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Guru Gobind Singh Ji was a Saint Soldier who sacrificed he's whole family fighting tyranny in north India during the late 17th century to early 18th century.

"Recognise The Whole Human Race As One." Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

The painting is by the talented young artist Inkquisitive.

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Dhan Dhan Guru Ji

But a post by sikh2inspire said that Guru ji, gurprub is on the 16th.

In line with the calendar used by our Guru Sahibs, from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj to Jugo Jug Atal Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj in his pavittar Bani, Sri Bachitar Natak, writes that Their Avtar was on Poh Sudhi Saptami, this dates falls on the 16th of January this year.

To ensure you keep updated with the Puratan Bikrami dates follow the instructions here

http://www.gurmatparchar.com/#/calendar/4573228116

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Dhan Dhan Guru Ji

But a post by sikh2inspire said that Guru ji, gurprub is on the 16th.

In line with the calendar used by our Guru Sahibs, from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj to Jugo Jug Atal Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj in his pavittar Bani, Sri Bachitar Natak, writes that Their Avtar was on Poh Sudhi Saptami, this dates falls on the 16th of January this year.

To ensure you keep updated with the Puratan Bikrami dates follow the instructions here

http://www.gurmatparchar.com/#/calendar/4573228116

Hanji Paji I know, I was going to put it on then but some pages on my fb have started to give wishes from today, so I've started the thread from today, so posts could be added up to and on the 16th. I will probably go to Gurdwara when our local has the Gurpurab.

It comes down to which calendar they are using, but it should be on one day as I agree with you.

I've kind of created it as a timeline of posts relating to Guru Gobind Singh ji, so I will be adding other posts to it.

Actually I should have just stuck to my first decision and not have put today is the birthday, so I've deleted it.

Sorry ji bhul chuk maf Karo ??. I should stop thinking of others and go with my instinct.

Thank you ji Paji gsingh9 for putting me back to the right place.

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Hanji Paji I know, I was going to put it on then but some pages on my fb have started to give wishes from today, so I've started the thread from today, so posts could be added up to and on the 16th. I will probably go to Gurdwara when our local has the Gurpurab.

It comes down to which calendar they are using, but it should be on one day as I agree with you.

I've kind of created it as a timeline of posts relating to Guru Gobind Singh ji, so I will be adding other posts to it.

Actually I should have just stuck to my first decision and not have put today is the birthday, so I've deleted it.

Sorry ji bhul chuk maf Karo . I should stop thinking of others and go with my instinct.

Thank you ji Paji gsingh9 for putting me back to the right place.

Penji no need to apologise.

Look forward to your post about Guru ji

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Dhan Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Nirankaar Ji! The formless GOD of this world and the universe.

I bow before thee oh master of the world, planets, solar systems and galaxies.

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Guru Gobind Singh ji and The Donkey.

One day, Guru Gobind Singh ji was walking through the city of Anandpur. Suddenly, the air was shattered by the long, exhausted braying of the donkey that belonged to the vegetable stall-holder in the market. Burdened down by its heavy load, thirsting for water in the mid-day heat, the donkey was wailing its hardship. But the locals were used to it. They heard it everyday. They mocked and laughed at the stupid donkey.

But the Guru felt pity for the animal. 'If that were the roar of a tiger, they would not laugh' he thought. The thought put an idea in his head. At home he had the gift of a tiger skin, given him months ago. He had some friends bring the donkey to him. He led the animal home, fed and watered it, then gently laid the tiger's skin along its back. Back to the village he led it and let it roam free.

The donkey was amazed. Everywhere he went, now, a path was cleared for him. Women and children, rushed from him screaming; the men cowered in corners. Even the other animals kept their distance, jumping out of the way in fear. Soon, the donkey was alone in the market. Even his master ran when he saw him, but he left those lovely piles of apples and carrots. Soon the donkey was having the feast of a lifetime. It was hard for the donkey to understand because until today, he was beaten if he so much as sniffed at the fruit and vegetables.

But the city was terrified. They had to be rid of the dangerous tiger wandering round the market. No-one was safe. They must drive it back to the forest. The problem was to find a way and a meeting was called to solve the problem. At the meeting, the Guru had an idea. He would frighten the tiger and they could drive it before them, back into the forest. So it was agreed.

