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  1. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. I am interested to know what exactly is taught at Damdami Taksaal. I am vaguely aware that they study Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Dasam Granth and historical manuscripts such as Suraj Prakash. However I read in Cynthia Mahmood's Book on Kharku Singhs that the Taksaal also teaches students Sanskrit and Indian history. I would appreciate it if Singhs who have studied at Taksaal, or who know more than I do, could give me a rundown of the DDT's curriculum. What does it consist of? Thanks
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    Wjkk wjkf! Sangat ji I don't have much knowledge about the Damdami Taksal's current affairs. Can somebody please enlighten me by telling in brief why is the current Jathedar Harnam Singh Dhumma considered by many Sikhs as corrupt? Thanks! Wjkk wjkf!
  3. is harnam dhuma, ram singh or amrik singh ajnala is jathedar of damdami taksal.
  4. Waheguru Here is the complete maryada written by Giani Gurbachan Singh Ji Bindran Wale in his book 'Gurbani Path Darphan' its written from page 23 to 210 The Damdami Takal Maryada thats widely availabe online is the summerized one thats about 60 pages. The maryada from 'Gurbani Path Darphan' is about 187 pages and is more indepth Complete Damdami Taksal Maryada
  5. Here is the Sunder Gutka with Bisrams by Damdami Taksal Sunder Gutka
  6. Waheguru Just wanted to bring this video to Sangat's attention,
  7. Life and martyrdom of Shaheed Sant Baba Deep Singh: One of the greatest ever Gursikhs Today on the 10th February 1758, one of the most outstanding and piv-otal figures in Sikh history attained shaheedi, whilst fighting in Amritsar. Sant Baba Deep Singh Jee was an embodiment of perfect virtues and epitomised the character of a Sikh. His life and what he achieved was nothing short of remarkable, and although he is primarily known for his unmatched feat in the Battle of Amritsar, his en-tire life is inspirational to Sikhs around the world. How did a Singh, aged 76 years old, pick up a sword wei
  8. Amrit Sanchar 24th December 2011 at 10am at Gurdwara Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (New Building) for further info contact - Bhai Gurraj Singh on 07807 471521
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