I hadn't thought about Baháʼí in a long time until someone mentioned them in passing in another thread. I met some 20 years ago briefly, I knew far less of Sikhi at the time, but they struck me then as being much like gnostics in their search for The Universal Truth of God in all things.
How would the Sangat here describe the Baháʼí faith and their relationship with Sikhi?
Bhai Nand Lal was a hindu but was well read in all the granths of his faith and the quran because he could read farsi and arabic . One day Aurangzeb wanted the arth given to him of some passage but was not satisfied with the arth explained simplisticly by the Qazi , so he cried out who can give the proper arth, Bhai Nand Lal explained the arth in such a way that it won over Aurangzeb's mind . When he enquired as to who this person was , he was informed he is a kuffar , so then Aurangzeb hatched the plan to have Bhai Nand Lal to be converted to islam . This is when Bhai Nand Lal ran to Guru ji's Sharan and yes he did becomme Khalsa too.