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I was reading Nirmal Sampardha text by Pritam Singh..

Basically, author of that book put two orgins of nirmaley one adhyatamik and second historic.

1. Nirmal prefix mentioned in Gurbani numerous times ie- Nanak Nirmal Panth Chalaya [Adhyatamik]

2. Five Nirmaley Sikhs baptised into Khalsa brotherhood when they came back from ka(n)si. [Historic]

There was a question raised by one of the singhs in the question/answer section.. he said..

could been nirmaley order was formalized(founded) from time of Siri Guru Nanak Dev Ji by 1st master themselves but Siri Guru Gobind Singh Ji did a final touch and created - Nirmal Panth and including them into Guru Khalsa Panth ?

Please discuss ! :)

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Above and beyond this there are number of individual bakshishes from Guru Gobind Singh ji to individuals recorded by different upsamprdas. Some parampras trace back through individuals beyond Guru Gobind Singh ji. Gyani Gyan Singh describes those in Nirmal Panth Pradeepika who feel the Nirmal Panth was created by Guru Gobind Singh as 'ignorants'. To my mind what is clear is at the time of Guru Gobind Singh ji at the very leats, it wasn't one event, but an on-going selection of individuals given directions and instructions. This is reinforced if you consider the geography of where these individuals were then sent by the Guru.

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  • 3 weeks later...

I was told Nirmalay part of Bhai Dya Singh Sampardha is huge because of its sub branches compare to Bhai Dharam Singh Nirmal sampardhey?

can anyone shed light on this?

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