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  2. jkvlondon

    Rishi Gautam and Ahlya

    they got punished and still walk around throwing out blame on others of killing cows demanding death penalties .
  3. Singh1989

    Rishi Gautam and Ahlya

    How so?
  4. Ha Ha we don't have any problem going into a pub or a club or a betting shop, but WHAT go into place of worship? God forbid! It's is a place of worship. what you think they do there? Go by all means, listen and observe and be respectful, just don't participate in any of the worshipping of the statues.
  5. jkvlondon

    Natural order

    yep the above rules are Christian/abrahamic they believe women are inferior in intellect and spirit as they are daughters of Eve i.e. doorways to evil. (muc h like all the other faiths excluding sikhi) . I mean they are advised to chastise their woman if she speaks in congregation (meaning teaching sermons) or if she speaks up for herself , that they can do so with a stick no thicker than their thumb - barbaric really. People need to grow up and realise that so many sikh BIbian did panthic services without being considered worth writing down even in history books including Guru di Matavan , Guru di Mahalan, Guru di betian , because of male historians' male prejudices coming out of their upbringing. However the sikhs of those times must have known about them and respected them . Our 'history' books have omissions which become apparent when you go to ground level and see the actual places of our history . The people remember .
  6. Redoptics

    Natural order

    People just do not understand anymore, I'm a Male with a female Avatar and they think of me as female just because of ot it, really strange, I was brought up as as everyone is equal.
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  8. jkvlondon

    Rishi Gautam and Ahlya

    It is clear that Brahmins are still accursed from that time they falsely accused Goutam of cow murder , they still have not learnt their lesson.
  9. jkvlondon

    Natural order

    In sikhi Akal Purakh is in all so all humans are equal in status , we do not have such rules governing us saying women are not to speak or teach guys in congregation or the'rule of thumb' as our Scriptures teach us to view each other as deserving of love and respect and consider oppression as antigurmat .
  10. Redoptics

    Rishi Gautam and Ahlya

    God is not lustful these demi gods are just normal people with powers see marvel or dc movies, Guru Gobind Singh Ji said from his own akal mouth do not follow such beings.
  11. Singh1989

    Rishi Gautam and Ahlya

    Although some form of goodness came out of Gautam's curse i.e. Hanuman and liberation it's pure stingy and skank to curse anyone. Wasn't their fault and was family as well.
  12. AjeetSingh2019

    Proof of Sikhs taking cannabis in 1776

    18th century was VERY harsh for sikhs. You're not declared illegal today or have bounty on your head. You're not forced to live in jungles. Stop justifying your addictions !
  13. Redoptics

    Proof of Sikhs taking cannabis in 1776

    Eats pork? Drinks 'bang' and what is a seikh? Do not post crap on here please, thank you.
  14. Redoptics

    Natural order

    I dont see Guru ji as a 'man' I know they were Waheguru in human form that's why they all call themselves as 'Nanak'.
  15. http://sikhcybermuseum.com/history/PolierLetter.htm for the Seikhs, that formidable aristocratic republick, I may safely say, it is only so to a weak defenceless state, such as this is. It is properly the snake with many heads. Each zemindar who from the Attock1 to Hansey Issar,2and to the gates of Delhi lets his beard grow, cries Wah gorow3, eats pork,4 wears an iron bracelet, drinks 'bang', abominates the smoking of tobacco
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  17. GuestSingh

    Natural order

    thats not the way the sunday/part-time sikhs, liberal extremists, feminists etc. c it. they wanna challenge everythin even if it goes against tradition, social norms n rehit maryada i.e. walkin side by side durin lavan which will mean one of em either closer or further away from guru ji. so who decides who goes where? or alternating so bride then groom lead twice. who decides to go first? plus it jus looks odd since she holds the sash from behind. apparently this controls his pace so she does actually have sum control over him but these ppl dnt c that. they also dnt c the father of the bride puttin the sash in his daughters lap as an act of submission to the groom either. all they wanna c n focus on is the groom in walkin in front n her followin him. fact is theres no such thing as equality. females today jus wanna enjoy wat man has made n wat excuses woman from any hardship/difficulty. the creator made man n woman different. man is stronger than woman. n woman submits to man durin procreation (unless ur white/not much of a man). think that needs to be understood n respected a bit more imo. a muscular woman who wants to control/dominate in every single way seems not only weird but unnatural too.
  18. GuestSingh

