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Philosophy of Guru Nanak. ३०० words mains question

- Guru Nanak has a very big place among the saints of the world. Not surprisingly, his name comes with Buddha, Ish, and the Prophet of Allah, Mohammad Sahab. His teachings brainwashed the public
Has left an indelible mark on The truth is that his philosophy was simple to understand and implement.

Guru Nanak laid great emphasis on the existence of one God. He said that he is the only power and there is no other power than that in the world. God is omnipotent and omnipresent. But Hindus worship many Gods. Hindus worship that love as Rama, Krishna and Shankar in the form of a man, but according to Nanak both God
Has qualities - 1. He stays in the inner state. 2. But it also appears outside to demonstrate its superiority. According to Nanak, God is merciful and does not turn away from his devotees. It cannot be confined in any temple or other religious places. He resides in the heart of every human being. The devotee has to surrender himself to the Lord's will to attain God. The meaning of self-surrender is the total elimination of five big enemies (senses). These five enemies are - (1) Kama (2) Anger (3) Greed (4) Attachment (5) Ego. When the mind is freed from these enemies, only then God is interviewed.

Guru Nanak stressed that it is possible to attain complete surrender only by chanting Lord 'Satnam', who is suffering from one of these five enemies. He cannot be oriented towards Satnam. Only the utterance of Satnam can remove a mind from the evils of the world and engage it in God. Satnam is the cure for all evils and diseases. Nobody of the truth has attained God. A Guru is a lift or a ladder that leads him to the door of his Lord, but for the attainment of a true Guru, it is necessary to have the grace of God. As soon as one finds a true Guru. Similarly, he should diligently follow the path shown by his guru. Guru Nanak has strongly opposed some religious rituals. Along with this, he has also asked to abandon all kinds of superstitions like austerity, pilgrimage practice. All these customs are false and useless. The compassion of the divine is only on those who sustain only true traditions. Nanak's message to his followers was "abandon the inequities of the world and adopt holiness." Nanak wished that his followers shun renunciation and sannyasa. Instead he said that the householder should lead a life. He insisted that the worldliness I too should follow a life of perfect purity. One must remain pure with mind, word, deed. Unwavering faith in 'Karmud'
Was. Lucky is the one who has done the welfare work of that society, it is possible to attain Satnam only by the grace of Guru. The society in which he lives without Guru Kripa. Nanak says that without good deeds one cannot attain salvation. As long as there are no functions in the context of society, the notion of justification has no meaning. Love of God means love for the whole human society. The caste system prevailing in the city Hindu society was completely contrary to this concept. Guru Nanak strongly opposed this principle of inequality and
It also said that both Hindus and Muslims are children of the same God.

Therefore, they need that they should live with brotherly fodder and love. Guru Nanak also propounded the principle of universal brotherhood. He did not believe in any form or form of God. He said that God is not far from you, seek them in your mind and heart. Hence, he did not believe in idol worship and emphasized more on 'Satnam chanting only.

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