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  1. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh! I want to ask whether shastar are needed to be parkash'ed in front of Guru Granth Sahib ji Maharaj when they come to our home for a Sukhmani Sahib or any paatth like in a Gurdwara, or is it optional? What is the basic overall maryada to be followed when Maharaj come to grace our home? (apart from the one that no intoxicants should be in the home, that one I am aware of) Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh!
  2. This could be a part of the reason why many Pakistani Punjabis started to maintain a distance from Punjabi language and adopt Urdu which they recognise as more cultured. Enna ne taan edarle akhoti singera ton vi vadh gand paya hoia.
  3. Thanks ji.. bade chir da shanka duur ho gya
  4. Thanks for your insightful explanation.
  5. I wish there were more Indian languages too though, like South Indian Dravidian languages, Bengali, etc. Still it's very good.
  6. Gurpurab diyan vadhaiya ji. I bought a new kanga just today. Could you please tell which oil is to be used and for how long the kanga needs to be soaked in it?
  7. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh This is a poem by Bhai Chatar Singh ji Bir, recited and recorded by a Singh I know. It's full of bir ras. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh!
  8. Something that I found regarding the 125000 paatth:
  9. At the end of Brahm Kavach, we read the last line of dohra goes "paatth sava laakh havan kar jeet jung tab hog". At a basic level, it seems like it means "when you do 1,25,000 paatths of Brahm Kavach along with the Havan, you shall be victorious in the battlefield". There are videos of Nihangs doing just this. But I've heard as per SGGS ji, Havan is not in line with Gurmat. Why do Nihung Singh light the fire? Someone please reply and dispell my doubt. Thankyou. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh
  10. While I agree and don't like the fact that the Indian establishment treats Sikhs as cannon fodder and we should excel in other fields too, but we should still recognize the bravery of our fellow Sikhs who lost their lives. This article briefly talks about the testimony of Indian soldiers, who described the fight of the youngest slain soldier, Gurtej Singh (22), and how he fought the Chinese valiantly, killing 12 of them. https://theeasternlink.com/the-supreme-hero-of-galwan/
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