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  1. A village near my house in Ludhiana has a significant Muslim population. The granthi Singh of the Gurdwara Sahib in the village is a jeevan vala Singh and my friend too. A Muslim family in the village were going through huge financial and health problems. The Muslim bibi in the house started suffering from depression and started having suicidal thoughts. She regularly read Quran but nuthing changed. She told her mental agony to the Granthi Singh. He told the bibi that if u want to be near to Allah do paath of Jaap Sahib and if u want to be protected by Allah do paath of Chaupai Sahi
    11 points
  2. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh Sangat ji i would just like to say one thing, In some of the recent threads where there was talk of Khalsa Raaj,some of the Sangat were convinced that Khalsa Raaj is no where near and that the Panth is in a bad state now.Sangat Pyare Jeoo this is not true at all.The Panth is in Chardikala and Maharaj is taking care of his beloved Children.It is us who have turned our backs away from Him and because of that and only that we are not receiving the full benefits.Do not think that by having Khalsa billionaires we will achieve Khalsa Raj. We need
    9 points
  3. A middle aged sikh man was a nanaksar follower. He found getting up at amritvela very tough. Whenever he did paath, he used to feel lazy and sleepy. Sometime back, he got in touch with Budha dal and started wearing blue banaa and dumalla and suddenly all his laziness has gone away and he now easily gets up at amritvela. He says that wearing the Baana, he feels that he is protected by Satguru all the time. Dhan Satguru! Dhan Satguru da Baanaa!
    7 points
  4. Alcohol is a gateway to all other types of addictions and vices. If you want to drink,drink,no one is stopping you,drink till you pass out,no problem, but why use Sikhi to cover up your own decision to get hammered and escape reality?
    6 points
  5. Wait for a new date by the end of 2021 may be 2030 ...
    6 points
  6. China is an angry civilisation. They call themselves the 'Middle Kingdom ' as they see themselves as the centre of the world. I think from a quam point of view, we should look at their relationship with Pakistan. Pakistan has become a client state of China and I think they will use Pakistan as a way to cut India down to size. India possibly are the few threats to China in terms of influence and population size. We have seen recent conflicts with India troops along the border. But India's leadership is too chickensh1t to challenge China. Gujju Bania Marwari
    6 points
  7. I honestly pray for the day where we rid ourselves from these labels and divisions that are between us. We need to move like a nation. We have separated ourselves by putting importance on worldly titles/ethnicity that have no real significance when we should only align ourselves with the panth and our beautiful nishan sahib. Our biggest enemies is ourselves.
    6 points
  8. You clearly have never been to places like Bradford where Sikh families have been destroyed after losing their girls to Muslim machinations. This is not a Hindu / Delhi / Subcontinent issue. I won't ignore Muzzie devilish games in order to give Hindus a black eye. They're both scum in my eyes.
    6 points
  9. Bro, why the unending propaganda about drugs? If you want to be a druggie, then go ahead, but why do you try to shoehorn it into Sikh practices for the average person? You must realise a quom of intoxicated individuals is something that's untenable and incredibly dangerous. If it wasn't such a tenuous proposition to your mind, you wouldn't be constantly trying to convince yourself it's some forgotten practice we need to reclaim and reintroduce.
    6 points
  10. It always starts off with 'ik shot, kushni hona'
    5 points
  11. Are you looking for someone? cuz I'm single.
    5 points
  12. How much steroids and coke do these jut peasants need to take to make them feel alpha???? hahahahahaaaa!
    5 points
  13. Sangat like you always motivate paapi like me to continue on guru sahib's path. Thank you to all the sangat that gave me motivation when I need it the most!
    4 points
  14. That's amazing to hear Bhenji.Guru Sahib is blessing everyone.Even daas is receiving Amrit this Tuesday.
    4 points
  15. Guru sahib did his apaar kirpa today and blessed me with Amrit today! If you have read any of my forums, I always cry for amrit and today guru sahib did their beant kirpa. @Shaheed4life
    4 points
  16. I once read on this forum long time ago that the woman in Sikhism will be a big impact in this quoms existence in western countries.
    4 points
  17. This is said to be the most authentic painting of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. It’s said that Mai Bhago painted/commissioned this painting and it’s kept in the puratan saroop of Sri Sarbloh Granth at Sri Hazur Sahib Nanded.
    4 points
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  19. https://youtu.be/eDARO9-rKpQ
    4 points
  20. It starts with this and then ppl think it is totally ok to do it all the time
    4 points
  21. Really interesting. Remember local radio mentioning this but couldn't remember the name. Thanks for sharing In Zoroastrianism or Ancient Persian religions, they too wore similar to dastars and kept kes.
    4 points
  22. Gretadeep is the type who accuses you of beadbi if you accidently drop parshaad in the gurdwara.
    4 points
  23. Before doing bad we think twice; • ‘I could be expelled from school’ • ‘I could be sacked from work’ • ‘I could go to prison’ • ‘I could be punished in hell’ • ‘I could be placed on quality control by admins’ Naam contains nothing but happiness, so we do we think twice to meditate on naam? Isn’t it a no brainier that simro simar simar sukh pavo?
    4 points
  24. The only way they could make it £299 is to make it like an Indian bus and have 900 standing passengers. And I can bet you that if parachutes were provided, someone would say that they can see their pind from 20,000 feet and you can drop the hatch and they will skydive from there
    4 points
  25. Dunno...admins shud get rid of that reaction If you don't agree with something....explain why!
    4 points
  26. But they aren't attracted to women.
    4 points
  27. https://www.tiktok.com/@ranbir_vs_manoj/video/6941778030259916038 Before standing up(lol) for gay rights,LGBTQEFGX, and 'We are equal in Gods eyes'( did God tell him that?), pappu here should at least make an attempt to spell 'homophobic' correctly.
