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  1. Bhai Sukha Singh Ji / Mehtab Singh Ji - Who killed Massa Rangar for the descreation of the Harimandir Sahib.

    Bhai Subeg Singh / Shabaz Singh - Attained Shaheedi on the Chakri

    Bhai Jai Singh Khalkhat - Who was tied upside down and skinned alive after refusing to carry the Hookah of a Muslim Governor.

    Bhai Taru Singh Ji - Who's scalp was removed for refusing to convert to Islam.

    Bhai Haquiquat Singh - Who refused to recongnise his mother after she tried to save him from Shaheedi claiming he was not a Singh.

    Baba Moti Ram Mehra & Family - Who were made Shaheed for serving milk to the Chotte Sahibzaade at Sirhind in the Thanda Burj.

    Diwan Todar Mal - Who bought the most expensive piece of land by stacking coins on their sides to carry out the Antim Sanskar of the Chotte Sahibzaade and Mata Gujri Ji.

    Bhai Mansha Singh Ji - Who was made shaheed within the Sarovar of Harimandir Sahib whilst trying to light Jot at Sri Darbar Sahib

    Bibi Rajni Ji - Who was married to a man suffering from Leprosy, and left him by the now Amrit Sarovar at Ramdaspur to find food, he saw black sparrows coming out of the sarovar as white doves. Dipped himself in with full sharda and left one finger out so that his wife Bibi Rajni would recognise him.

    Jathedar Akali Baba Hanuman Singh ji - Attained shaheedi whilst fighting against the british at a time when there were orders to shoot Nihangs on site.

    Baba Atal Rai Ji - Son of Sri Guru HarGobind Sahib Ji

     

    Just the few Gurmukhs from the top of my head :)


  2. 15 minutes ago, Singh1989 said:

    Ah! My Boss goes he wears a dastar. Zero problems encountered. Due to nature of work he has to go UK to Poland twice a year. Security have more awareness since a few years.

    Thank you! Do you know whether he has to remove his dastar during security?


  3. 1 minute ago, jkvlondon said:

    look unless you are at home I doubt seriously you would be able to wash and change . Practically speaking our underwear will get dirty , it is expected to,  that's why we wash and change everyday/when we have to do sewa . You are trying your best to get practice and that is good , just count this as a mistake , clean up as best as you can and resolve to change yourself as soon as you are able . I have never heard of having to change immediately , you need to use your common sense , keeping safai is very important but we are not stuck in pollution mentality  such as exists in other faiths.  However if you were to do sewa in Gurdwara yes you need extra suchumta  especially for direct sewa of Guru ji so then in that case you would have to bathe and change . Same is true of abhilakees taking Amrit keshi ishnaan .

    Thank you phenji, I kind of gathered that might be the case, but you don't know if you don't ask!


  4. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh,

    Before I write this benti to all Sangat - this is a post for advice, if you are going to come with a holier than thou attitude or ridicule then please do not bother replying!

    So I have just started wearing the Panj Kakkar, as practice before I take Amrit, and I have a question about the Kacchera.

    I work in in a professional role in central London, and today went to the bathroom to 'pee', I wiped my parts before re-tying my naala, when I looked down I noticed some residue on the kachera.

    Now I have been told before by family members that if this happens you need to do Ardaas and change your Kacchera immediately? Is this the case?

    I only ask because my family are kind of against me taking Amrit so not sure whether this is just hearsay or another way to deter me from taking Pahaul.

    I don't see anyway round this as there probably will always bee some kind of residue?

    Any Singhs that can provide any advice on this, will be much appreciated.

    Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!


  5. 19 minutes ago, mahandulai said:

    the point I am trying to make, none of can provide evidential proof, and our sikhi shouldn't be based on quoting words said 300 years ago. 

    You are of lower intelligence, for not understanding, this simple fact - if I disagree with something, I will MOST DEFINITELY tell everyone about it.

