|ouaa thae ootham gano cha(n)ddaalaa |||
|Even an untouchable pariah is superior to him,|
|naanak jih man basehi gupaalaa ||16|||
|O Nanak, if the Lord of the World abides in his mind. ||16|||
'Oh my Sikhs in this age of Kalyug the Brahmins are even more impure than the untouchables, they use tobacco and alcohol, and there their minds do not function properly, the shave their heads, and they leave their own Dharam and follow the ways of the Turks, they might look like Hindus, but they do not follow the ways of the Hindus. Oh my beloved Sikhs the Brahmins are liars and hypocritical, the Khalsa is the Nehkalank Avtar, who never turns his back on the order of the Parmesvar. The Brahmins and Kshatriyas have turned their back on Parmesvar, who has ordered that man should keep his natural form intact, and not to shave the head and face. To donate offerings to a shaven one who takes the above drugs is not Dharam. If you need to associate with these people make them pure by giving them amrit. Keep faith in the Guru, what you give the Guru, you will recieve double, believe this to be true. If you give offerings to people who are not in Dharam and have bad habits your offering is wasted, and you may incur further rebirth to find sustenance. 'The Sikhs then asked the Guru they light a lantern for their spirit, should we do this. The Guru replied ' at night time light a lantern next to Guru Granth Sahib ji', or whether people need to find their place on a dark track, do the good deed of ligthing a lantern. This is a virtuous deed and you will get some profit from it. To shave your head at some-ones death leads to rebirth. That Sikh who keep my traditional ways, know him to be an embodiment of myself. ' That Sikh who keep the discipline is mine, he is my master I am his slave'. What should we do if a Sikh dies on his bed, asked the Sikhs? The Guru replied 'read Japji five times and do the cremation, and this will help them to reach emancipation'.