In the NANAK METAVERSE, there will be collectible Avatars of the 10 Gurus as well as all Heroes and Notable people - past and present in Sikh History.
Avatars are a perfect way to honor those who contributed in a positive manner to project and carry out Guru Nanak's mission of peace, harmony, equality and truthful living. Furthermore, the role of Avatars win the NANAK METAVERSE will be to mentor and coach members of the community in all phases of their life.
AI-Powered Avatars of the 10 Sigh Guru’s: 1. Guru Nanak 2. Guru Angad 3. Guru Amar Das 4. Guru Ram Das 5. Guru Arjan 6. Guru Hargobind 7. Guru Har Rai 8. Guru Har Krishnan 9. Guru Tegh Bahadur 10. Guru Gobind Singh
AI-Powered Avatars of the other prominent personalities throughout his life, who had a significant impact on him and his teachings. Here are some of the notable personalities who interacted with Guru Nanak: • Rai Bular - A Muslim landlord and the ruler of the land where Guru Nanak was born. Rai Bular played an important role in supporting and nurturing him during his early years. Rai Bular recognized the spiritual potential in young Nanak and became one of his earliest and most ardent supporters. Rai Bular's patronage and protection were crucial in enabling Guru Nanak to embark on his spiritual mission, and their friendship and mutual respect became a powerful example of interfaith Harmony. • Sheikh Brahm - A Muslim saint who had a profound spiritual influence on Guru Nanak. and recognized him as a spiritual master. • Pir Dastgir - A Muslim saint who Guru Nanak met during his travels in the Middle East and who recognized him as a spiritual master. • Bhai Mardana - Guru Nanak's lifelong companion and a talented musician who accompanied him on his travels. • Bhai Bala - A childhood friend of Guru Nanak, who later became his disciple and accompanied him on his travels. • Baba Farid - A Sufi saint who Guru Nanak met during his travels in India and who had a significant impact on his teachings. • Emperor Babur - The Mughal Emperor who ruled India at the time of Guru Nanak's death and who is said to have been impressed by his teachings. • Malik Bhago - A corrupt revenue collector whom Guru Nanak challenged to change his ways and become an honest public servant. • Baba Lalu - A Hindu devotee who was impressed by Guru Nanak's teachings and became one of his disciples. • Sajjan Thug - A notorious criminal who pretended to be a holy man and tried to deceive Guru Nanak, but was eventually exposed by him. • Mardana's sister - A woman who was miraculously cured of her illness by Guru Nanak's blessings. • Bhai Gurdas - A prominent Sikh poet and scholar who was a contemporary of Guru Nanak and documented his teachings. • Bhagat Kabir - A renowned poet and spiritual leader who had a profound influence on Guru Nanak's teachings. Also known as Kabir Das - Although Kabir Das was a poet and mystic from a Hindu background, he is revered by both Hindus and Muslims and is believed to have had an influence on both Guru Nanak's and Guru Arjan's teachings. • Daulat Khan Lodhi employed Guru Nanak as a "Food Supplies Distribution Officer" after a recommendation from Rai Bular. Rai Bular's sister was married to Daulat Khan Lodhi, which played a role in his decision to employ Guru Nanak. This role allowed Guru Nanak to travel to different parts of the region and distribute food and supplies to the needy, which gave him the opportunity to meet people from different backgrounds and share his teachings. Daulat Khan Lodhi's support for Guru Nanak and his employment in his court is seen as an important contribution to the early development of the Sikh faith and its message of social justice and equality. AI-Powered Avatars of Guru Nanak's immediate family played a significant role in his life and teachings. Avatars of notable family members: • Guru Nanak's father was Kalu Mehta • Mata Tripta - Guru Nanak's mother, who supported him throughout his life and was a source of inspiration for his teachings. • Sri Chand - Guru Nanak's elder son, who was a spiritual leader in his own right and founded the ascetic Udasi sect. • Lakhmi Das - Guru Nanak's younger son, who was a disciple of Guru Angad and became a prominent Sikh preacher. • Bibi Nanaki - Guru Nanak's sister, who recognized his spiritual greatness from a young age and supported him throughout his life.Avatars of people after Guru Nanak's journey to the eternal abode; There were several prominent people who played important roles in the development and spread of the Sikh faith. Here are a few notable figures: • Bhai Gurdas - A prominent Sikh scholar, poet, and theologian who documented the teachings of Guru Nanak and the subsequent Sikh Gurus. • Baba Budha - A devout Sikh who served as the first head priest (granthi) of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar and played a significant role in the early Sikh community. • Bhai Mani Singh - A Sikh scholar and theologian who compiled the Sikh scripture, known as the Dasam Granth, and played a key role in organizing and codifying Sikh beliefs and practices. • Banda Singh Bahadur - A military leader who fought against the Mughal Empire and helped establish Sikh rule in parts of North India in the 18th century. • Maharaja Ranjit Singh - A powerful Sikh ruler who established a Sikh Empire in the 19th century and is known for his military prowess and patronage of the arts and culture. • Bhai Taru Singh - A devout Sikh who was martyred for refusing to convert to Islam during the Mughal Empire's reign in the 18th century. • Baba Deep Singh - A Sikh warrior and scholar who fought against the Mughal Empire and is known for his role in defending the Golden Temple during the 18th century. • Bhai Daya Singh - One of the Panj Pyare (the Five Beloved Ones) who were the first Sikhs to be initiated into the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru. • Mata Sahib Kaur - The wife of Guru Gobind Singh and a prominent figure in Sikh history who is revered as the Mother of the Khalsa. • Bhagat Singh Thind - A Sikh-American philosopher and writer who played a significant role in advocating for Sikh rights and immigration to the United States in the early 20th century. • Shaheed Bhagat Singh - A revolutionary and socialist who fought for India's independence from British rule. • Udham Singh - A Sikh revolutionary who assassinated Michael O'Dwyer, the British Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, in retaliation for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. • Kartar Singh Sarabha - A Sikh revolutionary who played a key role in organizing and leading the Ghadar Party, a revolutionary group that sought to overthrow British rule in India. • Lala Lajpat Rai - A prominent Indian nationalist and freedom fighter who played a significant role in the Indian independence movement. • Master Tara Singh - A Sikh political leader who played a key role in advocating for the rights of Sikhs in India and Pakistan during the partition of India in 1947.Muslim Saints There were many Muslim Saints who were sympathizers to Guru Nanak's and to Guru Nanak's teachings and played a significant role in the development and spread of the Sikh faith. Here are some notable examples whose AI-Powered Avatars will be in the NANAK METAVERSE: • Pir Dastgir - A Muslim saint who Guru Nanak met during his travels in the Middle East and who also recognized him as a spiritual master. • Mian Mir - A prominent Muslim saint who had a close relationship with Guru Arjan, the fifth Sikh Guru, and helped to lay the foundation stone of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar. • Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi - A prominent Sufi saint and scholar who played a key role in the development of the Naqshbandi Sufi order and had a significant impact on the religious and political landscape of India. • Mian Mir - A Sufi saint from Lahore who is known for his friendship with Guru Arjan, the fifth Sikh Guru, and his role in laying the foundation stone of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar. • Shah Hussain - A Sufi saint and poet who lived in Lahore and is believed to have had a profound influence on Guru Nanak's teachings. • Pir Budhu Shah - A Muslim saint who is believed to have provided shelter to Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, and his followers during the Battle of Chamkaur in 1704.