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  1. 17th century match lock gun, kirches, swords and shields
  2. In Sarbloh Granth Sahib, word pistol comes and some people create doubt that pistol came into Punjab after jyoti-jyot of Dasmesh Pita, so Sarbloh Granth is not Guru Sahib's rachna. But at this war museum, 17th century pistol is on display. 17th century Pistol, Kataar and Kirch
  3. Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum is located in Ludhiana on Ludhiana Phillaur Road.
  4. https://www.peakprosperity.com/is-the-coronavirus-covid-19-now-unstoppable/
  5. https://archive.org/details/punjaubbeingbrie00stei The second edition of this book can be downloaded at the above link. Another quote from this book
  6. https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.502825 colonel Steinbach wrote a book in 1846 which can be downloaded at above link. He wrote about the sikh diet in the book.
  7. https://www.peakprosperity.com/video-the-feds-evil-juggernaut/
  8. https://www.sciencealert.com/the-blob-has-been-implicated-in-an-unprecedented-mass-seabird-death
  9. https://www.news18.com/news/world/over-5000-feral-camels-shot-dead-in-five-days-in-drought-hit-australia-2457903.html Over 5,000 Feral Camels Shot Dead in Five Days in Drought-hit Australia File photo: A camel train carries tourists on a sunset safari along Cable Beach located near the northwestern Australian town of Broome May 17, 2013. (Image: REUTERS) Aboriginal leaders in South Australia state said extremely large herds of the non-native camels had been driven towards rural communities by drought and extreme heat, threatening scarce food and drinking water. AFP LAST UPDATED: JANUARY 14, 2020, 4:27 PM IST SHARE THIS: Sydney: Helicopter-borne marksmen killed more than 5,000 camels in a five-day cull of feral herds that were threatening indigenous communities in drought-stricken areas of southern Australia, officials said Tuesday. Aboriginal leaders in South Australia state said extremely large herds of the non-native camels had been driven towards rural communities by drought and extreme heat, threatening scarce food and drinking water, damaging infrastructure, and creating a dangerous hazard for drivers. The cull in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands -- home to about 2,300 indigenous people in the arid northwest of South Australia -- ended on Sunday, said APY general manager Richard King. "We appreciate the concerns of animal rights activists, but there is significant misinformation about the realities of life for non-native feral animals, in what is among the most arid and remote places on Earth," King said in a statement on Tuesday. "As custodians of the land, we need to deal with an introduced pest in a way that protects valuable water supplies for communities and puts the lives of everyone, including our young children, the elderly, and native flora and fauna first." King said weakened camels frequently became stuck and died in water holes, contaminating water sources needed by locals and native animals and birds. "The prolonged dry period, while not difficult for native wildlife, leads to extreme distress for feral camels," he said. APY officials said the operation had removed more than 5,000 camels. The cull came as Australia experienced its hottest and driest year on record in 2019, with the severe drought causing some towns to run out of water and fuelling deadly bushfires that have devastated the country's southeast. Camels were first introduced to Australia in the 1840s to aid in the exploration of the continent's vast interior, with up to 20,000 imported from India in the six decades that followed. Australia is now thought to have the largest wild camel population in the world, with official estimates suggesting more than one million are roaming the country's inland deserts. The animals are considered a pest, as they foul water sources and trample native flora while foraging for food over vast distances each day. Traditional owners in the APY Lands have for years mustered and sold off feral camels. But more recently they have "been unable to manage the scale and number of camels that congregate in dry conditions", according to the environment department.
  10. plz watch the below video. does it say we shud chant matho murari?
  11. I just posted the link of the research that plants scream when stressed or when some physical damage is done to them. It will have to be approved by moderator. You r right this guy is a fake and some poor goraas are becoming his chelaas. All these " godmen" from india are aligned with BJP. Some time back this fake sadhguru said that all rivers of india shud be interlinked.
  12. You didn't get me veer. This guy is nowhere near a Satguru. He lies when he calls himself a Satguru. The reason I posted this video is because the video contains a scientific fact that plants scream when they r being eaten.
  13. Guru has all the powers of God but at the same time Guru lives in 100% will of God. It was the will of God that Guru Jyot shud transfer from 8th Patshah to 9th Patshah.
  14. Bhai Jagraj Singh Ji of Basics of Sikhi said that Britishers deliberately lowered the status of Guru in Sikhism by calling Guru just as a spiritual teacher whereas they called Jesus as son of God. Guru is a spiritual teacher but He is also God on earth and has all the powers of God. Guru can grant salvation to anyone in the blink of an eye.
  15. In Sikhism, Guru means God on earth. God gives all His powers to the Guru. Guru can do anything and everything.
  16. https://sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/01/03/a-statement-about-the-480-million-animals-killed-in-nsw-bushfire.html
  17. Thanx for this information. Feel so lucky to be a sikh. Quran is zero compared to Gurbani. Muslims might believe in one God but their understanding of the Supreme Being is very weak. They also have no understanding of reincarnation. They have no clue about the existence and life of Sachkhand.
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