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  1. Hari Singh Randhawa in the above video claims that Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj started the udasis Panth and it was not Sri Chand. Today many Sikhs have jumped on this bandwagon and have started saying the same without listening to Katha of Satguru Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji Maharaj or reading Gurbani or reading Bhai Gurdas Ji's Vaars. First Hari Singh Randhawa says this tuk to back up his theory that Satguru started Udasis: gur bcnI bwhir Gir eyko nwnku BieAw audwsI ]5]11] gur bachanee baahar ghar eaeko naanak bhaeiaa oudhaasee ||5||11|| According to the Word of the Guru's Teachings, what is outside is the same as what is inside the home of the self. Nanak has become a detached renunciate. ||5||11|| http://sikhitothemax...p?ShabadID=3666 So at the beginning of this shabad a person ask Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj if he is a yogi, sant ji says. Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj responds by saying: Raag Maaru--Ang-992 jogI jugiq nwmu inrmwielu qw kY mYlu n rwqI ] jogee jugath naam niramaaeil thaa kai mail n raathee || The Yogi who is joined to the Naam, the Name of the Lord, is pure; he is not stained by even a particle of dirt. Then they ask who is a Brahmin from Maharaj a few tuks down and Maharaj responds by saying: bRhmxu bRhm igAwn iesnwnI hir gux pUjy pwqI ] brehaman breham giaan eisanaanee har gun poojae paathee || He alone is a Brahmin, who takes his cleansing bath in the spiritual wisdom of God, and whose leaf-offerings in worship are the Glorious Praises of the Lord. Then at the end Satguru says this to him: gur bcnI bwhir Gir eyko nwnku BieAw audwsI ]5]11] gur bachanee baahar ghar eaeko naanak bhaeiaa oudhaasee ||5||11|| According to the Word of the Guru's Teachings, what is outside is the same as what is inside the home of the self. Nanak has become a detached renunciate. ||5||11|| The above tuk katha starts at 32:15 to the end of the recording. Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh ji Maharaj here makes it clear that Satguru is talking about a spiritual state and it has nothing to do with starting a sect called udasis or being an udasis as Sri Chand was. Hari Singh Randhawa needs to read the whole shabad before doing arth of this one tuk and presenting the tuk to the sangat as if Satguru is saying i am udasis. Hari Singh Randhawa, also uses the following tuk to back up his claim: bwby ByK bxwieAw audwsI kI rIiq clweI] baabae bhaekh banaaeiaa oudhaasee kee reeth chalaaee|| To further understand the people, Guru Nanak donned robes in their manner and preached them to be detached (from the pleasure and pain). http://sikhitothemax...p?ShabadID=5564 From this Vaar of Bhai Gurdas Ji’s i could not find Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Maharaj’s katha. It is not on Gurmatveechar.com. But in the same Vaar (1) in pauri 38 Bhai Gurdas Ji tells us that Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj takes off the udasi garb. Listening to this katha Sant ji says that Satguru adorned the udasi garb to teach the udasis what it really means to be an udasi. Sant ji gives the example of how Satguru went to Mecca and Satguru adorned the blue garb. Just because Satguru adorned the blue garb of the Muslims doesn’t mean Satguru became a Muslim or started the Muslim religion. Again Hari Singh Randhawa has failed to learn from his teacher (Sant ji and Bhai Gurdas ji) and has distorted Bhai Gurdas Ji’s Vaars to support Udasis. Hari Singh Randhawa is adding his own man made theories here to support what he believes for whatever reason. Vaar 01 Pauri 38 - Baba Aaiya Kartarpur The above Katha starts at 2:25 Katha on Nirmal Panth: Vaar 01 Pauri 45 - Ziaarat Kar Multaan Di Vaar 01 Pauri 45 - Ziaarat Kar Multaan Di - Version 02 Nirmal Panth is first mentioned at 4:50 to 6:00. Here Sant ji refers to Sikhi as the Nirmal Panth which Satguru started and