On pious page 8 Of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji the Almighty Satguru has mentioned "Pawan Guru Pani Pita-----"This pious line means that our Guru is Pawan only.Our limited mind could not understand this.He has clarified in the Sidh-Gosat--"Shabad Guru Surat Dhun Chela---"Pious page 943 Of SGGS.When the Shabad is mingled with Surat(made of the pawan), then the purpose or job of the Guru completes.The Almighty Satguru confirms that" Hum Aadmi Han Ek Dammi--"Pious page 661 of SGGS.We are a creature of just one breath.The breath is also made of the wind.Hence, the Shabad, is Pawan or the wind and our worthy Guru is pawan also.The fifth Nanak says that "So Mukh Jalo Jitt Kahai---"Pious page 1136 of SGGS.He has prohibited us that we must not think that the God ever takes birth or dies.He is "Ajooni"Pious page 1 of SGGS.Hence, we can understand that both the Pawan or the wind and the Guru Granth Sahib Ji are one and the same in the following ways.
1.Both the wind and the worthy Guru are the personal assistants or the mouthpieces of God-Almighty.The Satguru Guru Nanak Sahib,Satguru Arjan Sahib.Ravidas Ji. Kabir Ji and others are His spokesmen only."Jaisi Mah Awey Khasam Ki Baani---"Pious page no.722 of SGGS.Shabad Guru belongs to the Khasam or the owner.Just as a letter belongs to the Officer and not to the steno or the clerk. Sachey Te Pawna Bhaya--" page no.19 of SGGS.
2. Like Pawan or the wind , the Guru is omnipresent that is all-pervading. He is everywhare, where ever you remember Him."Jithe Hari Aradhea Thithe Har Mit Sahaee"Pious page no.733 of SGGS." Gur Parmesher Sagal Niwas"Pious page no.900 of SGGS.
3. Like the Pawan or the wind, the worthy Guru is absolutetly necessary or essential.There is a proverb in Punjabi language that" Guru Bina Gatt Nahin, Shah Bina Patt Nahin".The Almighty Guru says that "Je Sau Chanda Ughwe Sooraj Charhe Hazaar---"Pious page no.463 of SGGS.If the wind is essential for breath, the Guru is essential for this universe and meeting the God-Almighty.
4. In the worthy Gurbani, it is said that like the Pawan, the worthy Guru is sent by the God."Satgur Sachei Dia Bhej --Pious page no. 396 of SGGS.Bhai Gurdas Ji confirmed that "Suni Pukaar Datar Prabh Gur Nanak Jag Mahin Pathaya"Waran Bhai Gurdas Sahib.
5.Like, the Pawan or the wind,the worthy guru remembers the God."Sabh Dhiawen Sabh Dhiawen Tudh Ji ---"Pious page no.10 of SGGS." Gawain Tudhno Pawan Paani Biasanter--"Pious page no. 8 of SGGS.Like the Almighty Guru the Pawan or the wind sings in the praise of God-Almighty.
6.After the allotted work or job both the Pawan or the wind and the Worthy Guru, return to the God and mingles with It(the God)." Joti Jot Rali Sampuran Thea Raam--"After the job is over,his Jot mingles with the complete God. "Pawane Mah Pawan Samaya--"worthy page no.885 of SGGS.The Pawan or the wind mingles with the biggest Wind.
7.Like the Pawan or the wind, the Almighty Guru is not related to any particular caste and category.Both the wind and the worthy Guru are meant for the higher or the lower, the rich and the poor,the white and the black etc." Neecha Ander Neech Zaai Nichi Hu Ate Neech--"Pious page no.15 of SGGS.
8.Pawan or the wind and the complete Guru, covers the shortcomings of the universe.Both cover the faults of the indivisuals or the whole.There is Ozone level in the atmosphere.There is wind in the atmosphere which saves the whole universe.It covers like a curtain the whole atmosphere.The scientists are worried about the wholes in the Ozone-level at the South pole, where 30 Sq. miles of Glacier is melt every year.The Almighty Guru has said that "Prem Patola Tain Shahu Ditta Dhakan Kau Patt Meri--"Pious page no.526 of SGGS.The Almighty Satguru has given a cover made of love.My Owner is wise enough to cover my shortcomings.There are many examples in the Holy Guru which confirm that both the Almighty Guru and the Pawan are similar and exact.
1.Gur Shabad Rattan Prakash written by Akaali Kaur Singh Nihang published by Bhasha Vibhag,Punjab,Patiala
2.Darpan written by Prof. Sahib Singh published by M/S Raj Publishers (Regd.),Jalandhar
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