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  1. Ideally a sikh shud eat in Sarbloh utensils. But if it's not possible, we shud eat in pittal utensils as it has many health benefits. Eating in steel or aluminium utensils has many harmful effects.
  2. Non Stick tawa and fryers do come cheaper than normal iron or sarbloh iron. They can easily be washed from stains compared to normal iron. Unfortunately, they are indeed toxic to the health. Does anyone have anger issues or feel super/ psycho unpredictable? But it's common? First thing, GET RID OF NON STICK APPLIANCES! Replace them with normal iron. From experience, nobody ever told me about this. But my wife got normal tawa and fryer to use. I noticed it's been a month since I did not get my usual internal anger. Now it's two months. But only last week Someone mentioned about the poisonous, toxic of using NON stick appliances. And I thought... Did I ever experience anything as such, having used Non stick for last 8-10 years??? EUREKA! It dawned on me. My anger issues I used to get. DISCLAIMER: External factors too can be cause of anger issues OR other constant health problems. But if it's too much or unhealthy obsession, try replacing Non stick with normal iron.
  3. Does anyone know where the english translation is available? And if someone could briefly explain the Granth, that would be great. WJKK WJKF
  4. Benti to the entire sangat to check out manglacharan.com it is a great website which gives translations of purtan granths and Sri Sarbloh Granth Ji. The Sangat should also check out suraj podcast it is english katha of Suraj Granth done by Manglacharan. Not a member of Manglacharan but if the sangat can they should support them on Patreon. Here is a good video made by them The wise Guru Nanak Passage from Sarbloh Granth with English Translations
  5. The Gateway to Hell - Sri Sarbloh Guru Granth Sahib ਗਰਬ ਬੁਰਾ ਨਰਕ ਕਾ ਦ੍ਵਾਰਾ ਯਾਂ ਤੇ ਬਚਿ ਕਰਿ ਚਲਿਯੈ ॥ The Ego; this evil is the gateway to hell, tread carefully to avoid it. ਗਰਬ ਘਨੇ ਘਰ ਘਾਲੇ ਮਨ ਰੇ ਗਰਬ ਕਰ ਦੋਜਖ ਗਲਿਯੈ ॥ Oh Mind! Egoism has destroyed countless households, being egotistic has burned many in hell. ਦੇਵ ਅਦੇਵ ਗਰਬ ਕਰ ਪਚਗੇ ਗਰਬ ਕਰ ਕਬਹੁ ਨ ਫਲਿਯੈ ॥ Both the Gods and Demons while engaging with their ego were destroyed, by engaging in Ego one never flourishes. ਨਰ ਬਪੁਰੇ ਕਿਹ ਮਾਹਿ ਕਹਾਵਤੁ ਗਰਬ ਔਤਾਰਨ ਛਲਿਯੈ ॥ What can I say about these dejected people? Their Ego has tricked them into reincarnation over and over again. ਸਭ ਅਉਗਨ ਤੇ ਗਰਬੁ ਗਾਖੜੋ ਪਰਮੇਸ੍ਵਰ ਨਹਿ ਭਾਵਤੁ ॥ Out of all of the vices, Ego is the worst; it is most displeasing to the Highest Lord. ਗਰਬ ਗੰਜ ਹੈ ਨਾਮ ਧਨੀ ਕੋ ਗਰਬੀ ਤੁਰਤ ਪਚਾਵਤੁ ॥ The 'Destroyer of Egoism' is the name of the Master, who destroys quickly the ego in others. ਜਿਹ ਜਿਹ ਗਰਬ ਕੀਨੁ ਹਰਿ ਸੇਤੀ ਤਾਂ ਕੋ ਫਲ ਅਸਿ ਪਾਵਤੁ ॥ Whoever engages with Hari while being egotistical, they will receive the fruit of their Ego. ਰਾਜ ਤੇ ਰੰਕ ਹੋਤੁ ਛਿਨ ਮਾਹੀ ਮਾਨ ਮਹੱਤ੍ਵ ਖੁਹਾਵਤੁ ॥2॥ Hari makes kings into beggars in a moment, and eats away all pride and praise. ਸਰਬਲੋਹ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ, ਭਾਗ 2, ਪੰਨਾ 314 Sarbloh Granth, Volume II., Page 314
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    Sri maya jag tarni shabad

    Hi i just wanted to ask if someone knows where to find the translation of this shabad, also the shabad in gurmukhi:
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    sarbloh bibek q's

