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  1. 8 points
    Same as today any writer can write about general majority of Sikhs being non-turbaned, drinking or some smoking. 100 years later we cannot simply believe that they were the actual Sikh. Just like in past there were actual Sikhs who followed guru path and some who were on and off that path with their weakness. Maharaja Ranjit is the perfect example of a Sikh who was not a Sikh in our guru eyes with his lifestyle.
  2. 5 points
    They preach wrong version of sikhism in order to build a multimillion dollar empire wherever they can find or found, easily duped unsophisticated dimwits, insecure enough to believe just about anything for the sake of attention . Simply put, they are the Original Attention Seekers, OAS, who are desperately seeking some form of attention! They thrive on it, there is no doubt about it. We have been told by many gurdwaras not to follow these individuals namely; Chandra Mohan Jain also translated the Japji, Harbajan Puri, NKVJ, Jagraj Singh, Sakander Singh, RSBD, RRGS, Baba Tajwant ji of Malawi and many more, can’t think of their names. They are all MMMMs or money making machines or missionaries if you like, for personal glorification if not gratification lol. They are not spiritually advance souls at all. All they had or still have is few minutes of fame and that’s it! I have to say this, that some of these covid -19 parasites also tried their best to create their own ATS in the west, so to break all ties with Amritsar! I also heard Bibi Jasal K Attu is a missionary too here in NZ Basically, they are all power hungary mad cowards. Best ignored. Q. What did the sikh missionaries do? A. They built multi-million dollar empires in a very short space of time and left all their followers lost and confused or to burn in hell, I mean, 84 lakh Junes
  3. 5 points
    Learn to write English correctly, what does' 'gonna' mean? If anyone has a single desire to see pendu fudhu punjabis please visit Uk, Canada, America, New Zealand, Australia and wherever else the punjabis have migrated to, from India. Shockingly, their present generations are dense enough to ape the trashy indigenous natives of these societies. Instead of rising above them through good education, they have decided to stay where they belong, in the lower rungs of societies. They have simply failed to acquire any decent language skills acceptable or permissible in the more educated and elevated echelons or hierarchical sections of these societies. They are, de facto, the worst off than their trashy indigenous working classes counterparts or punjabis living in Punjab. What the heck does 'gonna' stand for. Your language is enough to tell everyone which drainpipe you spring forth from. Stop using it if your knowledge of its vocabulary and its usage is inadequate. You will not get anywhere or gain anything by deliberately misusing it. It is not your language to start with, so, show some respect. Learn to write properly, starting with your ancestral mother tongue. Bloody illiterate lot with illiterate offsprings, can't even be bothered to correct these idiots when they open their spouts to utter some meaningless rubbish at home. Can't blame them, they don't know any better themselves. With your sub-standard language skills, we are not surprised you have a problem with understanding anything 'word-for-word' forget about sikhi. Did your parents ever teach you to show some respect to your ancestral mother tongue? Stop behaving so unscrupulously. All languages are sacred, use them with respect.
  4. 5 points
    Because they are not sikhs. They prefer to be ruled rather than ruling. Come to think of it, ruling is exceedingly challenging as it involves good deal of competent thinking with immense amounts of responsibility. It is easier to be ruled, because you don't have to think very hard to administer any sort of government through its judicial/executive/legislature components . In order to rule effectively and harmoniously, governments need their think tanks to assist them with policy making and so on. The rulers need smart individuals to effect a successful brainwashing propoganda upon its ruled masses, in order to lead or mislead them whichever way they want to. Most ruled masses don't ask any questions because they are quite or too happy to ask any questions, they are content with their lives as long as they get enough to eat and a roof on their heads. Why scratch your heads or pick your brains, when others can do it for you instead.
  5. 5 points
    Looks like a sign outside a strip club.
  6. 5 points
    These are the tactics Christian's use. Its gd they helped the sikh families this is where our daswandh should go. I really hope the rss and shiv sena go berserk and drive these pastors and their bs out. That's the only way these Christians are gnna go because sikhs aren't gnna do anything. Sikh SJWs will try to block the shiva sena and protect the christians when the shiv sena will drive the Christian's out though.
