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  1. How is this compared to other grammar books? Any big differences? Compared to Prof. Sahib Singh etc.
  2. What kind of ridiculous statement is this?! Guru Nanak Dev Jee freed us from this middleman ideology. A Gursikh needs NO ONE else aside from Satguru to get to Sach Khand. Sant, Mahapurskh etc should only be seen as inspiration and not some type of special middle man that will get us to Sach Khand.
  3. Read Unditti Dunia by Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh. He talks about mystical Gurmat topics, like Dharam Raaj, Jamdoots, Sach Khand etc. Book is available in english and Punjabi. But it is very complex and hard to read.
  4. Having other Keertan programs at the Same time as Akhand Paat is totally wrong. I have seen people turn off the Akhaand Paat mic and turn on the one for Keertan and basically the akhand paat is "turned off" for a while. The whole point of an Akhand Paat is to listen to the entire Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee.
  5. I too was very skeptical but after watching this video some of my doubts and questions have been answered.
  6. There a Saakhi (account) which claims that when Guru Amar Daas Ji first met Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Ji invited his daughter’s father-inlaw (Baba Amar Daas Ji) to eat Langar. Rice and daal (lentils) were first served, then “maha-parshaad” was served. Baba Amar Daas Ji said to himself, “I have never eaten meat before, if I do, where does this leave my dharma?” Baba Ji thought to himself that, if this Guru is perfect and all-knowing he will tell the sevadaars (volunteers) to not serve him the meat. Guru Angad Dev Ji told the sevadaars to not offer Baba Amar Daas Ji “maha-parshaad”. Hearing this,
  7. Where are you guys based in. Do you ship to canada
  8. A good book to read about this would be Gurmat Bibek by Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh. He goes into all the different types of Bibek. Simran Bibek and Rehat Bibek. Out of which Sarbloh Bibek is one, others are Amritvela, Ishnaan, Dasvandh etc.
  9. Very good topic. I've been meaning to write something similar to this for a while now. How the Panth has become followers of what my Sant said rather than what my Guru said. Hopefully I can write it soon. We need to respect all Gursikhs, Sants, Mahapurkhs, Bhai Sahibs like Sant Jarnail Singh, Sant Gurbachan Singh, Baba Nand Singh, Baba Isher Singh and Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh etc. but also realize that although they all got to high levels in Sikhi they weren`t 100% perfect, only Guru Sahib is 100% perfect. Hopefully I`ll expand on this soon.
  10. It`s not about judging anyone, its just following Guru Sahib`s hukam. If you guys still don`t think its according to Gurmat, then we can just agree to disagree. One of my favourite lines from Rehatnamai about Bibek is: ਜਾਕੀ ਰਹਿਤ ਨ ਜਾਣੀਐ ਗੁਰਮੰਤ੍ਰ ਨਹੀ ਚੀਤ || ਉਨਕਾ ਭੋਜਨ ਖਾਇਕੈ ਬਿਸਰਹਿ ਹਰਿ ਸਿਉ ਪ੍ਰੀਤ || “One who has no Rehit (discipline) and does not meditate on the Gurmantar (given by the Panj Pyaare when one receives khande-di-pahul); If you eat their food, you will loose the love for God.” (Rehitnama Bhai Chaupa Singh) I would recommend you guys read these: http://www.sikhanswers.com/rehat-
  11. You can say taking Amrit contributes to Ego as well, as you start to think you're better than those that haven't taken Amrit. So should one not talk Amrit in order to keep away from Ego? Dont blame the rehat, blame the individual who has the Ego after keeping Rehat. It is not such an easy thing to control the 5 chhor. Just taking amrit and keeeping rehat is going to turn on an automatic switch that will get rid of them. It takes a lot of Naam Abhiaas and Gurbani Paat to control them.
  12. Why is keeping Bibek Rehat not the rehat of the Guru? Read this: http://www.sikhanswers.com/rehat-maryada-code-of-conduct/why-are-some-sikhs-strict-about-who-prepares-the-food-they-eat/
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