Dr. Daljit Singh, Incharge, chairman of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur’s National Integration, said Guru Sahib gave an unprecedented ordeal to save humanity from the evils of Mughal tyranny and to promote freedom of religion, national integration and cultural heritage of India promote.
In his remarks to the President, Prof. BS Ghuman, Vice Chancellor of Punjabi University, Patiala emphasized that Guru Sahib’s eternal message of religious tolerance and national integration must be carried around the world. He said that whenever national integration is discussed, Guru Sahib’s ordeal is sure to be mentioned there. He said now during the crisis of COVID-19 when our Sikh community around the world is getting recognition for the work done for humanity, just because of our great Sikh gurus who taught us this.
Prof. GS Nayyer, former professor and head of the Department of Punjab History Studies at Punjabi University in Patiala, said that Guru Sahib gave an extremely great and unique martyrdom. The martyrdom of Guru Sahib has awakened the courage of the people to unite against the Mughals under the leadership of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Amaksar, former professor of Sulakhan Singh at Guru Nanak Dev University, said that Guru Sahib’s life was fraught with difficulties. The philosophy presented in Guru Sahib’s life is really relevant and fully applicable in today’s world.
Prof. Kulbir Dhillon, former professor and head of the history department of the Punjabi University in Patiala, emphasized that Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji is the epitome of peace and the savior of all religions in the country. Guru Sahib can really be seen as an ambassador for national integration and world peace.