In 1895, via MGA’s book Satt Bachan, Dr. Gursharanjit Singh alleges that MGA claimed to be the second coming of Baba Guru Nanak in a punjabi pamphlet named “Pargana Batala da guru”, this seems to be an ahmadiyya publication. Listen to Dr. Gursharanjit Singh’s explanation herein (1:05:34 mark). He mentions how MGA and his team of writers quoted an inauthentic Sikh book wherein it was written that Baba Guru Nanak would return. This was re-iterated in the English ROR of Oct-Nov-1919 and the ROR of May-Jun-July-1919 written by Maulvi Sher Ali. The ROR of Jan-1927 has an essay on Baba Nanak also.
MGA also claimed to be the second coming of Buddha, Krishna, Confucius, Zoroaster, Guru Nanak, Ahmadi’s also believe in the Mormon prophets. MGA is also considered the second coming of Lord Maitreyah. Socrates is also considered a prophet (invented by Mirza Tahir Ahmad in the 1990’s).
MGA was not the first person to allege that Baba Nanak was a Muslim, in 1885, a man named Frederic Pincott (born:1836|died:1896|) wrote, “Sikhism and its Relation to Muhammadanism”.
The ROR of Mar-April of 1916 gives an essay by Abul Hasham Khan Chaudhry, wherein he argues that Baba Nanak was a Muslim.
Oct and Nov-1919 edition of the ROR
Some new convert Ahmadi’s began attacking Sikhism.
Guru Nanak and Sikhism are mentioned in the ROR of Feb-1941 and March-1941, the essay’s was written by a man named Ibadullah Giani, his location is given as Qadian.
Links and Related Essay’s
What is “Satt Bachan” (1895) by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers
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