God's Command Regarding Food for Humans

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God's Command Regarding Food for Humans

In the chapter of Genesis (in the Bible) it is written that (in Verses 27-28) seed-bearing plants (wheat, gram, millet etc.) and fruit-bearing trees have been given for humans to eat; this is your food. Grass and leafy bushes have been given for the animals and birds to eat. After this, God sat on the throne in His personal abode (Satylok). The knowledge which is given further in the Bible is given by Kaal God and his deities (angels). If later in the holy book Bible, it is written to eat meat, then it is not the order of the Complete God. It belongs to some incomplete god. Due to the violation of the orders of the Complete God, one incurs sin.

Quran Sharif (Majeed)

After Bible, the name of the Quran Sharif is taken with reverence among the scriptures. The giver of the knowledge of the Quran is also the one who has given the knowledge of the Bible, the four Vedas and Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, so he has not repeated those aspects in the Bible and in the Quran, the knowledge of which has already been given in the four Vedas and Shrimad Bhagavad Gita.


These are considered to be 11 (eleven) in number. The knowledge of the Upanishads is the personal experience of a sage. If that experience does not match with the Vedas and the Gita, then it is useless. It should not be accepted. Therefore, instead of the Upanishads, the knowledge of the Vedas and the Gita should be adopted because most of the knowledge of the Upanishads is contrary to the knowledge of the Vedas and the Gita. Likewise, consider the knowledge of the Bible and the Quran, that the knowledge in them which does not match with the Vedas and the Gita, should not be accepted. The knowledge in the Vedas and the Gita that does not match with the Sukshm Ved should not be accepted.


These are considered to be 18 (eighteen) in number. Actually, this knowledge of the Purans is considered to be one knowledge. This knowledge was first of all given by Brahma ji to his sons (Daksha etc. sages). King Daksh, Manu ji and sages like Parasar etc., while propagating this further, also mixed their respective experiences. Thus, the knowledge of Puran is considered to be present in 18 parts. The part of the knowledge of the 18 Purans that does not match with the Vedas and the Gita, should be rejected. Similarly, it is appropriate to renounce any other book containing knowledge contrary to the knowledge of the Vedas and the Gita.

In Gita Chapter 18 Verse 62, the giver of the knowledge of Gita is telling Arjun, “Go in the refuge of that Supreme God (who is different from the knowledge-giver of Gita) in every respect. It is only by the grace of that Supreme God that you will attain supreme peace and the eternal supreme abode (Satya Lok).” In Gita Chapter 4 Verse 32, it is said that the knowledge (Sukshm Ved) which the Supreme God conveys by speaking from His lotus mouth, is said to be the (vaani) speech of Sachidanand Ghan Brahm; it is also called Tatvgyan, in which God has given the knowledge of the path of complete salvation. It is stated in Gita Chapter 4 Verse 34 that comprehend that Tatvgyan by going to the Tatvdarshi saints. By prostrating yourself before them and then asking questions, those Tatvdarshi saints will teach you Tatvgyan. In Gita Chapter 15 Verse 1, the identity of a Tatvdarshi Saint has been described. It is said that the saint who knows all the parts of the tree of the world, he is Vedvit, that is, he knows the essence of the Vedas; he is a Tatvdarshi Saint. It has been mentioned in the Sukshm Ved i.e. the speech of Sachidanand Ghan Brahm: -

Kabir, Akshar Purush ek ped hai, Kshar Purush vaaki ​​daar |
Teeno deva shaakha hain, paat roop sansaar ||

The speech of this Sachidanand Ghan Brahm is also called Tatvgyan. In Gita Chapter 15 Verse 4, it is said that after attaining Tatvgyan, one should search for that supreme abode of the Supreme God, after going where, a worshipper never returns to the world, that is, he attains complete salvation. The same God has created the tree of the world; only worship Him. The giver of the knowledge of Gita considers the worship of that Supreme God superior to his spiritual practice. From that itself, one attains that supreme abode of the Supreme God, after attaining which, the cycle of birth and death of a living being ends forever.

Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

It is considered to be a holy book of Sikhism. In fact, it is a collection of the nectar speeches of many Mahatmas, in which the speech of Shri Nanak Dev ji i.e., the speech of Mehla Pehla matches with Tatvgyan i.e. Sukshmved because God had met Shri Nanak ji when Shri Nanak Dev Saheb Ji used to work in the storehouse of Nawab in Sultanpur city. Bein river flows half a kilometer away from Sultanpur city. Shri Nanak ji used to go daily to bathe in that river. One day, God appeared at the Bein river in the attire of a Jinda Baba. There He had a discussion with Shri Nanak Dev Ji on spiritual knowledge. After that, Shri Nanak ji took a dip in the river, but he did not come out. The people present there assumed that Nanak ji had drowned in the river. The people of the city also searched by putting a net in the river but were disappointed because Shri Nanak Dev ji had gone to Sachkhand (Satyalok) with the Supreme God who appeared in the form of a Jinda Baba. After three days, Shri Nanak Dev Ji came back to Earth. He stood on the same spot on the bank of the Bein river from where he had plunged into the river and disappeared with the Supreme God. The joy of the residents of Sultanpur knew no bounds on seeing Shri Nanak ji alive. Shri Nanak ji's sister Nanaki was also married in Sultanpur city. Shri Nanak ji used to live with his sister. Sister Nanaki, who was saddened by the grief of her brother's death, was astonished and the grief turned into joy. Shri Nanak Dev met God, got the true knowledge from God, got the true naam (Satyanam). In the book Bhai Bale Wali "Janm Sakhi Guru Nanak Dev Ji" and in Praan Sangli in Hindi script, whose editor is Sant Sampoorn Singh, there is evidence in both these books that Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji himself told Mardana, “God met me in the form of a Jinda Baba at the Bein river, when I went to take a bath. I had stayed with Him for three days. That Jinda Baba is my Satguru as well as the Creator of the universe. Therefore, only he is entitled to be called "Baba"; others should not be called "Baba". His name is Kabir.”

Kaayam Daayam Kudarti Sab Peeran Sir Peer Aalam Badaa Kabir |

Therefore, Shri Nanak ji's speech (Mehla 1) matches with the Sukshmved. It is correct. Except the speech of Kabir ji in Shri Guru Granth Sahib, the speech of other saints is not so accurate. The reason is that God Kabir Ji had met Shri Nanak Dev Ji.

Evidence: - The speech written in Sri Guru Granth Sahib on Page 24: -

Ek suan duyi suaani naal bhalke bhonkahi sadaa biaal,
Kudh chhura mutha murdar Dhaanak roop raha Kartaar |
Tera ek naam taare sansar main eho aash eho aadhar,
Dhaanak roop raha Kartaar |

Faahi surat maluki vesh, eh thagwada thagi desh,
Kharaa siyaana, bahuta bhaar, Dhaanak roop raha Kartaar ||

The following speech is written in Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji on Page 731: -

Neech jaati pardesi mera, kshan aavae kshan jaavae,
Jaaki sangat Nanak Rahanda, kyukar munda paavae ||

On Page 721, the following speech is written: -

Yak arj guftam pesh todar, Koon Kartaar |
Hakka Kabir Kareem Tu, Beyaeb Parvardigar ||

This above-mentioned sacred speech is from Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji, which proved that God had met Shri Nanak ji. He is "Kabir Kartaar" (Kabir, the Creator) who had come to Kashi to perform a divine act in the form of Dhaanak (weaver).

In the same way, God in the form of a Jinda Baba had also met Sant Garib Das ji (Village-Chhudani, District-Jhajjar, Haryana). Likewise, God had taken him to Sachkhand (Satylok) and then left him back. Sant Garibdas ji has stated: -

Garib, hum Sultani Nanak taare, Dadu koon updesh diya |
Jaati julaha bhed nahin paaya, Kashi maahe Kabir hua ||

Anant koti brahmand ka, ek rati nahin bhaar |
Satguru Purush Kabir hai, kul ke sirjan haar ||

God in the form of a Jinda Baba had also met Sant Dadu Das Ji Maharaj. Shri Dadu ji was 7 years old. (In some books, the age of Shri Dadu ji at that time is written as eleven years.) He was playing with children outside the village. God had also met him in the form of Baba Jinda and had taken him to Satyalok. Dadu ji also remained unconscious for three days and nights. Then when he regained consciousness, he started narrating the glory of God Kabir.

