Know Why Guru Gobind Singh Ji Kept a Baaj

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We all know that the eagle is considered the king of all birds. The eagle has many rare features that cannot be found in any other bird. And whatever Guru Gobind Singh Ji also said or did in his life, he did it to teach the Sikhs initiated in the Khalsa Panth. In this way, there were many

Know Why Guru Gobind Singh Ji Kept a Baaj

We all know that the eagle is considered the king of all birds. The eagle has many rare features that cannot be found in any other bird. And whatever Guru Gobind Singh Ji also said or did in his life, he did it to teach the Sikhs initiated in the Khalsa Panth. In this way, there were many such lessons and secrets that he wanted to tell the people running on the Khalsa Panth, in always having an eagle with him.

 

In Sikhism, the eagle represents a Khalsa. Guru Gobind Singh Ji believed that all the major characteristics of the eagle should be there in the life of a Khalsa, and he should always follow these symptoms. So let us know the characteristics of an eagle that differentiates them from others when adopted by a Khalsa.

 

The hawk is a free animal that cannot be kept in captivity. And even if this happens, the eagle will either fly out of the cage somehow or give up his life by staying in the cell. So you cannot make him your slave. This statement by Guru Gobind Singh Ji should also apply to a Khalsa. He should neither lead the life of slavery himself nor inspire his family and members of society to do so.

 

The eagle is a self-sufficient creature. He hunts himself. Similarly, a Khalsa has also been taught that he should depend on himself. Khalsa is never seen begging in front of anyone. The Khalsa trusts himself because he has the blessings (blessings) and Kripa (grace) of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

 

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