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« on: September 20, 2007, 11:31:51 AM »
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  • GURU NANAK AT MECCA:

    He disguised himself in the blue dress of a Mohammadan pilgrim, took a faqir's staff in his hand and a collection of his hymns called 'Pothi' under his arm. He also carried with him like a Muslim devotee, a cup for his ablutions and a rug whereon to pray. Like a pilgrim he went inside the great mosque where the pilgrims were engaged in their devotions. When he lay down to sleep at night, he turned his feet towards the Kaaba. A priest, Jiwan kicked him and said,Who is this infidel sleeping with his feet towards the House of God? The Guru replied,Turn my feet in the direction in which God is not. Upon this Jiwan seized the Guru's feet and dragged them in the opposite direction. Whereupon, it is said, the Kaaba (temple) turned around, and followed the revolution of Guru's body. Some say that when the Guru asked the priest to turn his feet in the direction where God was not, the priest came to realization that God was everywhere. But those who witnessed this miracle were astonished and saluted the Guru as a supernatural being.

    Then the Qazis and the Mullas crowded round the Guru and asked whether he was a Muslim or a Hindu? The Guru replied that he was neither of the two. Then they asked,Who is the superior of the two, the Hindu or the Muslim? The Guru replied,Without good deeds, both will repent. The superiority lies in deeds and not in mere creeds. The chief priest was a seeker of the Truth and he asked for Guru's blessings. The Guru preached the doctrine of Nam. He then gave instructions to the priest in the art of true living, to practice to live in His presence day and night and to glorify the Lord and thereby to rub out the dirt of sins from the tablet of the mind.

    He disguised himself in the blue dress of a Mohammadan pilgrim, took a faqir's staff in his hand and a collection of his hymns called 'Pothi' under his arm. He also carried with him like a Muslim devotee, a cup for his ablutions and a rug whereon to pray. Like a pilgrim he went inside the great mosque where the pilgrims were engaged in their devotions. When he lay down to sleep at night, he turned his feet towards the Kaaba. A priest, Jiwan kicked him and said,Who is this infidel sleeping with his feet towards the House of God? The Guru replied,Turn my feet in the direction in which God is not. Upon this Jiwan seized the Guru's feet and dragged them in the opposite direction. Whereupon, it is said, the Kaaba (temple) turned around, and followed the revolution of Guru's body. Some say that when the Guru asked the priest to turn his feet in the direction where God was not, the priest came to realization that God was everywhere. But those who witnessed this miracle were astonished and saluted the Guru as a supernatural being.

    Then the Qazis and the Mullas crowded round the Guru and asked whether he was a Muslim or a Hindu? The Guru replied that he was neither of the two. Then they asked,Who is the superior of the two, the Hindu or the Muslim? The Guru replied,Without good deeds, both will repent. The superiority lies in deeds and not in mere creeds. The chief priest was a seeker of the Truth and he asked for Guru's blessings. The Guru preached the doctrine of Nam. He then gave instructions to the priest in the art of true living, to practice to live in His presence day and night and to glorify the Lord and thereby to rub out the dirt of sins from the tablet of the mind.

    GURU NANAK AT MEDINA:

    In due time the Guru proceeded to Medina, another holy city of the Muslims where their Prophet Mohammad lived for many years and breathed his last. He reached at nightfall and stopped outside the town. It happened to be a place where lepers were segregated and no provision was made for their comfort or treatment. History states that the Guru healed them all and as a result, the people came in crowds to have holy glimpse of the Guru. After that he journeyed to Bagdad through Basra.
    « Last Edit: September 20, 2007, 12:11:02 PM by rajiv uppal »
    ..तन है तेरा मन है तेरा प्राण हैं तेरे जीवन तेरा,सब हैं तेरे सब है तेरा मैं हूं तेरा तू है मेरा..

    Offline rajiv uppal

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    Re: guru nanak at mecca & medina
    « Reply #1 on: September 20, 2007, 11:44:45 AM »
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  • ੴ ਸਤ੍ਨਾਮ ਕਰ੍ਤਾ ਪੁਰਖ ਨਿਰ੍ਭਓ ਨਿਰਵੈਰ ਅਕਾਲ ਮੂਰਤ ਅਜੂਨਿ ਸੈਭਂਗ ਗੁਰ੍ਪਰਸਾਦ,
    ਜਪ ਆਦ ਸਚ ਜੁਗਾਦ ਸਚ ਹੈ ਭੀ ਸਚ ਨਾਨ੍ਕ ਹੋਸੀ ਭਿ ਸਚ |
    ..तन है तेरा मन है तेरा प्राण हैं तेरे जीवन तेरा,सब हैं तेरे सब है तेरा मैं हूं तेरा तू है मेरा..

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    Re: guru nanak at mecca & medina
    « Reply #2 on: September 22, 2007, 05:05:05 AM »
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