where Satguru Sri Guru Angad Dev ji Maharaj was the second Guru of this Nirmal Panth. In the second version of the above Katha Sant ji makes it even more clear that Satguru is refering to the Khalsa Panth, by saying in farsi this Panth is called Khalsa Panth. But if you listen to Hari Singh Randhawa he distorts Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaars and says Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji Maharaj started the Nirmal Samprada. This is wrong because the Nirmal Samprada, which Hari Singh is refering to, was started by Bhai Daya Singh ji. Then again Hari Singh to confuse the sangat says in the 10th form Satguru increased this Nirmal Panth. So Hari Singh should be asked why are you distorting Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaars? Why not do the correct arth of Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaars like your teacher Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh ji Maharaj does? Hari Singh Randhawa also says the Gurus did puja of Sri Chand. Correct me if im wrong and misheard. This is a huge insult to the Gurus by Hari Singh Randhawa. What is Hari Singh’s evidence for this, what is his source? Surely not Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaars or Gurbani because both sources tell us that Sri Chand went against Satguru and the former source tells us that Sri Chand could not find liberation. Does Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaars or Gurbani say anywhere that Satguru started udasi or was a udasi? From Sant Ji’s katha, he has made it clear this was not the case at all. Infact Gurbani give us the explanation of what a Udasi and householder is in this Shabad: This Shabad is by Guru Nanak Dev Ji in Raag Prabhaatee on Pannaa 1329 pRBwqI mhlw 1 ] prabhaathee mehalaa 1 || Prabhaatee, First Mehla: Awvqu iknY n rwiKAw jwvqu ikau rwiKAw jwie ] aavath kinai n raakhiaa jaavath kio raakhiaa jaae || No one can hold anyone back from coming; how could anyone hold anyone back from going? ijs qy hoAw soeI pru jwxY jW aus hI mwih smwie ]1] jis thae hoaa soee par jaanai jaa(n) ous hee maahi samaae ||1|| He alone thoroughly understands this, from whom all beings come; all are merged and immersed in Him. ||1|| qUhY hY vwhu qyrI rjwie ] thoohai hai vaahu thaeree rajaae || Waaho! - You are Great, and Wondrous is Your Will. jo ikCu krih soeI pru hoiebw Avru n krxw jwie ]1] rhwau ] jo kishh karehi soee par hoeibaa avar n karanaa jaae ||1|| rehaao || Whatever You do, surely comes to pass. Nothing else can happen. ||1||Pause|| jYsy hrht kI mwlw itMf lgq hY iek sKnI hor Pyr BrIAq hY ] jaisae harehatt kee maalaa tti(n)dd lagath hai eik sakhanee hor faer bhareeath hai || The buckets on the chain of the Persian wheel rotate; one empties out to fill another. qYso hI iehu Kylu Ksm kw ijau aus kI vifAweI ]2] thaiso hee eihu khael khasam kaa jio ous kee vaddiaaee ||2|| This is just like the Play of our Lord and Master; such is His Glorious Greatness. ||2|| surqI kY mwrig cil kY aultI ndir pRgwsI ] surathee kai maarag chal kai oulattee nadhar pragaasee || Following the path of intuitive awareness, one turns away from the world, and one's vision is enlightened. min vIcwir dyKu bRhm igAwnI kaunu igrhI kaunu audwsI ]3] man veechaar dhaekh breham giaanee koun girehee koun oudhaasee ||3|| Contemplate this in your mind, and see, O spiritual teacher. Who is the householder, and who is the renunciate? ||3|| ijs kI Awsw iqs hI sauip kY eyhu rihAw inrbwxu ] jis kee aasaa this hee soup kai eaehu rehiaa nirabaan || Hope comes from the Lord; surrendering to Him, we remain in the state of nirvaanaa. ijs qy hoAw soeI kir mwinAw nwnk igrhI audwsI so prvwxu ]4]8] jis thae hoaa soee kar maaniaa naanak girehee oudhaasee so paravaan ||4||8|| We come from Him; surrendering to Him, O Nanak, one is approved as a householder, and a renunciate. ||4||8|| http://sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=4838
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