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Chandi Di Vaar (The Ballad of Chandi) is a philosphical, spiritual and heroic composition written by Guru Gobind Singh at Anandpur Sahib. It is fifth Bani of Dasam Granth. It is also called Vaar Sri Bhagauti Ji Ki (In some birs, the title is Vaar Durga ki). The first stanza of Chandi di Var forms the introductory part of the Ardas, the Sikh prayer. Guru Sahib used the Ballad to explain the principles of Gurmat (the Guru's way).
The Ballad relates a contest between a Gurmukh (a Gurmat individual who walks on god's path, following the command of God) and a Manmukh (one who does not believe in god and chooses to follow himself or other Manmukh humans). This ballad points out that whenever there is a Battle of Spiritual Discussion, between Gurmukhs and Manmukhs that the Gurmukhs always win.
So Guru Gobind Singh picked characters of Brahmgyan, which were already well known and used the legends to give a new Punjabi explanation to the Battle of Gurmat and Manmat.
Note: Chandi/Durga is a terminology of Brahmgyan which was used in past by many poets but Guru Gobind Singh explored real defination of Chandi i.e formless, eternal, accountless, garbless etc. Sikhs do not worship Durga, Chandi or Bhagwati as Idols or as Human, as interpreted by Hindus and Anti Dasam Elements, neither did Guru Sahib, reiterating Chandi does not refer to the Hindu deity and neither does Bhagauti refer to any Hindu Devi or Deity. From the beginning Guru Sahibh was clear that he worshiped, only the one true Creator. Even he cleared that Durga/Chandi born through god.
ਤੈ ਹੀ ਦਰਗਾ ਸਾਜਿ ਕੈ ਦੈਤਾ ਦਾ ਨਾਸ ਕਰਾਇਆ ॥
O Lord! By creating Durga, Thou hast caused the destruction of demons.
Bhagauti means Gurmat, A mind (Buddhi) having spiritual, intellect, and wisdom. In Gurmat, a body of soul is never regarded as a Bhagauti but the intellect and wisdom of a soul is Bhagauti. The term Gurmat(i) is a feminine term derived from two words Gur(wisdom) + Mat(i)(Mind) = Mind of Spiritual Wisdom. Gurmat contains the whole explanation of the Soul and Supreme Divine and a soul who bears Gurmat is called Gurmukh(i) or Gurmat(i) or Bhagauti. Such a soul is always in Hukam, Following the Supreme Command and staying away from the illusionary world.
Guru Gobind Singh used phrase ਸਰੀ ਭਗਉਤੀ ਜੀ ਸਹਾਇ ॥. Here "Sri Bhagauti" means "Great Bhagauti". Great Bhagauti is Hukam (Parmeshar Di Mati).
As per Chandi Di Vaar, Guru Gobind Singh rejected the concept of Brahma, as creator, Vishnu as Nourisher and Mahadev, as Destroyer. He directed that Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, Krishna, Rama, Durga, dieties all were created by Hukam (or Shakti). He also said that Kansha, Demons, Ravnas etc were also created by Hukam and clearly described that Krishna got Power from Hukam to kill Kansha, which means Krishna did not have power of it's own and same with Rama and Durga.
ਬਰਹਮਾ ਬਿਸਨ ਮਹੇਸ ਸਾਜਿ : He created Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
ਸਿਰਜੇ ਦਾਨੋ ਦੇਵਤੇ:He created the demons and gods
ਤੈ ਹੀ ਦਰਗਾ ਸਾਜਿ ਕੈ: By Creating Durga
In Sanatan/Hindu Philosphy, It was written and preached around, that earth is standing on a Bull or on Snake. This fact of ignorance was cleared by Guru Gobind Singh in Chandi Di vaar, who directed that whole earth is existing in space by Hukam.
ਸਿੰਧ ਪਰਬਤ ਮੇਦਨੀ ਬਿਨ ਥੰਮਹਾ ਗਗਨਿ ਰਹਾਇਆ ॥
The oceans, mountains and the earth are made stable in the space without columns.
The most strongest character ever in Gurmat philosphy is Durga(Feminine term) or Durgshah(Masculine Term). She is one which born under Hukam and fight with demon to help Deities. Feminine Term, denotes Discerning and Intuitive Mind(Vivek Budhi) = Gurmat. Durga made with two words Durg + Gah, Durg means fort and Gah mins to win. One who win Fort. In Gurmat, Kabir said "Kabir chadeyo Garh(fort) upar raaj kiyo abinaasi".Masculine Term, It means the follower of Gurmat = Gurmukh.
Chandi is a terminology of Brahmgyan which was used in past by many poets but Guru Gobind Singh explored real defination of Chandi i.e formless, eternal, accountless garbless etc. Sikhs do not worship any Durga devi, Chandi Devi or Bhagwati Devi, as interpreted by Hindus and Some Anti Dasam Elements, neither Guru Sahib did, nor Chandi means any Devi or Hindu deity and neither Bhagauti means any Devi or Deity.
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