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ipledgeblue last won the day on February 12 2018

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  1. shouldn't an amrit dhari join a Dal anyway for their training in how to be amrit dhari (which is missing from many amrit dharis now) I don't think a Sant dera has the correct training for amrit dhri as opposed to a dal or Shauni which does.
  2. so we need to tackle if head-on. At the moment, most of the sikh community doesn't seem comfortable with calling hates as haters, instead we are just watching things slowly. When it's people from outside the community, whether it be white racists, or islamic groomers, we seem to stand up aggressively. But when it's our own community, we seem to just try and let things slide as the hatred seems to be transmitted to further generations. I would say the anti-Singh feeling has at least reached grandchildren generation now. But since even the lost sehajdhari sangat still seems to be using Gurdwara at least for ceremonies, we can still bring them back even by this small thread. As they are still connected to Guru in a minimal way, we can still bring them back to respect the community. Also some organisations like university sikh societites, Basics of Sikhi, Nanak Naam and others seem to bringing some sikhs back and sometimes these sikhs even take khanda dee pahul. I been seeing amrit-dharis doing this dating mentality as well. 2nd best or whatever is for dating mentaility peoples, trying to do grihast with ex partners, not good
  3. you want a sikhni that wants to follow grihast jeevan, someone who wants to be grihasti. Some"virgins" have ex-partners and are stuck in vikari dating mindset, trust me you don't want that in your grihast jeevan!
  4. 3. There is Katha I listened to from I think Suraj Prakash. In the katha Baba Santa Singh said that keshi ishnaan should be done every 4 days. There is also something called panj ishnaan. 4. For an amrit dhari who is has taken khanday dee pahul, it is also very important to maintain and shastar and do shastar abiyaas, which is also bhagti. Bana is also important with bani. 5. I don't think there is much sucham with street sellers in India. However I see amrit dharis in India eating food at functions where the flies are sitting on them, so what do I know? Some amrit dharis follow Sarbloh bibek, such as the more strict Singhs in Budha Dal,, where food is eaten in Sarbloh utensils and all water is drunk from a well. This is more easier to do in India than in the west.
  5. ipledgeblue

    Taking Amrit

    make sure the panj pyaray giving you pahul aren't poor in rehit, many amrit dharis these days only follow a partial rehit from "jathas" or SGPC etc if they don't have a clue in following the extremely important martial rehit and don't know what to do with their shastar,, or only wear bana for special occasions, I would look elsewhere...
  6. ipledgeblue

    Why do Sikhs avoid debates

    pauVI ] (473-11) pa-orhee. Pauree: sBu ko AwKY Awpxw ijsu nwhI so cuix kFIAY ] (473-11) sabh ko aakhai aapnaa jis naahee so chun kadhee-ai. All call You their own, Lord; one who does not own You, is picked up and thrown away. kIqw Awpo Awpxw Awpy hI lyKw sMFIAY ] (473-12) keetaa aapo aapnaa aapay hee laykhaa sandhee-ai. Everyone receives the rewards of his own actions; his account is adjusted accordingly. jw rhxw nwhI AYqu jig qw kwiequ gwrib hMFIAY ] (473-12) jaa rahnaa naahee ait jag taa kaa-it gaarab handhee-ai. Since one is not destined to remain in this world anyway, why should he ruin himself in pride? mMdw iksY n AwKIAY piV AKru eyho buJIAY ] (473-13) mandaa kisai na aakhee-ai parh akhar ayho bujhee-ai. Do not call anyone bad; read these words, and understand. mUrKY nwil n luJIAY ]19] (473-13) moorkhai naal na lujhee-ai. ||19|| Don't argue with fools. ||19||
  7. ipledgeblue

    Attracted to other caste/community sikhs

    In reply to the original poster, my tribe or caste has girls that are beautiful as well as ugly LOL However if the beautiful ones dress disrespectfully then no amount of beauty can forgive them. I see the same in other castes, nice looking girls and ugly ones....
  8. so how do we deal with this discrimination problem? It's different dealing with racism from goray and skinheads, and they dealt with it doing rallies in the 60s and 70s. But when the racism comes internally from the community then what? And also if the discrimination is actually allowed in gurdwara lists isn't there a problem with the community mindset?
  9. if someone looks at sikhi as a religion called sikhism, they already have a different mindset to me lol !
  10. ipledgeblue

    Crossbow attack

    Random post from me, but I really recommend sangat learns bow or crossbow, it will also be good for rehit!
  11. Only way we can control this is if Punjab has it's own censor board. Seriously these photos of famous people wearing an uncivilised length of clothes corrupts our youth. Of course the censor board cannot do anything about Instagram, but they can do it for media. I mean we always complain about these hindutva RSS peoples or whatever, do these RSS kattarwadis try and do any censoring when the Akali dal BJP politicans are voted in? Or what does SGPC do?
  12. I meet people in my dreams that I seem to know really well, but when I wake up I do not seem to recognise them at all.
  13. ipledgeblue

    Supporting non-sikhs isn’t our main priority?

    lol Bhai Khaniye. There is actually a Sewapanthi sampradaiye started from Bhai Khania in sikh panth as well. They don't get much exposure in mainstream sikhs these days.
  14. ipledgeblue

    What OTHER Sikh Girls Do

    we do need to know how to somewhat judge ourselves. With bad judgement our community will keep making bad decisions.
  15. ipledgeblue

    Would you marry someone whose not virgin?

    they don't? maybe it's for visa purposes?

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