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Sri chand ji did parchar of dress that Guru Nanak Dev ji wore!


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16 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

Dear veer 

My main motive to start this topic was to prove Sri chand dressed like Baba Nanak and also told ascetic yogis etc to dress like Baba Nanak.

There r loads of books written on udasis and Sri chand ji but the best way to know Sri chand ji is to read his own writings.

Sri chand ji calls Guru Nanak Dev ji a SHAH which means king and kings wear dastaar and not topi.

Present hinduised udasis dress up like yogis and show Sri chand ji with just wearing loin cloth. IT'S TOTALLY FALSE.

BABA SRI CHAND WAS A GURMUKH AND A TRUE BRAHMGYANI SIKH WHO WORE GURMUKHI BANA.

I agree veerji 🙏

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2 hours ago, intrigued said:

I also heard something like the first 6 gurus wore a seli topi on this forum. I also don't know how accurate this statement is though.

Dear veer

This is kalyug, age of falsehood.

Guru Sahib wearing seli topi is completely false. Yes it is possible that hindu or Muslim admirers of Guru Sahib gifted seli topis to Guru Sahib  but Guru Sahib never wore it.

Same way Sri chand is shown with ashes smeared on his body and wearing loin cloth only which is totally false. Sri chand ji wore gurmukhi bana.

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19 minutes ago, intrigued said:

I think that this has to be taken in a historical context as well:

 

Here's a snippet of a katha talking about the seli topi - https://kam1825.podbean.com/e/seli-topi/

 

What are your thoughts on this ji?

I hv great respect for giani sher singh ji but I don't agree with his views on seli topi.

Brahmgyani Sikhs hv had darshan of Guru Nanak Dev ji with a dastaar only.

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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

Dear Veer intrigued 

Plz give ur viewpoint on this line of matra bani of Sri chand:

Jattaa joot mukatt sir hoye,

Mukta phire bandhan nahin koye.

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Beautiful line...have some of the udasis changed it as well?

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14 hours ago, intrigued said:

Beautiful line...have some of the udasis changed it as well?

Not so far.

I think in this tukk Sri chand ji is saying that one shud be sabat Surat and shud hv joorra or even dastaar on head.

What's ur interpretation of this line?

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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

What's ur interpretation of this line?

I think Jutta and Joot refer to the matted hair and joora of the rishis and sidhs

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3 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

Jatajoot in Gurmat means one who does not cut hair.

U r right that joot means joorha but mukatt means joorha as well.

So in this tukk jattaa joot means sabat Surat and mukatt means joorha.

Sri chand ji is doing great parchar of the most fundamental concept of sikhi of being sabat Surat.

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10 hours ago, intrigued said:

Ah ok

The jattajoot wali line actually follows the 'Nanak Shah faqir' wali line.

So basically Sri chand ji is saying:

Dress up like Guru Nanak Dev ji

Be sabat Surat

Hv joorha on head

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But what about the sahki where shri chand ji laughed at Guru Ramdas Jis beard?  Guru Ramdas ji had the longest beard of all the gurus. When shri Chand ji met guru ji, shri chand ji started laughing at guru jis beard and asked him why is it so long, Guru Ramdas ji was humility personified, and he replied saying to wipe the feet of saints like you.

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