Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,
The relationship between the Mukhi of the Bhai Daya Singh Ji Samparda, Sant Ji Maharaj Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji (Rara Sahib) and the Mukhi of the Damdami Taksaal, Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Khalsa (Bhindranwale) was a very loving one. In essence, Satpursh (true beings) are one with God and henceforth have similar attributes. The Mool Mantar speaks of very brief qualities of Waheguru. Waheguru is described as Nirvair (without hatred). Similarly Mahapurkhs have no hatred towards anyone, let alone each other as evident from Sukhmani Sahib –
Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Khalsa would travel to the village Ghudaani on a yearly basis to perform Katha Divaan. When Sant Ji Maharaj came to learn of this, Sant Ji Maharaj sent a car in order to pick them and to come to Gurdwara Karamsar, Rara Sahib. Sant Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Khalsa looked at their jatha and said – “Khalsa Ji, Mahapurkh Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji have sent a car for us to go meet them, whoever wishes to come along may sit within the car. However, if any one of you is casting doubts due to looking at their non-simplistic majestic way of dressing, then I request you please stay here. Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji are a Raaja-Yogi (royalty within spirituality). Casting doubt upon them will cause you to suffer immensely. Those that are casting these doubts are better off not coming along.”
And so, even though the mission and duties of both Mahapurkh were different, both ensured that they maintained equal status and respect for one another. Pooran Mahapurkh are liberate from things such as ego, hatred, backbiting and jealousy. They aim to fulfil their duties and to strive for the greatest good possible.