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  1. Wish you a Chardikala future ahead Khalsa ji. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh!
    5 points
  2. It's because these people who are not following maryada have become the majority, and most people are with them, so they don't really care any more. These people don't care about the guru, they only care about themselves and what's best for them.
    4 points
  3. All of this stuff happens in Sydney, where there's a lot more hindu sikh beef. Not many people have heard of this here in Northern Melbourne, it's really friendly here between hindus and sikhs in the open public. My gujrati mates were telling me how their parents are obsessed with modi and love him. But no one's done anything in public yet.
    4 points
  4. Like, who other than jagsaw me and admin are posting in this thread lol?
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  5. little bro , you could still complete the thread post when you can . Stay in Chardikala .
    3 points
  6. Many people think he still blesses us with many accounts.
    3 points
  7. They're just people that want attention somehow and have no skills in life so they just become kusre. They're all just nobodies who are just wannabe fame who*res.
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  8. I must say my time on this form has been great though it is toxic it was fun to learn and to teach. But as all things I must say bye. I may come on sometimes but not as much. I am leaving as I want to continue my journey and try to destroy all distractions. As Akal wills I walk. If Akal does kirpa my dreams may come true though there is only one dream that I truly care about which is entering the courts of Akal. I know I am a sinner. I have commited many sins and I am so young ,but I hope Akal lets me in and I hope that Akal makes me sit at his lotus feet. I dream one day that I learn vidya fr
    2 points
  9. Creating refuges one place, then allowing some of them come drive your taxis is not civilized. Like who partitioned? So who created two nations and three plus genocides exactly? And who profited at every step of the way?
    2 points
  10. Ah found it. If you like hearing...um ghost stories told to you by grown men who used to be navy seals this uhh...channel is for you.
    2 points
  11. These Singhs are not used to getting female attention. If they got attention from 5'9" leggy model type Russian blondes, then they probably would have enough self confidence not to be swayed by her. However, the average looking girl has one thing that the 5'9" leggy blonde does not have and that is they are seen as attainable. It's the girl next door vibe.
    2 points
  12. Dewani definitely seems like a bottom. The tadka skills must be mind-blowing.
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  13. Oneitis is like an obsession over one person to the exclusion of everyone else.
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  14. This ain't that uncommon. Look at that gandu who had his wife killed in South Africa. The authorities gave him a free pass here. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6015765/Millionaire-nursing-home-boss-Shrien-Dewani-finds-love-new-boyfriend.html If you're a straight man of colour - the establishment try and crucify you as some neanderthal misogynistic pussoo at every opportunity. It's a game that they've played for centuries now. Others they cover up for.
    2 points
  15. There was a time when I would've agreed with your sentiment here. But since I've been interacting with Dasam bani, especially CP - it seems like Singhs are being specifically told not to be this very type of mug. Johnny Depp and Amber Heard come to mind on this one! I notice there is also a type of guy that likes to try and 'fix' broken chicks. They usually end up getting shafted too. However, a common strategy by certain blokes it to entertain the lady for so long, and then break up when things are too much, and have a next one lined up when they do.
    2 points
  16. Religiously-minded guys with very little worldly exposure get done for big time in these types of situations. On one hand it's admirable how they wish to retain their purity of spirit, lol, by seeing the good in everyone, but when the deception is so strong that they're convinced the demon is an angel, that's when people get hurt. Deceiving these types of guys, to my mind, is a sin. They're genuinely decent souls who are being introduced to a world of pain they never asked for. There's also another subgroup populated by braggarts who think they can make a housewife out of a you-know-who,
    2 points
  17. Wishing you all the best brother...who knows, maybe we'll see you in the future and you can share some more gian with us
    2 points
  18. Could be because they've been there for longer. Sydney in a way is half a generation above melbourne, they've been living there for longer.
    2 points
  19. only indians can build a whole religious sect based on running away from home to chill out.
