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  1. Sarb (from sanskrit. 'sarv') in Sarbloh means 'wholly' , therefore yes sarbloh has to be a wholly iron vessel
  2. He should read Sukhmani sahib's 13th ashtapadi (yes that particular number is relevant) lest he's slandering his own brother.
  3. 1) First , its principle of Sikhi to never do 'karaamat' (miracles) . And we're always taught to live in hukam (divine will). That's also the reason why Sri Guru Teg Bahadur ji were given 3 conditions by aurangzeb's cleric : either show a miracle, accept islam, or sacrifice your life. Guru ji could have done a miracle , but he chose to sacrifice his life. When Dasam guru were on the banks of sarsa river during battle and it was raining heavily and guru ji was facing a flooded river, Guru could have used riddhi siddhi to part the river for men to pass by (remember 'moses parting the red sea') , but Guru ji didn't . So thats the reason also why Guru Harkrishan ji accepted divine will and refused to perform a miracle to save himself from chickenpox. 2) Secondly, Gurus weren't "normal humans" . Normal humans are attached to 5 vices (kaam, krodh , lobh ,moh, ahankaar) . Normal humans yogically speaking , also have shakti (kundalini) at the base of the spine coiled in the form of a snake , and rises upwards on meditation to reach its zenith , Shiva (consciousness) at sahasrara chakra on top of head (where we tie our joora) . Baani says during enlightenment , shakti finally merges with shiva. Gurus probably didn't have separate shiva shakti in their bodies considering they were enlightened beings
  4. So a Sikh male can't wear chola with pajama. But I heard in that case kachhera is very big like even reaching below knee
  5. thats the question. why is it so . who made it . SGPC do wear white pajamis over their chola .
  6. Why can't males wear pajama on top of a kachhera.
  7. No , it says everyone loves only the self , no one else I love "my" mother , "my" father, "my " wife so on .. Common denominator is "my" . Everyone simply loves himself. That's what it says but doesn't understand who the self is
  8. Maharaja Ranjit Singh had his own weaknesses Notably soft spot for Hindus at the expenses of Sikh interests. His many concubines even commited sati on his funeral pyre.
  9. like pronounce it properly ? that would make a huge diff in the way baani sounds. so please tell me more
  10. Rigveda, the oldest scripture of hinduism and its base was written by Aryans in Punjab. Yes , thats where they first settled. If you read its english translation, you would not find of much value in it, except offerings to gods and the infamous "soma" (sounds like some intoxicant to naive reading) and the fire, wind, this that. Despite the grandiose "VEDA" word, rigveda is mostly metaphorical poetry of forces of nature . Its understandable considering 4 thousand yrs ago, man was at mercy of nature. I have a friend who is quite well read on rigveda and he ridicules modern day hinduism and puranas. See this is what happens. And we say differences in our community are that bad lol. Puranas are just story to convey a point . Upanishads is the conclusion of vedas and there are 108 of them. Coincidence that malas has 108 beads ? Why do none of us know vedic sanskrit, when our gurus were learnt in them , because baani has lot of sanskrit or sanskrit derived words. Umm this is tricky. Are you suggesting you got your answers from those scriptures and didn't find them in SGGS , Sri dasam granth and bhai gurdas vaaran ? You have to look at recent sikh history (last 100 yrs) . Sikhi was almost about to be usurped by (you know who) . To maintain its identity, the psyche has poured into english translations as well. There are still a lot of unanswered questions however , incase anyone here can answer : 1) Why do we not read smaller matras in baani . for eg : ਸਿਮਰਉ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸੁਖੁ ਪਾਵਉ ॥ is read as "simrau simar simar sukh pavau" , why not as "simrau simari simari sukhu pavau" please don't tell me the aunkad means singular . doesn't make sense. 2) there are a lot of words in baani, whose descent from its original form of sanskrit , prakrit, faarsi, we don't know of . For instance "aarja" in japji sahib is translated as "lifespan" , but we don't know whch language is this . if you extrapolate the fact that 'y' tends to become 'j' in gurbani language (karya: kaaraj) , just as 'ksh' becomes 'kh' or 'chh' (nakshatra : nakhatar/nachhatar) if you deduce 'aarja' same way , you get 'aarya' (now this is a sanskrit word for 'respect' , but doesn't make sense in this context)
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