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  1. There are no good days or bad days Just days where there is Bani and and days with no Bani A day without Bani does not feel right That is all
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  2. You're 100% right. Sects absolutely destroyed us. Heck, I'm even trying to overcome my own personal biases because of it. Dal Khalsa was one unified unit with a unified group of people, beliefs, marayada etc. It was one of the reason why things like the Sarbat Khalsa and jathedari worked so well in the past. However, as many of us have seen, these things are so difficult to apply in the current Sikh world due to these jatha loyalties.
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  3. You resort to insults when you cannot discuss or argue. Then normally you get schooled and then you go quiet for a while with all the pleasantaries before you start with your barrage of insults. You also pick up a few new words and think you are clever not even knowing what they actually mean. You also mimic other people's writing styles and style of posting. You are void of any authenticity. You play the tough guy act, you are an old man in his 50's trolling and threatening kids. If you met their parents you would get your head kicked in. You would not dare say w
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  4. Okay, I understand, if you're being swamped with attention, a broad would probably think the world is her oyster and be very picky - but as we are discussing - this can backfire.
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  5. He mentioned she was the one who rejected proposals, not the men. So she chose not to get hitched in her early years.
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  6. And top it all off most people in punjab dont even eat rice. It's mostly grown to feed the rest of those states most likely. Literally ruined our future due to that so called revolution.
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  7. The Green Revolution was anything but "green" long term. Panjab had far more crop diversity prior, people had enough in their farms and never had to purchase chemical-infested fruit & veg from outside. Villages used to be very self-sustainable. Now, 2 or 3 crops have taken over all of Panjab, especially rice. I don't know why they don't realise Panjab doesn't have the environment nor water to manage it long-term.
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  8. But they feel proud of themselves by making songs about how great they are and dancing around like clowns. Just look at the songs they release on youtube and how they praise themselves to be the best people on the face of the planet. Literally what a joke. YouTube videos from punjab are full of either people telling other punjabis how to get out of punjab or songs about how great they are. Then they will talk about punjabis taking over the world literally jokes. Just running all over the world doesnt mean you are going to take over the world.
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  9. Our people should have never participated in that green revolution nonsense now we dont even have enough drinkable water. People talk about development when they wont even have drinkable water and good food in the future.
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  10. Yes correct. Now she most probably would end up as an old lady with 20 cats.
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  11. it's only when modern Sikhs let go of their jatha egoes and start understanding the rehitnamas and itihasic granths, then they will understand the value of da khalsa and what dal khalsa achieved!
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  12. Thank god for partition and that we expelled these suls out of our Punjab. Can't believe there are some apne who get teary eyed about there not being a united Punjab anymore. This would have been a regular occurrence
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  13. Gives a whole different meaning to "Chakde Singha!"
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  14. There are many videos, people, articles and comments online claiming Sikhs were the main and first aggressors during the partition (1947). In reality, it was Sikhs who were first targeted by aggressive Muslim mobs in modern day Pakistan before the partition was even announced! Don't fall for any propaganda, especially Pakistani, which shifts most blame to Sikhs (as seen online and in movies/dramas). The looting, killing and abductions were all first unleashed by Muslim groups. 1946 genocide of Sikhs & Hindus in Hazara region Violence broke out in Calcutta, 1946 as the Muslim le
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  15. Well explained. I can't emphasise this enough but majority of Panjabis/Sikhs are driven by short-term gains. Many of the problems facing Panjab's environment and people are a result of their own actions and lack of ability to focus on the long term future.
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  16. Organisations break down goals into 3 levels, strategic (very long term, and general), tactical (medium term and more specific actions and structures put in place) and operational (day to day activities that help realise the previous goals/aims). Our lot don't have ANY solid strategic goal let alone trying to put in place and develop norms in our society to realise them. Seems really thicko when you compare to other more developed people.
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  17. Our community really lacks educated/intellectual people. By educated, I don't mean having a PhD or speaking English but people who really understand our issues, how to approach them and think long term. Many of our people think about short term benefits. They seriously need to understand the long term implications of their actions and behaviour.
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  18. If this stunt is anything to go by......I'm wondering if he even has enough brains to understand what the problem is? Why don't we have smart, intelligent people as leaders? After all of the debacle of voting Badals for decades (and that too with bribes of alcohol), it looks like pendus would now vote anyone who is a minor celebrity (especially singers) into power?????? The mind boggles. The worlds getting more and more intense in various ways, if we keep voting dimwits and boliyan-paaing folks in, the writing is on the wall for us.
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  19. Maybe she lost the 'prettiness' in her 40s.
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  20. Disgusting! He's also rolling out a new initiative to clean up Panjab's rivers. The state of rivers in Panjab is very saddening. Ravi river is the most polluted in the world (although most of it falls in Pakistan today).
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  21. Why do you think they were rejecting her? Normally, pretty women get snapped up?
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  22. 4. bhai shingara singh ji. read about his amazing jeevan: https://www.gurmatbibek.com/contents.php?id=1849 1. looks like bhai jeevan singh ji singhni (cannot remember name) 8. looks like Bibi Bhupinder Kaur ji
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  23. bhai preetam singh jee chani .They did akaal chlaana last year only.
