As you Know Guru Gobind Singh was the tenth guru of Sikh. Gobind Singh was born in Patna India. Gobind rai would later be named as Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh is the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur and Mata Gujri .gobind rai was born on 5th January 1666 in Patna city. Here in this article, we are sharing Guru Gobind Singh quotes, Gobind rai History and some more facts
Guru Gobind Singh Quotes share
Guru Gobind Singh is also known as a warrior at the age of nineteen he was installed as a leader of Sikhs. So here we have Amazing collection of Guru Gobind Singh quotes that will help you to grow as a leader
Those who call me God, will fall into the deep pit of hell. Regard me as one of his slaves and have no doubt whatever about it. I am a servant of the Supreme Being; and have come to behold the wonderful drama of life.
“Karta (The Creator) and Karim (The beneficient) are the names of the same God.
Razak (The provider) and Rahim (The merciful) are also the names given to Him.
Let no man in his error wrangle over differences in names.
Worship the One God who is the Lord of all. Know that his form is one and He is the One light diffused in all.” ~
Guru Gobind Singh
“It is nearly impossible to be here now when you think there is somewhere else to be.”
Guru Gobind Singh
“I am a sacrifice to the Guru, who has totally cured me of the fatal disease of egotism. Glorious and great are the virtues of the Guru, who has eradicated evil, and instructed me in virtue.”
Guru Gobind Singh Quotes
Some More Facts about Guru Govind Singh
What are some interesting facts people love to know more about Guru Govind Singh? Here are some question
How many wifes Guru Gobind singh had ?
:- Basically we dont have a correct answer here but some people tell that they have 3 wife and some of them telling they have only one wife so i dont have any correct answer but we will Give a Refernce link that will help you know more about the question Read More
can sikh remove body hair
:- These question is mostly asked by the people why they don’t cut their hair? I asked one of my friend that why Sikh people don’t cut there hair. He tells me that Hair is a gift from God then why should anyone give it away by cutting it. He tells me that hair is one of the five articles of faiths for Sikhs. For Punjabi people, hair is the symbol of love for God and the respect for everything Gods loves us and cares so much about us that even all the hairs of our head has well counted.
Why do Sikhs carry a knife or sword?
I would like to clarify that it is not a sword that Sikhs wear, and it should never be called one. It is called a Kirpan. Guru Gobind Singh s know that non-violence cannot work with inhuman beasts who don’t know another language than war. Guru Govind Singh created the Khalsa Panth