Grace of God and Guru in Sikh Philosophy
Global Vision Pub. House, Jan 1, 2002 - 198 pages
This Title Is An Analytical Study Of Important Terms For The Grace Of God And Guru In Sikh Philosophy Like- Nadar, Karam, Mihar And Bakhsis Refer In The Adi Granth And Other Sikh Scriptures. It Is Clearly Said In The Adi Granth That God Is Known With The Help Of Guru. Throught, This Scripture, The Grace Of Guru Is Regarded As An Important Prerequisite For Obtaining A Vision Of God. It Is This Which Sets The Individual On The Road To The Consummation Of His Destiny As Union With God. The Relation Between The Grace Of God And The Grace Of Guru, The Point May Be Safely Made Is That The Grace Of Guru Serves As The Vehicle Of God.
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It is surprised to see any such relation ship as Grace of GOD and Guru in Sikh philosophy.
Careful perusal from Gurbanee one can see that Gurbanee os all about Guru,Gur-u and Gurand their relationship.
It is important to understand what we refer as GOD is correct as per Gurbanee or not.
One can see that all references of Gurbanee are Gender free and there is no such reference that can be refered as GOD which is the reference for Male Gender.
In Sikh philosophy one can see there is only GuR JOTi being refered as Guru-Gur.So one should really try to understand this Guru-Gur from Gurbanee.
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