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  1. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh Just wanted to share some of Sant ji's speeches. @GurjantGnostic Veerji i remember last time you were asking for katha in english.These are some of Sant ji's speeches in english. Bhul Chuk Maf
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  2. No its not ill show you the email, and its not their fault they try to help , Waheguru
    3 points
  3. Fantastic Veer Ji. I sort through them looking for english and don't always find it. Sort of immerse myself in the Punjabi, but the subtitles are ultimately where it's at for me right now.
    3 points
  4. I was too interested in this topic, so I went and google about this guy. And look what I found.
    3 points
  5. Much better knowing I have a roof over my head, thank you for asking.
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  6. Totally ridiculous thread. My suggestion would be to get married in a church or court marriage. Skip Anand Karaj if not too keen of our pious traditions.
    3 points
  7. Now it me and Guru Ji , i fulfilled my destiny and I pray 4 my wife not me, someday ill meet her again if I haven't already
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  8. Don't mind them. Many people on these forums think it is amusing to laugh at others' misfortune. Hope you are well.
    2 points
  9. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa , Waheguru ji ki Fateh , firstly what you are doing is throwing out sikh culture and gurmat for some supposed 'modern' and WISER ???? way , in some mistaken impression you know what Guru ji meant better than he did. If you are happy and grateful for being a sikh on the long line of sacrificing sikhs upon whose bodies you stand then it should not be US the descendents, telling the GURU that 'we know better than you' and altering his given ways to bless you both as a Couple. If you look at the history of the Lavaan it has ZERO to do with Vedic resams as we ar
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  10. Very honest video and discussion, its refreshing for a change. Only got uploaded an hour ago, I think Sikh feminists and Sikh fem-men will get very upset with it. It's good they got a Sikh woman to talk about it, and allowing a man to have a say as well.
    1 point
  11. I've said this before. Sikhi did a lot in civilising Indians. The Hindu and Muslim attitude towards rape is barbaric.
    1 point
  12. Idk if that tweet is true, however, she is from the leftist circles. We should be careful how we proceed with her, and Mandeep Punia. Their contribution is well appreciated, but their loyalty to leftist ideology vs Sikhi is questionable.
    1 point
  13. My father in law sorted my accommodation, so thankful for him
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  14. If it wasn't for Covid, I would say come stay with me for a bit until you get your accommodation sorted. It's a shame for whatever reason, you can't stay with parents or some family/relatives etc.
    1 point
  15. You're marrying the love of your life (supposedly), and you're more worried about whether if you're walking behind, beside or in front of him. Rather than booking the nearest wedding date available in great anticipation, to get married to person you love, you're delaying the process because of your insecurities. I suggest you go back to basics and ask yourself, what does this person mean to you? why are you marrying him? and why Anand Karaj? and what is your priority in this relationship? Its not too late to reconsider, modern Sikh marriages suggest that marriage isn't for everyone.
    1 point
  16. There is no discriminatory practice here, as in Gurbani we as an individual are represented as a bride. A lot of today's society is seeing discrimination in places where there isn't. Please try and adhere to the traditional way of Anand Karaj. No one calls discrimination when the bride comes after the groom in christian marriages - it is a metaphor as well In the past, one had to take Amrit to even have an Anand Karaj - http://dailysikhupdates.com/gursikhs-anand-karaj-1900-says-elderly-grandmother/
    1 point
  17. The stigma of Cannabis comes from the hippie era during the 60's and 70's. It gave a very liberal, careless thinking about cannabis. But if you look at other cultures such as ours, we were more conservative when it came to cannabis. We consumed it in a liquid form-just like the majority of Asian countries. We used it for wounds and cuts during battles, for chronic pain, joint pain and even digestion (the CBD found in cannabis helped with this). However, the THC content is what one should be weary of since it can alter the mind. When it's necessary, moderation is the key. It recentl
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  18. Basics of Sikhi made a video about that. The shabad was mistranslated.
    1 point
  19. I’ve been to India several times. Visiting Gurdware is great. I really want to go to Patna Sahib. But i get fed up after 4 weeks and want to come back. I’ve noticed the people are different.
