\'Wonderful is the fire which works wonders.\' (Var Asa M. l, p. 464) \'Agni is called Baisantar Devta\' (Var Asa M. l, p. 473). Its other names are Pavak and Tejas. It is an evolute from Air (Paun Devata) and labours hard like him under the Fear of the
DOJAKA (DOZAKHA) How can he be saved from Dojaka (Dozakhaâ€”hell), who does not keep the Prophet in his mind? (Var Gauri M. 5, pp. 319-20) Forsaking the diamond-like Han, if people rely on any other, they will go to Dojaka (Dozakha), Ravidas says this Truth. (Shalok Kabir, p. 1377)
KRODH (Ski. krodh(i) or wrath is an emotion recognised in the Sikh system as a spring of co-nation and is as such counted as one of the Five Evils. It expresses itself in several forms from silent sullenness to hysterical tantrums and violence. In Sikli Scripture krodh usually appears
KRODHA O Krodha, the source of strife, you do not have any mercy ? You have subdued the vicious persons, who dance before you like monkeys. (Shalok Sahaskriti M. 5, p. 1358) In the above reference, the vice of Krodha has been personified. According to Hindu mythology, Krodha is
NANDA, BHAI, a Sanghera Jatt, received the rites of initiation at the hands of Guru Arjan. He trained as a warrior in the time of Guru Hargobind, and was killed in the battle of Lohgarh, Amritsar, in 1629. According to Bhai Santokh Singh, Sri GUT Pratdp Suraj Granth, Bhai
RAJA RAM (d. 1644), a Rajput Sikh of the time of Guru Hargobind (1595-1644), was so deeply attached to the Guru that, according to Maubid Zulfiqar Ardastani, Dabistdni Mazdhib, he immolated himself on his funeral pyre. "Placing his [Guru Hargobind`s] body on firewood, as they," says Zulfiqar Ardastani, a
TARU POPAT is listed in Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 13, among prominent Sikhs of the time of Guru Nanak (1469-1539). Bhai Mani Singh, Sikhan di Bhagat Mala, elaborating the reference in Bhai Gurdas says that Taru Popat was only a young boy often when he presented himself before the
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