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Everything posted by dharamyudh

  1. We seriously need a dedicated Simran section on this forum.
  2. Most of what is being said is 100% factual. They were neglected by their parents. Producing a generation of alcoholics and smokers. They never really grew up.
  3. You thought that part was bad.... Wait till you hear this bakwas
  4. This is society. This is what is being promoted now. Society encourages the youth to be sexualization at a young age. Sex ED workers promote watching pornography in schools. Literally pump this into teens at school, allowing these kids to get hooked on it and develop addictions. We are at the peak of this gandh. Hard to escape it. Through the kirpa of Satguru Maharaj we can escape it. Only through the shabad.
  5. I got a family friend who actually knew Dhandri. Thing was, this family friend is a known drinker and also abuses drugs. Kinda weird friend to have. Also my dad told me a story when he was younger. This was in the 80s, probably mid or late. Used to be a Jatha called the Bhindranwale Jatha (From what he told me) Which was a Jatha from India, which supposedly had ties to Sant Ji. So these guys were respectable figures. And these guys attended Smethwick gurdwara back then. Well, somebody told my dad to follow. They go through this alley way, enter a room. He told me he cracked the door open and saw these guys laid out drunk with bottles. Their paghs were rolled across the ground.
  6. Just wanted to add. The Triangle shape their making is called "Throwing up the Roc" Had to do with Jay Z's label, Roc-A-Fella. Could there be something behind it? Probably.
  7. Smartest thing to do. And it really isn't that hard, especially with the money these gurdwaras are racking in.
  8. No sort of armed struggle should happen like in the 80s-90s. It really isn't needed. The whole referendum thing is just dumb. The main thing is that we return to our Gurus system with the Panj Pyare. We have essentially adopted a westernized system which clearly isn't working. I mean...it's pretty evident within the US right now! Literally a two party election. Bhai Jagraj Singh also talked about setting up Takhts in Canada, UK and so on. A system could easily be worked out. However, this all happens when the panth unites. Parchar is essential. The Gurdwara committees HAVE the money for this, but aren't investing into it. I would love to sit down with these guys and pick their brain. No common sense what so ever. Have all that money from the sangat and don't invest it properly. This is a result of poor leaders who beg for votes. Instead of confining ourselves to Panjab, we could easily began doing parchar across India. The whole modern day Khalistan thing is hilarious. Start letting the younger generation into roles of leadership and see the changes happen. The Akal Takht was once the most dominant force. If a hukam was given, the sangat would follow. Our Jathedar is Jagtar Singh Hawara Ji (Much respect to him. Example of a passionate Sikh leader) But how can he lead the panth when he's literally imprisoned! The Indian state is not going to let him out of jail, especially when he's now the Jathedar of the Akal Takht! Unbelievable.
  9. Unfortunately the modern day Nihang Dals aren't even the same as those in the past. These guys openly let missionaries convert Sikhs. No Puratan Nihang would let that happen. As I stated before, they could easily set up camp at various villages at start doing parchar. Just because you're a Nihang doesn't mean you can't be called out. Everyone needs to be held accountable. Whether you may be Taksali, Nihang or whatever. It's a failure that falls collectively. Its been this way for a while, ever since the annexation of the Panjab by the British. Now... We all know the SGPC simply will not give up its power. The return to Sikhi in Panjab has essentially been confined by the greed of money, and the lust for power. This is all among our own. In the West, we have the good old committees... Whose only concern is to pump out campaigns for free food (Not saying its bad) But that ain't going to cut it. People are literally just going to the gurdwara for food. Don't get me started on the Nagar Kirtans... Instead of preparing to give their positions up to the younger generation, like in the past, these guys are literally starting up their careers. Dissolving these systems are crucial. We have to return to our Gurus form of leadership with the Panj Pyare. One thing I can accept about the previous Singh Sabha was them pumping out literature. In a modern day sense, the internet is our best bet. Bhai Jagraj Singh was already onto something. However, it looks like Basics of Sikhi has really fell off ever since his passing. There are many who are passionate, it's all about letting those individuals into leadership positions.
  10. The fact that these guys call themselves Khalsa is absolutely disgraceful. Running around with kirpans but got a whole langar belly hanging out, probably never trained a day in their lives. They pocket a lot of the money. Majority of it could be pumped into parchar, establishing educational centers, teaching ACTUAL martial arts within Gurdwaras like MMA or even Muay Thai. Could be rebuilding the villages in Panjab. But no, they rather tear down historical places down in the name of "kar seva" No sort of common sense among them. I swear, put some of the guys out here in that position and see the changes happen.
  11. I believe reunification is essential. The thing about it is... I don't believe in the Singhs back in Panjab can do this. I think it evident that these guys are terrible leaders and planners (talking modern day) I feel like Sikhs in the West should first set up this sort of system, then India follows suit. I doubt the SGPC will give up its power. They have control of all the Panjab gurdwaras, and it's going to take a whole lot of morchas, even probably shaheedi down the line. SGPC has practically become the modern day equivalent of the Mahants.
  12. Randomly stumbled across this account today. Similar to the Suraj Podcast, this brother is basically making a series for Panth Parkash. Definitely check it out.
  13. Yeah. Basically, we gotta work backwards. The first Singh Sabha removed a lot of things. More of a revivalist movement. It could go under a whole different name. Leadership has to consist of those who are passionate about Sikh. The Khalsa should be the ones running the panth anyways.
