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  1. Innergear, let me answer your question. iz bogus iz wong anz poopoo dees daz juz wnz ickscuzez to hav loz galfend aanz bois. If you didnt understand me theres something seriously wrong with u loool :biggrin2:
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  2. Have you read Guru Granth Sahib? http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.gurbani?Action=Page&Param=1
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  3. Dats bogus ur-ine geezerr blaad plop plop tru dat, wenz iz ceez deez mareed coupons, am lik - SISEEZZZ!! Singers 4eve!!! lik, u knw
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  4. While discussing who did the most damage to sikhism is its good but discussing it without any solutions makes us weak and bunch of cry babies. We need to stop playing an victim role and move on to do our part. The faith which was born out of sharpness of sword, the hardship its a given and told when you take amrit.. i m not suggesting that its fate and we should just suck it up ..No...but given iron fist response in form of political activism and other ways - within international legal frame work. Nothing has changed, it's same sun, same moon which was there in guru's time, we have same amoun
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  5. A guy can be spiked/raped/blackmailed. Muslim girls are just involved in the conversions as the muslim guys. Don't be fooled to think rape/drink spiking/blackmail only can happen to a girl. I get that a familyz issat is on the girls head. But these things can/have happened to guys too. If our guys focused more on strengthening relations with their sisters than pub/club most of this would be avoided as girl wouldn't seek attention outside the family home&guy wouldn't waste valuable time in a club/pub instead hed use that time to bond with his sister.
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  6. Anhad, as the name implies, is a Superhero who has come to Earth to eradicate evil by all possible means, with the teachings of the Holy Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. He was found in a village Kotli an imaginative place. Growing up to be tall and handsome, young Anhad becomes a fantastically gifted master of the Sikh martial art of Gatka, which he learned from his Father Amrik Singh. Our hero's life story then takes many turns as Anhad struggles through tragic incidents, tough times and tests, until one day when 17 year old Anhad becomes a Superhero. Visit http://www.anhadthesuperhero.blogspo
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  7. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh They are on Bhai Sahibs website - http://sangharshdasach.com/home.php?page=letter They are all in Punjabi - if you have others who wish to read but are unable to read Punjabi - please read it to them, as translating his letters English,you lose Bhai Sahibs 'Dham' that are in his words.
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  8. Good point. Where are bhai sahibs letters? Surely they still write daily? We need bhai sahibs letters to keep us awake!
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  9. yh thats fine thanks bro seems good.
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  10. Fateh bro get a adjustable gatra u can do that police thing its the best way, and keep a small 3 inch kirpan in it they'll never now! the adjustable gatra can get really small to be like the police harness i tried it i have two of those gatra's aswell
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  11. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh For some time Bhai Sahib has written many letters, some were direct to 'Panthic' leaders and questioning their role in the movement and their conduct. Our senior leaders were tight lipped, however certain letters written by Bhai Sahib eg the famous 'neelian paga' were a field day for many senior leaders, they were loving it on Sikh channel and Sangat TV, all well and good, but I thought our leaders were more politically astute, because now it seems to be their turn, a Babbar leader has been targeted why are not the wing of that group in the UK not t
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  12. well there are always two sides to a topic. @onlyfive, how can one say what a person is like inside. Nobody can see inside the person, and would either need to be god or a brahmgiani in order to do that. I'm not putting all amritdharis down, before somebody says i've written wrong. I have full respect for amritdharis, but I have also experienced that what you have experienced with moneh people. Because they took amrit did not mean they are nice people from inside. One can only be nice and clean from inside if they practise the rehat maryada after taking amrit and that does not mean just w
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  13. Im embarrassed to read the comments people have put on here about hatred and gangs...you people call yourselves sikh ? you should be ashamed, is that all you have learnt about Sikhism ??