    2 points
  20. Was thinking, has the Sikh community failed to implement maryada and rules at the Gurdwara and in the community. Time after time, again and again, we are seeing Sikhs breaking maryada, traditions and rules in the Gurdwara and community. There are no consequences? and its happening again and again. The excuse often used is that Sikhs don't know anything about their religion so its not their fault. Sometimes the granthi Singhs get blamed. There are so many cases, I don't know which one to chose, but for example, a few years back after her anand karaj a Sikh bride decided to climb onto Guru
    2 points
  21. Remain neutral. I don't see why anyone would want to get involved either way. If she's internally absolved herself of blame and responsibility, my appraisal of her means next to nothing to her.
    2 points
  22. Politics, cricket and Bollywood is a form of escapism in India
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  23. I think it comes down to the fact that most Indians are simple minded and rural. Most of them have nothing interesting going on in their lives, many living miserable wretched lives. That's why Politics, Bollywood and Cricket are so big in that country. These three things give them a purpose in their empty rural lives, like a fantasy world. When India wins a cricket match, every Indian, including slum dwellers feel that they've just won something. Its the same with politics. I've been India during the voting season, and they go crazy as if the results of the elections are a personal famil
    2 points
  24. The fact that this guy threw away his political career in order to marry her is example number 72,602,308 of how desperate singhs have become. (If you want to call this "trim singh" a "singh".) How thirsty and pathetic can one be? I have noticed a trend of somewhat successful singhs gladly settling down with women who few other people want (because of a tarnished reputation, or because they are way past their "sell-by" date, etc.). Usually, when these women were younger and in demand, they would have never considered a singh. But after it becomes obvious that they are struggling to settle
    2 points
  25. Yeah, we have a similar case in our local area. Punjabi guy tried killing his wife and came out of prison and started working in the local area, he was quite well known by everyone before he went to prison. Very friendly man! I've spoken to him a few times since he came out of prison and I forget that he went to prison! Its like nothing happened and then I remember he tried killing his Mrs! Watched a documentary on one of the Sikh channels a few years back. A prison worker was explaining that when someone comes out of prison, assimilating back into society and socialising is a very imp
    2 points
  26. I totally agree with above quote. There is nothing wrong with the program listed. It is normal to see Amrit sanchar programs in various jathabandis. Using same argument method, tomorrow Someone will be saying.. it is not ok for taksal jathabandi to stamp on santhiyaa programs. Rather than finding mistakes in any jathbandees, we need to work together for panth’s benefits despite of having few differences.
    2 points
  27. Thank you bro. Was an old post. So at first I wasn't looking closely and I was like "hey I heard that too".
    1 point
  28. Not exactly. most people would still prefer better status/prestige even if it means less pay than an income/job with little prestige
    1 point
  29. Its tragic what happened, young person with his whole life ahead of him got murdered in such a barbaric way. I remember back when it happened people were questioning why he being an amritdhari was in a relationship etc He was a young man and probably was very much in love with that crazy woman. It does sound like he was a bit obsessed but breakups do make people do weird things. She probably told him she will marry him and live happily ever after etc If your trying to be a practicing Sikh then you really should stay away from relationships, its makes you do wrong things and Sikhi no lo
    1 point
  30. they were going to do the same in front of Gravesend Gurdwara later this month.
    1 point
  31. We pick and choose the bits of Sikhi that speak to us, and then we spend a lifetime trying to justify why we broke the rules. No wonder nobody takes religion seriously when it's rife with hypocrisy.
    1 point
  32. I feel these Tiranga Rally's are testing the waters for future retaliation against us. Each time we protest at an Indian embassy, they will target our Gurdwaras. Absurd logic. I don’t know if they’re trying to egg us on into targeting their mandirs….but it very could be their game plan to instigate us. We have all seen how sensitive the Indian establishment is about their image from the twitter sh$% show. It’s our image they want to target. Once they can prove to western minds that turbaned sikhs are violent….then their next steps at home are easier to execute. We need to give a meas
    1 point
  33. how come hindus r more cocky and aggressive in sydney? r there more of them there then apneh n i heard lotta them r haryana ppl is this true
    1 point
  34. BRO we have spread information on a rally taking place in western canada. Punjabis from this part of canada are very different from rest of diaspora these guys r gonna regret it ahahhah i remember 7-8 years back hindu community in surrey were trying to get rid of 1984 related poster and this lead to mandir being attacked as a result
    1 point
  35. Why are you singling out this guy? The vast majority of Sikhs have already made a complete mockery out of Sikhi and interpret it as they see fit.
