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Essay on Guru Nanak Dev ji; Guru Nanak Dev ji
Topic Started: Wed 8 Jul 2009 22:46:40 (16,967 Views)
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Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born on November 13th, 1469. He was born in Talwandi, now Nankana Sahib, which is near Lahore in present-day Pakistan. Back than Pakistan was a part of India. He was the founder of the Sikh religion. He taught his followers 3 major beliefs, to chant God’s name, to earn an honest living, and to share and consume together. He also taught his followers the concept of selfless service. He taught his followers that all men and women are created equal. I admire him as a leader because he tried to teach people good values.
He preached that rituals are meaningless and the only true way to obtain God is by praising him. He showed that he was a leader by teaching Hindus not to practice Sati, which is widow burning. A long time ago when Hindu males died the women were preached. Guru Nanak Dev Ji said that men and women are equal, so sati shouldn’t be practiced.
He also taught his followers to do selfless service. This service should not be done for personal gain, but it should be done out of the kindness from one’s heart. He also helped put an end to the caste system. At that time there was a caste system in India. He preached that since all people are equal there shouldn’t be any system that separates the touchable and untouchables. He helped to put an end to it by establishing the soup kitchen. In every Gurdwara, place of worship for Sikhs, he said that there should be a soup kitchen in which members of society make and serve everybody food. Everybody ate on the floor, ate the same food and ate the food together. This helped rid of the caste system in India.
Guru Nanak showed that he was a leader by teaching his followers many good values. He taught his followers to be humble and to not follow the caste system. He taught his followers to help others by doing selfless service. He also taught his followers that all people are created equal regardless of there gender. Lastly he taught his followers to make an honest living.
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