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  14. Please dont ever refer to another Sikh as "Giani Ji", even in jest, unless they really are one. It's degrades the real Gianis, who we should all respect. To hear it come from a fellow Sikh is even more hurtful
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  15. Sikhs guys shouldn't be going to clubs either. Fair is fair. The arguments about rape, spiking of drinks, etc., for females is all well and good but if guys set an example maybe these shenanigans might not occur? Probably wishful thinking on my part. Although I've heard of some guys saying "We only go to keep an eye on our girls so they don't get involved in anything dodgy". Yeah right. :biggrin2:
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  16. U seem to project ur self higher than Guru first be a good sikh .Guru ji said Rehat Pyari mujh ko Sikh Pyara nahi.U seem to forget the misdeeds of nirmals,udasis after the Ranji Singh when these sects controlled the gurdwaras .They used to exploit the sikh women and introduced hindu practces in the Gurdwaras and all udassis and nirmalas supported and helped Mahant Narain dass and others in massacre of sikhs see the book about Akali morchas wriiten by some writer josh
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  17. I think this video highlights how Punjab police's whole ethos and development is still in a time warp from the time of the British Raj and has not moved on with the times, hence their institutionalised attitude of trying to oppress and subjugate the public. We should be campaigning for reforms and modernisation in the Punjab Police.
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  18. They aren't allowed except when they are goreh. Obviously that needs to change
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  19. Of course you can go to the Gurdwara and you can do seva too. Guru Sahib has never said a woman cannot do seva due to her period. It's natural for women to get this.
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  20. Shouldn't be any confusion, the truth is coming out, our so called leaders have been misleading the panth. Alot of things coming out.
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  21. Rebelsingh "what Chauder" have you seen the amount of Gurdwaras in Birmingham / Southal ie Singh Sabha, Ramgharia, Bhatra ALL CASTE based etc they ALL need Committees with a leader and his minions if this is not Chauder I don't know what is... why do these mugs need to call themselves leaders maybe in the real world they can't speak good enough English to be head of anything else.
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  22. Sant Bhindranwale was never a Khalistani, he was made into one , as were majority of Khalistanis after bluestar. In our history we have had very very powerful external enemies, but we have survived as the sikhs were dedicated to sikhi. Now as our dedication decreases, powerful enemies seem unbeatable. why the decline in sikhi? no 1 reason, Gurdwaras have lost thier way, and lost the plot, of whatthey are axtually there for.
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  23. ok veer ji, but the current issue in Darbar Sahib will not last. It will change in the future, a lot will change. Singhs who do possess hidden ego of inequality will regret it in the future and will become humbled due to seeing the power of singhnia. Guru Sahib will give Singhnia high honour in the future, which will be for those Singhnia who have high respect and love for Guru Sahib through immense Naam and Gurbani Abhiyaas. Regarding an elders opinion, elders/youngster Gursikh talk a lot about their own false views from lacking a Bhramgyan Bibek Budh. Any view I hear which does not show equ
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  24. Ek0sikh and PAL07- You both should be ashamed of yourself to proudly make such a lowly statement about singhnia. Any singhni is allowed to take part in an Akhand Paath. There is nothing amazing about Singhs over Singhnia regardless of what a rehit may state. If you want to make such ridiculous sexist statements then become a Muslim. This type of thinking is manmat, even if this comes from a Gursikh, it doesnt make it true. Vaheguru is impartial and looks upon everyone equally. Gurbani calls both men and women on earth as soul-BRIDES. Also, Guru Gobind Singh jee states Khalsa mero roop hai kh
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  25. Aside from external forces I'd say we are the biggest cause of our own misery on a micro level. We tend to gravitate towards making the wrong decisions time-after-time. You could argue that if we were resolute in our adherence to the faith, problems like drugs, the dera culture, basically anything or anyone who is clearly not good for Sikh interests should have been ignored and ostracised. But we don't do that.
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  26. The ideal gurdwara should also have stables and horses, for Sikhs to learn horse-riding.
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  27. My mum made alsi diyan pinniya. Problem is, can you still class them as healthy with all the sugar that goes in them?
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  28. Not sure if this is the right thread for this, or whether I should have started a new thread, but after watching Sangat TV's brilliant broadcast from Ranjeet Singh's house and shaheed Jaspal singh's house yesterday...I think we all need to be aware of things that are hapening. Firstly, let me start by saying how pleased I was to see how the entire household of Ranjeet Singh became Amritdhari on the day of Jaspal Singh's funeral, and how the kind hearted Sikhs from around the world have been raising so much much needed money for them. Shaheed Jaspal Singh's family, who are in a stronger finan
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  29. I wish I done it earlier !! Like when I was just 17 years old like you. If you don't mind me saying, that amazing feeling you are having will only grow the more your adhere to nitnem and keep Sikhi Sangat. When you strive to be a good ambassador for Sikhs to honour your Dastaar/turban, that is when you really start to become successful in all areas of life! Sikhi is an amazing way of life, it benefits both the Sikh, and those around the Sikh - Sarbat da bhala !!
