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dharamyudh

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  1. Just finds/reposts from around the internet. Usually, these guys have connects with the Dal or the Taksal so they get exclusive pictures. All das does is repost on the forum for others to enjoy
  2. At the end of the day, it doesn't really matter all that much. However, it honestly depends on where your views align if you're looking at this from a jathebandi perspective. My personal beliefs cause me to align more with Dal Panth/Hazur Sahib Maryada, so I naturally gravitate towards them. Also, these Singhs don't shorten the bani so I would go with them. The Taksal would also be a great place as well.
  3. I've only recently heard about these stories, though I am aware of that picture that floated around on the internet. Is there any truth to these claims? On one hand, we have people claiming they knew Singhs who were with them during that period. On the other hand, we have these stories coming up.
  4. I believe Baba Joginder Singh Ji just landed in the UK today or yesterday.
  5. Young picture of Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Bhindranwale
  6. Best way is to start doing your nitnem (this includes Rehras, aarti, and kirtan sohila) and getting up for amritvela. Afterwards, do ardas and tell Maharaj "I will stay away from this stuff, only through your kirpa and daya." This ardas should be done after every nitnem or simran session as it is a constant reminder because you're doing it multiple times in the day.
  7. Turns out Fauja Singh was luring women. Video was recently released onto platforms like Twitter.
  8. Found this if any UK sangat is interested.
  9. Jathedar Baba Bishan Singh ji Misal Shaheedan Tarna Dal.
  10. That's what I initially thought as well, but the person who posted it said it was Baba Kehar Singh Ji. Both Gursikhs had a similar dastar style.
  11. dharamyudh

    Namdhari

    Because Naamdharis are absolute masters at kirtan. Simple. On the topic of Akal Takht, it doesn't really hold the same authority as it did in the past. Just look at the people running it and you'll get what I mean. Most the panth, outside of stuff like Tankhaya, don't care about anything they have to say.
  12. In honour for the Rani and our new King, Raja Charles III
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. @dallysingh101Seems like Singhs used to rock guns more in the past than now.
  16. 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)
  17. 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)
  18. Planning on getting my gun license next summer actually. Unfortunately, the Canadian government is looking on imposing even more restrictions on weapons because of the US school shootings. Other than that, we usually have a group of Singhs from the Dal that go shooting regularly over here.
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