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  1. So daas had goosebumps reading the above. Baba ji jeevan is beautiful. Also found this photo, 1980s in Newcastle (baba ji in white chola). This is what baba ji must have looked like at time of the above encounter.
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  2. darshan of baba jee's rare photos❤
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  3. Sangat ji, daas found this post on Facebook. Please do take some time to read Inspiring story of an encounter with Sant Mani Singh Ji who was aged 17 at the time and known as Resham Singh. He was the first one we met who really inspired and helped us. In about Nov 1987, we were 18 at the time and knew ABSOLUTELY nothing about God, except that God was the True Love. Our punjabi was rubbish, we understood none of the GurBani, we knew none of the rituals or ceremonies except what we saw our mum do at home and at the gurdwara - which was very boring and strange as far as we could gathe
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  4. I also heard that when younger he attacked some colonial official and was imprisoned for it.
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  5. Kanshi TV (SKY 772) the Ravidassi Channel which is supposedly run by followers of Bhagat Ravidaas Jee, quite contradictorily also shows Christian programming. In the below video you can see shameless distortion of Gurbani shabad "sun sun jeeva teri bani" and also a cheap imitation copy of famous Sikh dharna "vaheguru bol kade na dol" Video is of the episode of "All Nations Church" currently showing live today 1 August 2022 at 20:00 I request sangat to please complain to the channel who must apologise for this disrespect and provide assurance that this will not happen agai
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  6. 1903. Outside of a Small, Plague-stricken Town in the Punjab. Inoculation against the Plague.
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  7. udasis and sewapanthis aren't khalsa sects and are sikh sampradaiye. Due to not being part of khalsa, they do not cause division in the khalsa and behave as part of wider sikh panth, in a bohpanti sikh panth. Those sampradaiye existed at the time of dal khalsa and didn't cause issues, and helped support sikhs and gurdwaras and seva. To include these sampradaiye in divisions of khalsa is completely illogical ! To be honest it doesn't really make sense to include bedis and nirmalay either because their roles didn't interfere with the main khalsa panth the way today's jathas and sgpc try to
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  8. He also seemed strong from his voice in the interview despite being close to 100. People like him are rare to find these days.
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  9. I knew Babaji was a Majhail from his dastar and bolie . Looked like an OG you wouldn’t want to mess with. I read a little bit more about him and found out he had family members murdered by the Panjab Police in the 80s-90s.
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  10. Information on Shingara Singh https://www.andrewwhitehead.net/partition-voices-shingara-singh.html Partition Voices: Shingara Singh Shingara Singh (who died in 2006 when reputedly aged well over 100) lived through Partition and by his own account was part of a group nicknamed the 'crows' which harried and attacked Muslim refugees in Punjab. He was a Jat Sikh and very much the patriarch of his farming family. I interviewed him in a village outside Amritsar on 19 March 1997 with Asit Jolly translation to and from Punjabi.Shingara Singh also recounted that he had been present at the Jal
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  11. I've noticed the "Partition Voices" series doesn't cover any Muslims who carried out violence against Sikhs. This seems like another case of biased reporting and shifting most blame on Sikhs.
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  12. As Shingara Singh stated, the main reason Sikhs attacked Muslim in 1947 was for retaliation. Sikhs were first targeted by aggressive Muslim mobs before the partition was formally announced. One of the first attacks was in 1946 in Hazara region After that, Muslim league grew violent in east Panjab cities such as Amritsar in February and Sikhs were again massacred in March 1947 in Toha Khalsa, Rawalpindi.
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  13. https://www.spiked-online.com/2022/07/20/stop-calling-them-asian-grooming-gangs/ Stop calling them ‘Asian’ grooming gangs This is just another way of obscuring the truth about the ethnicity of most of the perpetrators. HARDEEP SINGH 20th July 2022 Last week’s landmark report into grooming gangs in Telford made for truly horrifying reading. It revealed that 1,000 mainly white girls had been subjected to horrific sexual abuse by groups of men of mainly Pakistani heritage since at least the 1980s. Share
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  14. 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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  15. Found the full picture. Babaji is with his pitaji, Singh Sahib Jathedar Baba Kehar Singh Ji Guru Nanak Dal Tarna Dal.
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  16. Yeah, typical of self-hating Sikhs to kvetch and squirm about our martial heritage at a time when we proudly stood on our own. Instead, let's glorify being nameless cogs in the Western apparatus that looks at us sideways while glorifying their preferred pet minorities. Nothing wrong with worldly jobs at all, but it's hardly something to get little kids inspired about their history.
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  17. Does anyone know where I can buy the Maharaja Ranjit Singh piece?