  7. 5 points
    Guru harkrishan ji cured everyone else's disease and took it onto himself, he carried the weight of all the people that he cured, He cured them and took all their illnesses onto himself. That's why in ardaas it says remember guru harkrishan ji and all your dukh will go. It just shows the things that guru ji would do for us, carrying all that pain and suffering onto himself and freeing us. It had come time for gurus jyot to leave guru harkrishan jis form and go to guru tegh bahadur ji.
  8. 5 points
    Sikhi nowadays has just become an identity for most people. They feel proud they are sikh, which is good, but that's really where their sikhi ends. They drink alcohol, eat meat, practice in lust, and still call themselves a sikh. You maybe a "sikh" but not a sikh of the gurus. There are many reasons to NOT eat meat but I will list the most important one; because our gurus said so, and it's in SGGS, over and over again. "Sikhs" who say it's okay to eat meat, even the ones keeping dari kesh, are ones who don't even read SGGS. “You keep your fasts to please Allah, while you murder other beings for pleasure. You look after your own interests, and so not see the interests of others. What good is your word? O Qazi, the One Lord is within you, but you do not think or contemplation on Him. You do not care for others, you are mad about religion, this is why your life is wasting away.” (Kabir, Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 483) That's what sikhi is becoming today. People are focused on the religion side than the spiritual side, what really matters.. Katha people, instead of doing actual katha are saying stuff like, "ladies should do kirtan in Harmandir Sahib" or "Stop using milk to clean the gold in Harmandir Sahib and use chemical sprays." And people listen to these guys, cuz they seem to be "modern" and just add on to their ego. I am straying a bit off topic, but this is important, we must not forget our roots. We are sikhs. And a sikh simply does what the guru says. Don't listen to these manmukhs. Read Gurbani yourself. “Living by neglect and greed, the world eats dead carcasses. Like a goblin or a beast, they kill and eat the forbidden carcasses of meat. Control your urges, or else you will be thrown into the tortures of hell.” (Guru Arjan Dev, Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 723).
  9. 5 points
  10. 4 points
    That h.aram.i ( sorry some people might find that word offensive but what else can you call someone who refuses to help his own people and takes money off Sikhs solely to spend on non-Sikhs) Ravi Singh has collected £5 Million and he is sitting on it and now asking Sikhs to make KA a £100 million charity. When you see how much our people have suffered and how many families have been destroyed then you get angry when you see him posting pictures of his charity running around setting up tents and feeding those for whom the other charities have collected millions for. Each post he puts up is like putting salt on the wounds of these Sikhs in need.
  11. 4 points
    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 and us sikhs in the west, basically anyone anywhere in the world where there is a large muslim population knows what it's like! Whenever sikhs in punjab see acts of violence against muslims in other states they get all defensive of the muslims because they have no idea what it is like living with a large muslim population. That's why sikhs in Malerkotla were protesting against the caa Once the population of muslims is a big minority in punjab only then will they know what it's like. Until then there really is not much you can do Other than wait for them to experience it themselves.
  12. 4 points
    I would say forget what others are doing, do what you can do that's in your own power. If you can bring back those Sikhs fallen for the tricks of christian or muslim missionaries then go ahead go convenience the fallen sheep to come back to the Guru but i would advise those who can betray the guru once can betray the guru and his sikhi again so lets not worry about those who have chosen their path they will do what they want when they want. It is better if you can expose the evil sly tricks of the missionaries then do that it is better to bring to attention of other sikhs to beware of these people. Instead of getting frustrated about situations you can take pratical steps by exposing those people trying to fool sikhs on social media. It takes work it takes sacrifice of time and patience if you ready to sacrifice if you ready to do your duty for Sikhi go for it. As for spreading Sikhi to non-believers only after fixing our own people first then again your welcome to do that. But to me thats like chasing bubbles in your mind you will have reduced Sikhi to an ethnicity to a nationality. Whereas Sikhi is about uplifting the humanity from the social ills of society and meditating and connecting with their lord waheguru. Why did guru nanak sahib ji speak to muslims? why did he speak to buddhists? why to christians? why to hindus?why travel all around the different lands? why not stay in punjab and preach there? Questions you might wonna ponder on
  13. 4 points
    thats great! now they just need to learn some of this
  14. 4 points
    Glad to see there's still sikhs with ankh. It's true what you say brother, we need a serious reality check and snap out of this delusional state of mind. The more vocal we make ourselves, the better for the panth. The sooner we start handing out shittars to our deluded bunch, the sooner they'll snap out.
