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  1. From the book Sikhs of the Punjab written by R. E. Parry in 1921. "No one is a Sikh by virtue of birth" Diet of Sikhs
  2. https://asiasamachar.com/2018/06/27/punjabi-language-is-5500-years-old/
  3. Premi put me onto this on another forum. You can read a few pages for free on Amazon with the 'Look inside' thing. I've just read a few pages and like what I've read thus far. Check it out! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Patshahi-Mehima-Revisiting-Sikh-Sovereignty/dp/1838143734/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1643480328&refinements=p_27%3ARanveer+Singh&s=books&sr=1-1&asin=1838143734&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1
  4. It takes placed during the 16th century, between the well known first guru, and the last. A muslim boy, finds Guru, mysterious and wise, amongst Hindu and Muslim rule, and it is an epic tale. But I was wondering historically, between 1550-1600 were there any significant issues in Sikh history, that I would want to talk about?
  5. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sikh-Predictions-Based-Relevant-Texts/dp/8121508479/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1532245954&sr=1-6&keywords=sikh Anyone read this? I would be buy it if it is good, so please advise if you have read it....
  6. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-46133262 As per the link above, this man wants to legally change his age. All sorts of things have become normalised in society, like pre-marital relations, homosexuality, sexualisation of children, swearing, worshipping figures of entertainment, genetic engineering And other things like floods of migration into Europe I believe, have Can anyone recommend any books, videos or audio I can access to educate myself on what to expect in the future? I understand David Icke is a good source?
  7. Anyone read the book soft target? "Soft Target" is a term used by Intelligence Agencies for a country whose security system is lax and not full proof. The authors called Canada and its government in the 1980s a "soft target" as the Canadian intelligence agencies either deliberately or otherwise failed to notice and curb the espionage activities of the Indian Intelligence Agencies to manipulate the Canadian Sikh settlers settled in India in order to defame the whole Sikh community. The book gives a new perspective on Punjab problem. Its version is reliable since it's written by members of the Canadian Intelligence network. It exposes the duplicity of both Canadian and Indian government
  8. Sri Asht Gur Chamatkar anyone read this before? its by Bhai Vir Singh about guru Angad Dev ji anyone know any good books about Guru Angad Dev ji ? .....
  9. Does anyone know any link for "Undithi Duniya" By Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh ji available to download? We have in English Translation, not in Punjabi here.
  10. Guest

    HELP With BOOK

    WGJDK WGJDF Khalsa ji, i will be writing a book which has my views , question and answers , details ,resources and activity about sikhi .So, i request you to give me some questions about sikhi which i can answer in the book (you can also give answers ),topics i should give my views on in the book(you can give ur views too) ( i dont want people to fight because of different opinions so please dont do that )( even controversial topics) ,resources , activities,saakhis ,sikh stories (any good story with sikhs in it)that i can write about in my book . I wont write your names in the book though (not even usernames) ( privacy 100 %).Please help your brother in this mission. Also you can give me suggestions for the title of the book.if you have any doubts you can post below and ask me i will surely reply.I will see your suggestions and select from them . I hopee you will like this thanks, love, bhul chuk maaf peace Regards Daas Guest Singh WGJDK WGJDF KHUSIAAN DE JAIKARE GAJAVE NIHAAL HO JAAAVE, NIHAAL HO JAVE ,NIHAAL HO JAVE ,NIHAAL HO JAAVE ,BAIRI NU BHAJNA PAVE , KALGIDHAR SWAMI SAHIB SRII GURU GOBIND SINGH JI DE MAAN NU BHAAVE ,SHAHIDAAN SINGHAAN SINGHNIAAN DE MAN NU BHAAVE NANAK GURU GOBIND SINGH DE MANAN NU BHAAVE NIHAAL HO JAAAAAAAAVE SAT SRII AKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL
  11. For me i think it is mans search for meaning by viktor frankl Many lessons in that book that you find in the guru granth sahib an sikh philosophy
  12. My name is Jaswant Singh and this is my first post, so I apologise if this is in the wrong section of this forum. I am looking for a copy of the book “Harimandir Darshan” for my mother, and was hoping you may be able to help. I did a search on the internet but much to my surprise there does not seem to be much information on there, and was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction where I can get the book in the UK or does anyone have an electronic version of the book that they can share which would be great. Thank you and Kind regards Jaswant Singh
  13. According to pages 210 - 211 in this book, KPS Gill and Badal held meetings to discuss fake encounters and how to rid Punjab of the Kharkoos. Another claim is he even appeared at the bhog of the murdered Singh's and shed crocodile tears, what a Kanjar and Akirtghan!. The chance of Singh's being released under his regime is NIL. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x34r1r3
  14. This book will be available by 11 sep 2014 Stolen Years: A Memoir of Simranjit Singh Mann's Imprisonment Hardcover – 11 Sep 2014 by Pavit Kaur In 1984, Simranjit Singh Mann resigned from the Indian Police Service in protest of Operation Blue Star, the Indian Army operation ordered by Indira Gandhi, then prime minister, that cleared the Golden Temple complex of Sikh militants. Mann was subsequently charged, among other things, with conspiracy to assassinate Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. A passionate Sikh whose radical beliefs were honed by his family, Mann went underground and was apprehended while trying to flee the country. He spent five years in prison, after which all charges were dropped. Three decades after Blue Star, his daughter Pavit Kaur looks back on the years her father spent in prison. In this disarmingly honest and emotionally charged account, Pavit Kaur documents her father’s hellish journey through the Indian prison system. This is also a personal story and the story of a family during one of the most fraught times in India's history. Quote ‘A fascinating account of how Operation Blue Star turned life for a prosperous Sikh family into hell. The author, daughter of the controversial Sikh politician Simranjit Singh Mann, who spent five years in jail on a trumped-up charge of sedition, says, “Bhindranwale shared an ideology with my father: a separate homeland for the Sikhs”’—Satish Jacob, veteran journalist
  15. Does any1 where I can get a copy of baba harnaam singhs book in english ? Someones asked for it and I cant find my copy ?
