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  1. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh... Thought I would share this video I came across... I have too many feelings about it to type out, but you will get the idea when you watch it. Just a question for sangat- How do we deal with such fools when we run into them in person? https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=43&v=4m62hnQ4WBU
  2. WJKK WJKF As we have seen lately all around the world in major cities there have been peaceful protests in remembrance of shaheeds of 1984 and to get recognized justice for the attacks. Majority of these events have been attended by thousands of Sikhs and often take up many blocks in the downtown core of major cities... NYC, London, Vancouver, etc... Just want to hear Sangats opinion... How much affect do these demonstrations that happened, and have been happening for many years have on the Indian Government? Is the Indian Government realizing the mass events that are happening, are they rea
  3. Great song, check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EN8mpvlZ4gc WJKK WJKF
  4. WJKK WJFK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXCX6E2TGNU&feature=youtu.be Video shows Paathi who is the president of the Gurdwara as well watching youtube during his raul in akhand paath sahib. Akhand paath should be read and listened to by the sangat, and not merely read as a ritual to make money for gurdwara's. No one is getting laha of more than one akhand paath being read at the same time. Sangat needs to stop this from happening around the world, gurdwara's are turning into money making machines and too much beadbi happens with numerous akhand paaths happening all at once. Gurbani is
  5. Alot of the elders in the gurdwara's are not willing to allow the youth to do alot of the sewa. I have even personally been spoken rudely to by elders over issues that don't really matter, like one time I took an extra napkin, and the elder baba asked me what I was doing? These are the types of things that youth are discouraged to going to the gurdwara more often. Also I find the katha vachaks that speak punjabi are often very hard to understand and I am very fluent in punjabi, the youth would never understand what they are saying clearly. For the youth I think we often making sikhi hard to ap
  6. No, Malton only has one on May 3rd.
  7. WJKK WJKF There is amrit sanchar at Jot Prakash Brampton on April 13th and one at Malton Singh Sabha on May 3rd.
  8. WJKK WJKF Daas needs a Dumalla/Dastar teacher in Toronto, Canada. post here with your email address and We can arrange, I am willing to pay the teacher. Thank You. Bhul Chuk Maaf, Guru Ang Sang
  9. Tabla, and some Chaurs are made from Animal parts and they are used in the gurdwara's... yet there is so much fuss about vegetarianism.. Good Point Sikhiseeker
  10. I have been wondering this for a while actually... I think its wrong for gurdwara's to do such big celebration for news years. This is not a Sikh Holiday in any sort, and what makes this day so special? The calender is man made, who knows how our pita akal purakh keeps track of time... Guru ang sang
  11. A large stomach could mean more than simply being indulgent... It could be because of health reasons... Also someone who has a good metabolism and is skinny but indulges in eating just doesn't have the physical appearance of indulgence... It's wrong to compare physical body traits to gurmat... Gurmat is about u being a Good person... A good sikh with a pot belly, who cares I just see a good sikh! I do understand setting New Years resolutions for weight loss but no need to associate it with gurmat!
  12. WJKK WJKF Does anyone know if Bhai Damandeep Singh is on hunger strike and still on the Morcha at Amb Sahib? I heard he was supposed to be but I haven't heard any news lately on him.
  13. LOL ever since I became Vegetarian - I never lost any weight! Remember Pizza and Chips and sweets are vegetarian too :stupidme:
  14. WJKK WJKF My Apologies as this doesn't directly have anything to do with Sikhi. I know a lot of Sangat here are from UK, So... I am a Singh in Canada Born, who has gotten the opportunity to live in UK for next couple years. I am just wondering a little bit more of life there. I am quite excited as I know sikhi is full chardi kala in England! I am wondering... How is job/economy in UK, and how hard it is it for a Keshdhari sikh to get a job in UK, is their still discrimination? What is best city to live for new comer (some where accommodation is not too expensive, lots of jobs, gurdwara
  15. I just emailed this to Prime Minister of canada and my local MP Thanks
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