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  1. They should KILL THAT KUNJAR. simple and straight.
  2. yh, i want to start getting into training again, i went to a gym recently and even Benching 50kg (which once used to be to light for my warmup) felt hard. so i am looking into starting training again (after joining a better gym)...so i am kinda looking for help into how to get back on that, shall i focus on strength, hypetrophy, both, im kinda confussed... also, ive always had 1 question in mind that i wanted to ask about bodybuilding: is bodybuilding or powerlifting against Sikhi? Guru Maharaj Ji says "Rein gawayee soye kai, Dinas gawayaa kae" once has wasted their day eating, and night sleeping. But a bodybuilder needs both of these, a bodybuilders needs to eat excess in calories to gain weight (muscle) and atlest 6-8hours sleep to notice the positive affects of training. Obviously i (and other sikhs) should put Guru Maharaj Ji first and try to follow that hukam to the T. but just want to know what you guys think, because Sikhs should be both a Sant-Sipahi, a saint and a soldier, and to do bhagti or simran ordinary people like us also needs to be fit to do, and Dhan Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Hargobind Singh Ji Maharaj also used to promote wrestling as a sport, so i just want to know others views on this.
  3. Vaheguru! Just Amazing... Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
  4. http://www.keertan.org/keertan/Raagi%20Kee...%20Govinda).mp3
  5. first time ive read this, vaheguru.... :WW: Sattt Srrri AAAKKAAAAL!
  6. ohhh, thanks fauji07. Its funny how Hindus hype them nuts up so much lol.
  7. There isn't any, actually. However, some people just prefer to like more sikh then hindu, especially with people already claiming that sikhs are actually hindu. So all it is for a Sikh is a mala with loads of weird patterned beads on it. Out of curiosity, what are those weird patterns for on the Rudraksh beads anyway? Anyhow a Gursikh is only going to do Gurmantar Vaheguru on it, the highest mantra, jantra, yantra of all. 'Namo Mantra Mantre, Namo Jantra Jantre', so i guess it doesnt really matter, the patterns on the beads will just make it 'look more funkier'. >>apparently wearing the wrong one's are supposed to have negative effects (for a hindu - those who use Shivas mantra's n stuff on it) - http://www.rudraksha.co.uk/index.html
  8. Now here's a question that ive been wondering for time. Hey whats so bad about wearing a brown wooden mala (a small-medium one) around ones neck? and why's it called a rudraksh 4? cuz i wear one of those sometimes.
  9. i wonder what a computer programming books go to do with Darbar Sahib? i still like the cover though lol
  10. na koi sharm, na koi dharam, na koi dar rab dha, this guy is better dead than alive...atleast he'll keep the jamz in hell busy and occupied for a looooooongggg time.
  11. kam1825...YOUR THE MAN!!! thanks bruv!, these vids are truly priceless, the qualities next level as well (for 1975)!
  12. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh Its Guru Ji trying to get you somewhere, to the path of a Real Sikh, a Practising Sikhi. it takes alot of good karam to be blessed with the thought of following the right path. many people just dont have the thought and are just left wondering and asking what the world has to offer them, and whats good in this world and whats bad, there paths and perceptions are constantly changed by all the other manmukhs around them they are constantly meeting. When one is blessed enough have the thought of following the right path and takes the right path, one learns what is ultimatly right and what truly ultimatly wrong (and why) and meets Gursikhs on the way that will guide one along, and ones mind does not wonder elsewhere as he is given the rare giyaan (knowledge) to float across this confused and crazy world. Guru Sahib says: Mat Vich Ratan Javahar Manik Je Ik Gur Ki Sikh Suni (Ones mind posses the rear precious jewels by listening to the Guru.) It is scientifically proven that a dream is something that comes from far deep at the back of your mind, it is something that you want but you havent got. so the brain then links this up as a dream. Please forgive anything offensive or inappropriate I have said. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh
  13. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh If Baba Sri Chand was a bad character why would 3rd Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das ji give his eldest son to Baba Ji, and why would 6th Guru Nanak Dev Ji Guru Hargobind Sahib offer his eldest son Baba Gurditta Ji to the Baba Sri Chand Ji's Udhasi Sikh Mat who would later become the successor of Baba Sri Chand Ji. And then why would 6th Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib give the Seventh Pathshahi to his grandson Sri Har Rai Ji, who where from udhasi Sikh mat themselves, being son of Baba Gurditta Ji. These are well documented fact and apear over and over again from different sources from that time. This proves that Baba Sri Chand Ji where Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Gursikh themesleves, and their Udhasi mat was Guru Nanak Dev Ji's own and a big part of Sikhi. Sikhi is not how a certain Jatha, or a bunch of Missionaries, "Professors" and the main-streamest (the people who just listen to all these guys and pass it on) preach it. Infact some things have been distorted in this way, due to "outside" influences. Sikhi is and had always been the same. Just the way of preaching it has changed..but somehow along the lines some things that some people preach have also gone wrong aswell inbetween, like Baba Sri Chand Ji being a bad character and baimukh to Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj, which is obviously not true. the fact is that Baba Sri Chand Ji where a great Gursikh, and Gurmukh of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj, who where on a mission from Guru Sahib themselves to spread Sikhi. and to prove it When Guru Ram Das met Baba Sri Chand, the Baba commented that Guru Ram Das had the longest beard he had seen. Guru Ram Das replied, "It is to wipe the feet of the saints". Guru Ram Das bent down to do so, and Sri Chand pulled his feet back in surprise. bul chuka mauf karni ji, je kaldhi hogi theh zaroor dasna theh correct karna, once again, Excellent post by Jassa. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh
  14. quite alot, provided you can take it out immediatly. even if you dont, your kirpan will block the bullets, I have come across a couple of Singhs from India during the 80's that where protected from bullets this way. The bullets got stuck in the mian. Guru Sahib works in awesome ways... my questions for you, what can a gun do against a nuclear bomb? what can a nuclear bomb do against waheguru's will?
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