Vision Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Guru Nanak Dev Ji is the founder of Sikhism and the first Guru of the Sikhs. One of the greatest prophets born upon earth who were instrumental in establishing major world religions through their teachings and revelations.
Guru Nanak led a simple but extraordinary life, preaching a straightforward way to find God in one's own heart through inner purity and social responsibility.
Guru Nanak taught that if God was to be found, he would be found in the inner chambers of human heart. If man is intoxicated enough with the name, memory and thought of God,he would experience Him in his own self.
The teachings of Guru Nanak are very relevant in the modern
world, which is presently suffering from a deep moral and
spiritual crisis, characterized by religious animosity, unbridled
materialism, moral decline, superficial religiosity and misuse of religions and religious symbols.
Even if you are not a Sikh, you can still apply his teachings to your daily life and benefit from them immensely, because his teachings transcend social and religious barriers and appeal to us directly as the guiding principles of an ideal human life that can bring out the best in our character and reconnect us with our source.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji traced the progress of the human beings on the
path of liberation in five distant phases by attaining five distinct ideals: dharam, gian, saram, karam and sach.