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  1. https://amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/oct/11/transgender-prisoner-who-sexually-assaulted-inmates-jailed-for-life https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10/11/transgender-prisoner-born-male-sexually-assaulted-female-inmates/amp/
  2. Jug means an age. This does not necessarily have a set amount of years. For example, according to the sanatan traditions, kaljug is 432000 years in length (we're about 4500-5000 years in to it). The previous jug, Dwapar, was twice this, 864000. Prior to that, Treta jug was double that and the prior Sat jug was double Treta. And before all of these, Gurbani talks of "36 jugs" of nothingness. These 4 jugs are cyclic in nature. As such, there is no set defined length of a "jug", merely that it is an age. As far as your second point goes, it could mean he is talking of the Gurgaddi, or his own Guru i.e. Guru Amar Das Ji. But I'm not entirely sure. Maybe someone more learned could give you a more complete answer?
  3. Could I ask (as an extension to the original question) about dancing? Personally I believe (much like profane music) that it is not allowed. However, if we were to be asked about evidence from Gurbani (and let's face it, we always are) then what quotes for proof can we give? I usually say that there is no evidence from the Gurus bani (Aad Dasam Sarbloh), bhai Gurdas, bhai Nand Lal, any ithihas (panth parkash (parcheen/naveen), suraj prakash), janam sakhi, mahapursh bachan etc etc that allows dancing within Sikhi. However, usually people who try and view Gurbani with a black-and-white/abrahamic mindset try to say that there is no explicit "command" that forbids it. Would like to know the Sangat's thoughts on this, and how they would answer such a question.
  4. The Venus fly trap is probably the best argument against vegetarianism...a plant that eats meat
  5. He's the son of Darshan Dass, the guy who got shot in the 80s I think. In England.
  6. I didn't miss anything training with him, as I had the intellectual understand to simply walk up to him and ask him any question , and he was always more than happy to explain. It's not rocket science
  7. And again, let's stop side-tracking, eh? If you have answers or evidence, please share. No point in making useless comments. And I actually have states on a number of occasions over the years. I did used to train under him. Unfortunately, due to my own work and family commitments, I couldn't continue my training, but am grateful for the time I did spend training under him.
  8. Again, let's' break it down. Have you trained under him? What is your experience? Have you asked him? Etc. As far as lifting weights goes; one does not become a good fighter simply by lifting weights. I know of many martial arts masters, for whom lifting weights/muscular strength is not in any way a core part of their training regime. As far as eating sausages goes, nihangs do eat meat. And the great thing about sausage is, you know it's never gonna be halal! Still waiting on evidence against SV.....
  9. @Singh123456777, Bro, still waiting on your evidence. ....
  10. I've studied various martial arts for many years as well, and I say it is the real deal. But let's leave subjective opinions out for a second. You say he studied with different instructors of different arts. Do you have any evidence to back up this bogus claim? Who are these phantom instructors? How come they haven't come forward with this magical claim that you've just made? If you look at the various seminars Gurdev Niddar Singh has done with other instructors, they all say it' the real deal. Of course there's some overlap, there always is. That does not constitute plagiarism. For example, a "tiger-style" of fighting will be similar across different martial arts, because it is based on the same animal. Ideological differences aside, every time this topic pops up, I always look for the evidence behind the bogus claims that people make. But in every situation, much like yours, there is no evidence. What a pathetic plight, that the whole world accepts SV as the real deal, except our own people! Awaiting your thoughts and evidence Bro. ...
  11. Says who? Please show evidence for this typical cliché claim.
  12. Let's actually get down to it here. How many of you (yes, you keyboard warriors as well) have actually gone up to him and discussed your grievances with him personally? I gonna guess not much (if any). I used to train under him back in the day (but work commitments have put my training on hold). Whenever I or any of us had a question, we used to ask him directly. And he would take the time (as long as we needed) to explain each point in detail. He is always absolutely open to dialogue, but it seems no one wants to discuss anything with him directly! I've seen this pattern for years now. Now coming downto the point which ruffles a lot of feathers. And some gatka boys may find this offensive. How many people think that what he teaches is not the authentic shastar vidiya? And how many believe gatka is the authentic vidiya. In my many years (yes, I'm that old) I've seen many senior gatka students leave gatka after being disillusioned and join his ranks. Some of these people are from the famous baba ajit Singh akhara from Southall. I've seen both and done both. Bottom line: gatka is a tamasha, SV is the real deal. Period.
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