    LOL ok then - because you have full Gian of everything going on. Go troll on another site.

    Sorry but I don't need evidential proof of what my Guru said - if you don't believe it then fine - move on mate - you are actually getting boring now.


  6. 23 hours ago, mahandulai said:

    Guru taught us to be without pride, yet all I hear from Sikhs, are 'be a proud sikh'.

    Guru also taught us to have faith in the Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 10 Human Gurus, and Gurbani in general. However you seem hell bent not to follow that but question everything else. What is your actual issue? I have not seen you post anything positive on this site.

    You seem you need evidential proof of everything that makes us as Sikhs Unique and that enables us to stand out as a Nirmal / Anokha Panth.

    Be Proud

    Be Proud of our Gurus that stood up to the tyrannical rule of the time.

    Be Proud of the Shaheeds that didn't waiver from their faith even when faced with death.

    Be Proud of the Chaar Shaibzaade who attained Shaheedi at such a young age but again did not waiver.

    Be Proud of Our Sadhu Sant Mahatma's that have shown us the way to reach Waheguru through Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Simran.

    Be Proud of our Jarnail's like Sant Jarnail Singh Ji who took on the whole Indian Establishment.

     

    Ego / Pride in ones self is completely different to pride in the way out ancestors stood for justice, faith and honour. I would seriously suggest that you read Gurbani, do Vichaar on the word of the Guru:

    Bhul Chuk Maaf

    A Proud Learning and Mistake Making Sikh of the Guru

    Gur Fateh :waheguru:

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  7. Yet again @mahandulai do you have nothing better to do than point fingers at either our doctrine, our way of life or the Kakkars.

    If you do not have the faith that's fair enough but do not bring your negativity to a site which  :

    a) Is high spirited and proud of our History and achievements.

    b) Is here to support and Guide.

     I can understand if you has posed your question in a way in which others could maybve help you understand, however you submit point blank opinions with no evidence and expect a discussion!

    Pick up a history book - It'll do you wonders!

    Gur Fateh

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  8. You would think that...

    September 2017 my 3 month prgeant wife and I were in India. our hotel was close by to Sri Bangla Sahib so we went for the evening Katha and Kirtan. Being pregnant we were aware of our surroundings so we were trying to be careful, I kidn of whispered in her ear to move to the side to do Matha tekh - and was then slapped on the back by a sevadaar telling me to be quiet. Bearing in mind im a 6ft1 guy I was a little shocked of all things! We did Matha and I went back up the the sevaddar and asked her what the problem was. We were told that we were breaking gur Maryada by talking in the Darbaar - which in turn fair enough if we were wrong we were wrong but I drew her attention to the visitors (Tourists from India and Out) that had their backs to Maharaaj and taking lewd selfies for the gram and likes.

     

    There was no response - our own institutions are too scared to say anything to tourists and non Sikh visitors just in case the 'maya' stops coming in. As I think someone else has said - you wouldn't go and take selfies like people do at Darbaar Sahib inside a Mandir or Masjid. We visited a Mandir in Delhi as part of our tour and were told specifically that all cameras (including phones) had to be left outside to protect the sanctity of the Mandir.

     

     

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  9. So I was diagnosed with Diabetes Type 2 back in March. Just kept being really thirsty and what not, diet has always been good - weight lifting and loads of cardio. So it came as a bit of a shock when my hbca was over 21 (for someone with controlled sugar it should be between 5.0 and 7.0).

    Best thing to do is cut all sugar drinks out - stick to Zero or Diet (again in proportion).

    The docs will say to cut yogurt, fried foods and ghee etc - its not about cutting it out completely its about controlling your intake.

    Best things to do as said above :

    1. Control Sugar Intake - do not cut completely

    2. Control carbohydrate intake (roti, chawl, potatoes etc) replace with alternatives such as cauliflower rice , Quinoa, brown rice - always try and go for the whole-wheat option.