    1 point
  36. Wrong. Shoker was not the "bad boy" that she liked. Read this article (and others). She friendzoned him, but he was still deeply infatuated with her, even stating that he was ready to go to prison for 20+ years for her. Shoker was another desperate, thirsty singh. His thirstiness and desperation made him completely lose touch with reality to the point where he committed a heinous crime and is now spending the prime of his life behind bars all to impress some girl who just used him as a low-rent thug.
    1 point
  37. The problem with India is that it's full of Indians. Same country minus Indians would be heaven.
    1 point
  38. Not sure of that but hopefully they will stop being arrogant and won't take everything for granted. Everything is too nice right now.I honestly feel like something is just going to happen and shake everyone out from their fake reality. Bhul Chuk Maf
    1 point
  39. 1. She looks much worse these days with her hair cut shorter 2. This whole story is really depressing. THREE thirsty Singhs basically had their lives ended or ruined. THREE thirsty Singhs. The real story is how desperate many Singhs are. I can't decide which of the three Singhs in the story is the most pathetic. 3. I'm not sure what to believe, but it seems like a real tragedy in any case 4. There is no excusing the behavior of Gagandip Singh and Harinder Shoker. But is it wrong to point out that they probably wouldn't have sunk to such depths if they weren't so thirsty and desp
    1 point
  40. https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1398295/magnetic-field-reversal-switch-satellites-north-south-pole-evg This also happened because of the pole shift https://www.wqad.com/article/weather/stratospheric-warming-event/526-88c680fb-0783-4154-9f90-2d1d967a3aa6
    1 point
  41. I agree, I used to think I could live there but in my most recent two visits I realised I could not. but everyone is different and you never know unless you try it
    1 point
  42. If you've gown up in any western country, then you will be incompatible with India. It's nice to visit like a tourist; pampered by relatives, having Darshan of Dharmic Asthaans, with a safe and secure lifestyle to head back to once you've had your fill. But if you want to prolong your stay, be very very cautious (especially if your are young, female, or non-Indian). Other than that, life is a great teacher. You can go there and try living out your fantasy.
    1 point
  43. It's an interesting point about forgiveness, I do wonder that had the guy that was killed been Sikh but had cut hair (or not even Sikh) would we look at the whole thing differently, anyway, i think that's a conversation for a different thread. I think forgiving and accepting are two different things, in this case, for whatever wrong's Gagandip Singh did, he didn't deserve what happened to him, his family has to live with the face that they lost a son/brother in a terrible way, for them to forgive or accept is beyond reproach, for us as a society, it's different, accept them back yes but w
    1 point
  44. Prefer not to reveal where i live veerji.But its in southeast Asia.
    1 point
  45. Veer you talk of 50 years i feel its gonna be this year.. Tensions have increased in my neighbouring countries.I study history and I can see some patterns repeating. For example before WW2 Japan became a miltaristic government and became aggressive.Then U.S.A put sanctions and trade embargos on Japan causing Japan to be more aggressive and invade southeast Asia. Now Myanmar is taken over by Military.U.S.A has put trade embargos and sanctions again.Lets hope the pattern does not repeat.
    1 point
  46. It will just be lip service, there is unlikely to be any will to support the farmers instead of maintaining steady relations with GOI
    1 point
  47. It's either true and the mainstream narrative is a carefully crafted vanilla projection of what "they'd" like things to be so that humanity doesn't realise the truth about its subjugation. OR these conspiracy theories are carefully crafted half-truths that are released into the ether as a form of misdirection to mask the drab realities of economic and political scheming by powerful corporations and individuals. I'm erring towards the latter. The former is fun to think about, but it's pie in the sky stuff.
    1 point
  48. https://archive.org/details/punjaubbeingbrie00stei The second edition of this book can be downloaded at the above link. Another quote from this book
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