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  1. If people of other religions, live their lives by following the principles of good moral behaviour, then these people will receive a good quality of life, in the next life. If a person wants to get in to Sachkhand, then they have to adhere to 10th Patshahi’s Sikhi, there’s no other route. Every era has their own maryada and rules. The maryada of this era, is that of Gursikhi, as prescribed by 10th Patshahi. Some people may ask, what about people before 10th Patshahi came to earth? 10th Patshahi’s maryada was always required. Look at the facts! Kesh were kept intact, by everyone, until a Demon minded king forced the kesh cutting of Brahmins, in order to rid them of their spiritual strength. Physical relations before marriage, or extra marital relations are forbidden in all scriptures. Tobacco is considered evil, even in ancient Sanskrit scriptures. Alcohol consumption and intoxicants are also forbidden in ancient scriptures. The killing of and consumption of animal flesh is also a punishable act in the court of the Dharam Raj. So, any deviance from the maryada will result in suffering. Any adherence to the maryada will result in sukh. The bottom line... If you want to get in to Sachkhand, Khandey di pauhal, and strict adherence to code of conduct is a complete necessity. Whether you take Amrit in this life, or the next life or lives, is up to you...
  2. The Sau Sakhi (part 1 and 2) by Partap Singh Mehta is the best to read. It is based on the oldest hand written copy. It is also in steek form. So clear meanings are given. The background to this Granth is also explained... https://archive.org/details/SauSakhi2
  3. In Sri Bachittar Natak, 10th Patshahi writes, that anyone claiming to be Parmeshar, will go to Narak...
  4. We have a written historical source, that states that, 10th Patshahi instructed Sikhs to Believe in SGGS as their everlasting Guru. Do we have any historical written sources, that state, Gadhi was passed on to another person..?
  5. Furthermore, a Persian dictionary titled Lughet-e-Kishwari, published in Lucknow in 1964, gives the meaning of the word Hindu as “chor [thief], dakoo [dacoit], raahzan [waylayer], and ghulam [slave].” In another dictionary, Urdu-Feroze-ul-Laghat (Part One, p. 615) the Persian meaning of the word Hindu is further described as barda (obedient servant), sia faam (black color) and kaalaa (black). So these are all derogatory expressions for the translation of the term hindu in the Persian label of the people of India.
  6. PTC have now started a separate channel. It is broadcast 24/7 and free of charge. PTC SIMRAN is broadcasting just Gurbani. Some really good live telecasts too, like the live coverage of Fatehgarh Sahib Jor Mela. There is also daily Katha of SriGurpratapSurajGranth....
  7. The word Hindu is not mentioned in any ancient Sanskrit scriptures. The word Hindu can be found in the old Persian dictionaries. The definition of the word Hindu, in the Persian dictionary is very derogatory, to say the least...
  8. Through Google search, back in 2009...
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFlivfXfh6A
  10. Full voile is good for this style. Rubia voile tends to be a much thicker and heavier material. F 74 Amritsari mal mal is also very soft and light....
  11. Of the 100 000 Saloks in the Vedas, 4000 Saloks sing the praise of the creator. Any scripture that sings the praise of the creator, cannot be rejected. The Vedas have also given the world, the Vedant. The Vedant explains the karma philosophy, it explains the incarnation philosophy, it also explains how pararabdh is made. The ten Patshahi did not reject the Vedas outright, they just took the relevant philosophies...
  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUedBHiPWFY
  13. Raja Janmeja was told beforehand, by his Guru, why he would suffer from leprosy. He was told exactly what not do to do, in order to avoid leprosy. Janmeja rejoiced at the opportunity of being told, what not to do, in order to avoid contracting leprosy. Despite being forewarned, Janjema gave in to temptation, and did exactly what he was told to avoid. Janjema succumbed to kaam, krodh, and hankaar. This story is written in the ancient Sanskrit Puranas. Guru Gobind Singh Maharajh has done the ulatha of this, in Gurmukhi, and is contained in Gyan Parbodh Bani...
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