  16. Sat sree akaal I am trying to learn some Punjabi so I can better understand Gurbani and communicate with those in Gurdwara who speak little or no English. I recently ordered http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Panjabi-Two-Audio-CDs/dp/0071766022/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1386605716&sr=8-5&keywords=teach+yourself+complete+panjabi'>Teach Yourself: Complete Panjabi but I am aware I'll later on need some additional book or program to help me get to the next level, along with trying to speak Panjabi with native speakers on a regular basis. For anyone on here who's taught themselves Punjabi, or if anyone here is a teacher of the language, I would like some suggestions on what is a good book or program to pick up. (I have used Pimsleur before, but it is a bit expensive and it is not available at my library). Thank you (And moderators, sorry if I put this post in the wrong area of the forum)
  17. Just came across this book ....so far found it second only to SGGS, very interesting and enlightening read , if you haven't taken a look , please do - its a complement to our regular study of SGGS. http://home.earthlink.net/~grharmon/I_Am_That.pdf excerpt - Q: Yet, I cannot see how can anything come to be without a cause. M: When I say a thing is without a cause, I mean it can be with-out a particular cause. Your own mother was needed to give you birth; But you could not have been born without the sun and the earth. Even these could not have caused your birth without your own desire to be born. It is desire that gives birth, that gives name and form. The desirable is imagined and wanted and manifests itself as something tangible or con-ceivable. Thus is created the world in which we live, our personal world. The real world is beyond the mind's ken; we see it through the net of our desires, divided into pleasure and pain, right and wrong, inner and outer. To see the universe as it is, you must step beyond the net. It is not hard to do so, for the net is full of holes. Q: What do you mean by holes? And how to find them? M: Look at the net and its many contradictions. You do and undo at every step. You want peace, love, happiness and work hard to create pain, hatred and war. You want longevity and overeat, you want friendship and exploit. See your net as made of such contradictions and remove them -- your very seeing them will make them go. Q: Since my seeing the contradiction makes it go, is there no causal link between my seeing and its going? http://www.amazon.com/I-Am-That-Nisargadatta-Maharaj/dp/0893860468
  18. Hello all! I have been quite upset by the prejudices people hold against other religions, so have been trying to write a book which can educate adults and children on the basics of major religions, showing the links between them. However, I am personally not a Sikh, so would be very grateful if you could look over this document and tell me what I should add/subtract/change please? Sorry to trouble you all, but if you do help, it would be most kind :')
  19. I wanted to bring this to the Sangats attention that many Sikhi books including: Almost all books by Bhai Randhir Singh Ji, Bhai Veer Singh Ji, Prof. Sahib Singh Ji, Bhai Joginder SIngh Ji, Giani Sant Singh Ji Maskeen, Giani Harbans Singh Ji are now online Some other interesting books including Guru Granth Sahib Ji in French and Dutch Ad Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 14 vols by Harbans Singh Mahan Kosh in english different english translations of Guru Granth Sahib i Gur Pratap Suraj Granth in simple punjabi many books on Gurmat Sangeet Giani Sant Singh Maskeen's books in english many steeks in hindi and there are so many other 100s of books and mp3s that everyone will be interested in this sewa is done by http://sikhbookclub.com/
  20. Can people post books of sant jeevans or inspiring books written by Sants in English
  21. Has anyone been able to find this book in english/pdf form? I went to the local sikh book store and they were sold out. Tried reading the punjabi version and was left even more confused than before.
  22. Turbanology: Guide to Sikh Identity By Jay Singh-Sohal Product Description“Turbanology: Guide to Sikh Identity” explores the significance of the Sikh turban, or Dastaar, giving insight into to what Sikhs consider their crown. This Guide catalogues the significance of this unique and distinct identity for Sikhs and explores how the community’s physical appearance has historically evolved. Today, there are many growing misgivings about this aspect of Sikh identity and what turban-wearers represent. “Turbanology" dispels the myths in an exciting and engaging manner to unravel the true meaning of the Dastaar. Available in print worldwide and on Kindle ... international copies and bulk orders can be accessed via new website and free online exhibit: www.turbanology.info Direct UK link here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Turbanology-Guide-Identity-Jay-Singh-Sohal/dp/0957054017/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1358172787&sr=8-1
  23. how to download book? i have to pay money scribe.com?
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