Chief Minister of UP Praises Sikh Gurus: Their dedication still inspires us

"The sacrifice of Sikh community for the betterment of humanity will always be remembered," Yogi added. 

Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the historic Yahiyaganj Gurdwara to pay obeisance to Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, on his 355th birth anniversary on Wednesday and seek blessings. The CM said people should take inspiration from Sikh Gurus for being selfless and devoted in service. 
"Sikh Gurus did not live for themselves. Their lives were dedicated to their religion and the country. Guru Gobind Singh ji first encouraged his father to serve the country and then sacrifice his four sons for the country. One cannot expect such devotion from a common man," he said. 
"The sacrifice of Sikh community for the betterment of humanity will always be remembered," Yogi added. 
The CM knelt down and bowed before the holy Guru Granth Sahib in the gurdwara and heard the  Shabad Kirtan...
..."Guru Gobind Singh ji and his mother Gujri Ji had spent two months and 13 days at this very place when the Guru was six years old. This isngle event has made this Gurdwara even more important than it already is," he added. 
"The first time I visited Patna, I went to see Patna Sahib. All Indians should go there and expereience the magic and aura of the Guru in his service to the country in that era," the CM said.  

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