is where Guru Gobind Singh ji quote, which also forms the ardas dohra " AGYA BAHI AKAL KI, TABHE CHALAYO PANTH ; SABH SIKHAN TO HUKAM HAI , GURU MANYO GRANTH ; GURU GRANTH JI MANYO PRAGAT GURA KI DEH, JO PRABH KO MILBO CHAHE KHOJ SHABAD ME LE."