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The compassion for others makes one a great mall. The books of the wisdom say that the trees bear fruit for others, the rivers carry water for others, similarly the great souls are born for the benefit of others and to redeem the mankind.

 

This book treasures the lire stories of three such great souls who delivered the contemporary societies from social evil and the religious tyrannies to show each a new path that led to a new world of understanding, love and compassion.

 

Mahavira gave a wider meaning to non-violence. Gautam Buddha gave the message of love, peace and campassion. Guru Nanak Dev fought against religious exploitation of masses through rituals and blind faiths. He preached the equality of all human beings. They were true messiahs of the mankind.

 

Foreword

 

Holy men are ordinary looking persons but what is extraordinary about them is that their minds and the souls are linked up with the Power Supreme. They show all the divine signs described in the scriptures. They give the people courage to break outdated customs and the traditions besides rejecting the blind faiths. They show a new path to the society.

 

Vardhmana accepted non-violence as his creed and preached the same. Through hard penance he defeated the enemies within that make one a devil and he came to be known as Mahavir (The great valiant). He was 24th and the last Tirthankar of Jain faith.

 

Siddhartha saw the meaninglessness of the material world where nothing lasted for ever or for long. So, the man deceives himself with carnal pleasures and lives amid untruths. He renounced princely life and went in search of the truth. He put his body and soul through meditational extruder to squeeze out the truth. He attained enlightenment and became Buddha to spread the message of love and compassion. He preached equality of all human beings.

 

Guru Nanak took the sublime spiritual knowledge to the masses in common man's language. He castigated those who exploited the masses in the name of the religion. He preached devotion to God and negated the importance of caste and creed. His God was open to all. The messages preached by these great souls are ever green and are the keys to the spiritual upliftment and salvation.

 

Contents

Bhagwan Mahavir

 

THE DIVINE DREAM

3

MAHALAXMI APPEARS IN DREAM

4

THE KING-QUEEN CONFABULATE

5

ASTROLOGERS PREDICT

6

MAHAVIRA ARRIVES

7

THE CHILDHOOD OF MAHAVIRA

8

TEST FOR VARDHMAN

9

THE POPULARITY OF VARDHMAN

10

PENANCE FOR PREVIOUS BIRTH

11

THE MOTHER PROMISED

12

THE DEATH OF THE PARENTS

13

REBELLION

14

RENOUNCEMENT

15

MAHAVIR AND COWHERD

16

ANGRY COWHERD

17

THE HEIGHT OF IDIOCY

18

THE MADNESS

19

MAHAVIR PARDONS

20

MAHAVIR'S ENDURANCE

21

IN TAPAS KULPATI ASH RAM

22

KULPATI REBUKES

23

ANGERED KULPATI

24

IN ASTHIK VILLAGE

25

SHOOLMANI YAKSHA

26

THE GATEWAY TO ENLIGHTENMENT

27

THIRD AND FOURTH GATES

28

THE SHEPHERDS WARN

29

CHANDAKAUSHIK REPTILE

30

THE REPTILE YIELDS

31

AMONGST TRIBALS

32

TRIBALS PREACHED

33

THE HARD PENANCE

34

KAIVALYA KNOWLEDGE

35

SANG HA SET UP

36

WHO IS SUPERIOR?

37

EQUALITY

38

GOAT WON'T GO TO HEAVEN

39

BLINDMEN'S ELEPHANT

40

LIMITLESS GREED

41

DON'T WANT IT

42

WHO IS THE TRUE ONE?

43

WHO IS TRUE FAMILYMAN?

44

CODE FOR INMATES

45

SEVEN ADDICTIONS

46

BE PIOUS

47

NIRVANA

48

 

Contents

Lord Buddha

 

THE QUEEN'S DREAM

3

THE PROPHECY OF ASTROLOGERS

4

BUDDHA IS BORN

5

KING SHUDDHODHANA'S GENEROSITY

6

THE EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE

7

DEVDUTTA HURTS SWAN

8

DEVDUTTA'S CLAIM

9

THE KING'S JUSTICE

10

SOLITUDE OF SIDDHARTHA

11

SIDDHARTHA MARRIES

12

RAHULBORN

13

THE WOE OF OLD AGE

14

THE SICK ONE

15

THE FUNERAL

16

RAHUL'S CURIOSITY

17

SIDDHARTHA BROODS AGAIN

18

THE SPIRITUAL EXPLORATION

19

GRIEF IN THE PALACE

20

MEETING EMPEROR BIMBISAR

21

MIGRATIONS

22

SUJATA'S KHEER

23

THE ENLIGHTENMENT

24

NEW PATH

25

OPPOSITION TBRAHMINISM

26

DEATH IS INEVITABLE

27

WHAT IS WORST?