  15. 4 points
    honestly, the sheer stupidity and nearsightedness is baffling. Cleaning an aurangzeb-built mosque (any mosque, even) right around the corner from Sis-Ganj Sahib!!!?? having namaz reading eid parties....lord taketh mercy on us !! look at what leaving malerkotla alone has resulted for us. there was no reciprocal gesture on the part of our west punjab cousins. they didn't find it necessary to leave a city...say NANKANA SAHIB !!!.... for us to continue inhabiting( most if not all the current sikhs there are peshawar migrants). the likes of azhar alam butcher our youth, use funds from god knows where to fund HUNDREDS of mosques in punjab for the explicit intent of recolonization, and have the audacity to convert our folks right under our noses. If you look at punjab demographic stats, it's shocking that the whole district of sangrur is now 10% muslim, starting off from around 4% at partition. It's not just their domination in the city of malerkotla, but also in dozens of surrounding villages. the number of mosques that show up on just a google search into that area is shocking to say the least.
  16. 4 points
    I’m new to this forum, but I just looked through your posting history. All you do is argue and bicker with people in a very aggressive manner. How about trying to make a positive contribution to the world and sharing love? That’s what Giani Ji did recording so much katha and sharing their experiences of being with mahapurkhs.
  17. 4 points
    Constantly. Know thy "enemy."
  18. 4 points
    I think the sangat forum has overwhelmingly spoken of its disapproval lol
  19. 4 points
    I have noticed a new trend amoung muslims using full on al-taqiyaa (Deception). They create fake social media accounts of beautiful women taking pics of stunning sexy women and once they amass a large following they start to giving out islamic preaching posts every now and then or go fully all out changing their account 180 by turning it into an islamic account removing all pictures of the woman and just putting up pro islamic grooming posts up. This tactic could be what we are seeing on twitter with those so called fake singhs. The muslim pakistani's are using fake sikh names on youtube to promote khalistan and on twitter they doing that too whereas the anti-khalistan muslims are making fake sikh accounts to first talk about sikhi to gather a sikh following and then slowly start to bring islam into it a slow grooming process so that not to spoke the sikh following or alert them early on to whats really going on. The sikh sangat needs to be aware.
  20. 4 points
    "Sikh" men have a rep for drink and messing around as well. such people shouldn't call themselves sikh neither should we call them sikh, calling them sikh is beadbi in itself and a insult to all our shaheeds and sikhs who live by gurus rehit.
  21. 4 points
    There it is again! Shall we rename Sikhi to Langari, and be done with it? Let's modify the Sikh insignia that bears two kirpans and a chakkar, and replace it with a roti and two rolling pins. Might as well, because that's where we seem to be heading.
  22. 4 points
    rare photo at Harmandir Sahib outside the Darshan Deori, that nagara is Huge!! anyone know where this nagara is now? also rare photo of Sikh armoury from Sikh Raj
  23. 4 points
  24. 4 points
    ਪੁਛਨਿ ਫੋਲਿ ਕਿਤਾਬ ਨੋ ਹਿੰਦੂ ਵਡਾ ਕਿ ਮੁਸਲਮਾਨੋਈ। They asked Baba Nanak to open and search in his book whether Hindu is great or the Muslim. ਬਾਬਾ ਆਖੇ ਹਾਜੀਆ, ਸੁਭਿ ਅਮਲਾ ਬਾਝਹੁ ਦੋਨੋ ਰੋਈ। Baba replied to the pilgrim hajis, that, without good deeds both will have to weep and wail. ਵਾਰਾਂ ਭਾਈ ਗੁਰਦਾਸ : ਵਾਰ ੧ ਪਉੜੀ ੩੩
  25. 4 points
    Ha Ha we don't have any problem going into a pub or a club or a betting shop, but WHAT go into place of worship? God forbid! It's is a place of worship. what you think they do there? Go by all means, listen and observe and be respectful, just don't participate in any of the worshipping of the statues.