    4 points
  28. Alcohol, tobacco - anything related to these are not good. Sikhs must stay away from them. If one drink or smoke or is Bhangi/amli then that is their choice. Finding silly little things to justify its usage in our dharam is just plain wrong. you can’t have everything. Stay in one boat.
    4 points
  29. But wait, I thought Sikhs are Keshdhari Hindus? They claim us when it suits them but toss us away when it doesn't.
    4 points
  30. They can convert to Sikhi. Islam clearly failed them spiritually, so what's stopping them from embracing the whole religion?
    4 points
  31. When it comes to historical figures and empires, for many communities, their future aims/goals are inspired by the past or the past is a reminder of what they're aiming for. Like why do Muslims all over the internet constantly remind Hindus/Indians that they ruled them for '1000 years' now and then they even boast about how Sikhs were persecuted by the Mughals. Many of Pakistans missiles are named after Muslim kings, while one of the biggest tv dramas currently in Pakistan is an Urdu dubbed Turkish drama about the Ottoman empire. Why do Muslims still talk about the caliphates 1000 years
    4 points
  32. shaheedi degh is not nasha. It's a blessing. It will be made everywhere in khalsa raj. don't become nindak of shaheedi degh.
    4 points
  33. Regardless what anyone feels about the individuals you are questioning, the history is still fairy new and relevant. Ranjit Singh showed he was able to establish a secular and inclusive Kingdom during a time when most of the western world was ruling their lands in quite the opposite fashion. Jind Kaur was exiled after the death of her King and put in prison and separated from her son to insure no reclaim of the throne could be made. Duleep Singh had been groomed to live in England and Christianity was forced upon him at very young age. He eventually returned to Sikhi and after being reunit
    4 points
  34. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh I have been to Bauli Sahib Gurudwara twice in 2012 and 2017.Amazing gurudwara. This is kind of off topic but Jhulna Sahib Gurudwara is amazing.The vibrations there are different.Its just out of this world.I went there at night in 2017.The granthi Singh brought us to the wall and we sat on the wall.After the Granthi Singh did ardas the wall started to shake.The Granthi Singh then told us the Sakhi of the Gurudwara. I am writing this from memory so forgive me if i made any mistakes.The sakhi was that during Guru Arjan Dev ji's time, ther
    4 points
  35. There are girls with Singh in their name but this is the first time I have heard of Kaur Singh.Did Nikky add Singh to her name in the spirit of feminism and gender equality?
    4 points
  36. Yeh I did hear it was really bad for them. I also heard that quite a large proportion of the people that turned on them were the servants that worked for them. You won’t hear any of the Kenyan crew talk about how they morphed into the ‘brown imperialists’ working for their firangi masters. They treated their black servants like dirt. They would go on hunts and have black servants run behind their vehicles for miles whilst they roll played being White Imperialists. They would also feed them the jooth that was left over from their plates. Then they came over to the UK with their Peugeot’s
    4 points
  37. Why are they wearing white? Because they're in mourning about having to use elephants for agriculture instead of cattle.
    4 points
  38. I haven't but if someone has they should do ardas and if their concience is still bothering them, maybe go to their panj. I don't think there would be a need for pesh if done accidentally...
    4 points
  39. Beautiful to hear Guru sahib fulfilled your ardaas of receiving amrit You are very lucky to find the true Guru in this lifetime, and at young age Carry on as you are, step by step walking on this special path
    3 points
  40. ancient jews wore dastars instead of hats . SAmson was a Nazarite a male dedicated to God for a particular holy task , and he never cut his hair due to this promised state/covenant . Similarly Jesus/yeshua was a Nazarite thus the kesh . Lurker bhai sahib why are you so sad that you are searching for my posts to downvote , vivaah nahin hoya , job nahin milli , ki aa?
    3 points
  41. Krodh is a very peculiar vikaar. Me personally, my Krodh can be directed towards Maharaj because I sometimes feel there is great injustice in the world and I sometimes feel that the least deserving get the best outcomes and the best people get the worst outcomes. And I do ask Maharaj, "Why the great paradox? " In life, I understand there are obstacles and struggles and they must be overcome. Otherwise if life was smooth sailing, there would no point in being here. We have a part to play. I have had to change my perspective on the way I look at things. This has only ha
    3 points
  42. Kulwant Marxingh, Jaswinder Stalindhu, Waljinder Luthra, Lakhbir Trotsingh.
    3 points
  43. The natural inclination for these types of Hindu patriots is fascism. Aside from religious belief, what's the difference between these jokers and their Islamic counterparts in Pakistan who they profess to hate so much? They should love each other, lol!
    3 points
  44. India's interfaith couples on edge after new law Whatever we think of extreme Hindu nut-jobs, we're also acutely aware that love jihad is NOT a "baseless conspiracy theory", yet look how effortlessly the BBC dismisses it as a right-wing fantasy, thus, as far as they're concerned, ending all discussion on the subject. The extent to which the media has openly and unashamedly started to distort the truth and in some cases outright lie is very concerning.
    3 points
  45. If you have kids , a good practice is to go to sleep quite soon after they go to bed. To wake up early, you need to go to bed early. When you are getting kids ready for bed, you are kind of getting that 'time for bed' soon vibe in the house anyway. Everyone I know who keeps amritvela goes to sleep early.
    3 points
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