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  1. The bride and groom are hindu, they had fere around fire . i pm'd this bibi and asked her respectfully, but she blocked me and didnt reply

    Gurdware ki karde firde sigay fer?

    We had problems with a "Sikh" and non Sikh getting married at the Guru Ghar, and people tried to defend it by illogically claiming that its okay because one party is "Sikh."

    What is the explanation for two Hindus getting married at the Gurdwara?


  2. There is too much beadbi going on of Maharaj nowadays in regards to marriage its so heartbreaking. If Guru Gobind Singh Ji was sitting there in physical form who would dare to do beadbi? Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the jot of all the 10 Gurus I don't understand what people don't understand about that. :stupidme:


  3. Focus on bhajan/bandigi. Listen to Kirtan listen to katha listen to gurbani. Get rid of all those things that make you feel negative. Forget about them all. And replace them with Gurbani and Sikhi Sidhaant. Then notice your life changing course! It'll become amazing because;

    charan saran gur eaek paiddaa jaae chala sath gur kott paiddaa aagae hoe laeth hai ||

  4. Women should decide themselves if they're comfortable doing seva of Maharaj because not all women are the same. Some have heavier flows whereas others do not. So for some men (and women) to generalize and prohibit other women from doing seva is not the right thing. Each woman to their own. Women know what they can or cannot handle and if someone wants to do seva of Maharaj they certainly should have enough sharda to refrain from doing seva when they know they cannot guarantee suchamta. Otherwise if a woman can guarantee suchamta I don't see why everybody else needs to interfere with her relationship with Maharaj.

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  5. Haiinnn?!?!?! mai taan tuhanu kuch vi ni keha bhenji... :blink2: :wow: :huh2:

    Nai veer ji mere toh galti ho gayi I read this thread through my phone and I did not notice the pictures posted by StarStriker Ji and I assumed JRoudh Ji was referring to the videos you posted.

    Ignore my ignorant response sangat Ji :blink2:

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  6. These pictures are nothing to be proud of. They depict a mona who is shaven with blood on a axe.

    I think you are forgetting this is a Sikh forum not a place to talk about some muslim tribes and posting pictures of people with axes and blood dripping from them.

    Okay so your proud to be a Jat and your also proud of your muslim jatt brothers pakistan for also being jat.

    Good for you star striker. It was jat people who were actually the first in india to embrace Islam. Everyone gives a lot of stick to south Indians for converting to Islam. But it was the jatt people who converted to Islam the most. The pakistani jatt probably dont care that your a jat also they probably just see you as another kaffir. why do you care about them so much. but each to their own.

    Mehtab Singh Ji wasn't saying anything about Jatts or promoting them. He literally only posted videos from a Punjabi movie he enjoyed when he was younger that so happens to be about 'Muslim Pakistani Jatts.'

    This thread is about Punjabi. Punjabi is also spoken in Pakistan Punjab. Hence why this movie was brought up. It has nothing to do with jaat paat.


  7. 'Sochte huye Guru' gives me goosebumps every time I listen to it. Such a fantastic movie! Evokes emotions out of everybody and the most powerful thing was (as everyone has already mentioned) after the movie ended there was dead silence. Everybody walking out of the theater was absolutely silent no words were spoken even in my family until we started driving home.

    Loved everything about this movie!

    Dhan dhan Badshah Darvesh Guru Gobind Singh Ji

    Dhan Dhan Chaar Sahibzaade

    Dhan Dhan Mata Gujri Ji

    Dhan Dhan Guru Ka Khalsa

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  8. He's being sarcastic and deliberate by comparing the Rampal Situation to Operation Blue Star. It is so ignorant of this 'Nihal' guy to compare the two because Sant Ji stood for the rights of Sikhs, paani da masla etc. plus there's countless proof indicating the government had already planned on attacking Darbar Sahib before Sant Ji 'fortified' it (if that's how the government wants to put it). So this Nihal guy really needs to pick up a history book before making ridiculous and naive comparisons. You can't take a situation and compare it to another situation just because it's a 'religious man' that has barricaded into a religious place. Sant Ji stood for political and religious matters. Whereas this Rampal guy no clue what he's doing but I'm positive it's nowhere near the atrocities the Sikhs had to face not only post '84 but pre '84. Truly a naive and uneducated statement.

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  9. I just think that we should focus on serving Guru Granth Sahib Ji and I think some people in our community really "over do" the amount that they do for the parcharaks coming to visit like doing everything they say without using own logic. Just because somebody is a parcharak it does not mean that they have the right to order or command someone to do something. Apdi budhi use karo and focus on Gurbani, try to understand Gurbani by yourself.

    I know of people that really go to extremes and confuse respect with worship. There is nothing wrong with listening to katha or paying respect to a kathavachik but there is a limit when it comes to worship and holding that person to such a high regard that any accusation becomes a matter of debate.

    Not picking sides here or blaming anybody just giving my two cents in this situation.

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  10. I really love this thread! We have so many helpful Veers and Bhena with so much pyaar!

    Thanks for your replies. I put the alarm on for 1am last night and got up at 3am. The alarm didn't wake me but I got up and did amrit vela. I went to bed at 10pm last night. I will go to sleep about 9/9:30 tonight and put the alarm on for 1am again.

    But SinghGS I recommend drinking lots of water before going to bed so when your alarm goes off you have to get up to use the restroom. Along with Ardas that is the best method to get up during Amritvehla :biggrin2:

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  11. I've studied molecular biology & I must say that everything that I have studied only leads me to appreciate Waheguru Ji's creation. I haven't come across anything that contradicts my beliefs or religion. Even reincarnation makes sense at a scientific level.

    I know some students that belonged to Abrahamic faiths and they struggled with school and religious beliefs. They struggled to understand evolution, and understanding how to deal with their faith and science. I don't think Sikhism and science contradict in any aspect. In fact Sikhi holds countless 'truths' that science has not discovered yet.

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  12. I would have challenged the Muslim on the hellfire thing at the end. What happens to a baby born in another faith who dies before their first birthday?

    Is he doomed for eternal hellfire?

    I asked a Muslim about this before. They claim that only those who have knowledge about Islam yet refuse to accept it will go to hell. So according to this idea, a baby would not have knowledge about Islam and therefore would not be sent to hell.

    This brother did an amazing job! So graceful and intelligent! :)

    Sent this video to a Muslim colleague also after she tried to debate about Sikhi with me.


  13. The movie was directed by a Hindu. Before Sikhs get too happy at that movie, one must put yourself in their shoe for a moment. How would we like it if a movie about partition was made in which a Muslim Pakistani came to India, single handedly beat up thousands of Sikhs and had a Sikh girl go crazy over him to the point of leaving her family! we would go crazy if such a movie was made. Well that's how Muslims feel about Gadhar.

    bollywood is basically trashwood. No good can come from it. Old Hindi movies promoted traditional Indian culture, but now bollywood movies are promoting gutter culture. One should try to keep their children away from bollywood movies.

    Couldn't agree more! I know of some Muslims who hate that movie for the same exact reason. My point was thats the only movie that they "tried" to portray a Muslim girl marrying a "Sikh" man.

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