Soon the drum beats echoed round the market place bewildering the poor donkey. This way and that it turned, then beat a retreat as far into the forest as it could, anywhere away from the noise. His whole body shivered in a panic. He gave voice to his fear in a loud, quivering bray. The hunters stopped. They could not believe their ears. 'But that is no tiger.' they shouted to one another. 'Surely, that is only the vegetable donkey from the market.' Slowly they approached. In a clearing, the donkey stood staring at them nervously, the skin of a tiger hanging caught on the branch of a shrub.

Slowly, the Guru soothed the frightened animal, smoothing its head and ears with his hand. 'Remember, the vegetable donkey' he told the people. 'He wore the skin of a tiger, but he had only the spirit and actions of a donkey.'

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Ganjnama Bhai Nand Lal Goya (Maha-Kavi)

WAHEGURU JEE-O SATYA

NASAR-O MANSOOR GURU GOBIND SINGH

EEZAD-I MANZOOR GURU GOBING SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is victorious and assists us to succeed in life; he is accepted by God as His own.

HAQ RA GANJOOR GURU GOBIND SINGH

JUMLA FAIZ-O NOOR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the custodian of Gods treasure; he is the bestower of all the gifts.

HAQ HAQ AAGAAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

SHAHE SHAHAN SHAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh knows the ways of God; he is the emperor of emperors.

BAR DO ALAM SHAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

KHASAM RA JAN KAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh rules over both the worlds; he is the destroyer of the enemies.

FAA-EZ AL-ANWAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

KASHIF AL-ASRAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh illuminates our lives with abundance; he reveals secrets of God.

AALIM AL-ASTAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

ABR-E REHMAT BAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is aware of the secrets of the world; he showers his unlimited mercies.

MUQBAL-O MAQBOOL GURU GOBIND SINGH

WAASIL-O MAUSOOL GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the favourite of Waheguru; he is with Him all the time.

JAAN FIROZ-E DAHAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

FAIZ-E HAQ RA BAHR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh bestows life in this world; he is the sea of Wahegurus blessings.

HAQ RA MEHBOOB GURU GOBIND SINGH

TALIB-O MATLOOB GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is loved by God; he is the seeker as well as the sought.

TEG RA FATTAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

JAN-O DIL RA RAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh achieved victories with his sword; he knows the secret of every heart.

SAHIB-E IKLEEL GURU GOBIND SINGH

ZILL-E HAQ TAZLEEL GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh wears the crown of the world; he lives in the shadow of Waheguru.

KHAAZAN-E HAR GANJ GURU GOBIND SINGH

MARHAM-E HAR RANJ GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh controls all the treasures of the world; he is the medicine of all ailments.

DAAWAR-E AAFAAQ GURU GOBIND SINGH

DAR DO AALAM TAAQ GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the master of the world; both the worlds are under his shelter.

HAQ KHUD WASAAF GURU GOBIND SINGH

BARTAREEN AUSAAF GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is praised by God Himself; he is bestowed with highest qualities.

KHAASGAN DAR PAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

QUDSI-AAN BAAR-AAE GURU GOBIND SINGH

Great men are at the feet of Guru Gobind Singh; the angels visit him for audience.

MUQBAL-AAN MADDAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

JAAN-O DIL RA RAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

The fortunate ones admire Guru Gobind Singh; he knows every thing in our hearts.

LAA-MAKAAN PAABOS GURU GOBIND SINGH

BAR DO AALAM KOS GURU GOBIND SINGH

The poor kiss the feet of Guru Gobind Singh; the drum of his authority sounds in both the worlds.

SULS-HAM MAHKOOM GURU GOBIND SINGH

RUBEH HAM MAKHTOOM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh rules over the three worlds; he has the stamp of his authority on the four Vedas.

SUDS HALQEH B-GOSH GURU GOBIND SINGH

DUSHMAN AFGAN JOSH GURU GOBIND SINGH

The six shastras are his slaves; he always defeats the enemy.

KHALAS-O BE-KEENEH GURU GOBIND SINGH

HAQ HAQ AINAA GURU GOBIND SINGH

Pure at heart, Guru Gobind Singh is free from ill will; he is the mirror through whom God reveals Himself.

HAQ HAQ ANDESH GURU GOBIND SINGH

BADSHAH DARVESH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh meditates on God; he is a mystic and a king at the same time.

