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Satpanth is "True Path", narayan chhe thya satya chhe ae satya na rah uper je chhe e satpanthi
kahvaay imamshah maharaj give the satpanth name because SAT means TRUE and PANTH means
WAY Sat+Santh= SATPANTH (TRUE PATH) Contents [hide]
The people of the Satpanth consist mostly are from Rajput, merchant, and farming castes. Some are
from Indian states of Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan that now reside in Gujarat (mainly the
Kutch and commercial areas) and Mumbai. and Rabari community is great believer of Satpanth.
Leadership the current head of the pirana satpanth community is nanakdas Kaka, he is 24th gadipati
of pirana Dargah, Beliefs about the Leadership Satpanth followers, called satpanthis believe that the
physical form of the Imam is merely a vessel for the spiritual Imam which is Noor,tej,prakash or
eternal Light. They also believe that his farmans (proclamations), his shabd (word) and his formless
being Niranjan Nirakar Swaroop are the real brahma . Satpanth devotees believe in "akhand divya
jyot ," which is the "Vision of Light" or Enlightenment (spiritual) one gets when one views the True
brahma. This again has an esoteric and an exoteric meaning. Origin [[Pir Sadruddin] his Dargah is
situated at Navsari, Gujarat] are credited with the conversion of the Khojas from the Hindu caste of
the Lohanas who are located in Punjab, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. Khojas live chiefly in lower Sindh,
kutch, Gujarat, Bombay and in wide diaspora, particularly in East and South Africa, Arabia, Sri
Lanka, Myanmar (Burma), Canada, the United Kingdom, Portugal, U.A.E. and the United States.
Rituals Sathpanthis believe in One God concept which we called it as Ekeshawarwad. They not only
adapted number of rituals from muslim community like burial process and worshiping tombs but
also don’t believe in Idol worshiping. Scripture
The Holy Writ of the Satpanth tradition is the collection of Ginans written by various medieval Pirs,
most notably Pir Sadruddin,ramdev pir and Pir Satgur Nur.
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