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  1. Damn! Beat me to it!...
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  2. Mool Mantar definition 2 Ik Oankar Ik = one unique Oankar = the name of God. The Numeral one stands for a being that is unique and has no other similars to them. God is considered to be Sujati. This means God is the only one of his species and you can find no other like him. Unlike other species you can find them in numbers of more then one such as human beings. There are over 7 billion humans in the world showinh that an individual human is not Sujati as there are over 7 billion similar to them but God has no other remotely similar to them. God is Vijati. This means God has no
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  3. The guy is a missionary. I checked his website he is anti dasam bani.
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  4. How old are you ? I used to think the same until my last two visits to India. If anything, keeping up appearances is much more important in India than the West. You will always be an outsider. But you can make it work if you really want to, probably What would be your livelihood? As you will be aware, farmers have it very difficult in India.
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  5. Don't need to watch the whole video to realise this daktar karminder phd boston is a stain on Gurmat. There are many mentions of sakhis in it. Not with a beginning, middle or end in the conventional sense but there are many sakhis which have some mention in Guru Granth Sahib. If you had read my post (lengthy as it is) then you would have seen for yourself that Bhai Sunder, writes the last days of Guru Sahib as if it were a sakhi. Then why would Guru Sahibuse the names of the Siddhs asking him questions and then responding to them, when Guru Sahib could just have w
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  6. There’s a really nice serial on Netflix, for anyone who is interested....with English subtitles... After their death, the key characters are called by Dharam Raja to explain the roles they played in this epic saga... They all try to justify their actions... The questions asked by the Dharam Raja, are questions that arise in the mind of all of us... The reasons given are very interesting... Good actors in this serial, well played out... Draupadi is played by Kasmmira Irani... The men are portrayed without Kesh, which is such a shame. In the Mahabha
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  7. Maybe worth letting some of them join and see what they post as could be people interested in Sikhi from Hindu backgrounds.
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  8. well so far China has built an outpost inside LOC and the silk road motorway project is moving forward when this completes then it will be easy for China to attack deep into India, pakistan, iran, turkey and into Europe . Modi will goad then surrender territory to China and then call for boycott of china goods whilst giving multi-million contracts to China's CCP party . Osho was right India is a nation of cowards and two faced people. This is the reward for attacking Harmandir Sahib, killing sant lok and making Gursikhs miserable - destruction by Akal Purakh.
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  9. This was posted 10 years ago but It seems to be a possibility in the the near future, more convincing now than it was 10 years ago. Is this included in Dasam Bani as well? The Hindu is full of hankhar today, blinded by it. Hankar is the beginning of the end. Also, insulting Gurus, holy men and prophets has become a norm for Hindus, especially extremist Hindus. The amount of nindiya you see Hindus doing of holy men is alarming. The things they say about the Muslim prophet, Jesus, Mary, and our Gurus is shocking. Its twisted, perverted and sick. Even by accidently reading it you
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  10. well of course we did not need to waste money on this study as this common knowledge that's why hospital bedding, clothing is always collected in biohazard marked bags and run through boil/high temperature washes . the staff that do have to launder their uniforms are given clear instructions on what should be done . Even the ordinary folks were instructed on how to launder washable masks to kill off the viruses /bacteria . In the old days before dousing everything with anti-bac sprays people used to just use hot water and soap , bleach for the extremely dirty/risky things it is a simple probl
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  11. Unfortunately the alcohol never really goes away even when you stop drinking. It just takes some triggers, and then its in your mind again, whether if you act upon it becomes your choice.
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  12. Bingo.It's the panj doot concentrated into a bottle. Chriss Cornell's of the band Audioslave quote.He committed suicide by hanging.
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  13. he was a very very talented singer.
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  14. Alcoholics can be helped if they themselves want to get clean but would need professional support as she might require medication to handle withdrawal symptoms.The problem with alcohol is its legality and easy availability that makes it harder to quit. What a wicked woman!
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  15. You might regret marrying someone completely outside of your ethnicity/culture - not now, but maybe in 10, or 20 years time or when you are in your retired years. Especially if she does not take to Sikhi
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  16. This would have been better in the news/politics forum As far as I know, he wasn't a Sikh, but RIP
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  17. probaly the same for deaths from pneumonia too ...people are hospitalised with flu/pneumonia but they breathe in viral particulates and the PCR test are cycled highand therefore falsely attributed deaths to Covid 19. Monkeying around with numbers to scare the oppressed masses
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  18. Pooran ka Khooh (The well of Bhagat Puran) still exists in Sialkot today. The visitors there are more or less muslims who go there to pray for Bhagat Poorans benevolence in getting a son. I think Qawwalli is sung there daily, if memory serves correct.
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  19. Sakhis help visually drive a message home.