MAKRAM AL-FAZAAL GURU GOBIND SINGH

MUN-IM AL-MUT-AAL GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is virtue personified; his gifts to mankind are unending.

KAARAM AL-KIRAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

RAAHAM AL-RAHAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is most generous and forgiver.

NAA-EM AL-MUN-AAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

FAHAM AL-FAHAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh blesses even the benevolent; he bestows gifts even to those who give.

DAA-IM-O PAA-INDA GURU GOBIND SINGH

FARAKH-O FARKHUNDEH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is eternal; he is auspicious for all.

FAIZ-E SUB-HAAN ZAAT GURU GOBIND SINGH

NOOR HAQ LAM-AAT GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is essence of Gods blessings; God Himself radiates through him.

SAMIAAN-E NAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

HAQ BEEN Z IN-AAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Those who have listened to the name of Guru Gobind Singh have received the gift of seeing God Himself.

WAASIF-AAN-E ZAAT GURU GOBIND SINGH

WASIL AZ BARKAAT GURU GOBIND SINGH

Those who sang the praises of Guru Gobind Singh were united with God.

RAAQMAANE WASF GURU GOBIND SINGH

NAAMWAR AZ LUTF GURU GOBIND SINGH

Those who wrote in praise of Guru Gobind Singh received fame the world over with his grace.

NAAZRAN-E ROO-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

MAST HAQ DAR KOO-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

Those who had seen the face of Guru Gobind Singh moved in his lanes intoxicated with Gods Name.

KHAAK BOS-E PAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

MUQBAL AZ AALAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

Those who kissed the dust under the feet of Guru Gobind Singh were fortunate and were elevated in life.

QADIR-E HAR KAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

BE-KASAAN RA YAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the doer of all that is happening in this world, he is friend of the poor.

SAAJID-O MASJOOD GURU GOBIND SINGH

JUMLEH FAIZ-O JOOD GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh worships (God); he is also worshipped (by the whole creation).He is generous with all the bounties he gives.

SARWRAAN RA TAJ GURU GOBIND SINGH

BARTAREEN MI-ARAJ GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the chief of all the kings; he occupies the loftiest position.

ASHAR QUDSI RAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

WASIF-E IKRAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

The ten (Greek) gods are under the command of Guru Gobind Singh and they sing his praises in reverence.

UM QUDAS B-KAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

GAASHIA BARDAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

The sacred goddesses of the world are also working for Guru Gobind Singh and they are his servants.

QADR-O QUDRAT PEISH GURU GOBIND SINGH

INKIYAAD ANDESH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh controls our destinies; still he meditates on God in submission.

TISYA ULVI KHAAK GURU GOBIND SINGH

CHAAKAR-E CHALAAK GURU GOBIND SINGH

The nine gods are like dust of (the feet of) Guru Gobind Singh; they serve him well.

TAKHT-O BALA ZER GURU GOBIND SINGH

LAA-MAKAAN-E SEIR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is above the highest thrones; he moves in the heavens.

BARTAR AZ HAR QADR GURU GOBIND SINGH

JAAWDANI SADR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is supreme in all virtues; he is eternal and above everyone else.

AALAM-E RAUSHAN Z GURU GOBIND SINGH

JAAN-O DIL GULSHAN Z GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh gives light to the world; our hearts and souls blossom because of him.

ROZ AFZOON JAAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

ZEB TAKHT-O GAAH GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singhs stature is increasing every day; he is the beauty of all thrones.

MURSHID AL-DAAREEN GURU GOBIND SINGH

BEENASH-E HAR EIN GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is our guide in both the worlds; he is the sight of every eye.

JUMLA DAR FURMAAN GURU GOBIND SINGH

BARTAR AAMAD SHAAN GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh commands the whole creation; he is supreme in stature.

HAR DO AALAM KHEIL GURU GOBIND SINGH

JUMLA ANDAR ZEIL GURU GOBIND SINGH

Both the worlds are the army of Guru Gobind Singh; all are under his protection.

WAAHAB AL-WAHAAB GURU GOBIND SINGH

FAATEH HAR BAAB GURU GOBIND SINGH

The most generous Guru Gobind Singh is the conqueror of every battle.

SHAAMIL AL-ASHFAAQ GURU GOBIND SINGH

KAAMIL AL-AKHLAAQ GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singhs blessings are unending; he is virtue personified.

