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The funny thing is that I feel that I possess all 3 student qualities at different times.

Sometimes I may be 'uttam' and sometimes 'bashneek'

Why confuse, make it simple

ਐ ਜੀ ਨਾ ਹਮ ਉਤਮ ਨੀਚ ਨ ਮਧਿਮ ਹਰਿ ਸਰਣਾਗਤਿ ਹਰਿ ਕੇ ਲੋਗ ॥
Ai Jee Naa Ham Outham Neech N Madhhim Har Saranaagath Har Kae Log ||
O Dear One, I am not high or low or in the middle. I am the Lord's slave, and I seek the Lord's Sanctuary.
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Sikh is a sikh and cannot be described/categorized in any type.

That is the core message of the tuk.

ਐ ਜੀ ਨਾ ਹਮ ਉਤਮ ਨੀਚ ਨ ਮਧਿਮ ਹਰਿ ਸਰਣਾਗਤਿ ਹਰਿ ਕੇ ਲੋਗ ॥

Read the whole shabad and understand it for yourself brother what it means.

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If you please quote gurbani which makes your point more clearer.

Gurbani talks about manmukh and gurmukh.

"The same can be said of students in bhagti marag. You will have the Agayani, Jagyasoo and Giani (Kanisht, Madham and Uttam)"

if you give some reference from gurbani about these avastha it will make things clear.

Eh, I think you may have missed the point.

Just as a doctor has all medicines, certain patients will need specific medicines to cure them.

A parent loves all of their children the same, but some children can be taught just by talking, some by shouting, and some with a good old fashioned chapal!

The same can be said of students in bhagti marag. You will have the Agayani, Jagyasoo and Giani (Kanisht, Madham and Uttam)

This has got nothing to do with caste or any other silly rank, this is purely about bhagti avastha.

Hope this clears it up.

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