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A devoted sikh would not like to hear any word against his Beloved Satguru. He shall also not utter a single word which may wound and injure the feelings of others with regard to their faith, their religious paths, and scriptures and their objects and places of worship.
 

 

Sikh Dharm Is Pati Varta Dharam

Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj

Sikh Dharma is Pati-Varta Dharam. In the Religion of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, a sikh is devoted exclusively to the Satguru. In his pure and undiluted love of his All Pervading Lord there is only love and respect for other spiritual paths, for all other places of worship. All lovers of God irrespective of their colour, caste, creed, religion have been shown equal veneration and respect in Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

A sikh respects all the ways of prayer and worship.

  All the Avtars, Prophets and Gurus have manifested from the same supreme Param Jot and are worthy of equal reverence and adoration.  
  Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj  

It is impossible to behold the true grandeur of all the Divine Manifestations with these gross eyes but when one is blessed with Divine Sight, one envisions all the Manifestations having emerged from the same Supreme Source.

A devoted sikh would not like to hear any word against his Beloved Satguru. He shall also not utter a single word which may wound and injure the feelings of others with regard to their faith, their religious paths, and scriptures and their objects and places of worship.


 

 
 
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