PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

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Pilgrimages of Guru Nanak Dev:

Pilgrimages of Guru Nanak Dev BHUPINDER SINGH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN HISTORY SRI GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE,CHANDIGARH

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

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First Udasi : (1500-1506 AD) Lasted about  7 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Sultanpur , Tulamba (modern Makhdumpur , zila Multan), Panipat , Delhi, Banaras (Varanasi), Nanakmata ( zila Nainital , U.P.), Tanda Vanjara ( zila Rampur), Kamrup (Assam), Asa Desh (Assam), Saidpur (modern Eminabad , Pakistan), Pasrur (Pakistan), Sialkot (Pakistan). Guru Nanak was of the age of 31-37. Second Udasi : (1506-1513 AD) Lasted about  7 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Dhanasri Valley, Sangladip (Ceylon). Guru Nanak was of the age of 37-44 Third Udasi : (1514-1518 AD) Lasted about  5 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Kashmir, Sumer Parbat, Nepal, Tashkand , Sikkim, Tibet. Guru Nanak was of the age of 45-49 Fourth Udasi : (1519-1521 AD) Lasted about  3 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Mecca and the Arab countries. Guru Nanak was of the age of 50-52 Fifth Udasi : (1523-1524 AD) Lasted about  2 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Places within the Punjab. Guru Nanak was of the age of 54-56 After which he settled to Kartarpur before leaving his physical form (1525-1539 AD). Guru Nanak was of the age of 56-70. Baba ji spent 24 years on the 5 udasis . Alternative Account

Sources of pilgrimage:

Sources of pilgrimage 1540: Bhai Bala’s Janam Sakhis dated 1540 1635: Puratan or Hafizabad or Wilayatwali Janam Sakhi dated 1635 (This book was found by an Englishman named Cole Brooke. He brought it to England. Most of the Sikh historians have drawn references from this book) 1650: Mehrban’s Janam Sakhis dated 1650 ( Mehrban was a nephew of Guru Arjan ) 1711: Sri Gur Sobha by Sainapat , (a court poet of Guru Gobind Singh) dated 1711 1712: Gyan Ratnavli , by Bhai Mani Singh dated 1712 1751: Gurbilas Padshahi dus , by Koer Singh dated 1751 1769: Bansiwala Nama dus Padshahian , by Kesar Singh Chibber dated 1769 1776: Mehma Prakash Vartik , by Bawa Kirpal Singh dated 1776 1776: Mehma Prakash Kavita , by Sarup Das Bhalla dated 1776 1797: Gurbilas Dasvi Padshahi , by Bhai Sukha Singh dated 1797

Definition of Udasi :

Definition of Udasi Udasi  is a word which takes its meaning from  udas . Udasi has several meanings which all mean in one way or another to take leave, or be detached: The primary meaning of Udasi is to depart, forsake, go away, take leave, or wander. A secondary meaning of Udasi is dejection, low in spirit, sadness, or sorrow. Udasi may also refer to detachment or unattachment , as in the order of holy persons who renounce and retire from the ways of the world. In Sikhism, the term Udasi applies to both the mission tours of Guru Nanak Dev and to the sect of renunciates established by his son Baba Siri Chand .

Objective of pilgrimage:

Objective of pilgrimage Guru Nanak saw the world suffering out of hatred, fanaticism, falsehood and hypocrisy. The world had sunk in wickedness and sin. So he decided that he had to travel and educate and press home the message of Almighty Lord. So he set out in 1499 on his mission for the regeneration of humanity on this earth. He carried the torch of truth, heavenly love, peace and joy for mankind. For 1 year he spread his message of peace, compassion, righteousness and truth to the people in and around his home.

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV First Udasi – 1500-1506. Covered East India. From Saidpur , Tolumba , kuruksetra,Delhi , Haridawar,Gorakhmata ,Banaras, Gaya, Kamrup , Jagnnathpuri .

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV Second Udasi -1506-1513. Covered west and south India. From Rajasthan, Gujrat , Maharastra,Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Bidar ( karnatka ).

Guru Nanak and Kauda Bheel:

Guru Nanak and Kauda Bheel

GURU NANAK AT KAILASH PARBAT:

GURU NANAK AT KAILASH PARBAT

SIDH-GOSTH:

SIDH-GOSTH

GURU NANAK AT JAGNNATH PURI:

GURU NANAK AT JAGNNATH PURI

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV Third Udasi -1514-17. Visited hilly areas viz.Una,Mandi,Rawalsar , kullu , Manikaran,Garhwal , Nanak mata,Nepal,leh , Anatnag,Matan,Baramulla,Berwa .

Guru Nanak in Sri Lanka:

Guru Nanak in Sri Lanka

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV Fourth Udasi-1517-1521. West Asia- Addan ,Jeddah, Almecca , Medina, Baghdad, Basrah , Karbala, Tehran, Bukhra,SamarKand,Kabul , Kandhar , Hassan abdal,Jalalabad,pakhpattan .

GURU NANAK AT MECCA:

GURU NANAK AT MECCA

GURU NANAK AT MECCA:

GURU NANAK AT MECCA

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV Fifth Udasi : (1523-1524 AD) Lasted about  2 years  and covered the following towns and regions: Places within the Punjab. Guru Nanak was of the age of 54-56. After that he settled to Kartarpur .

INSCRIPTION IN TURKEY:

INSCRIPTION IN TURKEY Mr. Iqbal Kaiser, the author of a book, "Sikh Shrines in Pakistan", and Mr. Syed Afzal Haider , Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of  Pakistan , who is the author of a book,  Baba Nanak , decipher the first line of the inscription, which is in the Turkish language. It seemed to clearly indicate that it was dedicated to Guru Nanak . The first line deciphered by them is as follows: In Turkish language (Transliterated in Gurmukhi Script): ਜਹਾਂਗੀਰ ਜਮਾਂ ਹਿੰਦ ਲਤ ਅਬਦ ਅਲ ਮਾਜੀਦ ਨਾਨਕ । ( Jehangir jaman hind lat abd al majid Nanak.) Meanings in Punjabi: ਜਮਾਨੇਦਾ ਮਾਲਕ , ਹਿੰਦ ਦਾ ਬੰਦਾ,ਰਬ ਦਾ ਨਾਨਕ । ( jamanay-da malik , hind dabanda , rab da Nanak) Meanings in English: The Lord of the time, resident of India, Nanak the man of God.

15 feet high & 6 feet wide & constructed in mortar. Situated in public park on shores of straits of Bosporus :

15 feet high & 6 feet wide & constructed in mortar. Situated in public park on shores of straits of  Bosporus

Philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev:

Philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev Guru Nanak philosophy & teachings can be summarized as: There is only one God, who is known by different names in different religions. Strive hard and make a whole hearted effort to help others, because service to mankind is the biggest service to God. Follow the path of honesty. In the eyes of God, all are equal, irrespective of the caste, age, creed or sex. Be compassionate towards all living beings. Lead a simple life. Don't get scared of anything and just keep performing good deeds.

Philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev:

Philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev The beliefs & philosophies of Guru Nanak Dev, the first Guru of Sikhs, were not very popular in the beginning. But, today, it is the teachings of Guru Nanak that are ruling the lives of Sikhs. The three teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji are known as nam simran , kirt karo , and wand chako . The term 'Nam Simran ' means think about God. Kirt Karo preaches people to lead a normal life by earning their living through hard work and honesty. 'Wand Chako ' means to share whatever spare things you have with poor and needy people. 

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV:

PILGRIMAGE OF GURU NANAK DEV

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