Video: The true temple of God

This video illustrates the significance of the symbols of unity in Kirpal Sagar. You also find it in the category “literature and media”.

The symbols are models of the four most common types of sacred buildings: a Sikh temple, a Hindu temple, a mosque and a church. These typical forms are known in all religious traditions. Less known is that they refer to the human body.

Gurdawaras, the temples of the Sikhs, are dome-shaped, similar to the form of the head. The shape of the mosque reminds one of the fore-head. The nose-shaped towers of the churches often stand on a ground plan resembling a cross which corresponds to a person with outstretched arms.

Their message is: God is in us – the true temple is man himself.