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 In return of the humble offer of their heads the Guru blesses and rewards them with the most precious boon of divine love and elevates them to the lofty spiritual ideals of His own Five Beloved Ones.
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The five beloved ones rose one after the other and in total submission surrendered and offered their heads as demanded by the Great Guru.What a unique and wonderful death experience in being beheaded by the holy hands of the beloved Guru Himself. The Great Guru compassionately accepts the humble offer of the heads and total surrender by these true Sikhs. What a grand death experience which grants immortality in lieu. For these unmatched divine lovers, Guru Gobind Singh ji was their all in all, the sole Beloved. This death experience elevated them to be the Five Beloved Ones of Guru Gobind Singh ji. If Guru Gobind singh was their beloved ideal, they became the beloved ideal of Guru Gobind Singh ji. Lovers, Love and the Beloved, all had merged into one grand living reality. Beloved Guru bestowed Amrit, the Nectar of Immortally, to these five beloved ones. Such was the unique holy magic in the annals of spiritual history on this auspicious day. In this unparalleled death experience, they attained the love of their beloved Satguru and life eternal as reward. First the Great Guru picked up five flowers from the auspicious congregation. They had offered their heads at the altar of the beloved Guru. These fragrant flowers hailed from different parts of this great country and belonged to different castes. In return of the humble offer of their heads the Guru blesses and rewards them with the most precious boon of divine love and elevates them to the lofty spiritual ideals of His own Five Beloved Ones,

 Satguru Daya Nidh Mehma Agadh Bodh
Namo Namo Namo Namo Net Net Net Hai
Bhai Gurdas Ji
“Satguru is an Ocean of Mercy, Daya, Compassion. It means Daya on all alike. This covers the whole humanity.”

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib moulded and cast the Khalsa in His own image. By virtue of this mould and identification if there is anything nearest and dearest to the Khalsa it is his most beloved ideal Guru Gobind Singh. Unless the sentiment of Prema, true devotion,purity and spirit of sacrifice beams and radiates out from the person of Khalsa he is certainly distant away from his beloved and cherished ideal Guru Gobind Singh.

A true sikh is always floating in the Ocean of Prema Bhagti. He is totally possessed by Guru Bhagti, by all enveloping Prema of his beloved Guru. He is immersed in drinking the Nectar of this rare Prema by reciting and worshipping the Divine Name of his beloved Guru by tongue. He keeps on drinking this Nectar of Prema through his blessed eyes also by continuously envisioning the luminous form of his beloved Satguru. What he hears is also this Prem of the Guru, his melodious Nam. His heart is totally devoted to perpetual contemplation and meditation on Guru. Thus, totally merged in Guru's devotion, he envisions Guru only and nothing else. He envisions Guru in the whole creation. That is how Bhagat Namdev envisions his Gobind in the whole creation and Bhai Kanhayia and Bhai Nand Lal envision Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib in all alike.


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