    Natural order

    think uve misinterpreted his words wiv western thinkin here. mai bhago ji surrendered n submitted to guru ji. she served them as a bodyguard n also as a sikh as written for us in gurbani. thats gurmat, not manmat which is wat the rest of us do. she chose to follow the truth. so u cnt say she was led around by a man. dnt think it was ur intention but it sounded like u dnt c guru sahibaan as no different to man. they were waheguru in human form.
  19. Singh1989

    Coincidence or higher sence

    A 3rd possibility is the subconscious mind "saw" the comedian b4 u did. Subconscious mind is not to be under estimated. Oh! I do hope yer reaching higher levels spiritual wise
  20. He can go in just don't follow any of their religious customs. Guru Nanak Ji went everywhere even to mecca.
  21. Singh1989

    Sangat how to find

    Yes. Gurudwara is fantastic starting point. Not only katha and kirtan but more programs go on, like youth programs, katha in English in separate divan or room (a rare commodity these days). Also katha on youtube. Sant Baba Takhur Singh I highly recommend. Listen to one segment of katha yer guaranteed to listen to more n more by him.
  22. Even though it is not a big issue, I don't see the need for you to go inside. Can't you wait in the car?
  23. nav88

    Sangat how to find

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa , Waheguru ji ki Fateh, Sangat ji, I am going through tough times in my life and is turning towards Gurbani recently. I have been reading bani since childhood but not so much with interest. I am not a gursikh as of now but my inclination towards become one is getting strong day by day. Confident, I would reach there someday. I am looking for fellow sangat in the same boat as me or have been in the same shoes at some point in there life, to share discuss and engage and even guide ourselves to the Guru Sahib's way. I am located in Alberta Canada. Any recommended ways that I could find sangat to support, help, prosper and become a true sikh?
  24. Basically a close family friend has asked my grandad (mona) to take them to a mandir in Walsall for whatever reason as they don’t have a car. My dada ji has agreed to take them but it a bit unsure about the route and doesn’t have enough confidence to use the Tom Tom as it’s broken and faulty. I said I will go will with him and put the google maps satnav on my phone. I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with going as long as I don’t do namaskar to the moortiyan and take their parshad, I was just going to go in and sit down at the back and once they’re done come back. However when I told my other relatives (all are non amritdhari) they were like why are you going there? You’re not allowed to go in there! That’s wrong. I don’t think as a amritdhari I am doing anything wrong to go to a mandir if I just go to sit down and not worship. The only reason I am going is so that my grandad knows the route, if I was going to pray and seek advice from a pandit or do pooja would be different. Am I committing a sin? Would like to know sangats view (I know there has been a recent “Hindu Sikh” thread, this has got nothing to do with that).
  25. Wicked Warrior

    Coincidence or higher sence

    When I used to do “a lot” of Paath as a teenager, this happened to me every single day. Talk about a funny scene in a show and it would come on TV that day. Crave a particular food during the day and when I went home, my mum had cooked it without me having said anything. On several occasions, I might have the urge to walk a slightly different route to wherever I was going and I’d find money (least was £5, most was £50). I don’t think it’s magical power but might be more in tune with the world around you. Sadly when I went to uni, I did not keep my paath up and it’s been almost impossible for me to build up to what i used to do, mainly due to time constraints, work pressure, family commitments etc.
  26. kcmidlands

    Natural order

    I remember before i got married i questioned why the man walks in front of the woman at the time of Anand Karaj, the answer i got from many people was it's nothing to do with Sikhi but more to do with culture and out way of thinking. My grandad said something along the lines of " Being in front doesn't always make you superior, look at a horse and cart, the more intelligent one is behind, when we take Guru Sahib somewhere, there is always someone in front clearing the way, that doesn't make them superior to our Guru". Completely agree with what @Redoptics has said, the Anand Karaj isn't about who's in charge, it's about connecting our souls to waheguru.
  27. WaljinderSingh

    Happy Ganesha festival to all hindu-sikhs .

    OP proved himself to be just another troll...
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