Having Worked as a Cattle Grazer for several Years, Guru Nanak Dev ji Gave up that work. His father tried him out in several vocations but none could hold his interest for long.
Guru Ji felt happiest in the company of sadhus and fakirs. He enjoyed having religious discourses with them. His father did no like this at all. He wanted him to earn a decent livelihood, Marry and raise a family like any ordinary man. So he packed him off with a large som of money to try out his luck in business.
Accompanied by a freind, Bhai bala, Guru Nanak dev ji set out towards a nearby town Chuharkana, Where he spotted a group of hungry sadhus in a grove of a shady trees. Despited protests from Bhai Bala, The kind -Hearted Guru Nanak Dev ji Spent all his money on feeding the holy men. According in him, It was the best bargain he coudld strike with his capital. This was the ‘Sachcha Sauda’ or ‘Good Bargain’.
This is the teaching of guru ji to share with others, that is called the Best bargain.
KIRAT KARO, NAAM JAPO , WAND CHAKKO