Guru Nanak Amritwani About Kabir God in Kabir Sagar

Sukshma Veda, Kabir Sagar is the fifth Veda which is the nectar speech of Almighty KavirDev. This was scripted even much before Bhai Bale Wali Janam Sakhi. The devotee of Almighty Kabir; respected Shri Dharamdas Ji wrote this after Kabir Saheb Ji met the pious soul in Mathura. The nectar speech of God Kabir Saheb mentions the true account of the dialogue held between Him and respected Shri Nanak Dev Ji who is the founder of the religion of Sikhism when he met in the form of Jinda Baba on river Bein. Devout soul Nanak Ji has praised God Kabir Saheb a lot in his sacred speeches the same has been mentioned in pious Kabir Sagar. 

Shri Nanak Ji was the worshipper of Kaal and used to chant the ‘OM’ mantra with great reverence. When Akaal Purush/ Kabir Saheb met Shri Nanak Dev Ji in the form of Jinda Baba on river Bein He provided him true spiritual knowledge and proved from holy scriptures that God whom Nanak Ji worships considering him to be the complete God is actually mortal and is the owner of only twenty-one universes. The Supreme God is other than him who is in human form and resides in the eternal world Sachhkhand/Satlok. He is attainable by chanting true salvation mantras-Satnam and Saarnaam which only an enlightened saint provides who is truly the representative of God Kabir. The same has been mentioned in Sukshma Veda-Kabir Sagar in chapter Agam Nigam Bodh on page no. 44

Shri Nanak Ji with initial hiccups finally agreed with the sacred words of Jinda Baba that God is in human form. Kabir Saheb told Nanak Ji that since you have been separated from Satpurush you have attained 60,000 human births where you lead a royal life relishing all comforts. You are a devout soul who was King Ambresh in Satyug, and King Janak the father of Sita Ji in Treta Yuga, now you are Nanak Ji in Kalyug, earlier you had servants, now you yourself is a servant. But with the worship you did all through; your illness of birth and rebirth did not finish. Such a devout soul like you when is suffering from birth and rebirth then what would be the condition of any ordinary soul? You did good worship still you are trapped in a vicious circle of birth and death. Kabir Saheb Ji told Nanak Ji; had you been doing true worship then why did you come back on this earth? Without chanting true salvation mantras you will remain trapped in Kaal’s web.

Trusting the words of Jinda Baba then Nanak Ji expressed a desire to visit Sachkhand and meet Param Akshar Purush. Then God Kabir took pious souls Nanak Ji to the eternal world and kept him there for three days and later released the soul back into the body. After returning from Sachkhand the eye-witness Nanak Ji praised God Kabir Saheb and sung several sacred Amritwani that have been scripted in pious Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The same evidence is found in Sukshma Veda-Kabir Sagar in chapter Agam Nigam Bodh on page no.44 

Nanak Ji’s Amritwani in Page 44 Agam Nigam Bodh of the Kabir Sagar

Ref: Kabir Sagar, Printer and Publisher is Khemraj Shri Krishandas, Director Shri Venkateshwar Press, Khemraj Shri Krishandas Marg, Mumbai- Chapter Swasamved Bodh, Bodh Sagar. 

This sacred speech Nanak Ji sung after he returned from Sachkhand when Kabir Saheb took Nanak Ji to Sachhkhand and made him familiar with His creation. The spontaneous expression of Nanak Ji was ‘Wah-Wah Kabir guru pura hai’. Let us read. 

।।नानक वचन।। 

।।शब्द।।

वाह-वाह कबीर गुरु पूरा है। (टेक)
पूरे गुरु की मैं बलि जाऊँ जाका सकल जहूरा है।।
अधर दुलिचे परे है गुरुवन के, शिव ब्रह्मा जहाँ शूरा है।।
श्वेत ध्वजा फरकत गुरुवन की, बाजत अनहद तूरा है।।
पूर्ण कबीर सकल घट दरशै, हरदम हाल हजूरा है।।
नाम कबीर जपै बड़भागी, नानक चरण को धूरा है।।

|| Nanak Speech ||

|| Hymn ||

Wah-Wah Kabir guru pura hai |
Pure guru ki mein bali janvan jaka sakal jahura hai || describe highly illuminated Satlok
Adhar dulich pare hai guruvan ke Shiv Brahma jahan  shura hai || god is radiant
Shwet dhwaja farkat guruvan ki, bajat anhad tura hai ||
Purna Kabir sakal ghat darshai, hardam haal hajoora hai ||
Naam Kabir jape badbhagi, Nanak charan ko dhoora hai ||

Meaning: Glorifying guru Kabir Saheb after seeing Him in Sachkhand; Nanak Ji is saying that my guru is complete in all respect. I am grateful to my guru who is the owner of infinite universes. He resides in the self-illuminated immortal world. I am the eye-witness. His body is highly illuminated. Even Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma prostrate to Him. He is enthroned in Sachkhand like an emperor on a big beautiful throne bedazzled with precious gems and stones. A big white dome is above the throne and a flabellum continuously sways over his head on its own. A melodious Naad (SaarShabad) continuously blows in that eternal world. I had the vision of Almighty Kabir in the immortal world. Only the blessed souls chant His Naam. I (Nanak) am the dust of the feet of HIs servants. 

Special Consideration:- Shri Nanak Ji saw weaver Kabir of Kashi in Satlok (Sachkhand) and then saw Him working as a weaver and then said that the same Dhaanak (Weaver) was present in Satlok in Satpurush form.

Conclusion

Thrilled by the vision of Akaal Purush in Sachkhand; Nanak Ji’s spontaneous expression was ‘Wah-Wah Kabir guru pura hai’. वाह-वाह कबीर गुरु पूरा है। 

Respected Saint Shri Garibdas Ji Maharaj Ji in the same context says in Sukshma Veda: 

झाँकी वेख कबीर की नानक कित्ती वाह, और वाह सिक्खां के गल पड़ी अब कौन छुडावे तां ||

‘Jhanki vekh Kabir ki Nanak kitti Wah, aur Wah Sikhan ke gal padi ab kaun chudave tan’

The whole Sikh community chants ‘Wahe-guru’ which is not the salvation mantra, they are all confused and misled. The true salvation mantra is OM-Tat-Sat (evidence Shrimad Bhagavad Gita chapter 17 verse 23) This is the coded mantra which is provided only by an enlightened saint. Great Tatvadarshi Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj has the complete course of emancipation because He is none other than that same God Kabir the weaver, who came 600 years ago in Kashi, Varanasi. He is the Supreme God. He is Akaal Purush/Satpurush. All eye-witnesses including respected Shri Nanak Dev Ji have praised God Kabir as is mentioned in Sukshma Veda, ie. in the Amritwani in Kabir Sagar, Agam Nigam Bodh on Page no. 44. Identify God and get your human life’s welfare done by taking refuge of Jinda Baba / Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj / Almighty KavirDev.