Guru Angad’s Birth: Spiritual Awakening

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Hundreds of years ago, in Punjab, India, a child was born whose presence would illuminate the world with spiritual awakening, divine wisdom and love. This child was Lehna, who later became known as Guru Angad, the second Sikh Guru. His birth wasn’t just a random event; it was the beginning of a remarkable journey that would shape the course of Sikh history.

Lehna grew up in a devout Hindu family, curious about the deeper meaning of life from a young age. His quest for spiritual knowledge led him to seek guidance from various sages and holy men. But it was a chance encounter with Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, that changed everything.

Under Guru Nanak’s guidance, Lehna’s life transformed. He embraced the teachings of Sikhism wholeheartedly, becoming a devoted disciple. Guru Nanak recognized Lehna’s dedication and spiritual potential, eventually passing on the mantle of Guruship to him.

As Guru Angad, he continued Guru Nanak’s mission with zeal and compassion. He traveled extensively, spreading the message of love, equality, and service to humanity. One of his notable contributions was the development of the Gurmukhi script, which became the medium for preserving Sikh scriptures.

Guru Angad’s life was a testament to the power of faith and service. His birth marked the beginning of a journey that inspired countless souls to walk the path of righteousness and compassion.

As we celebrate Guru Angad’s birth, let us remember his teachings and strive to embody his spirit of love, humility, and devotion. May his legacy continue to guide us on our own spiritual quests, lighting the way to a brighter, more compassionate world.

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  1. Ram Singh GUETABA says:

    Wahe Guru !
    Grâce à lui nous avons hérité du Gurmukhi. Nous lui sommes infiniment reconnaissant.

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