  26. 3 points
    My friend's brother is a producer of punjabi films. I met him yesterday.He laughed that hindu punjabi girls who never spoke punjabi in their life now contact him almost daily just to get a small or big role in a movie. Funny thing is they tell the producer that that they r learning both urban as well as rural/Desi punjabi and can play the role of pind di kurri as well. There is no doubt that punjabi cinema is promoting punjabi language big time.
  27. 3 points
  28. 3 points
    The Singh getting his leg inspected has naturally got a 6 pack and strong arms despite there being no gyms and stuff like that back then. most people back then had slim and well toned bodies. its because they ate healthy as well none of that processed stuff. In fact even today a lot of the guys in their 20s in the pinds naturally have toned bodies, 6 pack but after 30 the pot belly starts growing! most guys in punjab in their 30s have a belly! crisp, chocolate, fizzy drinks, sweets, takeaways etc should be avoided!
  29. 3 points
    12/3/2013: The event for Seva of vulnerable and elderly Sangat was coming to the end of day at Gurdwara Singh Sabha Bradford. The Granthi singh had just finished doing katha and simran of the 11th asthpadee of sukhmani sahib, when a very upset young lady walked in. She said fateh to everyone with great humility and love. She looked very upset. The granthi singh asked, "is everything ok". She weeped slightly and said, "no my husband was suffering from bakhaar (temperature), he collapsed and got rushed in to intensive care, as he is quite serious. Can we do an ardaas she repeated in a very upset voice". The granthi singh said "dont worry bhenji you have great good fortune, as you have come to guru sahibs hazooree whilst Sangat is going on, he said I can not do anything myself the Sangat will bless you". He started the simran, there was around 13 older bibiaa in the Sangat and a couple of young singhs. The simran only lasted 5 mins but the ras (power/taste) in those 5 mins was immense. The bibi was crying whilst chanting Vaheguru. Everyone felt her pain and chanted in great vigour. The simran stopped, the granthi singh did an ardaas. In the ardaas the granthi singh said, "guru sahib ji I have no power, "I am weak but u have blessed your daughter in Sangat today and she is begging for you to listen to her prayer, birthee kadey na hoveaee jan Ki ardaas. Your servants ardaas has never failed. Nanak jor govind ka pooran gunthaas. Nanak takes the strength of the perfect lord of the universe, the treasure of excellence. Please bless bhenji with strength, please bless bhenji with gursikhi jeevan. Only you know her mind's desires guru sahib, please fulfil them". The granthi singh explained to guru sahib what was wrong with bhenjis husband and ended the ardaas. Bhenji in great humility thanked the Sangat, for chanting Vaheguru in Sangat and standing in the ardaas. She had tears running down her face and the Sangat really felt her emotions. Bhenjis love for the Sangat was visible through her eyes. The granthi singh said, "don't worry bhenji Guru ji and the Sangat will look after your husband, you came at the perfect time". Bhenji still crying tried to smile and slowly walked to her car. She asked the granthi singh to pls come to the hospital and see him. He agreed. Daas received a call around 14.30 from the granthi singh saying, "we got to the hospital and with Guru sahib and his sangat's apaar (amazing) kirpa the husband was absolutely fine before we got there". Saadsangat ji I was really touched by the love and power of guru sahibs Sangat and had to share this story. Proud to be a slave of my Guru. Guru sahib loves us and is always here for us, his love is unconditional. We only remember him when we need him. Let's all remember him always ji, without any condition. Dhan Teri Sikhee Guru Ji.