ROOH DAR HAR JISM GURU GOBIND SINGH

NOOR DAR HAR CHASHM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh is the soul of every one; he is the light of every eye.

JUMLA ROZI KHWAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

FEIZ-E HAQ AMTAAR GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh provides sustenance to all; he showers His graces.

BIST-O HAFT GADAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

KHAAK ROB SARAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

The twenty-seven gods are the beggars of Guru Gobind Singh; they are engaged in sweeping his house.

KHAMS WASF PEI-RAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

HAFT HAM SHEIDAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

The five elements praise Guru Gobind Singh; the seven worlds admire him.

BAR DO AALAM DAST GURU GOBIND SINGH

JUMLA ULVI PAST GURU GOBIND SINGH

Guru Gobind Singh has his hand on both the worlds; all the angels are inferior to him.

LAL SAG GULAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

DAAD-DAAR-E NAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Nand LaL is the slave dog of Guru Gobind Singh; he carries the stamp of Guru Gobind Singh on him.

KAMTAREEN Z SGAAN GURU GOBIND SINGH

REZAA CHEEN-E KHAAN GURU GOBIND SINGH

Nand Lal is lower than all the dogs of Guru Gobind Singh; he (pecks) at the left overs of his dinner table.

SAA-EL AZ IN-AAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

KHAAK-E PAAK IQDAAM GURU GOBIND SINGH

Nand Lal is begging to get the gift of holy dust of Guru Gobind Singhs feet.

BAAD JAANASH FIDAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

FARQ-O BAR PAA-E GURU GOBIND SINGH

His (Nand Lals) life may be sacrificed for Guru Gobind Singh and Nand Lals head may always remain at his feet.

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Guru Gobind Singh ji and The Donkey.

One day, Guru Gobind Singh ji was walking through the city of Anandpur. Suddenly, the air was shattered by the long, exhausted braying of the donkey that belonged to the vegetable stall-holder in the market. Burdened down by its heavy load, thirsting for water in the mid-day heat, the donkey was wailing its hardship. But the locals were used to it. They heard it everyday. They mocked and laughed at the stupid donkey.

But the Guru felt pity for the animal. 'If that were the roar of a tiger, they would not laugh' he thought. The thought put an idea in his head. At home he had the gift of a tiger skin, given him months ago. He had some friends bring the donkey to him. He led the animal home, fed and watered it, then gently laid the tiger's skin along its back. Back to the village he led it and let it roam free.

The donkey was amazed. Everywhere he went, now, a path was cleared for him. Women and children, rushed from him screaming; the men cowered in corners. Even the other animals kept their distance, jumping out of the way in fear. Soon, the donkey was alone in the market. Even his master ran when he saw him, but he left those lovely piles of apples and carrots. Soon the donkey was having the feast of a lifetime. It was hard for the donkey to understand because until today, he was beaten if he so much as sniffed at the fruit and vegetables.

But the city was terrified. They had to be rid of the dangerous tiger wandering round the market. No-one was safe. They must drive it back to the forest. The problem was to find a way and a meeting was called to solve the problem. At the meeting, the Guru had an idea. He would frighten the tiger and they could drive it before them, back into the forest. So it was agreed.

Soon the drum beats echoed round the market place bewildering the poor donkey. This way and that it turned, then beat a retreat as far into the forest as it could, anywhere away from the noise. His whole body shivered in a panic. He gave voice to his fear in a loud, quivering bray. The hunters stopped. They could not believe their ears. 'But that is no tiger.' they shouted to one another. 'Surely, that is only the vegetable donkey from the market.' Slowly they approached. In a clearing, the donkey stood staring at them nervously, the skin of a tiger hanging caught on the branch of a shrub.

Slowly, the Guru soothed the frightened animal, smoothing its head and ears with his hand. 'Remember, the vegetable donkey' he told the people. 'He wore the skin of a tiger, but he had only the spirit and actions of a donkey.'

seems shortened ... Guru ji says people see , when he wore the bhes of a sher everyone was scared of his actions thinking they would be of a sher yet no was nothing more than a donkey in nature and when the people saw that the fear was gone , do not be bheki Singhs but have the actions and thoughts of a gursikh too lest you be berated and mistreated like this poor creature .

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