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  19. Types off stuff being sold: A GOLD-THREAD-EMBROIDERED VELVET-CLAD LEATHER QUIVER AND BOW HOLDER, ALMOST CERTAINLY MADE FOR MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH (REG. 1801-1839), THE LION OF THE PUNJAB Lahore, circa 1838 (11) Sold for £ 100,000 inc. premium
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  20. Watching stuff like that actually makes me feel physically sick.
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  21. No idea. But this video should give everyone an idea of just how much invaluable loot from the Sikh kingdom is floating around.
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  22. @MisterrSingh You said that white culture emphasises on open and early sexuality but how is this any better? I fear a world that is completely empowered and ruled by Islam.
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  23. That was the most disturbing sh1t I have ever seen. I don't think I'll be able to sleep tonight.
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  24. Don't be a bigot!!! These old fellers are just following the example of the most perfect man ever to have been created by God.
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  25. Understandable, yet the above would be horrific to even the most liberally accomodating white parent who otherwise nudges their young teen daughters into the arms of the local teen scrote. Observant Muslims, on the other hand, would champion the above merely as an example of differing cultural norms, i.e. a relative - and therefore completely normal and acceptable - occurrence. The threat of this kind of thing comes from otherwise decent Muslims afraid to denounce this perversion. It's that silent majority that will quietly enable their demographic into power.
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  26. For some reason the Sikh masses aren't enthusiastically informed of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's immense passion for literature and the creative arts in general. There's a clear delineation to be made between two distinct categories of their authored works: 1) Their divinely-inspired / spiritual / metaphysical writings that we take as Gurbani, and 2) Their translations of existing literature (including ancient Hindu texts) they were personally fond of, or works they simply wanted to present to the public in another language for posterity. To say that Guru Ji WROTE something implies they we
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  27. It is using the allegorical story (or at least part of) of how vishnu created the world. Using that same analogy, it is talking about the ear wax, madhu and kaitab. These two would go on to be the gate keepers of vaikhunth as Jai and Vijay. Then, after getting cursed by the 4 child rishis, they become the rakshas Harnakash and Hirinykashap, Raavan and Kumbhkaran, Dantvakar and Shishupal. Vishnu takes form each time to kill them (Varaahaa and Narsingha, Sri Raam, Sri Krishan), after which they return to their celestial abode. Now, these are not to be taken literally as such. Understand tha
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  28. great content on there and they're a great bunch over tht side I think its mostly Canadian and US based Sikhs on there and more UK based on here. I use both forums
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  29. Conflating Punjabism with Sikhi is only shooting ourselves in the foot. The Panj Piares were from contemporary diaspora, Banda Singh was from Kashmir and the list goes on. The underlying factor for Sikh sovereignty must be religion rather than geographic nationalism.
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  30. I think the Guru Sahib set the message straight regarding the priority of Sikhi or Punjabi when he chose the Panj Pyaare.
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  31. Its a metaphor, but the Sang Samaj thrives on conflating metaphor with reality.
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  32. God through Gurbani & Science. The writer of the book has done a-lot of research and almost all of writing within the book reference Brahmgyanis, scholars and other mahapurkhs as the source of what he put down. If there's anything in particular you want to read I an upload it here, I really don't mind. Or message me and I'll send you it. The hierarchy is something like Indra<Brahma<Shiva<Vishnu<Maya As one passes another takes his place, same for the other trinity. Guru Ji wanted us to worship the Supreme Lord, not the Devtas. I'm speculating here (as I co
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  33. VID-20170930-WA0000.mp4
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  34. As someone says, the Masands began committing many crimes like stealing money and raping women. Beating and killing anyone who tried to prevent their sisters daughters from being raped. When Guru Jee heard this He ordered that all Masands be brought at Anandpur Sahib by grabbing them from their beard. Not all Masands were killed. Only those who committed these crimes were killed. There was a saakhi of one Masand who was a saintly Gursikh. I forgot his name. But it is said when Guru Jee ordered that the Masands be brought to Anandpur Sahib, but no one dared to touch the beard of this Gursikh Ma
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  35. Wow. Reading the above about how Sant Sahib went so deep into meditation they experienced bliss, I imagine returning to "consciousness" as it were, everything must've seemed so insignificant and small. We really are stuck in a play, a drama of sorts, aren't we? We get lost in this world and it is so tough to find a way out when everyone else is also mired in this 'khel'.
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  36. Most sane people would argue this is part of the problem. A genuine social conservative would advise people to ensure their daughters, girls, and women should stay indoors at night. No, but this bandhar decides they need to embrace more of the randhi behaviour that gets them into trouble. And these bhainchods are our leaders, FFS!
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