  30. 3 points
    There is alot of interesting history between Sikhs and the latin hispanic american continents. In the 1930s the anti-british imperalist gadar party rebels were based in south america. Ecuador was the first country in 1986 to formally recognise the government in exile of khalistan and invited 20 million Sikhs to settle there if they wanted to away from indian state persecution. Belize had many khalistani based supporters. Brazil has a small but growing Sikh population Argentina has a small Punjabi Sikh community which has mixed with the locals and still keeping Sikhi alive there Chile has a small growing Sikh popuation Mexico has interesting history of 19th century punjabi immigrants who married local women and had kids many of them are now scattered and forgotten their roots and linage but there is now a growing native mexican latino Sikhs who are growing steadily.
  31. 3 points
    Small list i've made from top of my head so far 1980s - UK: grooming of Sikh girls and sexual exploitation and conversion by mostly pakistani muslim gangs 1990s - UK: Violence on the streets attacking of sikh gurdwara's and sikh youths by hibz-ut-tahir and al-mahajaroun salafi muslim gangs in southall leading to clashes in slough and southall and birmingham. Violence probably inspired by the hinduvta attack on babri masjid so them lumped sikhs in with hindus for attack. 2000 - Kashmir India: 37 Kashmiri Sikhs massacred shot dead lined up next to wall of gurdwara sahib and pumped full of bullets by jihadis. 2003 - Kashmir India: 6 Kashmiri Sikhs were murdered some of them women attack was attributed to jihadi's. 2007 - UK: Sikh girl in Leicester was groomed and gang raped and abused in moghul darbar restaurant. Sikh youths retaliate by storming the restaurant and beat up the accused muslim rapists and get sent to jail along with the rapists. 2010 - UK: Muslim groomer and rapist attacked a Sikh girl leading her to request help from Sikhs when police failed to charge the muslim guy with rape the Sikhs descended on luton roads and blocked them in peaceful protest. EDL founder tommy robinson also came down to lend support to the inaction of the police. Eventually muslim guy was charged with rape. 2013 - UK: Bow gurdwara was fire bombed and it burnt down. Maharajah's beadhi was done and sroop was martyred in a previous attack. Attacker was described as a black male (religion unknown). The attacker has never been caught. 2017 - Germany: Gurdwara in essen germany was bombed by ISIS salafi turkish german teens. some Sikhs were injured by luckily no one was killed. 2019 - UK: Slough gurdwara was invaded by a black muslim guy shouting allah hu akbar accusing Sikhs of idol worshipping before attacking the sewadaars and being forcebile ejected. 2019 - Afghanistan: 20+ Sikhs and hindu afghan poliiticans were massacared by isisi salafi jihadi attack on their car convey 2020 - Afghanistan: 27 Afghan Sikh men, women and children were massacared by isis salafi Jihadi in attack on 500year old kabul guru hari rai gurdwara. ISIS jihadi claimed in his video testimony it was on behalf of whats happening in kashmir. 2020 - UK: Armed Muslim attacker attacks derby guru hargobind gurdwara looking to send political message about india and kashmir.
  32. 3 points
    The poster of that message is assuming this based on our circumstances today. But if you ask a Sikh from year 1900 what the situation of the Sikhs will be by year 2000 he would never have imagined the Akali movement, Nankana Sahib massacre, 1947 partition, Punjabi Suba movement, 1984 Ghallukara and the Kharku movment that followed. By 2100 we can't imagine what will happen. For all we know there might be Khalsa Raaj established through out the world.
  33. 3 points
    You probably didn't post this picture with good intentions. Problem is when you see these things through the lense of Hindu depictions and scriptures. Maharaj has given us our own scripture to reference from which gives her physical description. To begin with she doesn't look anything like this. She has her hair tied on the top of her head in a ਜੂੜਾ and to cover this joora she probably also wore a dastar as I have been told by Nihangs. She dresses as a warrior full of Shastars.
