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  1. From 10 years ago and some older than that, I have pieces of paper which have now turned yellow and really fragile . these paper have gurbani written on them in gurmukhi and english translation So what should I do with them ? I did write them whenever I received a hukamnama and such, but now they have become like really really old, some unfortunately got scrumpled due to being in drawer. I now respectfully want to give them back to guru . please suggest a way. Is cremation appropriate ? please tell vidhi
  2. I just checked hindi version. Sorry but the translation is wrong in so many places
  3. aah the common analogy of "goonge ki mithyaai" , but I have always had the fascination to what that parmanand feels like. I wish I could only get a glimpse of it even like just for a second maybe. its even hard to imagine what it could feel like although most people describe it as light . EDIT -- i think the closest I have had is when I am listening to very melodious kirtan describing the grandiose of god , I sometimes get teary eyed, but its likely nothing like that
  4. I like many of kirtans from Bibi Gurpreet Kaur. too sad she's not with us anymore this one is really touching
  5. it ever happened to you ? what does it feel like ?
  6. thats a very typical behavior of them ! very very typical.
  7. sounds like a ponzie scheme to drain off the panth's money to India by using Punjab and panthic interests as a bait. India is obviously afraid of sikhs using money to fund separatist movements. Call me pessimist, but I am not very excited lol.
  8. I can understand the emotional pain must be there to leave dear parents and move onto a totally new home where you call 2 strangers mummy ji daddy ji . And in case of arranged marriages, even your spouse is a stranger lmao. Home sickness must be a real thing for married women , but the thing is watsapp , video calls and technology in general helped people keep in touch with each other. Women of past generation, our mom's era didn't have this privilege. Many a times they were married to drunkard men , and couldn't go back to peke creating a drama because they worried about their father's pagg , and often times these women when married out of punjab itself would miss their parents and family much, without any technology at the time. girls nowadays wont understand this
  9. Pious momins don't answer to unclean kaafirs. But since I am more well read on Islam than her, let me answer : And kill them wherever you catch them, and drive them out from where they drove you out; and temptation (Or: discord, sedition) is more serious (Literally: stronger) than killing; and do not fight with them at the Inviolable Mosque until they fight with you therein; so in case they fight with you, then kill them; thus is the recompense of the disbelievers. (Quran 2: 191) Allah clearly tells fight until islam is only religion : Quran, chapter 9 (At-Tawba), verse 5: But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war); but if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practise regular charity, then open the way for them: for Allah is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful.
  10. https://www.timesnownews.com/india/article/they-were-planning-attacks-in-india-two-isi-linked-khalistan-extremists-remain-on-no-fly-list-in-canada/619217 Khalistani sikhs need to understand not to be pawn in hands of ISI and should not take a black blot on ourselves for Islamist's benefit
  11. alhamdulillah masha'allah subhanallah, once more capturing a kaafir place and turning it into house of worship aameen summah aameen
  12. a mosque older than islam and mohammad !? how do muslims explain it ? just a captured church building lol .
  13. I don't understand this , the scenario is typical though. Its some 4-5 sisters, one of them marries outside punjab. And now the lady who has married out of the punjab will be called by her sisters and parents from back home and she too will call them. Its understandable, if one talks over phone like once or twice a week, but 2-3 times per day . What research are you doing ? Is this some high-level business call ? petty things ! and often the janani things of the sisters back home getting full reports of how its in her saure and giving tips on how to control the husband and sass . We have women with such petty mindsets EDIT -- one more observation is most punjabi sikh women have these entitlement feeling of getting a guy for husband who is 100x of what her own status is . No wonder every baandri from punjab village dreams of marrying a NRI . even if she hasn't completed beyond high school
  14. from my personal experience and of few around me, there're divine punishments on earth itself for breaking amrit vows. Breaking amrit makes one's life difficult for few years atleast.
  15. A little off topic but did you notice the "khanda" carving on top of backside of his chair . It's the same khanda we have today as symbol of sikhism, and we were told nishan sahib then used to have different symbols. This is supposed to be a real portrait of him right Also you can almost see a smaller version of kada, like the ones we mostly wear near the cuff of his right hand. He's also not sporting a tilak , like how the RSS peeps would like you to believe. He looks just like any other modern day sikh guy .
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