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 From His divine and radiant personality and face flowed like rain, this Nectar of Prema and sacrifice and drenched and soaked everyone in this Nectar. That is the simple reason we find His true devotees, admirers, sikhs imbued and deeply drunk with this life-giving wine of Prema.
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Having merged in God, and having become One with the Unmanifest and the Infinite, there was nothing left He had to attain. He had incarnated to accomplish an ordained, clear-cut, spiritual mission. Therefore, there was no personal interest except universal interest and well being of the whole mankind, His aim, in the accomplishment of His Godly Mission.

His many-sided personality manifests supremacy and perfection of Divinity in human form. His busiest life of a very short span of 42 years on earth reveals highest spiritual and divine excellences and perfection in every activity. As a man He was the super, towering Cosmic Man, as a Prophet He poured forth a vast treasure of divinity in most wonderful and melodious Gurbani even in the thick of battle-field.

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib had sacrificed everything dearest and nearest in this sacred fire of burning Prema. He was a Prophet of Love-Divine, its complete Embodiment and its perfect and excellent Manifestation. He set out a blazing path of total love and sacrifice. From His divine and radiant personality and face flowed like rain, this Nectar of Prema and sacrifice and drenched and soaked everyone in this Nectar. That is the simple reason we find His true devotees, admirers, sikhs imbued and deeply drunk with this life-giving wine of Prema, high spirit of sacrifice and self surrender.

 Burning with the fire of that Love, five beloved ones offered their heads to the beloved Satguru and thereafter, thousands irrespective of caste, colour and creed rolled at His sacred feet as Martyrs. And that true Love of His will continue attracting martyrs in millions in times to come.
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Magnetised by this supreme instinct of Love, great sikhs set unprecedented and epochal examples of supreme love. Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Sati Das, and Bhai Dyala had proved that they lived and breathed in this great religion of Love founded by Sri Guru Nanak Sahib. Five beloved ones offered their heads at the altar of this love supreme. They owned nothing but the most precious love of their beloved Satguru.

In the corridors of spiritual history, it is on the rock-bed of this supreme cosmic sacrifice, that this great Religion of Love of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib stands founded.

After He had totally merged and had become one with the Lord Almighty, He again emerged from that Supreme Reality in a human form called Guru Gobind Singh. He had, thus, emerged from the very source, the ocean of divinity and Divine-Love. No wonder He himself became the focus, the centre of all Divine-Love for everyone. Burning with the fire of that Love, five beloved ones offered their heads to the beloved Satguru and thereafter, thousands irrespective of caste, colour and creed rolled at His sacred feet as Martyrs. And that true Love of His will continue attracting martyrs in millions in times to come. That is the most wonderful characteristic and unique peculiarity of His great spiritual and magical personality.

Martyrdom for his followers was the outpouring of the fullness of their true and pure love for their supreme object of love, the most lovable, the most adorable, the most worshipable Guru Gobind Singh.

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib, offered His all at the altar of the Divine and every devotee of His, irrespective of colour, caste and creed, yearned to offer his all at the altar of the Divine Satguru. This was the marvel the great Guru had infused in the heart and spirit of every sikh. He had filled and stirred every heart with a perpetual divine thirst and hunger of martyrdom.

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