On 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak, Sikh Man Donates his Land for Masjid

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A 70-year-old Sikh man has donated a piece of land for a mosque in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district.

On 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak, Sikh Man Donates his Land for Masjid

Sukhpal Singh Bedi, the direct descendants of Guru Nanak celebrated the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak in an Inspiring Way. The 70 year old Sikh Man who runs a clothing shop in Muzaffarnagar has donated a 900 sq foot plot for the construction of a Masjid. He added that this is his special tribute to to Guru Nanak on his 550th birth anniversary. The man also said that “When Guru Nanak got enlightenment, the first words that he said was Na koi Hindu, na Mussalman (There is no Hindu and no Muslim). Being a Descendent of Guru Nanak, he said that he made a small contribution by donating his piece of land for the construction of Mosque. 

Now, people must be thinking that Bedi must have a lot of property that being a Sikh, he is donating his land for the construction of Masjid. then , let us clarify that this point is not justified at all as the man is just a merchant of cloth and don’t have a lot of property too. He did this with his feeling of brotherhood towards other religions, the man does not sets his limits and boundaries according to the different Religious values.

This Sikh Social Worker teaches lessons to us and giving a chance to reflect us on our Heartbreaking Actions that we are taking in the name of different Religion. He is encouraging us to promote the spirit of equal treatment for all Religions. 

Sing the songs of joy to the Lord, serve the Name of the Lord, and become the servant of His servants. – Shree Guru Nanak Dev