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  1. For a long time I've heard Singhs crying over one thing, and this finally needs to be said. "Sikh girls don't find men with beards and turbans attractive" "Sikh girls want clean shaven men" "Go to India to find a decent Sikh girl who will accept your kesh" "I think about cutting my hair so girls will like me" What have you guys been smoking? Firstly, how do you define "Sikh" girls? It seems that most people are actually referring to typical Punjabi kurriya, in which case, why is the word "Sikh" being thrown around? It takes A LOT more to be a Sikh of the Guru than simply being born into
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  2. UK political leader visits Amritsar to pay his respects and then to raise Sikh demands with Indian Government Simon Hughes MP, the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats and someone very close to the Sikh community is today (Sunday 2 October) to pay his respects when he visits the Harmandir Sahib Complex. The visit has been organised by the Sikh Federation (UK) who have arranged for Simon Hughes MP to meet with Sikh youth leaders and discuss five specific issues where he has been briefed: I. Justice for the June and November 1984 massacres and subsequent human rights violations – p
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  3. Your personality plays very important role. If one is Sikh by choice but have sort of inferiority complex (everyone does at some point of life) then your life will be hard. True that majority of girls and boys look for superficial stuff when talking about rishta and do not get discouraged by that as people changes their viewpoints day after day. Sunsingh's post is very informative ! To ppl who are posting messages such as 'get over this', stop whining etc.. To them, all I can say is to have some sense.. Is this the way to support your brothers?? Many will disagree with me but my strong advi
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  4. Beware of this man, he equates reading Dasam Bani to sins committed by MASSA RANGAR! He is saying that if Massa Rangar and Bhai Sukha Singh and Bhai Mehtab Singh Ji were to have a conversation today he would ask why he is being punished when the sins he committed are being committed by the panth today e.g. sharaab, dance of kanjaria (ref. to Dasam Bani) etc And indirectly suggests that those kirtaniye who recite the Bani of Dasam pita be punished as Bhai Sukha Singh Mehtab Singh punished Massa Rangar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhWij2Pdl9E&feature=related
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  5. Wow...that's an amazing achievement! The fact that Simon Hughes is the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats is raising such high profile cases for Sikhs on behalf of Sikhs is an outstanding achievment by the Sikh Federation!!! Well Done!
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  6. Sarabjit Singh Dunda is misleading the sangat. He talks of Sukha Singh Mehtab Singh, but if you read Sikh missionary collage's own book on Dasam Granth, "Dasam Granth Bare" they said that it was Sukha Singh and Mehtab Singh who insisted that all of the Dasam Granth be compiled into a single granth if their mission to punish Massa Rangar is successful, which means they supported Dasam Granth. And now Sarabjit Singh Dunda is contradicting Sikh missionary's own literature by using the name of Sukha Singh in his imaginary talk with Massa Rangar. Secondly, he implies that Kirtanis do kirtan of Cha
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  7. http://sobhasinghartist.com/religions.html
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  8. its GURU NANAK DEV JI'S calligram using JAPJI SAHIB by devinder singh
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  9. though it may be small consolation, it is written in our karams who we will marry. some get married earlier, some later. in my case, my marriage date was set at age 30. but then again, i had insanely high standards and was not well networked due to coming into sikhi at a much later age. your best bet is to do seva in sikh organisations or at the gurdwara as parents etc will notice you, go to youth group meeting ssa meetings, and focus on building yourself up. when people focus too much on getting a partner they worry a lot, instead shift the focus to building up your own value. work out, take
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  10. i completely agree with californiasardar. its not only the party girls that are not with the turbaned sikhs but some prominent sikh girls are also with not only clean shaven guys but rather hindu guys. i didn't want to point fingers at anybody but just to provide some examples for confused and floating, i will mention couple of names here. nothing personal against these sikh women but since they have earned name for themselves in the community i thought i wll start with them. i know other examples too but those people are not as active in community as these two. First contender is Valarie ka
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  11. We all flip flop a lot these days... One day we will be praising someone and then next day we will be labeling them as sinh. Sadly, most of the time these short 15min fame figures turn out too be bogus and we all get discouraged when we find out their reality. Most damaging part is that we don't feel the hope of doing anything for our community after finding out lots of creepy characters. Whenever someone creates something good, we should focus on the product rather than becoming the die-hard fan of the person who brought it to you. In order to avoid internal problems, we definitely need to l
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  12. This Hukamnama has me really puzzled. I have read it probably more than 5 times today and everytime the meaning changes for me. So far what i think Satguru is saying to us is that we need to separate what is permanent and what is temporary. We say this life is a dream, but in our hearts we don't follow this truth. We all have something that is worldly that makes us feel better about ourselves and we thrive on this subconsciously to keep us going throughout life. Say for a second that one thing or couple of things are taken away from you? How would you feel, what would you go through and
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  13. Guru ka pyare here is the Hukamnama for Sri Darbar Sahib of today. It really makes you think deep of what is permanent and what comes and goes. rwmklI mhlw 5 ] (885-12) raamkalee mehlaa 5. Raamkalee, Fifth Mehl: pvnY mih pvnu smwieAw ] (885-12, rwmklI, mÚ 5) pavnai meh pavan samaa-i-aa. The wind merges into the wind. joqI mih joiq ril jwieAw ] (885-12, rwmklI, mÚ 5) jotee meh jot ral jaa-i-aa. The light blends into the light. mwtI mwtI hoeI eyk ] (885-13, rwmklI, mÚ 5) maatee maatee ho-ee ayk. The dust becomes one with the dust. rovnhwry kI kvn tyk ]1] (885-13, rwmklI, mÚ 5) ro
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  14. Thanks for reporting the unruly posts. I have also gone ahead and removed all the off topic replies
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  15. I see, i'm not sure. Hopefully someone can explain it more.
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  16. Singhji ive also heard the five kands are actual physical places where the soul can remain temporarily ..with the the exception of sachkhand which is permanent....also multiple naraks are also a reality where manmukhs are sent to be punished....we need more discussion on this.this issue has never really been highlighted on this forum..
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  17. Sikhs believe we keep going through the cycle of birth and death until we realize we have to merge back into Waheguru. Sikhs believe we've been given this life as a chance to finally merge back into Waheguru. Check out this lecture, it's in English and explains a lot on Sikhi, especially how a Sikh should live:
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  18. Most Sikhs (mainly Jatts) have sown their own seeds and let's see what the outcome will be. The refusal to knowledge the issue with complex technical arguments and spurious history lessons whilst knowingly ignoring the state of things today is bordering on delusional. When Jatts and Chamars are facing each other with machete's perhaps they will think of West London Singh's lecture and blame the whole thing on Heer Ranjha......dam that Waris Shah!! The killing of Sant Rammand was a big mistake, tensions were already building up but that incident was the catalyst, Chamars now have the confiden
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