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  1. 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
  2. This is nothing new, even amongst humans. There are many examples in the Mahabharat/Ramayan/etc. where humans have married devte or even rakhshas etc.
  3. With regards to Bhagat Farid Ji, Guru Nanak Maharaj met Sheikh Brahm. "Farid" is the gadhi of the saints. Sheikh Brahm was the 4th Farid from the one who you are referring to. Interesting side note: Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj Kaleran Wale said that they were Sheikh Brahm in a previous life.
  4. ...can't believe no one has thought of this yet...but the question shouldn't be "why do you want more than one wife?", the real question should be "why the hell do you want more than one mother-in-law!?". Honestly, I can't even get a girl to message me back, and OP wants a second marriage!
  5. Of course we are all aware of the Incident when indira gandhi visited the Gurdwara, and Sant Giani Kartaar Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindran Wale were doing sewa of Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
  6. Gatra not needed. Karamarkasaa might be better for you
  7. So, even though love jihad is bull crap, there is a reason for it? Two very contradictory statements...
  8. Tbh, I don't know that it does, and I highly doubt it is. It is 21 books in 5 volumes. I bought the hard copy back in 2010 from Chattar Singh Jeevan Singh.
  9. There are many various significances, depending on the tradition: - the 108 pressure points of the body - the 108 evils etc. Another tradition is that the jaap is done with the intention of doing 100, but 8 extra are there just incase of any jaap skipped or missed. One interesting thing I read in Anand Chamatkar (biography of Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj Kaleran Wale, written by Bhai Gurmukh Singh Ji, Hazoori Raagi of Baba Ji for 12 years) that Baba Ji used to say about this: - there is no "ginntee" (count/number) before 1 and no ginntee after 100. So you take
  10. I've never come across any rehatvaan Sikh (Singh or Singhni) who has a problem with the Anand Karaj. It's these new-age third-wave feminist types who do... When you walk one behind the other, you're both the same physical distance from the Guru. And if you still have a problem with that, then you know who's closer to the Guru? The Granthi Singh! Wanna complain about that too?...
  11. Wonderful replies here by the sangat . A small point to note; if you walk side by side, one of you will stand closer to the Guru and have to walk a slightly shorter distance, while the other will have to stand a little further away from the Guru and walk a slightly longer distance. Who will it be? And how do you decide who gets to stand closer to the Guru? This is what happens when you start splitting hairs. As sangat have mentioned, if you don't like the Anand Karaj, you are more than welcome to get "married" in any other way you see fit...
  12. Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj Kaleran Wale (Nanaksar) used to say that kirtan should be done in raag, as that is how the Baani came. If you are unable to sing raag, then do kirtan in straightforward "dhaarnaa" (as Sant Isher Singh Ji Rarewale, Sant Attar Singh Ji Mastuanawale did). But one should never do kirtan in these filmy/vikaari tunes. (This is from Anand Chamatkar, written by Bhai Gurmukh Singh Ji). Unfortunately, this is exactly what is happening these days. Certain jathas/kirtanis do this. No use/understanding of traditional instruments either. No wonder the youth are losing to
  13. Have you seen the local council for emergency housing? I'm assuming you're from the UK.
  14. Tbh, even "our own" can't be trusted. I personally stopped giving a damn what other people thought a long time ago, especially when it comes to rishta/marriage.
  15. Damn! Beat me to it!...
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