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"The person who has given up to his egoism by recognising God as the creator shall get deliverance; be sure of this truth, O my mind."

Guru Tegh Bahadur's martyrdom is unparalleled in the realms of world history, which not only instilled a new life into those sections of society, which were scared of rulers of the time, bent upon converting them into Muslims. 

He did not lay down his life fighting a war or a battle for his personal gains rather willingly sacrificed his life to save Kashmiri pandits being coerced Into adopting Islam by the Mughal emperor.

Guru Tegh Bahadur showed the path of divinity to his disciples by teaching them to overcome greed, desire, ego and pain. He guided his followers towards the_ path of peace. 

"For whom praise and dispraise are the same, and on whom greed-and attachment haven no effect. Consider him only enlightened whom pain and pleasure do not entrap. Consider such a person saved. "

Guru Tegh Bahadur taught the world to be content with their life, as everything in the world is "Nanak's doing". He spread the idea of attaining Jiwan Mukti by making peace With every life situation. 

Guru Tegh Bahadur was brought up in Sikh culture and trained in archery and horsemanship. He was also taught the old classics such as the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Puranas. He preferred prolonged spells of seclusion 1 and contemplation. 

The Guru pressed on the omnipresence of the Almighty. The Lord lives within us, and one only needs to look within himself to connect with him. He preached that the symbol of the universe, Aum (Om), is everywhere inside you, outside you, inside me and outside me. 

He wants to cultivate a man who is noble, true, selfless and saintly, character. Thus like a true Indian philosopher, Guru Teg Bahadur thinks of education as liberation from the bondage of ignorance. 

"True Realisation of the actual nature of this the material world, its—perishable, transitory anti illusory aspects best dawns, on a person in suffering"



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