  34. 3 points
    During first 5 Guru's time, Sikhs would have worn very simple turban styles. The sole purpose was to keep our uncut hair covered and clean. By time of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji things changed. It was time for Sikhs to fight against injustice and protect the innocent. The Sikh bana (chola, big kachera, dumala, kamarkassa, gatra with kirpan) was created as our warrior uniform. It was designed to be practical for fighting, horse riding etc. Certain colours became favored like blue, orange and yellow. Suddenly Sikhs had a strong identity, and they were tyar bar tyar. Dumala is the best turban style for battle. It won't fall off easy, it acts as protection for your head, and could be used to hold shastar like chakar. Guru Gobind Singh Ji made our identity even more stand out, "there's a Sikh", by giving hukam of keeping 5Ks Dumala carried on from that time. After battles were over slowly the dumala shastar became less frequently seen, dumala sizes became smaller. Today each group has their own interpretation of it. Nihang Singh's are very tyar bar tyar - their dumalas reflect this normally having chakars or shastar on. I used to tie taksali dumala - because taksal is what I was looking at growing up. I admired people like Sant Jarnail Singh Ji (still do) Relevance of bana and dumala today I realized bana is our 'jang di paishak' (battle uniform). I have serious respect for bana but think there's a time and place for it. For my office job I tie patiala shahi style pagh and it looks incredibly smart with a suit and tie under which I wear 3 inch kirpan. But for playing gatka I tie dumala, wear chola, big kachera and a 9 inch kirpan in gatra which I proudly wear over, not under, clothing
  35. 3 points
    A while back i saw video of hinduvasta making a christian pastor who was converting masses low caste hindus ride a donkey with his clothes off in public... We should use rss like they use us against muslims.....Sikhs are now spinless kaum...
  36. 3 points
    Its very true, you read hindu scriptures and you look at their practice today and its nothing alike. Hinduism has become a culture or tradition now rather than an actual faith. The whole cow vigilante thing is just an excuse to attack muslims, hindus don't give a monkeys about cows, you go india and see the state of the cows there they are starving and you can see their bones. The yogi guy from UP opened a cow ashram yet the living condition of the cows in the ashram is not too different to the cows on the streets. india makes a lot of profit from cow meat, leather etc so thats why in some states you cans still slaughter cows. The whole cow thing is just a political thing. The marathas never were a hindu empire it was like any other predatory empire with the aim to gather wealth not protect hindu dharam. The bhamans that used to work for the mughals themselves used to assist the mughals in demolishing and raiding mandirs. sikhi and hindu culture is very blurred in punjab, the line is very thin, its quite complex, its not black and white. your average hindu in punjab goes gurdwara as well and really is no different to your average sikh in punjab. hindus also do akand paaths in their houses. you will see many hindu houses especially the aroras with OM as well as khandas outside their kotis. We have a poor arora lady working for us and she told me she reads japji sahib everyday and her son recently went to hazur sahib, but at the same time b4 her husband passed away she also used to keep karva chauth wear sindoor etc. the line is very blurred. Even people that come from a sikh bloodline don't practice sikhi and do their own thing, like the jatts where i am from build tombs and worship their ancestor, same with the sainis, this is their main belief, same with my family. the khatri sikhs keep kesh but go mandir, their wives keep karva chauth and they where sindoor and they do pooja at home and have photos of devte in their shops etc Sikhi is like the blanket religion in Punjab that everyone has some link with or some involvement with regardless of caste or religious background. Like the hindus do their own thing yet still go gurdwara, the khatris do their hindu stuff and go gurdwara, jatts/sainis worship their tombs and go gurdware, ravidassias guru is ravidass yet many still believe in guru nanak and do gurpurb though they seem to not like the khalsa concept the only real sikhs iv seen are the ones from gursikh families every pind has a few of these families, everyone else just practices whatever their practice was b4 their ancestors came into sikhi.
  37. 3 points
    Good to see we helping our own for once. It's these kinda charities and organisations that deserve our donations and daswaand contributions to keep the faith and faithful looked after.