    3. Physical exercise - I have a desk job so always try to get at least 10 - 15 k steps in a day. Weekends are easier as my little one is only 4 months so walking is always good.

     

    Diabetes is all about control - not cutting out! Hope this helps 0- drop me a message if you want any other info :)

    Daas Guru Sahib Ka

     

    Gurvinder Singh

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  10. VJKK VJKF Brother,

     

    To be honest with you - I hear what you are saying. I had the same issues although I didn't have a full grown beard. But when I did find the woman that I wanted to marry, not only did she encourage me to grow out my daari she has been ever more supportive of growing together in Sikhi. Since our Anand Karaaj we have only grown more in love with Sikhi.

     

    Trust me its hard but its worth it in the end when you find the right woman. Keep faith brother and do Ardas to Maharaaj

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  11. Hi Phenji,

    Maharaj Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji did not do phere around agni like Hindus do... please see below:

     

    Mool Chand arranged for the Brahmin priests to debate the exact marriage rituals to be followed with the Guru. The Guru was sitting besides a crooked mud wall (kandh) discussing the marriage plans with the Brahmin clergy. As the wall was damaged and in poor state, and there had been recent rains, some in the bride's party thought that it may fall on top of the Guru. An elderly lady was asked by the bride's family to warn Guru Nanak about the danger. The old woman approached the Guru and warned him of the pending danger from the damaged wall.

    Guru Nanak just smiled and said "Mataji, ehh kand sadeeya layah nehee digdee..." - "This wall will not fall for centuries. The will of God shall prevail." In fact, the wall is still preserved within the Gurdwara Kand Sahib and a celebration is held here every year on the anniversary of Guru Nanak's marriage.

    In 1487, the marriage finally did take place, and it did ignore the Brahmin rituals. Guru Nanak and his bride took four rounds instead of the prescribed seven around the sacred fire. It is said that he also spoke a few words at the ceremony. Unfortunately, these words were not duly recorded and nothing has been written regarding Sulakhani's thoughts or sentiments on the subject.

    That the event had a profound effect on her can certainly be taken for granted. At any rate, the marriage party and celebrations were a grand and impressive event attended by the rich and influential people of that lime. Early writers have indicated that it was a most grand affair as befitted the daughter of the town's tax collector.

    Dera Sahib Gurdwara was built at the place where stood the house of Mul Chand, father of Bibi Sulakhni, wife of Guru Nanak Dev where the actually wedding took place. Kand Sahib Gurdwara, was built at the place where the marriage party of Guru Nanak Dev was made to rest before the wedding ceremony took place,

     

    hope this helps :)


  12. VJKK VJKF,

    Quick question to all Sangat - I know that Gur Mantr is 'Waheguru' but was wondering what are peoples thoughts on doing Simran on Dhan Guru Nanak?

     

    My understanding is that Nanaksar Samparda do simran on Dhan Guru Nanak... it is permissible in the Panth?

     

    Bhul Chuk Maaf


  13. WJKK WJKF

    I recently got married, around 10 months ago, and my wife moved in with myself and my family. My family are religious to an extent but dad and bro are pagg wale with cut beards. The first few months of marriage were okay, from around April we have seen a lot of issues, such as :

     

    1. "your wife doesn't do anything" ie when the mrs cooks and it isn't to my parents approval they won't eat it.

    2. If we go out during the weekend / for dinner or social - we get told we are being disrespectful and that we have too much money for our own good. 

    3. I've just decided to grow out my Dari and have it prakash- that's also been ridiculed.

    Don't get me wrong every family has issues and every marriage has teething problems. We've had our ups and downs but the other week we got told quite viciously to leave the house as we were not wanted. So I adhered for myself and my wife a rented apartment etc. My question I guess is how would you have dealt with it ? It just feels as if the world and its dog is after us at the moment.

     

    any suggestions / help is appreciated 

     

    thanks 

     

    WJKK WJKF

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