    a lot of questions. many sarbloh bibeki singhs and bibian have told me their diets and i dont quite understand how they can do certain things if sarbloh bibek states you must only eat and drink out of food prepared and served from utensils of sarbloh and only from rehiti amritdhari gursikhs 1) how can you drink milk if it prepared in factories obv not by amritdharis and prepared in huge machines not made of sarbloh and stored in plastic bottles in supermarkets where just about all sikhs will by their dudh from? 2) how can you drink water if it is prepared using all these chemicals and in all these factories and is served through a non sarbloh tap that is not using sarbloh and not prepared by rehit amritdharis 3) how can you make roti if the atta that we get from the shops is stored in cardboard/paper bags and prepared and sorted by non-rehit non-amritdharis 4) how can you eat bread if again as above it doesn't follow that conduct the same thing with nuts (served in plastic bags), butter and you could even argue parshad in a gurdwara?
  8. Does anyone use sand to clean sarbloh on a daily basis? If so, how do you do it without blocking drains etc.? I would really like to know the process you follow. Please no comments on using lemons/citric acid since it is not traditionally used and can dissolve the sarbloh. Also the citric acid crystals are likely from GM corn/sugar beets and contain harmful chemicals like MSG so I want to use sand. Look forward to hearing your answers. Thank you!
  9. Where can I buy sarbloh utensils in Canada or UK. Batteh, spoons etc
  10. To quote a portion: 'The seven years, from 1708-1716, which chart the meteoric rise and execution of Banda Singh Bahadur are a testament to the rugged individualism and grit of the Sikhs. They reflect a prominent pattern of Sikh history viz. the ascent, descent and the re-ascent of the Khalsa over it’s foes. As memories of June 1984 loom ever closer, it would be prudent for Sikhs worldwide to reflect upon the revolutions of both Banda and the Sikhs of ’84 and attempt to identify the similarities in both. It is a given that no two movements can ever be fully compared or even contrasted, but a general consensus can always be agreed upon vis-a-vis their effect and ultimate conclusion. The forced demise of Banda Singh’s revolution did not put it’s spirit to sleep; rather it only bolstered the Sikh spirit and the Khalsa continued it’s struggle for sovereignty and religious freedom in the wilderness of the Punjab. Post-’84, the Sikhs failed to derive inspiration from their past and rather focused solely upon the trauma of ’84. As such, their history was brought to a premature conclusion on the events of the aforementioned period. One need only imagine what the result would have been if the post-Banda Sikhs had focused solely upon their treatment at the hands of the Mughals, rather than taking any conducive steps towards preserving themselves from such atrocities in the future.' https://tisarpanthdotcom.wordpress.com/2016/06/03/the-stalwarts-revolution/
  11. ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹ This Kirpan is hand forged from 1 piece of Sarbloh (pure iron) with a dangerously sharp, double sided blade. The case is carved from a piece of Black Walnut wood. Overall size of the kirpan = 9.5", with mian (case) = 10.5". Price is £40
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    Sarbloh Bibek

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Je Ki Fateh I have some questions on Sarbloh Bibek. 1. What Banis should to recite when cooking? 2. Does Sarbolh Granth come in Sarbloh Bibek 3. Say if you are travel are you allowed to cook you food in a sarbolh bata then pack it in a plastic container but eat it out of the bata when you need it. Thank you in advance Jee Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Je Ki Fateh:)
  13. VJKK VJKF I spent a few days with a few very chardi kala Singh's who convinced me to start eating natural from only sarbloh. I want to start but I'm going to slowly build up the rehat because I think it will be tough just jumping into things. The biggest and only problem is I'm 16 so I live with my parents who aren't amrit dhari, I can cook for myself but I don't know what to do when going to someone's house where I could be pushed to eat roti. A few other questions I had are, is it ok to eat langar at the Gurdwara out of steel plates where sarbloh isn't available or would it be better to skip langar in that situation? Can I just clean the batay with sand or should I use something else? VJKK VJKF
  14. VaheguruJiKaKhalsa VaheguruJiKiFateh Hai JI VaheguruJiKaKhalsa VaheguruJiKiFateh Hai JI! Khalsa JI, anyone that believes in the Sarbloh Bibek and practices it daily, please could you enlighten me, I know some of the divinde Maryada, but not all. Please show how to keep bibek, what is needed etc Baisiclly the dummies guide to Sarbloh Bibek Daas, VaheguruJiKaKhalsa VaheguruJiKiFateh Hai JI VaheguruJiKaKhalsa VaheguruJiKiFateh Hai JI
  15. Vahegurujikakhalsa Vahegurujikifateh Ji! Could Sangat please tell me what is needed for a parkash of Sri Adi Darbar Ji, and puratan maryada of a akhand paath, i know quite a bit but wanted to double check Daas, MrKhalsa007
  16. What are the translations of the 'Gur Mantar' in Sri Sarbloh Gtanth Sahib Ji? "Amritvela da jaap"...
  17. Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh, I'm doing some research into the Das Grahin currently. Compassion Charity Forgiveness Cleanliness Control of mind Purity Appreciation of truth Spiritually accomplished being Warrior Devotee to God and no other Does anyone know which ang in Sri Sarbloh Granth Sahib Ji Guru Sahib has written about these ten qualities/virtues? Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  18. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa,Waheguru ji ki fateh What does the taksal say about Sri sarbloh Granth?Like what do sants such as sant gurbachan Singh ji say about sri sarbloh Granth?
  19. Please feel free to correct and criticise me, I just listened to these two kathas and was impressed with the knowledge displayed. http://www.manglacharan.com/2011/05/chandi-pargat-hona-katha-by-giani-baba.html However I do not understand Shakti, was that Akal Purakh in one of his forms? I also do not understand the bit regarding Mata Sahib Kaur Ji. Is Akal Purakh's shakti in Kirpan? Hence is Kirpan chandi? How do we, in Gurmat, view Durga? How does our view of Chandi and Durga differ from Hinduism?
  20. it’s well understood that sarabloh holds naam well. hence the washing or guru gobind singh jis shastar and the drinking of that amrit. However cotton malas resemble the hairs (rom) that are god given to all humans for the kamaaee of naam. Doing simran 50 billion billion times a second is what rom rom simran is as, there are this many hairs on the human body (what a gift!). I understand that guruji says let all my hairs become my mala etc... and kanth ramaneea raam raam mala (my throat is my mala).... and also that u don’t need a mala to jup naam .. ! but!! I want to talk about the ‘mala side’ of things.. if this makes sense. So I guess my topic of debate is, when doing simran, which mala is best to use? (From the angle of a comparative viewpoint of sarabloh malas and cotton malas) Don’t knock the topic if u don’t like, jus don’t post!
  21. Ik-Oankar SatGur Prasad! Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! With Guru Sahibs kirpa the site has been updated, please see the traditions section for a new article on Sarbloh which discusses the Sarbloh Sarbloh Parkash Granth and its relations to Sarbloh Bibek within Khalsa Maryada and to Sikh psyche. Link to page: http://www.nihangsin...ad-sarbloh.html
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