  38. 3 points
    Those Sikhs should partake in this Shiaa festival......in solidarity with their muslims brothers
  39. 3 points
    What we dont have at the moment is a national Sikh think tank made up of educated intellectuals who can investigate problems within the panth and give solutions. From my casual observation it is not just "sikh girls" who are seen as easy it is the white girls and hindu girls too. And these groups were the ones targeted by muslim men because surprise surprise they were easy. In the west out of all of them the white girls are seen as the easiest who sleep with anyone because its their feminist non-religious right to, then its the hindu girls then the sikh girls. Muslim girls also are seen as easy nowadays especially since rise of social media. Theres plenty of them that dress proactively, smoke sheesha, drink alochol, smoke weed and having casual sex with guys who DM inbox them. What it comes down to is the feminist matriarchal environment they are living in and how they are brought up. If they live in an environment where its socially acceptable to whoore around then thats what they will do because the rules of the game allow for it and are promoted. They would never get away with their public antics in islamic countries or villages/towns of india because the traditional conversation and patriarchy culture puts a stop to that pretty swiftly. So what we can learn from this is: 1) family environment is very important when raising your daughters and sisters, they must be given good traditional conservative sikh families and taught self respect. 2) Try your best to not let them mix in environments where they will be influenced to become corrupted by things they see done by their friends and peers. 3) Show more balanced versions of gurbani where dressing modestly is encouraged and promoted rather than the evil feminist twisting out of context gurbani quotes of "she gave birth to kings". Of those Sikh brothers who are worried about not finding good punjabi/indian sikh females as partners to raise a family you are right there isn't many because the gender ratio is screwed. So go for non-sikh girls who are willing to become Sikhs and give birth to sikh kids there is nothing wrong in that. Alot of white women are married to punjabi sikhs and having kids with them even with turbaned sardars theres a few on instagram. For the Sikh sisters who hold firm to the faith and good traditional family values that brings pride to he community. Continue holding your head up high and creating the next generation of wise and intelligent Sikhs strong in their faith and strong in defending Sikhi.
  40. 3 points
    This was my Dad's favourite he always used to get a lot of bairag with it, we played it at his sanskar.I think one time when we first used to go to AKJ rehnsbhai kirtans in 1979/80 we actually met him travelling up on train.
  41. 3 points
    Another unique breed the ‘Fresian’. It reminds me of Singhs after Keshi Ashnaan. Look at the length of their hair.
  42. 3 points
    There's only one book to read in a crisis such as the one we're currently experiencing:
  43. 3 points
    wuhan is a manmade virus as is african swine flu , both of which already have patented vaccines ... You are more likely to die of cancer from the water and tainted food crops, a bullet from a baraati, road accident first before a so called zoonotic virus in Punjab.
  44. 3 points
    It's not the married or not married, it's the sexting part you just wouldn't think amritdharis are into that stuff. You would presume that self control is an important part of being amritdhari. What if you have bani and listen to simran on the same phone ? And then send naked pics of yourself and sexy texts to your wife on the same phone? Is that ok? But like I said everyone does the same stuff these days anyway. Its only the presumption that amritdharis dont do that kind of stuff that makes the question funny
  45. 3 points
    No, hes a Nihang Singh.
