The False Religions


Words of Sikh Guru Gobind Singh from the “Akal Ustat”; Dasam Granth:

The Lord Akal creates millions of Krishna, annihilates them and recreates them.

:Some hang stones as gods around their necks, while others erroneously call Mahesh ‘God’

:I have discarded all these false religions and am of the firm view that He who is the creator of the Universe, is the only Lord.

:Everyone is caught in the noose of Death, no Rama or prophet can escape from it. All of them who made grand claims of being Avtars of God died repentant. Why doest not thou, O, hapless being seek the shelter of the One Lord. (15th swayya)

In clear concise language Guru Sahib Ji states :

:I do not seek the blessings of Ganesh, :I do not worship Krishna or Vishnu. :I do not recognize them. :I am engrossed in the loving devotion of my Lord alone. :The Lord of Death, Akal, is my refuge and He saves me from all tribulations. (Krishan Avtar, 434)

How paradoxical and absurd it is!

The one who said he doesn’t believe in the avatars and reincarnations and didn’t seek their blessings, is now worshiped.

People consider a book as “Guru” and hold that book in such high regard that they call it “Guru Granth ‘SAHIB'”!
Sahib – Sir, Master

If there is God; someone who created the entire Universe and still continues to create and destroy everything we know; shouldn’t he be “timeless”?

Why are Ram, Krishna, Jesus, Muhammad and Nanak considered Gods? Why are they considered to be avatars of someone called GOD?

If everyone and everything is created by God, why are only a few considered as being his avatars?

How can you conclude into one sentence, the thought of a few being “Avatars” of “God” while saying that God is everywhere and in everyone?

Categories: Sufism

6 replies

  1. Prophets were sent to show the right path to those who had lost path and did not believe Almighty. It’s absolute truth that they were not meant to be worshipped but they were meant to follow and recognise one’s ultimate faith in Divine. Their good conduct is an example to be followed, not worshipped.

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  3. Let me quote Rumi here who gives a perfect example where God is:

    I searched for God among the Christians and on the Cross and therein I found Him not.
    I went into the ancient temples of idolatry; no trace of Him was there.
    I entered the mountain cave of Hira and then went as far as Qandhar but God I found not.
    With set purpose I fared to the summit of Mount Caucasus and found there only ‘anqa’s habitation.
    Then I directed my search to the Kaaba, the resort of old and young; God was not there even.
    Turning to philosophy I inquired about him from ibn Sina but found Him not within his range.
    I fared then to the scene of the Prophet’s experience of a great divine manifestation only a “two bow-lengths’ distance from him” but God was not there even in that exalted court.
    Finally, I looked into my own heart and there I saw Him; He was nowhere else.

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