Shabad “As Kirpan Kando Khadag” by Bhai Gurmeet Singh Ji Shaant
We thank Premraj Singh for the article showing what happens to those who change or reject our Guru’s utterances. Keep up the good work Premraj Ji. May Vaheguru Bless you with all wisdom.
Who is Ram Rai?
by Premraj Singh
Some of us know who is Ram Rai and some of us don’t know who is Ram Rai. For those who don’t know let me explain to you who is Ram Rai and what he did.
Ram Rai was the eldest son of Guru Har Rai Sahib, elder brother of Guru Harkrishan Sahib, great grandson of Guru Hargobind Sahib, great great grandson of Guru Arjan Dev Ji and great great great grandson of Guru Ram Das Ji
Aurangzeb invited Guru Har Rai Sahib to his Darbar and Guru Har Rai Sahib sent his son (Ram Rai) as his representative to meet Aurangzeb. Aurangzeb was unhappy with the GuruJi’s Bani (Mitti Musalman Ki) and requested Ram Rai to change the Shabad with some benefits and understanding between both of them. Ram Rai changed “Mitti Musalman Ki” to “Mitti Beiman Ki”.
Guru Har Rai Sahib got to know about it and disowned Ram Rai from Guru Kar. Just for one word “Musalman” changed to “Beiman” Guru Har Rai Sahib took the decision to disown his own eldest son Ram Rai and Ram Rai was never seen in future. He was not even forgiven by Guru Har Rai Sahib.
GuruJi’s Bani is Uchi Tay Suchi. Anyone doubting and wanting to change GuruJi’s Bani will not be tolerated and the person who doubts and changes it will be punished.
SangatJi, for changing one word of GuruJi’s Bani, Ram Rai was disowned and banished from Guru Kar.
Just imagine what will happen to those who are trying to remove the whole of Dasam Granth which is also Guruji’s Bani (Written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji).
Inna Dha Ki Hona? What is going to happen to them?
Earlier, some wanted finish off Sikhi but they failed to put down the brave Soormay (Warriors). The warriors gave their head but did not bow their head.
Now they are attacking Dasam Granth which gave courage and spirit to those Soormay (Warriors).
ਅਸ ਕ੍ਰਿਪਾਨ ਖੰਡੋ ਖੜਗ ਤੁਪਕ ਤਬਰ ਅਰੁ ਤੀਰ ॥
Ass Kirpan Khando Kharag Thupak Thabar Arr Teer
As, Kripan (sword), Khanda, Khadag (sword), Tupak (gun), Tabar (hatched), Teer (arrow),
ਸੈਫ ਸਰੋਹੀ ਸੈਹਥੀ ਯਹੈ ਹਮਾਰੈ ਪੀਰ ॥੩॥
Saif Sarohi Saithee Yeh Hamare Peer
Saif (sword), Sarohi (a type of unbreakable sword made in Sarohi Nagar) and Saihathi (Barshi – a type of spear), all these are our adorable seniors.