  46. 3 points
    according to Guru ji yes we become patit i.e. non-sikh listening to , then living in Guru's hukham is the first message of Japji Sahib after Mool Mantar. the Patka is not a dastar it is just one step from rumal on jooda as it has no lads no sikh wore patkey before the eighties, and no rumal before the seventies. It is pure backsliding of parents
  47. 3 points
    Never heard this before KALI SWEEPS THE FLOORS OF GURU NANAK DEV JI Pritpal Singh / January 13, 2015 For the pooja at the temple. As he was about to leave, the king of this kingdom had a heart attack. Madan who was present with the king sat by him as he was being treated by doctors. The king worried about his successor, decided to leave his kingdom for Chandrahans whom he had found to be a very worthy successor. He immediately decided to test him and declare him his successor if he passed away. The king immediately dispatched Madan to go and get Chandrahans by his bedside. Madan found Chandrahans walking towards the mandir. Madan told Chandrahans about the king’s order to see him immediately. Chandrahans told him of Dhrishtbudhee’s, his father – law’s wish to have pooja done at the mandir. Madan took the pooja stuff from Chandrahans and told him to go to the king and that he in the meanwhile would perform pooja on Chandrahans’s behalf. Madan went to the temple whereas Chandrahans went to see the king. By then Dhrish tbudhee too had arrived by the bedside of king and was surprised to see Chandrahans there. The king asked him questions to test him and Chandrahans answered all of them successfully. The king declared him the king. Dhrishtbudhi asked Chandrahans where Madan was and Chandrahans told him that Madan had gone to the temple to perform pooja. Hearing this Dhrishtbudhi went pale. He immediately rushed out towards the mandir fearing the worst. To his horror, he saw the blood soaked dead body of his son Madan there. Madan had been murdered mercilessly. Dhrishtbudhi’s third attempt on Chandrahans’s life had turned futile and actually had harmed him again. Not being able to sustain the sorrow of the death of his only son Madan, Dhrishtbudhi took out his dagger and stabbed himself to death. If we try to do evil to others, only bad can happen to us as a result of this. Chaudhary (the village head) of Malsihan village was a devotee of Goddess ‘Kali’, and respected all holy people. When Guru Nanak Dev visited Malsihan village, Chaudhary Bhagirath devotedly served him. At night he would sleep where Guru ji was sleeping. Early in the morning when Guru ji got up forprayers, Bhagirath went to fetch water for his bath. When he was returning with the buckets of water from the well, he noticed a beautiful lady with eight arms sweeping the floor with a broom. Bhagirath inquired who she was and why she had come from her house so early. She replied that she was the Goddess Kali. Bhagirath at once fell at her feet and prayed. He then asked her why was it that she being the mother of the whole world, supporter of all Gods and destroyer of the demons was sweeping the floors of Guru Nanak Dev’s room? She replied that this holy person was none other than the Unmanifest aspect of the Supreme Being himself, whereas she was the Manifest aspect and her powers were derived from the services of saints like Guru Nank Dev. On hearing this, Bhagirath became a disciple of Guru ji and devoted his life to the service of saints and meditation on ‘Waheguru’. He was thus liberated from the cycle of life and death. One Bhagirath of Malsihan town was there who earlier was a devotee of Kali, the Goddess. – Bhai Gurdaas Ji Vaar
  48. 3 points
    Motipur khalsa village in phillaur
  49. 3 points
    Im sure we can convince the Japanese we are are similar to them in some ways. ie our views and cultural dress sence. Ie This guy could be mistaken for a japanese samarai warrior if you did not take a double look.
  50. 3 points
    Yes. And the Sikh panth will be like the Christian denominations who hilariously don't believe in really anything anymore, other than whatever the latest idea of the day is from the "hip" intellectuals. If you're only a year or so behind the curve, you're a racist, you're an able-ist, a homophobe, transphobe, etc. This, by the way, is in itself a good idea to keep sex-segregated seating in Gurdwaras, because it underlines the idea of two sexes. You will see a push for mixed seating for exactly this reason (that otherwise people have to make a binary choice). Also, you'll see people questioning Guru Gobind Singh ji's decision to make a binary split on sex naming his Khalsa members "Singh" or "Kaur". Since these explicitly split up Sikhs into male and female, that'll be the 1st thing on the chopping block. Mixed Panj Piyare. It'll be like a diversity parade. Every Punj Piyare will have to have 3 "women" and 2 "men", 1 of them, of course, transitioned to something, or nothing. 1 of them African, 1 white, 1 Indian, 1 Pacific Islander, maybe 1 Punjabi. 1 of them, at least, disabled. So they won't be able to sit in bir asan, of course. They'll have chairs in front of the Amrit bata. And so will the sangat. 1 of them will not even be able to speak, so they'll just use a voice synthesizer--Steven Hawkins-style.


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