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  30. You should visit the Gupt section once in a while. Some amritdharis asking about where to obtain motivation to wake up at amritvela, cease the act of....self-pleasure, etc. Its not as easy as some think. For some its a constant challenge, especially for youngsters who may have taken amrit but were not emotionally mature enough to fully understand the huge responsibility it entails.
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  31. No, outer rehat is not the most difficult, the amritdhari may perhaps find that slander that may come with it is very difficult to overcome, but there is nothing difficult about keeping outer rehat. And in fact, some who keep outer rehat do not even bother about keeping inner rehat as I'm sure you well know- they're living too comfortable thinking they've got it on lockdown just by donning the amritdhari dress, waking up at amritvela and keeping away from meat, alcohol etc(all Easy as pie). With inner rehat comes challenges that the bhagat never saw coming, the tests that lead one into moment
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  32. I wouldn't say "easy". Initially when starting out on the path, outer rehat is THE most difficult hurdle to overcome. But, as you suggested, when the outer rehat has been mastered and you really get into the flow of things, the constant battle with your innerself to be the best Sikh you can possibly be is the true test. That really does separate the men from the boys.
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  33. this is what gives Sikhs a bad name and the world laugh at the hypocrisy we create for ourselves. No wonder we have so many threads about punjabi girls converting islam going out with muslims and not with singhs, etc, etc.At least they clearly state the role of their women. We claim our Guru's said one thing,yet we are spreading something else. I feel so sorry for our Sikhi Sisters, many of whom have much higher jeevan than singhs and do more paath and simran and have more love for our Guru only to be told by some fat, back-ward minded singh what she can and cant do. We need to forget arguin
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  34. Why, pray tell, are women not allowed to do Paath? I always thought that, you know, Starting with Guru Nanak that men and women were equal. But since you personally disagree with this, I guess they were wrong and you are right. Good job.
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  35. So true. A lot of Sikhs i have heard say bad things about rehat, like it makes us worse or something, as if its a weight around our necks. Guru knows our shortcomings, but we should never say or think bad about rehat, just becasue we find it hard to aspire to them.
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  36. akashdeep singh ji well done! your work is great... keep it up... you will only get better. i really admire your approach to sikhsangat... you have come here sharing with us something diffferent and you have also kindly offered your graphic skills to many as seva. we need more people like you and we should always support those that are working in benefit of the sangat. guru kirpa di naal may you continue to be successful in the work you do, inparticular serving the panth. ps you can request for the admins to change the title of the thread
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  37. We are nothing sir, our guru, Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji is all superior, Anhad is a true follower of Guru maharaj, its not that people bow down their head infront of him as per story, Rest sir I think reading the book can very well justify your answer and yes sir he is no doubt the lowest of the low, dont worry on that part sir.
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  38. You are absolutely right veerji, I appreciate your views and thoughts. wearing a pagh is issue for u?? prince of persia(game, story or movie) wears a pagh too, so does it becomes religious?? and about the jokes: sir please go and watch some of the bollywood movies, the person who is represented as Sardar who does stupid acts and acts stubborn, speaks stupid dialogues, he wears a pagh too. Is that ok for u?? Search for "chaar din ki chandni" trailer on youtube and say thanks to them lol. MY MOTIVE IS TO PORTRAY THE RIGHT IMAGE OF SARDARS. I will make movies, I will write books. THIS IS MY
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  39. WGKK WGKF, Veerji its just the title of the book, it is Anhad Singh s/o Amrik Singh as per the story.
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  40. I'm sure I won't be the only one thinking this but Anhad Ji needs a beard. It would be really cool if he develops and grows older and in later issues grows his beard. That would be cool.
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  41. Lordy me! Can a man not even trust a Singhni anymore?!?
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  42. Excellent thread. I agree with the majority of the suggestions you've made. I will try not to duplicate what you have suggested. Here are some of my thoughts for the future. 1. Regular weekly English Katha on sunday's at all UK gurdwaras. 2.Every gurdwara should have a feedback mechanism where sangat can provide feedback on current services, services which they would like the gurdwara to provide and ideas for improvement. 3. Support groups for- single parents/widows/divorcees. alcoholics/drug users. 4. Improved use of media- facebook, youtube, email, text message, gurdwara website, 5.
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  43. The only way out is Naam. There is no other way out. Suicide gets the soul into more troubles than we can even imagine.
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