Jump to content

G-Kaur

Members
  • Content Count

    61
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by G-Kaur

  1. Gurfateh

    Parkash 2013 is coming up 12, 13, 14th July at Guru Nanak Sikh Academy Hayes, Kirtan lineup is on website www.parkash.org Please see attached poster and come along, reap the benefits of amazing Kirtan and Sewa, with lots of extra projects and stalls this year, Sikhi camp, jobs fair, fab food and more...don't miss it!!! sangat from all over Europe expected...

    YouTube advert video link

    GNSA Singh channel...subscribe now for updates and recordings!!!

    See you there! Fateh!!!

    post-3436-0-28783900-1371927927_thumb.jp

    • Like 2
  2. Please find the latest information on Parkash 2012 taking place at Guru Nanak Sikh academy in Hayes this year. The biggest Sikh event in the country, like this Facebook page, find out the latest and show your support as the Sangat.

    www.facebook.com/Parkash2012

    Waheguru Ki Ka Khalsa

    Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

    • Like 1
  3. As my husband is one of the organisers I can tell you now Sangat tv was given the right to broadcast, live or otherwise. Rinku Ji has explained really well so I don't know why you're so hung up on this and don't seem to understand.

    Maya? Do you think the massive tent, school buildings, grounds, and equipment appeared out of thin air? It's people like Baba Amar Singh Ji who have made the whole thing possible and then people go on about Maya and oh they beg for money.

  4. Baba Amar Singh Ji Nanaksar

    Baba Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale

    Bhai Amarjit Singh Nanaksar

    Bhai Pinderpal Singh

    Chardi Kala Jatha

    Giani Thakur Singh

    Bhai Balwinder Singh Rangila

    And

    Exhibition of shaster and vaster of 6th Guru

    Gatka competition

    Sikhi workshops

    Football competitions

    Other food stalls and attractions

  5. Oh yeah and another thing if your application is rejected you can appeal to an independent authority elected by the local council. So far no discrepancies in any rejected applications found.

    On one hand you want the 'board' which I assume you mean governing body should all be amritdhari but you question the religious questionnaire? lol.

    The school allocates a small % of places to students of other faiths, should that be abolished too? Should they throw out teachers from other faiths? Get real.

    Also please look up the definition of 'beadbi'

  6. Fateh

    This seems to be a person spouting rubbish probably because their application was denied. It is not beadbi if you fail to successfully gain entry into the school. How is this beadbi? Get your words right before you type stupid things.

    Secondly the religious application is approved by the council and as this is a SIKH school there will obviously be a requirement for applicants to display their commitment to the Sikh faith. That's not the only criteria btw, students with siblings, the distance from their residence to the school and those with disabilities are also given priority.

    How is it beadbi if you are asked to demonstrate or answer questions on how you follow Sikhi? Aren't we supposed to encourage this anyway?

    You yourself say the places are like 'gold dust' so instead of supporting the Nanaksar trust so we can make more schools for more students you would rather sit at home behind a computer launching vile attacks with no knowledge of the admissions procedure of the school?!

    Why don't you come to the school or go to Babaji about your 'mona' mate then. Nindaks can carry on barking, has it affected the success of the school? If it had there would be no school. So that's the choice of that person to slander, not the school's responsibility.

    I hope the moderators realise how stupid this thread is, this poster makes no sense and delete it. Most people have better things to do with their time anyway.

    Bet this person will turn up to the parkash program this year and benefit from it, also the Seva of the 'beadbi' filled school *rolls eyes*

  7. Sad that these Muslim guys refuse to convert but our Sikh girls think nothing of turning their back on Sikhi. Lack of knowledge, no pyaar between the family members, putting the sons first and no explanations for religious questions.

    You see these Muslims sending their kids to learn the Quran, they do a lot more for their kids to learn their religion, Sikh girls are influenced by films, clubs, music and these silly notions of being in love and are just weak, that's the reality of the situation.

    We should ask the Sikh channel to highlight this issue, it's been going on for ages, I thought it was a myth or a few cases but someone I know closely, as in my dad's family friend's daughter got pregnant by a Muslim and has now run off with him, her dad's disowned her. Sad thing is he used to beat his kids and wife up, and stayed away from them for years and left them to it. I think it's a lot of issues that contribute to this problem, the biggest is probably the crappy punjabi culture.

  8. Ms514, I can't thank you enough for posting a reply to this rubbish, despite my best efforts I was getting concerned with doubts I had after reading this site, but you have put into words what I was almost thinking :)

    Very happy to know we have intelligent people to explain things when Sikhi is attacked, you should reply on the site, or email the stupid <banned word filter activated>.

  9. Fateh Jee

    Just wondered whether there's any Amritdhari women who do not wear Keski, how do you cover your head? Isnt it difficult to cover it all the time with a chunni, and the patka with chunni over the top resembles the islamic scarf a little, so just wondering how you manage it?

    Thanks

    Gurfateh!

  10. VJKK VJKF

    I just wanted to know if anyone knows of where I can buy a sarbloh kirpan for my brother? I live near southall in west london, would appreciate any input. We checked out some sites online but they seem really too expensive. Thanks.

    VJKK VJKF :vaheguru:

  11. Fateh

    I used to teach in a Sikh school before I left (cos of my kids) and noone knew what they were doing (including me) when it came to Rehit. There are too many Jathey, too many Rehits and too much damn confusion, it annoys me so much and since I had my twin girls Im scared for em. Im lucky to have a GurSikh husband and we talk about stuff involving Sikhi, but some things confuse us both! Im still seeking for answers...hopefully Il get somewhere before they grow up!!! :BL:

  12. Gurfateh

    I just want to start by saying I agree with someday, it seems really silly to discuss which colour we should wear as nature has created us with many differences in form and colour. Prof Darshan Singh did veechar on the tuk 'har ra(n)g raathaa so man saachaa ||' and the answer lies in this line from the Bani.

    He also mentioned that the colour red is mentioned in Bani many times. The colour red symbolises meeting your beloved hence why brides in India wear this colour on their wedding day. It's a similar relationship of the bhagat and vaheguru which Guru Sahib describes in Gurbani. I know Bana is important and an integral part of Sikhi, but we fail to realise that Bani is before Bana. We should reflect on the Bani first and foremost. I just hope we dont descend into extremism like other faiths (Islam), where they are actually told which hand to use while cleaning themselves when going to the toilet and other such silly rules.

    Wearing red or green isnt going to condemn you to hell or give you paap, we really need to move away from all this or noone is going to take us seriously. Look at the mockery the bollywood industry is making of Sikhs already! (sorry separate topic but I just saw Salman Khan and Preity whatsitname in a song where they are in the Gurdwara in front of the Guru Sahib and a love song is playing in the background, they are eyeing each other up and he's dressed up as a 'sardar')!

    Gurfateh!

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use