  14. Movie is a classic. I wouldn't trust them to remake it though. Just knowing how Bollywood, they would probably butcher it.
  15. I believe so. Not really sure when it was recorded. Because the Mohammad Raffi one was made for the movie Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam which was about Bibi Rajni Ji.
  16. Also listened to this one by Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar
  17. 100 percent agree with this. Our people are crooked. We slander, discriminate, and fight among ourselves. My concern is really just taking back our gurdwaras and returning to our Gurus system with the Panj Pyare. It hurts seeing the state of the panth. The lack of parchar and knowledge about Sikhi. Everyone is money hungry. They keep on boasting on about Khalistan but fight over little things.
  18. I believe it should consist of people who are truly passionate about Sikhi. Emphasis should be placed upon taking our gurdwaras back and abolishing the committee system and the SGPC. Opting back for the Panj Pyare form of leadership. Setting up various teams of gursikhs to be sent all across Panjab/India to spread Sikhi and to educate. Bring back regular Sarbat Khalsa meets in our to plan. Of course, follow in the same suit for the West. However, set up more programs to educate the youth. Turn the gurdwara into what it once was. Teach raag, teach martial arts/fitness. We practically gotta fix what our elders have done. They had to work under the British system and look how it turned out. Rather than reform... We really gotta work backwards. Returning to what we once were.
  19. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh This is a discussion thread I've been meaning to make for a while now. Now is a time where I believe such a movement is necessary for the Sikh panth. For those whom may not know, the Singh Sabha movement (Punjabi: “Society of the Singhs”) Was a 19th-century movement within Sikhi that began as a defense against the proselytizing activities of Christians and Hindus. Its chief aims were the revival of the teachings of the Sikh Gurus (spiritual leaders), the production of religious literature in Punjabi, and a campaign against illiteracy. It seems we have found ourselves in a similar situation. We all have seen the news. Everyday it seems like something new happens. Conflict after conflict, internal fighting, piss poor leadership, lack of parchar/education among the youth, caste discrimination, I mean the list could go on and on. Should there be a modern day Singh Sabha movement? How would a modern day Singh Sabha movement even look like? What would the main goals be? How would those goals be achieved?
  20. All those Singhs and not a single one decided to beat the living hell out of the police officers. Wow.
  21. First part I believe is Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj and the second is Bhagat Kabir Ji.
  22. The fact that you as a Muslim spend your time on a Sikh forum EVERYDAY is all the answers I personally need bro. Please don't be speaking about women... You talk a lot, but we all know the relationship of Islam and women. I could speak about Muhammad, I could speak about the various different Hadiths that show his actions. But why would I wanna do that? What's the point? Why not spend time to make yourself into a better person. Do something productive because you clearly have nothing else going for yourself. It's pretty evident. Your lack of research is really showing. Unlike you, we don't need to prove our dharam to no one. That's what all you Abrahamic religions don't understand. You got Muslims trying to make the Quran into a science textbook, when in reality it's constantly getting challenged by various academics. I mean look at Yasir Qadhi. Already questions regarding the preservation of the Quran saying the narrative has holes in it. But that's a whole different topic that your Ummah should discuss. Arguing gets you literally nowhere, essentially wasting time on earth when you could spend that time helping the various struggling Muslim communities across the world right now. The same time you could spend connecting to god. Think about the culture within India before the Gurus arrived. Yeah, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj could have done all that. Unlike Islam, Sikhi is WAY deeper. In every level. Only people in Islam who kinda got it right are the Sufis. Yet, you people belittle them. The Gurus LEAD by example. They offered a blueprint to their Sikhs on how to actually experience god. However, it was hukam. The command of Akal Purakh that there would be 10 Gurus, yet the message remained the same and flowed through each Guru. Closed minded Abrahamics cannot understand Dharamic thinking. We don't wish for women and wine in some afterlife. We want to merge back into Akal Purakh. While the West was rich with materialistic things the Indian subcontinent was rich in spirituality. Always has been. This is where it originated from. You think Waheguru is an Indian supremacist? Just because the Gurus were born in the Indian subcontinent? Where was the identity of Indian at during that time period? Let's apply that thinking towards Islam shall we? I believe the whole religion of Islam is an Arab supremacist religion. The Arabs spread their religion onto other countries. You adopted Arabic words that were around WAY before Islam, such as the word Allah. Adopted Arab clothing, read Arabic scriptures, speak Arabic, pray towards an Arab shrine located in Saudi Arabia which was originally a center for the various Arab pagan gods. Islam is an ARAB religion. Why? Because it was established in ARABIA. IT HAD TO START SOMEWHERE. And yet do Arabs consider Pakistanis or anyone else as their equals? The answer is no. That's pretty evident. I grew up Arabs and you should hear the things they say about Pakistanis, Afghans and anyone else who isn't Arab. Most of these guys are really interested in Sikhi. It's you non Arabs who have an inferiority complex towards them.
  23. If anyone else is reading this thread, all of us would make a humble request. If you have not, please start adding naam simran to your nitnem. I know a lot of people who skip over it. It is by far the most important fundamental aspects of Sikhi.
  24. Thank you once again. I only experimented with it once, and personally just liked holding it rather then actually use it. Kinda helps to aid in concentration.
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