Baba Harnam Singh ji

Baba Nand Singh ji

Baba Ishar Singh ji

Sri Sachkhand Sahib


Spiritual Education
God in Garb of Sage
Holy Congregation
Spiritual Liminary
Guru and Disciple
Fearless and Non-Inimical
God of Rain And Fire
Glow of "Tap" and "Noor"
Creator of Past,Present and Future
After acquiring much needed knowledge from Sant Mal Singh ji, he set out on the tour of the country. First of all he reached Amritsar - a town raised by the Guru. He stayed here for many years enjoying the peaceful and tranquil environment of the holy place beside meeting many other pious souls. He recited ‘Jap(u)Ji’ 7,25,000 times during this period. From here, he set out towards Anandpur Sahib, Kiratpur Sahib and went first to Badrinath via Ambala and Jagadhari and then Rishikesh. He derived maximum benefit of acquiring  knowledge of Hindu scriptures from the company of Hindu saints and learned scholars. He was very near Hemkunt. His mother was ill at home and she was remembering her son. So he reached home. When his mother was told that ‘Mastana’ has come, she opened her eyes, looked at him and went into eternal sleep. After performing all the rites of his mother, he felt totally relieved of all his responsibility of the house and left it for good. He set out now to free the mankind of all its ills and maladies as was ordained by Almighty. He rose above the bondages of affection with relations and other acquaintances. In foresight, he started holding contacts and giving audience with the people who were inclined  towards spirituality. His temperament was of a fearless, non-inimical and desiring good of all and sundry. He would never accept any pressure to bear upon him from political or social leaders and lived life according to the Divine order. It was indeed difficult for a common man to understand his spiritual, inner self, well being of others and the state of experience of the two worlds. His facial expression and its effect was so deep and piercing that no one could look straight at his face. He never proclaimed his self at any time. His life had become a light house for others since it had acquired the lines and true shades of Sikh philosophy. It was a most appropriate example to be emulated. Regard less of the economic, social or education status of the people, he provided them with equilateral advise to tread the right path as dictated by the message of gurus. As a fountain head of truth, piety, humility and humbleness, he started preaching the principals of Sikhism to numerable people who would gather with a desire to make success of their lives.
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