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Sardar Jasbir Singh Sabharwal


Guru Nanak, founder of Sikhism preached equality of human beings. Gender and caste inequalities find no place in Nanak's teaching. The caste system had disintegrated the society. Guru Nanak crossed geographical and political boundaries to spread the message of TRUTH and also collected the voice of truth emerging from any source. Hymns of Kabir, Ravidas, Namdev, Farid, Jaidev and others have been compiled in Sri Guru Granth Sahib rendering it universal. Guru Nanak toured north, south, east and west that is Himalayas, Lanka, Assam and Mecca respectively. He came to Kashi also.

His teachings are for mankind and not Sikhs only. He showed the world a way of worshipping the Almighty by performing the duties of a house holder while remaining immersed in Him and doing charity. The Sikh philosophy rests upon three pillars, namely Naam Japna, Kirrt Karni and Vand Chhakna. He told mankind to shun all dogmas, rituals, superstition, gender inequalities and the caste system. He stressed on Universal Brotherhood and service to mankind.