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About BlazinSikh

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  1. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Thank you Ji for enquiring. Please keep updating on when an amrit sanchaar will happen.
  2. Herd any news on the amrit sanchaar?
  3. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Question: What is the width meant to be for a dumalla? From the video I had shared I had noticed the Paaji's dumalla width looked shorter than one metre it looked half one metre? So what is the width of a dumalla meant to be? Here is the link
  4. If it is not Canada then it will definitely be U.K. ?
  5. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Does the concept of then saint soilder/warrior come within in the word "Kshatriya". From limited knowledge i know that Kshatriya means warrior.
  6. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! From my experience with full voile, I find it quite difficult. I recall a time in which tying my bunga with a full voile cloth took me a good 5 hours and by then I had completely given up to even begin my dumalla. I am hoping to have a good time with the Mul Mul material due to it recommendation.
  7. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! I used video, I haved watched the video numerous amount of time. But it was good.
  8. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! My question for sangat ji, is regarding the concept Sant Sipahi. Now i know that a sikh is to live their lives according to being a Sant (i.e incopperating the teachings Of Satguru Granths Sahib Ji, Piri) for the Atma, and to also live as Sipahi (i.e. incopperating the teachings of Sri Dasam Granth, and Sri Sarbloh Granth, Miri) to lives a warriors. Also seeing that being a Sant is also like being a Sipahi as you fight spiritually with one self against Maya as well as outside. But what other further depth is there regarding Sant Sipahi? And Also..... I have seen a few pictures of sant who do not adorn themselves with Kirpan, or any weaponary which may also hint that they are not shastardhari which is one of Satguru Gobind Singh Ji Hukam. So why donot wear a Kirpan? And Also When looking at the Mahapurakhs/Sants and the Nihangs i can see that there is a division as some have taken to become a Sipahi and some to become a Sant. Are we sikh not meant to be both rather than one? IMPORTANT NOTICE TO USERS. PLEASE DO NOT....WHAT SO EVER INSULT AND MAHAPURAKH, SANT, OR OTHER SIKH PERSONELS. I AM NOT CREATING THIS TOPIC TO INSULT ANY SANT, MAHAPURAKHS OR OTHER SIKH PERSONELS, I AM JUST AN UNEDUCATED HUMAN BEING WHO IS JUST ASKING A QUESTION. ALSO REMEMBER FOR EACH PERSON YOU INSULT, BACKBITE OR CURSE EACH ONE OF THIER SIN WILL BE PLACED ON YOUR HEAD SO NO ANTI- GURMAT BEHAVIOUR. THANK YOU BLAZINSIKH (INDERPAL SINGH)
  9. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! I do my bunga the same as Paaji in the video does it. https://m.youtube.com/watch?list=PL5vCyOvJRXGZFpHqz6coO7VnbiYA17Z8v&v=Zd6XGuK-dOI
  10. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! i am unware of whether 13Mirch Ji post is a reply to mine, but let me assure you that i was not making not hints. In todays world of Maya these sort of "friendships" do well exist so that i why i asked? and it is these sort of "friendships" we need to takle to protect sikhi from any more mordern day "friendship" If i have said (typed) in anything that may offended someone or sound rude i do apologize.
  11. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Thank You Babbar_Singhsta Ji for getting the topic rolling. My Experience from being a mona going towards the Guru, yesterday was my first time wearing a dumalla (a pretty huge dumalla in height) and honest to Vaheguru i was over the moon. The smile on my face could not even begin to describe the Nihaal of wearing the Guru's Bana. I used to wear a patka over my head and i would tie it on my head like a Doo rag which i honest to Vaheguru hated just due to the fact i did not feel sikhi wearing a rumalla/patka and plus i definintly did not look like a sikh, especially the way my beard is growing i would mostly get mistaken a muslim and not just as any muslim but someone who would look like they work for ISIS. But yesterday was a whole new experience now i know my dumalla was pretty huge and being from my part of London not a lot of people have seen a dumalla but it honestly did not matter to me one bit, i had a few looks from people astonished from my appearance, i had a few look at me with a smile and say "You look different" i have had a few employees question me about sikhi and the signifance of dumalla, i also had a couple of people somewhat make jokes behind my back. But honestly i could not even careless for Chor like me given a crown by Satguru is just something that can not be described. Dumalla material and size. Like i said my dumalla was pretty huge and quite puffy looking due to me stupidly using full voile and not mul mul. When i purchased the material online from http://www.sikhistore.com/ (in which i recommened) i had purchased a royal blue, full voile, in 10 meters and 5 meters, one for the bunga and one for the dumalla, however due to the material of full voile it was quite difficult for me to have a dumalla exactly the way it should be so i had to cut the bunga from 5 meters to 4.8 meters and the 10 meter dumalla to 5 meter (i think) and it came out ok but it was quite difficult to get the laars/lining to make the dumalla to look nice and neat. I have recently purchased a mul mul material from http://www.sikhistore.com/ and hoping that, that would solve my dilema. Tying my dumalla has taken my atleast 3 hours especially that my bunga never comes out properly. However from trying to use a full voile material i can atleast say that i was able to learn to tie a dumalla with a less chosen material. But even so my dumalla did not look neat and clean at all you could literally see the creasese and everything. Tips & Technique But from what i have learnt is that if the bunga does not come out properly then the dumalla will not come out as proper as you would expect it to be. and Mul Mul is the recommened material for a dumalla. Question? How do you was your dumalla?
  12. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Jatingill Ji, what do you mean by "friendship with married sikh couples"?
  13. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Somnambulist Ji, the writing I belive you are looking for is a shabad in Satguru Granth Sahib Ji. Here is the link: http://www.sikhnet.com/gurbani/audio/charan-chalo-marag-gobind
  14. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Sangat Ji, the reason I have started this topic is to allow sangat Ji to give their views/opinions/reviews on dastaar (i.e. size, material, style/type, tips & techniques). Even though I know there are many post regarding the dumalla or dastaar, I thought it would be great if we are able to have all questions/queries and answers under one post (help me especially). Few questions for example: What material is best for dumalla/dasaar and Why? Length of your/common dumalla/dastar? Experience you have gained from learning to tie your dumalla/dastaar? Tips and techniques? Recommended shop to purchase material (include shop contact details)? Your first time experience from wearing a dumalla/dastaar? And many more....... I hope with Guru's Kirpa this benefits sangat new and old with dumalla/dastaar based question?
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