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  20. While the above is true, I think it is only one aspect of Gurbani. That means that while Gurbani is applicable in different scenarios, it also addresses the events of those times. Gurbani has a lot of layers. Honestly, the quote above is a typical way to make an argument that Dasam Granth isn't legit: which he has done - https://sikhivicharforum.org/category/truth-of-bng-dsm-granth/ He also did Ninda of Bhai Vir Singh and Kavi Santokh SIngh - https://sikhivicharforum.org/2018/09/18/the-hijackers-of-sikhi-4/ Tbh, we need to be wary of these types of arguments.
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  21. Take your time, read and digest my rebuttal to his work. It is lengthy but worth knowing when you come up against people like daktar karminder phd boston and his pet rats on Sick Parasite Network.
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  22. Thanks for sharing bro, I've never seen him before but I watched the first 10 mins of the video and had a feeing he was a missionary.
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  23. While the above is true, I think it is only one aspect of Gurbani. That means that while Gurbani is applicable in different scenarios, it also addresses the events of those times. Gurbani has a lot of layers. This is the answer to Karminders nonsense: Then the great doctor goes on to write "Gurbani is Sarab Sanji; by which is meant it is NEVER occasion, location, era or person specific. This means that while Gurbani is always composed at some location, may be composed to draw from specific occasions, and may be uttered in the presence of person or persons – the compositio
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  24. This man Karminder is a malaysian missionary parasite. He is a nindak of everything from Sri Dasme Patshah's granth Sahib to naam simran to every single sakhi there is on Sikhi. That should be the least of your concerns brother. Focus on the lies coming out his mouth first. Read this rebuttal I wrote some years ago to his Babur Bani lies: (https://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/19698-sick-parasite-network-spn-ਜੈਸੀ-ਮੈ-ਆਵੈ-ਖਸਮ-ਕੀ-ਬਾਣੀ/ (It is quite long) This is another shabad that has come on the Sick Parasite Network, written by a learned doctor o
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  25. He wrote an article about this that I read recently: https://sikhivicharforum.org/2020/01/17/khursan-khasmana-kiya-ਖੁਰਾਸਾਨ-ਖਸਮਾਨਾ-ਕੀਆ/#more-2774 What I think he means when he says that there are no sakhis is that: While the above is true, I think it is only one aspect of Gurbani. That means that while Gurbani is applicable in different scenarios, it also addresses the events of those times. Gurbani has a lot of layers. Honestly, the quote above is a typical way to make an argument that Dasam Granth isn't legit: which he has done - https://sikhivicharforum.org/category/truth-o
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  26. Good luck to you, but don't allow yourself to get too enamoured at this stage. Use your head, not just your heart. I know a few Punjabis who got caught out by Chinan girls. These Chinans said all the right things at first, but as soon as marriage was done and dusted, they took the husband away from his family, and basically isolated and started gaslighting him. To understand why they do this, you'll need to appreciate some facts about the Chinese mentality and demeanour.
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  27. Another story which I really like is the story of Pooran Bhagat. His father, a local king, married a second wife, she was much younger than the old king and was a similar age to Pooran. The second wife then got attracted to pooran and tried to get it on with him. Pooran being a saintly young man said to the young Queen that despite her young age, in rishta she is equal to his mother. The young Queen got furious and told the king that Pooran tried raping her. The king was infatuated with his young wife and believed everything she said, and he ordered his son, Pooran, to be thrown into a well. P
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  28. I would suggest that listening or reading Dr Vandana Shiva's work on environmental issues in India and food /water security is a must for sikhs as it cuts straight to the heart of what is detroying Punjab's fertility and health not to mention future . https://climateandcapitalism.com/2011/06/08/vandana-shiva-the-great-land-grab-indias-war-on-farmers/ https://williambowles.info/2021/02/05/bill-gates-and-neo-feudalism-a-closer-look-at-farmer-bill/ important point for Indians 'Gates funds Diversity Seek (DivSeek), a global project he launched in 2015 to map the genomes and genome sequ
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  29. the luddites were protecting their individual familiy's existence and bread against the cheaper imported cotton of India and the mechanised looms . They knew that it was the loot of farmers just like themselves from elsewhere that propped up the millowners business and the millowners also were demanding their children to work the dangerous machinery . It is always the poor that get exploited to feed the rich's greed
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  30. I wouldn't fall into the trap of thinking goreh are lofty beings immune to the lure of material things. Having worked with them for the past couple of years they tend to demand maximum rates for the least expenditure of effort on their part. It's not just one or a few; it's across the board. They just happen to be very good at deflecting attention from their greed through banter and a cheery demeanour whereas apne have that beady-eyed determination to accumulate, lacking the necessary social graces to mask our bhokh. It's what the English use to refer as breeding, i.e. the central issue isn't
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  31. agree with that. it has been like this since Guru ji time too. majority of us choose to go with the flow. I just don't like the idea of capitalism. and maybe saying this makes me hypocritical but there's nothing wrong with having an opinion and working on it. bro
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  32. a decent talk and I agree we need to stop listening to those who wish us to think small
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  33. well what does it take to be a khalsa ? rehit, study of all granths and faiths but full faith in our own, learn as many languages and cultures as possible , be educated and aware of the world, ecologically conscious and protective of the voiceless environment, learn herbal and ayurvedic medicine , shastar vidhiya, learn to play an instrument to accompany kirtan (learn raag) , learn rajniti of others and be strategic thinkers and that is a basic skill set . If we had huge groups of such people , how could we not suceed? if people are worried about a country on principles of halemi raj rat
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  34. This discussion is not a debate it is a discussion of teaching people the words of Sants and of Japji Sahib. If you don't agree that is okay then don't read.
