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BASAKHI THE DAY KHALSA CREATED Gurdeep Singh Sasan Sikhism was founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Guru in Sikh traditions means En lightener and Sikh means disciple. Sikhism is one of the six higher religions in the community of worlds faiths. A higher religion infers to have a message for mankind as a whole and not for a particular society. Sikhism is a higher religion because it believes in a moral, just and benevolent world order and it aims at the creation of a new egalitarian and moral society. It seeks good and welfare performance of noble deeds. It seeks good and welfare of entire community in its daily prayer. Guru Arjun Dev Ji who stood up against tyranny as unflinching (firm) before terror and torture, sacrifice himself to indoctrinate the teaching that one must not bow before injustice which impressed Sikhs and felt the self defence against tyranny. Guru Hargobind ji institutionalized it and thereafter Sikhism became a force to be reckoned with and was able to set up its own empire. Thus the second phase of development of Sikh dynamic mysticism started a transition from saint aspect to the saint soldier aspect, a mysticism of action. Guru Gobind Singh Ji had the burning desire of serving his country and his people. Guru Gobind Singh Ji figures in the world history as a great leader of men, epitome of royal courage, rising spirit, patriotism, sacrifice, confrontation with tyranny, a versatile genius of highest order a unique religious law giver and champion of down trodden and above all a sacrificing martyr for the cause of suffering and persecuted humanity.
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