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About DaljitKaur24

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  1. WJKK WJKF, Sangat ji I had a really quick question. Haven't posted on here in a while due to some personal issue that I was trying and still trying to deal with. Anyways, I was reading the Hukamnama from Harmandar Sahib today and read the translation as well but I'm still not understanding what it is saying. Can anyone translate it to me so I can understand it better? Thanks a lot!
  2. WJKK WJKF So couple days back a cousin of mine got into a really bad wreck in India. He was driving a dumper truck and the truck got into a huge accident and flipped over. He was rushed to a hospital and the doctors said he had a huge clot in his brain. He was unconscious(well only moved his legs once in a while. No sedation medz were working on him)for three days and everytime the doc were going to do a CT Scan he would start to move and they weren't able to do the scan. They tried 3 times without any success. Family was told that they were going to try to do a scan one last time because the
  3. I'm not from vancouver but I have a lot of family in Vancouver and Surrey area. Believe me you won't have hard time "fitting in." There is a huge Punjabi community in those two areas. But I have to admit I have gone to Vancouver several times and rarely saw a lot of Sikhs but did see a lot of Chinese. Maybe it was just the area we were visiting.I don't think you will be like the only Sikh there. But there might not be as many as there is in Surrey(they have like school just for Sikhs I believe). Its kind of funny to see so many punjabis wherever we go in Surrey. Good luck to you
  4. I think you need to just be honest with them at tell them what is the reason. Being a Sikh it's ur duty to tell the truth. I personally took amrit around that age too because I was young and was "influenced" by my family. I did take it but never truly accepted being a Amrit Dhari from my heart because I felt as if I was pushed into taking Amrit and didn't take it from my heart. So I went to my grandpa because he's a very strict Amrit Dhari and told him about it(I stayed Amrit Dhari for a year) because I thought he would have understood. But no he got really mad off at me and was like "Sikhi nu
  5. I remember seeing this on FB. Great to see two different religions coming together to worship God. Great
  6. Veggie Sandwich Ingredients: 1. Vegetables of your choice(Zuccinni, eggplant, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers) 2. Olive oil 3. Salt and Pepper 4. Italian seasoning 5. Bread(whole grain bread) 6. Cheese(of your choice. Or leave it out to be totally healthy) 7. Lettuce 8. Hummus Method: 1. Slice veggies of your choice in about the same shape(Big pieces to cover the bread) 2. In a bowl toss those veggies with olive oil, salt, pepper, italian seasoning and grill till you get nice golden grill marks. 3. Take your bread and spread hummus on it and lettuce onand then add the grilled veg
  7. I've heard that it used to have pork enzyme i think but not now...kinda gross to think about it now uhhh
  8. First of all I do suggest on the bottom that if you want it to be healthy then leave out the sugar cheese etc. I personally don't put sugar into the smoothies because like you mentioned they have plenty of sugar already in them but those who are not used to eating or drinking stuff without sugar can add little bit at first and they will realize it's too sweet and therefore will slowly start avoiding it. I consider myself healthy but I don't completely avoid those "non healthy" foods. It's hard for me just like for anyone else. But the trick is to use in moderation. I personally use truvia whic
  9. 1/4 cup of flour. Saute the onion first. And then add little bit of butter and put the flour in it and cook it for like 3 minz till slightly light brown. Then add half and half to it and add half and half and water(or vegetable broth) and let it simmer for 20 minutes. Then add the onions, carrots, and the broccoli. Then simmer for another 15 minutes and add the cheese. Enjoy. I think it tastes just like it!
  10. DaljitKaur24


    They will ask about if you have had any experience in customer service. Whether you know the basics of math Can use the computer Have cash handling experience Basically if you have had customer service experience you would do just fine. Why should do they choose you over others What are your qualities and flaws(remember when your telling about the flaws make sure you turn it into a quality) Just say customers are our priority That you would be a great asset to the bank and plan to stay with the company for quite a while If your planning to do something related to Banks make sure you s
  11. Broccoli and Cheese Soup Ingredients: 1. 1/2 lb Broccoli 2. Garlic couple of cloves(You can leave these out if you want) 3. 1/2 medium Onion chopped 4. Cheese(as much or as little as you like) 5. 1/4 cup of Flour(all purpose flour) 6. Salt and Pepper(To taste) 7. 2 cups of Heavy cream or half and half 8. Butter 9. 2 cups of water(vegetable stock) Method. 1. Put a little bit of butter in a pan and add chopped onions. Cook until they are lightly browned. 2. Add minced garlic, cook a little bit. Take it out in a plate. Add little bit more butter and 3. Add flour and cook a little
  12. I love this dish lolz...well I'm not sure how healthy is paneer lolz but love this dish...
  13. Exactly I've posted this in another topic here too there are more haircut individual "Sikhs" here than nonhair cut sikhs. Just because you might live in a certain area or a certain state and you see a huge variety of non hair cutting Sikhs that's not the case all over the U.S. I mentioned in another post that I rarely see any youth being non haircutting. That's the reality. He's right how are they going to go on and educate others if they aren't fully Sikhs themself?
  14. Healthy Veggie Burger Ingredients: 1. 1 can of garbanzo bean drained and mashed nicely 2. 1 cup cooked brown rice 3. 1/4 cup of oat bran 4. 1/4 quick cooking oats 5. Package of tofu 6. Fresh Basil 7. Salt, black pepper, and Garlic powder 8. Vegetable oil Method: In a large bowl, stir together the mashed garbanzo beans and basil. Mix in the oat bran, quick oats, and rice; the mixture should seem a little dry.(You can mix it in a blender) In a separate bowl, mash the tofu with your hands, trying to squeeze out as much of the water as possible. Drain the water, and repeat the proce
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