BookRev-19Four Religious Communities of India:Hind
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BookRev-19Four Religious Communities of India:Hindu, Sikh, Khalsa and Nirmallae Sant -8. Thus, the Sikhs who want to be initiated into the third community of Khalsas do so through the "Baptism of Sacrifice" (similar to the "Eucharist of Sacrifice") at The True Throne, KES GARH SAHIB, situated at Anand Pur Sahib, Punjab after which they become the SARDAR Royal Soldiers of God (AKAAL PURAKH DI FAUJ) and take up their permanent residence at one of the three True Thrones (SACHAE KHALISTANS) dedicated to the remaining three VARNS (professions); KES GARH SAHIB at Anand Pur Sahib for the KHASHTRI VARN, PATNA SAHIB at Patna, Bihar for VAISH VARN and finally HAZOOR SAHIB at Nanded, Maharashtra for the SHOODAR VARN problems.
So, the three True Thrones are the Spiritual Seats of SHAKTI MARAG, where the oppressed persons go to demand justice which the secular courts had denied. Further, as the BHAGTI and SHAKTI MARAGS are not compatible, so the senior Khalsas should not interfere into the business of the junior Sikhs unless there is a specific need to clean up such places off the Mammon worshippers as it is at present. Now, the Khalsas are of three types; the once-born simpletons of the flesh (BAE MUKH), the twice-born clever and dishonest of evil spirit (MUNN MUKH) and the wise of Holy ghost (GUR MUKH).
1. Men of flesh (MOORAKH) that cannot understand the Gospel and, therefore, the Mammon-free nature of God. Typical example of such Khalsas was the forty martyrs who had become Khalsas for the sake of material rewards of plunder but left the company of Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI when He was under a siege and they had to go hungry. But they earned their forgiveness and "Salvation" by fighting the soldiers of Turkus to their deaths after a twice-born devote lady in the name of MAI BHAGO had rebuked them for their foolishness and they were made to realise and repent by giving their Sacrifices. Further, Ranjit Singh, a Sandhu Jat, had the rule of the Panjab for 40 years to fulfil the wishes of those forty martyrs and did a lot of foolish things to please the greedy priests.
2. The second type of Khalsas are the MUNN MUKH psychics of evil spirit, the vipers, who are too stubborn to give up their inherent nature. It was in the search of such a person that Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI went to Nanded and got hold of a person called Madho Das who originally hailed from Kashmir Valley but had formed his following among the once-born simpletons of this far away land. Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI occupied his camp and the psychic Madho Das tried all his cult powers against Him before submitting himself. Madho Das hypocritically surrendered to Him and acknowledged Him the Master in order to improve upon his cult powers. Then, Madho Das got himself baptised in the name of Banda (servant) Singh along with his disciples and the Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI knowing very well the inherent nature of a MUNN MUKH person stressed home to him the three most basic tenets of Khalsa community, which are:-
1. You are not to get married and become a householder,
2. You are not to seek a secular kingdom and become a secular king and lastly
3. You are not to proclaim yourself a "GURU".
So long as Banda Singh stuck to the above mentioned three tenets of Khalsas, he had one victory after the other through the blessings of God and even earned the title of "Bahadur" (brave) for his bravery. But soon after the death of Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI that is suspected to be arranged by the psychic Banda Singh Bahadur, the Banda Singh Bahadur became arrogant and proud of his prowess and transgressed all the three most basic tenets of Khalsas. This Banda previously named Madho Dass tried such tricks on his previous teachers of cult powers but they escaped his attempts on their lives.
3. On observing this, the learned GURMUKH KHALSAS dissociated themselves from the company of Banda Singh Bahadur whilst the simpleton BAE MUKH Khalsas of flesh remained in the psychic grip of this MUNN MUKH (Mammon worshipper) Banda Singh Bahadur. Finally, Banda Singh Bahadur and his blind Khalsas were besieged, captured and brutally murdered by the soldiers of shameless and cruel Turkus against whom the Royal Soldiers (Khalsas) of the Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI used to fight. Banda Singh Bahadur made desperate pleas to TATT (True) Khalsas for help but they turned his pleas down flatly for they knew that he went astray of the tenets fully understanding them in spirit i.e. he reverted back to his old nature, a quality which is inherent in the MUNN MUKHS, knowingly and of his own free-will. This fact was reflected in his sensible answers to his captors.