Guru Nanak: Good Actions Matter Most

This week, Sikhs around the world will celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev ji. One of the most beautiful ways to honor our great Guru is to share the spirit that he brought. This spirit is one of tolerance, and of not getting caught up in religious ritualism. One of inspiring ourselves and others to act as consciously and virtuously as possible.

For 20 years, SikhNet has dedicated itself to spreading this universal message taught and lived by Guru Nanak Dev ji. All of us at SikhNet, are extremely grateful to have the chance to serve the Guru and the Sangat in this way.

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As the pressure and insanity of the Kali Yug increases with each passing day, the message of Guru Nanak is needed now more than ever.

So, what was the essence of Guruji's message? - It doesn't matter what you believe, it matters what you do.

Bhai Gurdas narrates a story of Guru Nanak traveling to the Middle East. There were many Haaji's (pilgrims,) going to Mecca. Among them were Kazis and Mullahs, people knowledgeable in Muslim teachings.

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November 28, 2015 Hukamnama Excerpt
"I am a sacrifice to my Guru; forever and ever, I am a sacrifice to Him."


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