28

EMPEROR BIMBISAR

29

ANATH PINDAK

30

SERVING THE SICK

31

AMRAPALI

32

SALVATION OF ANGULIMAL

33

THE KING AND ANGULIMAL

34

SHUDDHODHANA VISITED

35

IN PALACE

36

ALMS FROM YASHODHRA

37

THE SERMON

38

DEVDUTTA CONSPIRES

39

BUDDHA AND AJATSHATRU

40

THE ROGUE ELEPHANT

41

DEVDUTTA STRIKES

42

BUDDHA AND MURDERERS

43

AJATSHATRU REFORMED

44

DEVDUTTA STRIKES AGAIN

45

THE SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE

46

WOMEN IN SANGHAS

47

NIRVANA

48

 

Contents

Guru Nanak Dev

 

THE BIRTH OF GURU NANAK

3

BRINGING UP NANAK

4

THE EDUCATION

5

THREAD CEREMONY OPPOSED

6

RITUALISM CONDEMNED

7

PLAYMATE MARDANA

8

HOOD UMBRELLA OVER NANAK

9

RAI BULAR'S WISH

10

BIRDS OF RAMA-FIELDS OF RAMA

11

COMPLAINT AGAINST NANAK

12

THE FARMERS APOLOGIZE

13

THE TRUE BARGAIN

14

FATHER ADMONISHED

15

GEETA RECITAL BY NANAK

16

NANAK WORKS IN STORE

17

THE HONESTY OF NANAK

18

BACK-BITERS LOSE FACE

19

THE CLERIC BIGOTS CONSPIRE

20

NANAK MARRIES

21

ALL YOUR'S O' CREATOR

22

CHILDHOOD MATES

23

NANAK AND MARDANA AT VEYI RIVER

24

WATERY GRAVE FOR NANAK

25

HE SAW IMMORTAL ONE

26

THE FAMILY UNITES

27

PLUNDER OF GODOWN

28

PUZZLED NAWAB

29

NANAK DELINKS FROM GODOWN

30

KNOW THY GOD

31

MAD NANAK

32

QUAZI AND NANAK

33

NANAK IN MOSQUE

34

YOUR OWN PRIVATE BUSINESS

35

NANAK IS FAMOUS

36

SON BORN TO NANAK

37

RENUNCIATION

38

NANAK ADVISES RELATIVES

39

EIGHT ENEMIES OF NANAK

40

MILK OR BLOOD

41

GURUNANA~SPROPHECY

42

THECOURAGEOFGURUNANAK

43

SPELL OF SATGURU NIRANKAR

44

WATER TO THE DEAD

45

WHICH SIDE QUABA

46

ENCOUNTER WITH KODEY DEMON

47

LEHNA INHERITS SEAT

48

 

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About the Book

 

The compassion for others makes one a great mall. The books of the wisdom say that the trees bear fruit for others, the rivers carry water for others, similarly the great souls are born for the benefit of others and to redeem the mankind.

 

This book treasures the lire stories of three such great souls who delivered the contemporary societies from social evil and the religious tyrannies to show each a new path that led to a new world of understanding, love and compassion.

 

Mahavira gave a wider meaning to non-violence. Gautam Buddha gave the message of love, peace and campassion. Guru Nanak Dev fought against religious exploitation of masses through rituals and blind faiths. He preached the equality of all human beings. They were true messiahs of the mankind.

 

Foreword

 

Holy men are ordinary looking persons but what is extraordinary about them is that their minds and the souls are linked up with the Power Supreme. They show all the divine signs described in the scriptures. They give the people courage to break outdated customs and the traditions besides rejecting the blind faiths. They show a new path to the society.

 

Vardhmana accepted non-violence as his creed and preached the same. Through hard penance he defeated the enemies within that make one a devil and he came to be known as Mahavir (The great valiant). He was 24th and the last Tirthankar of Jain faith.

 

Siddhartha saw the meaninglessness of the material world where nothing lasted for ever or for long. So, the man deceives himself with carnal pleasures and lives amid untruths. He renounced princely life and went in search of the truth. He put his body and soul through meditational extruder to squeeze out the truth. He attained enlightenment and became Buddha to spread the message of love and compassion. He preached equality of all human beings.

 

Guru Nanak took the sublime spiritual knowledge to the masses in common man's language. He castigated those who exploited the masses in the name of the religion. He preached devotion to God and negated the importance of caste and creed. His God was open to all. The messages preached by these great souls are ever green and are the keys to the spiritual upliftment and salvation.