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  24. 2 bhai amolak singh 6 bhai preetam singh jee chani 9 looks like dr preetam singh jee 11 bhai jeevan singh jee 12 master niranjan singh jee 13 singh from UK 14 giani amolak singh jee 15 bhai joginder singh talwara 16 bhai surat singh jee pooran 17 bhai harbhajan singh jee sagoo 18 bhai rama singh jee 19 bau mal singh jee 20 jathedar raghbir singh jee 21 bhai kulwant singh kaki pind 22 Unknown 23 bhai avtar singh jee 24 bhai fauja singh 25 sri maan sant giani jarnail singh jee khalsa 26 kulwant singh
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  25. That Jagjit Singh one I posted on the forum (and keep plugging) is definitely one of THE best in my opinion - The Sikh Revolution. Others have been previously mentioned, like: Sikh History from Persian Sources by Habib and Grewal Warrior Saints and Sicques, Tigers and Thieves by Madra and SIngh are great. Especially the latter, which contains most of the early European sources. Khushwant Singh's one is a good starting point, but we've had so much research since then, parts of it would be inadequate or out of date now.
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  26. You grew up speaking Punjabi, I'm guessing you went to a school where you spoke Punjabi, you spoke Punjabi with your friends, siblings and cousins. Your children who are going to school in New Zealand speak to their classmates in English, they watch English TV. If they marry a Sikh who was also born in New Zealand then they will speak to their partner in English, your grandchildren will grow up hearing their parents speak English, they may pick up some Punjabi from you but since you speak decent English your grand children will probably just speak to you in English. Your great grand child
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  27. It's not a joke, it's an answer based on reality unlike most posts on this thread. Sure it's great to keep the language alive but based on the history of other countries it's highly unlikely. By the 4th generation the language is pretty much dead amongst 80-90% of the people. Just look at Indian people in South Africa and the Carribean where they have been longer than the UK. Do you speak English or Punjabi to your friends and siblings?
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  28. https://kashmirage.net/2020/05/30/burglars-loot-rs-2-lakh-cash-from-gurdwara-at-jawahar-nagar/
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  29. Your average sikh in punjab probably has hardly had much contact with a muslim tbh muslims make only around 1% of punjabs population. The Sikhs that witnessed the partition are now really old or dead. So sikhs in pubjab have no ide what it is like living with muslims when their population is large. Your average sikh in punjab has probably just spoken to kashmiri carpet sellers and gujjars and that's it. Hindus on the other hand in places like UP know what it's like living with a sizable muslim population, the hindus in Bengal know, delhi, etc same with the Buddhist in Myanmar an
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  30. Her father's name is Ram Nath and her brother is called Pankaj Nath. Farooq Abdullah married a gori and she lives in UK with one her daughters. One of his other daughters is married to Sachin Pilot a Hindu Congress leader.
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  31. His wife was Payal Nath who was a Hindu. Apparently he is now having any affair with Nidhi Razdan, the NDTV anchor who is a Hindu Kashmiri.
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  32. Look no other religious community tries our girls like muslims do. Just avoid them at all costs.
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  33. They already have chief of the groomers and kidnappers was the chief minister of kashmir omar abdullah who married a sikh woman converted her to islam and had kids with her. Some of these Sikhs are so low IQ its embarrassing, they actually offering their daughters and sisters to the islamists with fake one way brotherhood. Not having the balls to tell non-sikh hostile communities to do one.
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  34. That's very bad on our part. We should not form any alliance with muslims even if it is just to spite the Hindus. Muslims are very dangerous to our community. They will kidnap our girls if they can get away with it.
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  35. We are just a bunch of people pleasers these days.
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  36. What will it take for some Sikhs to realise that muslims hate us. There isn't always some conspiracy behind everything.
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  37. I doubt there will ever be conventional war between these two nuclear armed states. If there ever was, Pakistan would lose and end up using a nuke and then their would be full out nuclear war. India has nothing to gain from war, all of the big foreign investors will pull out of India if a war does occur, Pakistan on the other hand has nothing to lose.
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  38. Yeah definitely Sikhs need to stay outta the mess. I find it very distasteful whenever our own foolish Sikhs start glorifying kashmiri or muslim victims of hindu gangs or indian army. And then the same Sikhs are either blaming india r&aw for the attacks or no where to be seen or very quite when jihadis attack Sikhs in chattisingpora march 2000 and recent afghan sikh kabul gurdwara genocide massacre and the attack on nankana sahib by pakistani muslim mob who force converted head granthi's daughter to islam. These kinda attacks open the eyes of Sikhs that islam and pakistan does not hav
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  39. Yeah those rivers are very important also in any fall out indian punjab always gets effected because of tanks/planes/troops crossing the borders. I read several pieces of security and military commentars that the next big conflict between india and pakistan would be over water and they were talking about the river wars over kashmir. If either indian or pakistan builds a dams in important rivers in kashmir region that feed into either nations and has the ability to literally dry up each others food producing fields then that too is a likely trigger for a war. As for the punjabi muslim domi
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  40. Once upon a time even I professed belief in these incredulous tall tales, but after residing with some so-called Gursikhs my perception had to be revised. These are only myths manufactured to weaken Sikhs and not strengthen them.
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