- Dec 2012
If it might help, in 1985 the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of India and the Universal House of Justice issued a statement about Guru Nanak. Elements of this are even cited on the Wikipedia Guru Nanak page. It concluded by stating "The Bahá'ís thus view Guru Nanak as a 'saint of the highest order'". So if you ever find any Bahá'í today that might not be aware of this, please feel free to educate them about the title that the Supreme Institution has chosen to convey upon the Founder of Sikhism.Sometimes I have felt excluded or as if there was some division between Sikhs and Baha'i's when really there is nothing separating them but my thoughts.
If it helps my friend, Hartmut Grossman, has written a piece that will help you to better understand what a saint really is in Bahá'í terms.
Notes of a talk given by Universal House of Justice Member Hartmut Grossman to the first group of Baha’i Pilgrims to enter the Cell of Bah...
It therefore goes without question that Guru Nanak holds a very high station. So your thoughts are actually supported by the Universal House of Justice.