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Jesus in Sikhism?


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Guru Gobind Singh has two indirect mentions I believe in His writing - there is one place in Sri Dasam Granth where the word Isa (which is also the indian version of Jesus - Ishu) is used "Sri Asket Jagat Ke Isa"

And then in the hymn "Jineh Tohe Dhiaya-yio" (Those who remember You)

Guru Sahib specifically mentions "Bung ke bangalee, Firang ke firangaawaali, delhi ke dilwaali, teri aagya mein chalat hai"
(People of Bengal, Firangs from abroad, and the residents of Delhi are followers of Thy Command"

The general term for white skinned europeans at the time used to be "Firang"