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  1. In honour for the Rani and our new King, Raja Charles III
  2. Yea, those Akalis were SUPER Anti-British. But treachery did indeed happen, however it wasn't from the Akali camp.
  3. Jathedar Akali Nihang Baba Kehar Singh Ji of Guru Nanak Dal Tarna Dal and Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale. Guru Nanak Dal has had a close connection with the Taksal since the times of Sant Baba Kartar Singh Ji Bhindranwale.
  4. Say what you want, those instruments that the Guru introduced/created are FAR superior when compared to the harmonium. In my humble opinion, I think it's only right that we use those very high quality instruments introduced/created by the Guru. I'm not advocating to completely get rid of it, rather, tanti saaj should have a greater emphasis.
  5. @dallysingh101Seems like Singhs used to rock guns more in the past than now.
  6. An absolute gem of a picture. Baba Chet Singh, flanked by Baba Santa Singh (Budha Dal), Baba Kharak Singh (Budha Dal), Baba Sohan Singh (Bidhi Chand dal), Baba Bishan Singh (Tarna dal)
  7. This is a serious problem ngl. Guns are praised the same way as swords in Dasam Patshah's bani idk why they all don't get strapped up. Don't get me wrong, there are some Nihangs that are shooters but most usually don't carry anything outside of swords and spears. Even if we look through puratan history, Akalis were known for carrying matchlock rifles. "They are, without any exception, the most insolent and worthless race of people in all India. They are religious fanatics, and acknowledge no ruler and no laws but their own; think nothing of robbery or even murder, should they happen to be in the humour for it. They move about constantly, armed to the teeth, and it is not an uncommon thing to see them riding about with a drawn sword in each hand, two more in their belt, a matchlock at their back, and three or four pair of quoits fastened round their turbans."-Sir Lepel Griffin, Ranjit Singh (London: Clarendon Press 1892)
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