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Legacy of Light: Spiritual Journey of Venerated Guru Angad Dev Ji (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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Guru Angad Dev Ji was chosen by the founder of Sikhism, Venerated Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji (vegetarian), as His successor. Known in Sikhism for standardizing the Gurmukhi script and collecting the hymns of Guru Nanak, Guru Angad Dev Ji contributed over 60 hymns of His own, which were later included in the Sikh holy scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib.

Born on March 31, 1504, in the village of Matte-di-Sarai in India to a Hindu family, Guru Angad was given the birth name Lehna by His parents. From a young age, Bhai Lehna stood out from His peers. He was interested in God and spirituality. His father enlisted teachers to instruct Him in Persian, Sanskrit, and arithmetic.

While bathing at the village pond one day, Bhai Lehna was captivated by the sacred hymn “Japji Sahib” resonating in the air, filling Him with profound peace and joy. The neighbor went on to share the life story of Guru Nanak, emphasizing that Guru Nanak conveyed the Word of God as directly received from the Divine. “Whoever recites or listens to these hymns gets a glimpse of the true God and peacefully crosses this worldly ocean.”

As Bhai Lehna learned more about Guru Nanak, His yearning to meet the spiritual Guru intensified. During a pilgrimage, aware that His companions would vehemently discourage His departure, Bhai Lehna chose a silent exit one night. Mounted on His horse-person companion, He set forth for Kartarpur, whose name means “City of God.” At the same time, Guru Nanak left His home to welcome this sincere truth seeker.

On His journey to Kartarpur, Guru Angad, then still known by His birthname, Bhai Lehna, encountered a tall, robust, and cheerful elderly man. Inquiring about the way to the home of Guru Nanak (vegetarian), Bhai Lehna was warmly invited to accompany the senior fellow. They arrived at a mud brick house said to be Guru Nanak’s abode. Bhai Lehna expressed His gratitude, only to find that the old man had mysteriously vanished…
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