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What is the story of Guru Nanak Dev jis other son? 

There's a painting of a person with blue skin and he's saving a baby falling from a horse, the horse is flying into the heaven with the babies mum and dad, but the baby falls and the person with the blue skin saves the baby.

I think that painting is associated with Guru Nanak Dev jis second son?   Anyone know ? 

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4 hours ago, puzzled said:

What is the story of Guru Nanak Dev jis other son? 

There's a painting of a person with blue skin and he's saving a baby falling from a horse, the horse is flying into the heaven with the babies mum and dad, but the baby falls and the person with the blue skin saves the baby.

I think that painting is associated with Guru Nanak Dev jis second son?   Anyone know ? 

The person with the blue skin is Baba Sri Chand Ji and the baby was the son of Baba Lakhmi Das Ji, the second son of Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. Here is the Sakhi from SikhWiki: 

 

Preserving the Family Lineage

"Babaji stretches his arm into the sky and brings baby Dharm Chand to earth to save Guru Nanak Dev ji’s lineage. While Babaji himself lived an ascetic life, he not only supported family life, he actually raised the baby Dharm Chand and arranged his marriage One day brother Lakhmi Chand ji had been hunting. Babaji told him it was a sin to kill innocent animals and that he would have to give account in God’s court. Hearing this Baba Lakhmi Chand took his entire household, even the dog, mounted his horse and rode toward Heaven. Baba Siri Chand ji realized that his brother’s baby Dharm Chand was the last descendent of Guru Nanak Dev ji. If the baby left too there would be no one to carry on Guru ji’s blood line. So Baba Siri Chand ji stretched out his arm into the sky, lifted the baby from his brother’s lap, brought him back and raised him as his own son" (SikhiWiki, 2012). 

 

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22 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

The person with the blue skin is Baba Sri Chand Ji and the baby was the son of Baba Lakhmi Das Ji, the second son of Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. Here is the Sakhi from SikhWiki: 

 

Preserving the Family Lineage

"Babaji stretches his arm into the sky and brings baby Dharm Chand to earth to save Guru Nanak Dev ji’s lineage. While Babaji himself lived an ascetic life, he not only supported family life, he actually raised the baby Dharm Chand and arranged his marriage One day brother Lakhmi Chand ji had been hunting. Babaji told him it was a sin to kill innocent animals and that he would have to give account in God’s court. Hearing this Baba Lakhmi Chand took his entire household, even the dog, mounted his horse and rode toward Heaven. Baba Siri Chand ji realized that his brother’s baby Dharm Chand was the last descendent of Guru Nanak Dev ji. If the baby left too there would be no one to carry on Guru ji’s blood line. So Baba Siri Chand ji stretched out his arm into the sky, lifted the baby from his brother’s lap, brought him back and raised him as his own son" (SikhiWiki, 2012). 

 

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 Yeah that's the one. I've seen it in peoples houses in india, I used to think it was Baba Balak Nath, but then I found out its to do with Guru Nanak Dev jis sons.

Do Sikhs believe in that sakhi ?  or is it sects that follow Baba Shri Chand ji ?

I wonder if the animals in the painting are of importance? reminds of of Pir Bhudan shah 

 

23 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

This forum post talks about it. Has to do with energy during meditation. 

https://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/17608-importance-of-tiger-skin-during-meditation/

Thanks. 

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

 Yeah that's the one. I've seen it in peoples houses in india, I used to think it was Baba Balak Nath, but then I found out its to do with Guru Nanak Dev jis sons.

Do Sikhs believe in that sakhi ?  or is it sects that follow Baba Shri Chand ji ?

I wonder if the animals in the painting are of importance? reminds of of Pir Bhudan shah 

 

Thanks. 

I would imagine Sikhs believe in it. Udaasi's were always very close to the panth. It's really until the rise of the Brits along with the Singh Sabha that there is a major divide. 

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On 5/6/2021 at 11:45 AM, shastarSingh said:

Pics of Sri chand ji on internet and in udasi deras show him naked with just a loin cloth.

Baba virsa Singh of Gobind sadan Delhi had darshan of Sri chand ji wearing a chola. I'm attaching the photo baba virsa Singh created.

A charrdikala Singh told me recently that he had darshan of Sri chand ji and he was wearing a dastaar too.

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Why Most Udasi Dont have Ek Onkaar Symbol In thier temple /deras now ?

Why They use "OM " now ?

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1 minute ago, Rajasthani said:

Why Most Udasi Dont have Ek Onkaar Symbol In thier temple /deras now ? 

Why They use "OM " now ? 

 

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44 minutes ago, Rajasthani said:

Why Most Udasi Dont have Ek Onkaar Symbol In thier temple /deras now ?

Why They use "OM " now ?

They are leaving the parkash of Guru Granth Sahib slowly in their deras too.

 

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14 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

Becoz they hv got hinduized a lot.

In Baluchistan And Sindh Udasis Still Have ek onkaar symbol and do prakash of Guru Granth sahib Too they call themselves as sikh

I found this poster on internet ( I don't know What other Things They follow But one thing is sure They do prakash of Guru Granth sahib And celebrate Gurpurabs ) 

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