    1 point
  20. I wouldn't take too much notice of the chugalkhors, these people are everywhere and if it weren't for your Chinese girlfriend, they would find something else to do chugli about. One thing to understand is that chugliyan only work when they have an effect on the person who the chugliyan are being said about. If you disregard these chugliyan and make is known that they do not affect you then these people will move on to chugliyan about other people. If you show that these are affecting you then these chugliyan will keep on being spread. Anyway good luck and all the best for your future.
    1 point
  21. maybe it is just rubbing them up the wrong way because her being an outsider IS being a better sikh than they themselves i.e. it holds up the mirror to their faults . Don't take it the wrong way stay on your intended path and Waheguru ji will help you , don't let naysayers rob your family of peace of mind . I myself have been along your path so know it can get tough ignoring the backbiting but you have to to suceed, they gave us months and we just had our silver wedding anniversary , four kids all brought up in sikhi , it's doable just be a strong and communicative couple . Stay in chardikala
    1 point
  22. Brother, just ignore them. Other than that there's not much you can do. It's great how she is willing to practice Sikhi, learn our language and most importantly raise your kids with joodas, our identity, what more can you ask for ? Ignore what people say.
    1 point
  23. This is amazing. Just finished this. It's gonna trigger some people but what needs to be said needs to be said.
    1 point
  24. I typed a long paragraph and it seemed to have disappeared. To know the truth watch this channel on yt: The Bernician They are free(masons) . Type that into bitchute
    1 point
  25. Is this ok? I have a lot of light in my room and it reflects off the black pages.
    1 point
  26. Nothing to worry about. It's probably due to so many Sikhs attaining Brahmgyani status which means they transcend archaic labels of religion and connect to the Source directly. It's all good.
    1 point
  27. point was the experiment results , try to keep you mind on the subject , he dropped fat fast and got better results with his weight training, than doing a strict dietary routine.
    1 point
  28. Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum is located in Ludhiana on Ludhiana Phillaur Road.
    1 point
  29. 17th century match lock gun, kirches, swords and shields
    1 point
  30. 17th century dagger, khokhri and flint lock gun
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  31. In Sarbloh Granth Sahib, word pistol comes and some people create doubt that pistol came into Punjab after jyoti-jyot of Dasmesh Pita, so Sarbloh Granth is not Guru Sahib's rachna. But at this war museum, 17th century pistol is on display. 17th century Pistol, Kataar and Kirch
    1 point
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  33. OP - you handled that situation with grace, respect to you for that. In terms of "giving an answer", this involves knowing your own religion (which I'm sure you do), but also knowing their religion and (unfortunately) poking holes in it. Studying a philosophy/religion/spiritual path with the sole intention of finding its faults is a fruitless waist of time and gives you no peace. However, studying with the intention to find similarities and understand differences gives a greater reward (speaking from experience). The thing about giving someone like that an answer is you first ne
    1 point
  34. She was being sly, by implying that our faith specifically and all others are wrong and only hers is right but she wouldn't come and say that directly to your face.She wants to you come to realize that for yourself. It sounds like some passive agressive <banned word filter activated>. She didnt come there to learn something new it sounds like.She made her statement and left it in the open for all around to hear. She's basically saying "I believe this" and your belief doesnt match mine, so what's wrong with your belief. She was there to undermine our faith. You could've responded
    1 point
  35. Bana doesn't always necesarily include a Chola if that's what you're alluding to. Bana is essentially Panj Kakkar, Dastaar, Kamarkassa, Shastar. By some I think you mean the majority. Most Amritdharis don't wear Bana on every single occasion they're able. Although I agree perhaps more of an effort should be made ideally speaking. And most Amritdhari Sikh women also wear a chunni including many of those who wear a Keski/Dastaar. Many millions of women seem to do plenty of demanding physically laborious tasks just fine in saris too. Exaggeration as usual. If a sari is p
    1 point
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  37. Only way to liberation is bhakti there are no shortcuts Wood is used because its cheap and easily available and reduces cooking time.
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  38. Phone up the various Sikh charity organizations. Tell them you're a Muslim who's being disturbed by his Sikh neighbours who won't stop blasting kirtan. If they seem hesitant to help, say the magic L word. Tell them you need some LANGAR. There'll be trucks, TV cameras, and all sorts outside your B&B as quick as a flash.
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  39. 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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  41. There seems to be a lot of immature people with a low IQ here.
    -6 points
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