“As I told you yesterday that Mohammad Saab and Nanaka are both the same personalities of Dattatreya. The instance is given, in the life of Guru Nanaka, when he was sleeping people told him that your feet are towards Mecca, Kaaba towards Kaaba he said, alright I’ll remove my feet and put wherever you say, then they put his feet towards the other side and again they found that his feet were facing towards Kaaba then he said tell me the place where there is no Kaaba I’ll put my feet, but they couldn’t arrange it at all, because wherever he placed his feet it was such a Maya that always they found that the feet were towards Kaaba. Now Kaaba is a place where you have a beautiful Shivlinga, which is called as Mekkaeshwar Shiva in our puranas, from ancient times it is mentioned that, there is a pinda which is absolutely Vibrating and which is there.” – Shri Mataji, 07/02/1981, New Delhi, India
November 28th, 2012 is Guru Nanak Jayanti November 28, 2012
Premonition of Guru Nanak Birth
In the Hindu epic the Rig Veda In Mandala 7, Ush 5, Mantra 5 of Guru Nanak and the clan he belongs to is recorded “For the preaching of religious ways and the earning of good karma, there will manifest Guru Nanak from the clan of the Veithees” In the Bhavekhath Purana “Baavekhath” means “future foretelling”. There are also places where the advent of Guru Nanak is directly alluded to.
“In the Kali Yuga when goodness in the world is deteriorating there will appear a Prophet from the Beithi clan named Nanak who from birth will be endowed with extra-ordinary spiritual power. He will preach on the nobility of life and the eradication of the sinful ways”
“The Guru of the prophets, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv ji is God almighty himself. This very Creator will manifest
itself as a human, in the form of one whose name will be Nanak”
Also recorded is the following detailed assertiveness about Nanak and the type of mission and work he shall perform. It appears to emanate from the Godhead itself.
“The Kali Yuga shall dawn on Earth with radical manisfestation of destruction of Karma and Dharma to such an extent that every situation shall be colored by sinful activities. At that distressful moment, the Creator shall send down a spiritual luminary in the form of Nanak from the Khatria clan.
He will spread the message of Naam, the Holy life Force, by introducing the primacy of meditation and thus washing clean the sinful ways by the waters of love.”
In the Vishnnu Purana there is recorded an dialogue between Vishnu and the Rishi Umbreek. Vishnu is said to have informed Umbreek that he will once again take birth in the Kali Yuga. The Rishi then enquired when about will that be and what will be your name then? Vishnu replied that this will happen when the Kali Yuga has proceeded for 4500 years and that I will take birth in the Shatri Sooraj Bansi clan, when I will be named, Nanak “Sri NANAK will once again appear in the world in a variety of incarnations; this is for sure, this is for sure, this is for sure.”
It was during the time when the world was plunged into the dark world of ignorance, feudal tyranny and oppression, religious and cultural strife, that Siri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, took his birth. Celestial music resounded in heaven. Almighty host of gods, thus, hailed his birth, God has come to save the trouble peace of the people of all communities. He came to preach brotherhood and humanitarianism irrespective of caste, creed, colour nor economic status. He brought vision of a common humanity to a society which had become a place of violence and strife. He had faith in humanity. For him, love of God implied love for his creation. Service of humanity indicates one’s love for God.
The Ten Priomordial Master – Guru Nanak
Guru Nanak Jayanti is on 21st November 2010 November 20, 2010
Sri Guru Nanak is the first Guru in Sikh faith. According to sources, Sri Guru Nanak was born on 15th April 1469 in a small village called Tolevandi which is at present time 30 miles from Lahore, Pakistan. He was born into a Kshatriya family.
Guru Nanak was born in a simple family. His father was an accountant. From his childhood he had great qualities. He had a mystic disposition with great learning skills. He soon mastered Vedas and Sanskrit. He also studied Persian and Arabic as he got association with the Muslims when his father worked for a Muslim landlord. Thus he became learned in Hinduism and Islam.
There are so many miraculous incidents about Guru Nanak’s childhood days and youth. During his life he advocated Oneness and Supremacy of God. He formed the new religion based on the principles of Hinduism and Islam.
Sri Guru Nanak dev’s Divine Message
Guru Nanak’s significant work is his book Guru Granth Sahib which is revered as scripture by all his followers. The vast collection of his revelatory verses are found in the book.