Q. 73.9( 72 Votes )
What were the major teachings of Baba Guru Nanak?
The following were the major teachings of the Baba Guru Nanak:
1. Baba Guru Nanak emphasized the worship of one God.
2. He directed people to the importance of right belief and worship, honest living and helping others.
3. According to him, caste, creed or gender was irrelevant for attaining liberation.
4. Liberation for him was not that of a state of inert bliss but the pursuit of active life with a strong sense of social commitment.
5. He gave the motto of nam, dan and isnan, which meant right worship, the welfare of others and purity of conduct.
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