 

Contents

Bhagwan Mahavir

 

THE DIVINE DREAM

3

MAHALAXMI APPEARS IN DREAM

4

THE KING-QUEEN CONFABULATE

5

ASTROLOGERS PREDICT

6

MAHAVIRA ARRIVES

7

THE CHILDHOOD OF MAHAVIRA

8

TEST FOR VARDHMAN

9

THE POPULARITY OF VARDHMAN

10

PENANCE FOR PREVIOUS BIRTH

11

THE MOTHER PROMISED

12

THE DEATH OF THE PARENTS

13

REBELLION

14

RENOUNCEMENT

15

MAHAVIR AND COWHERD

16

ANGRY COWHERD

17

THE HEIGHT OF IDIOCY

18

THE MADNESS

19

MAHAVIR PARDONS

20

MAHAVIR'S ENDURANCE

21

IN TAPAS KULPATI ASH RAM

22

KULPATI REBUKES

23

ANGERED KULPATI

24

IN ASTHIK VILLAGE

25

SHOOLMANI YAKSHA

26

THE GATEWAY TO ENLIGHTENMENT

27

THIRD AND FOURTH GATES

28

THE SHEPHERDS WARN

29

CHANDAKAUSHIK REPTILE

30

THE REPTILE YIELDS

31

AMONGST TRIBALS

32

TRIBALS PREACHED

33

THE HARD PENANCE

34

KAIVALYA KNOWLEDGE

35

SANG HA SET UP

36

WHO IS SUPERIOR?

37

EQUALITY

38

GOAT WON'T GO TO HEAVEN

39

BLINDMEN'S ELEPHANT

40

LIMITLESS GREED

41

DON'T WANT IT

42

WHO IS THE TRUE ONE?

43

WHO IS TRUE FAMILYMAN?

44

CODE FOR INMATES

45

SEVEN ADDICTIONS

46

BE PIOUS

47

NIRVANA

48

 

Contents

Lord Buddha

 

THE QUEEN'S DREAM

3

THE PROPHECY OF ASTROLOGERS

4

BUDDHA IS BORN

5

KING SHUDDHODHANA'S GENEROSITY

6

THE EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE

7

DEVDUTTA HURTS SWAN

8

DEVDUTTA'S CLAIM

9

THE KING'S JUSTICE

10

SOLITUDE OF SIDDHARTHA

11

SIDDHARTHA MARRIES

12

RAHULBORN

13

THE WOE OF OLD AGE

14

THE SICK ONE

15

THE FUNERAL

16

RAHUL'S CURIOSITY

17

SIDDHARTHA BROODS AGAIN

18

THE SPIRITUAL EXPLORATION

19

GRIEF IN THE PALACE

20

MEETING EMPEROR BIMBISAR

21

MIGRATIONS

22

SUJATA'S KHEER

23

THE ENLIGHTENMENT

24

NEW PATH

25

OPPOSITION TBRAHMINISM

26

DEATH IS INEVITABLE

27

WHAT IS WORST?

28

EMPEROR BIMBISAR

29

ANATH PINDAK

30

SERVING THE SICK

31

AMRAPALI

32

SALVATION OF ANGULIMAL

33

THE KING AND ANGULIMAL

34

SHUDDHODHANA VISITED

35

IN PALACE

36

ALMS FROM YASHODHRA

37

THE SERMON

38

DEVDUTTA CONSPIRES

39

BUDDHA AND AJATSHATRU

40

THE ROGUE ELEPHANT

41

DEVDUTTA STRIKES

42

BUDDHA AND MURDERERS

43

AJATSHATRU REFORMED

44

DEVDUTTA STRIKES AGAIN

45

THE SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE

46

WOMEN IN SANGHAS

47

NIRVANA

48

 

Contents

Guru Nanak Dev

 

THE BIRTH OF GURU NANAK

3

BRINGING UP NANAK

4

THE EDUCATION

5

THREAD CEREMONY OPPOSED

6

RITUALISM CONDEMNED

7

PLAYMATE MARDANA

8

HOOD UMBRELLA OVER NANAK

9

RAI BULAR'S WISH

10

BIRDS OF RAMA-FIELDS OF RAMA

11

COMPLAINT AGAINST NANAK

12

THE FARMERS APOLOGIZE

13

THE TRUE BARGAIN

14

FATHER ADMONISHED

15

GEETA RECITAL BY NANAK

16

NANAK WORKS IN STORE

17

THE HONESTY OF NANAK

18

BACK-BITERS LOSE FACE

19

THE CLERIC BIGOTS CONSPIRE

20

NANAK MARRIES

21

ALL YOUR'S O' CREATOR

22

CHILDHOOD MATES

23

NANAK AND MARDANA AT VEYI RIVER

24

WATERY GRAVE FOR NANAK

25

HE SAW IMMORTAL ONE

26

THE FAMILY UNITES

27

PLUNDER OF GODOWN

28

PUZZLED NAWAB

29

NANAK DELINKS FROM GODOWN

30

KNOW THY GOD

31

MAD NANAK

32

QUAZI AND NANAK

33

NANAK IN MOSQUE

34

YOUR OWN PRIVATE BUSINESS

35

NANAK IS FAMOUS

36

SON BORN TO NANAK

37

RENUNCIATION

38

NANAK ADVISES RELATIVES

39

EIGHT ENEMIES OF NANAK

40

MILK OR BLOOD

41

GURUNANA~SPROPHECY

42

THECOURAGEOFGURUNANAK

43

SPELL OF SATGURU NIRANKAR

44

WATER TO THE DEAD

45

WHICH SIDE QUABA

46

ENCOUNTER WITH KODEY DEMON

47

LEHNA INHERITS SEAT

48

 

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