Guru Nanak

Guru
Nanak
1469
1539

Indian Religions Leader, Founder of Sikhism

Author Quotes

Some ,sages , versed in the law, considering the purpose of the appointment not to have been attained by those two ,on the birth of the first , think that a second ,son may be lawfully procreated on ,such women.

The additional share deducted for the eldest shall be one twentieth ,of the estate and the best of all chattels, for the middlemost half of that, but for the youngest one fourth.

The darkness of ignorance was dispelled when the Guru applied the healing ointment of spiritual wisdom to my eyes.

The Guru has placed the reins in the mouth of the body horse.

The lord can never be established nor created; the formless one is limitlessly complete in Himself

The manes are always pleased with offerings made in open, naturally pure places, on the banks of rivers, and in secluded spots.

The production of children, the nurture of those born, and the daily life of men, of these matters woman is visibly the cause.

The way to true yoga is found by dwelling in God and remaining detached in the midst of worldly attachments.

Others die, to be reincarnated, they continue coming and going, and in the end, they depart with regret.

Separation from my beloved is like death to me!

Some have wandered away from the Name of God they have lost the Path.

The beloved soul has received the Call, the Command of the True Creator Lord.

The days of the dark half of the month, beginning with the tenth, but excepting the fourteenth, are recommended for a funeral sacrifice, it is not thus with the others.

The heart s desires are obtained by meditating on God, and the fear of death is dispelled.

The Lord God automatically blesses him with wealth.

The manner of deciding suits falling under the eighteen titles, between two litigant parties, has been declared at length.

The real power lies in his hands -- who creates and keeps on watching. Nanak says, no one is high and no one is low before him.

The widow cries out at the door, ?The light of my mind has gone out?, O my mother, with his death. So cry out, O soul brides of the Husband Lord, and dwell on the Glorious Praises of the True Lord.

Our service in the world gets us a seat in the Court of the Lord.

Servant Nanak has crossed over on the path, the treacherous path.

Some make the offering of the cakes after the dinner some cause them to be eaten by birds or throw them into fire or into water.

The body and the swan soul become separated, when one?s days are past and done, O my mother.

The death of brave heroes is blessed, if it is approved by God.

The husband is declared to be one with the wife.

The Lord God, the Giver of peace, has granted His Grace, I am rid of pain, sin and disease.

Author Picture
First Name
Guru
Last Name
Nanak
Birth Date
1469
Death Date
1539
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Indian Religions Leader, Founder of Sikhism