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  35. No, it's just a really dear friend...
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  36. By forgot I mean not recite. The person forgots Japji and lives in Maya
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  37. there is a community of Tamil speaking sikhs from Punjab out there , just need to get them on board to help increase commincation and outreach. From what I have read Tamils are more amenable to Guru ji's message of equality and brotherhood .
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  38. I bet BJP is sending out their henchmen as we speak to "persuade" them to change their plans. Anna hazaare was about to start his fast before BJP Davendra Fadnavas paid him a visit.
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  39. Not foot. Feet. Mecca moved to wherever the Qazi moved Guru Sahib's feet. Haven't heard that one. Will look into it. My dear neighbour, who would need a counter argument when the best scholars of Islam never had an argument in the first place? That is MY fault. It is the fault of EVERY Sikh on this forum, in the street you live in, in the cities they inhabit and the countries they reside in. Guru Nanak gave us (and you) the message, yet because of our (sikh) weaknesses we have not be able to take them to a level or audience they deserve.
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  40. I think a few of the so-called 'higher-caste' apnay struggled with that in the past, and it shows in their extant writing. Hell, some apnay still struggle with that today. lol
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  41. All these ill-talkers have no idea what they are saying. If I sat with them (or any of us sangat) about the reality they would be so sorry and ask for maafi, they don't even know the fundamentals of what a Sikh should be, how can go go about and judge Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindranwale who stood up for dharam just like the Singhs and Guru Sahiban did in the old times. The Khalsa was created to ensure the Singhs had such power vested in each individual. Watch the video for yourself, he was accused then, of course slanderers will come out now. They're horrible people. By actually s
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  42. What is the general concensus regarding this situation? I started researching the life of Sant Jarnali Singh Ji last year after realising I knew next to nothing about the truth. I have also come across this point of view from certain loyal Sikhs who - although they don't admit it openly - believe he was a prophet. I personally don't know what to think. What I do know (by listening to Sant Ji's various kathas and watching their videos) is that Sant Ji would never position himself in such a way. Its contradictory to everything he taught the sangat. I don't know. If he was, then I would have
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  43. I personally can't relate to that, but I have seen it in my family/relatives. The results are devastating. It's happening with my one of my cousin sisters atm she spends months living around her friends house to avoid her mother. But now she's going get a flat for herself. In fact she's even considering moving across the Atlantic to avoid her mother. Her mother says things like that she never wanted her and that she wanted a son instead, and that she was a mistake etc her mother says things like that she hopes her daughter never settles and ends up in a bad marriage. O
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  44. No , you said the following, meaning if I don't memorize Japji Sahib I'm useless. What i want to know is, where does Guru Ji say this. 'Kavi Santhok Singh Ji says about Japji Sahib In the way a rice husk is useless without a grain of rice, a Sikh is useless without having memorized Japji Sahib.'
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  45. Where are your sources for this? You are now talking about the trinity, which in itself opens up a whole different subject.
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  46. Can you lot grow up and watch the entire video, before jumping to conclusions. I know Guru Granth Sahib Ji, is the truth and I also believe there is no sakhis within. Now let's take Sidth Ghoste for example no story actually fact history and wisdom. Some people define the term 'stories' as made up and some define the term as historical events. Both definitions are correct, I use 'stories' as made up. There is one great book if you love stories. It is known as 'The greatest story ever told' Also don't resort to name calling even if you don't agree with someo
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  47. That's a shame. I use to listen to his songs when driving. In fact he was a favourite of Punjabi long-haul and taxi drivers. Songs of lost loves and broken hearts in the pind. Pleasant, mournful voice. EDIT: Just realised I was thinking of Durga Rangila not Sardool Sikander. I got them mixed up.
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  48. Sakhi King, try spending more time on understanding Gurbani, than continously reading Sakhi's.
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