Jin mokun nij naam (real name) diya, soyi Satguru hamaar |
Dadu doosra koi nahi, Kabir sirjanhaar ||

Dadu naam Kabir ki, jai koi leve oat |
Unko kabahu laage nahin, Kaal bajr ki chot ||

Sant Garib Das ji has said: -

Dadu koon Satguru miley, deyi paan ki peekh |
Budha Baba jise kahain, yeh Dadu ki nahin seekh ||

Pahli chot Dadu ko, miley Purush Kabir |
Takkar maari jad miley, phir saambhar ke teer ||

God Kabir met Sant Dharmdas ji of Bandhavgarh

Mahatma Dharmdas ji was born in the holy Hindu religion in the village Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh, India). When Dharmdas ji reached Mathura while touring the places of pilgrimage as per the order of guru ji, then the Almighty God (Kaadar Khuda) met him in the form of a Jinda Mahatma. (God) Allah Kabir also took Dharmdas ji to Satyalok. For three days and nights, Dharmdas ji also stayed with God in the celestial region (Satlok) like Shri Nanak Dev ji. God showed him the arrangement of Jyoti Niranjan's Lok (twenty-one brahmands) in the sky. Then He took him up. God showed him the seven sankh brahmands of Akshar Purush and showed His throne (throne) and Satlok. Dharmdas ji's body remained unconscious. When he regained consciousness on the third day, he told, “I had gone to Satyalok with God. That God has come to perform Leela (divine act) in Kashi city; I will meet Him.” Dharmdas Das went to Banaras (Kashi). There, he was astonished to see God working in the form of a weaver. He fell at His feet and got his welfare done by attaining the true path of (bhakti) worship.

God Kabir met Prophet Muhammad

God had also met Hazrat Muhammad ji in the form of a Jinda Mahatma in Mecca when Prophet Muhammad had gone for Hajj to Mosque Kaaba. God took him to His (lok) place which is built in the form of an embassy in one brahmand. God explained everything to Hazrat Muhammad ji and narrated His knowledge, but Hazrat Muhammad ji did not accept the knowledge of God, nor did he express a desire to live in Satyalok. Therefore, Hazrat Muhammad was sent back in his body. At that time, several thousand Muslims had become followers of Hazrat Muhammad ji. His glory was spreading at full speed in the world, and he was considering the knowledge of Quran to be the best.

Sant Garib Das ji has told that Supreme God Kabir took Muhammad Saheb ji to the world above, but he did not stay there. Garib Das ji has said that Supreme God Kabir has told: -

Hum Muhammad ko Satlok dweep le gayo, ichcha roopi vahan nahin rahyo |
Ult Muhammad mahal pathaya, gujh biraj ek kalma lyaya |
Roja, bang, namaj dayi re, bismal ki nahin baat kahi re |
Maari gau shabd ke teeram, aise hotey Muhammad peeram |
Shabdae pher jiwayi, jeev raakhya maans nahin bhakhya, aise peer Muhammad bhai |
Maari gau le shabd talwar, jeevat hui nahin Allah se kari pukar |
Tab hamon (me) Muhammad ne yaad kiya re |Shabd swaroop Hum beg gaya re |
Mui gau humne turant jiwai |tab Muhammad kai nishchai aayi |
Tum Kabir Allah darvesha |momin Muhammad ka gaya andesha |
Kaha Muhammad sun Jinda Saheb |Tum Allah Kabir aur sab naayab |

It is also given in "Quran Sharif" Surat Furqani 25 Verses 52 to 59. Hazrat Muhammad and all the devotees of Muslim religion consider the giver of the knowledge of Quran Sharif their God. They also consider him to be the Supreme God. In these Verses 52 to 59, the giver of the knowledge of Quran has said, “O Prophet! Hazrat Muhammad! You should stick to the knowledge that I have given you in the verses of the Quran. Allah is Kabir and these infidels do not believe in that Allah. Do not be misguided by them; struggle with them, do not quarrel. O Prophet! This is God named Kabir who has made someone son, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, father-in-law and grandson; Have faith in that Jinda (the one who met you in Kaaba). He is actually the Immortal God. He forgives the offenses (sins) of His servants (devotees). He is Kabir Allah. This Kabir Allah is the same whose description comes in the Bible in the Book of Genesis that, that God has created the sky and the earth and all the constellations in between them, that is, He has created the whole universe in six days, and He sat down on the throne on the seventh day. Ask for information about Him from a Baakhabar i.e., a Tatvdarshi Saint.

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