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  1. My friend is an amritdhari nitnemi Singh. He got married an year back. After marriage, he came to know his father in law is a missionary "sikh". He regularly debates with my friend that Dasam Granth is all fake and there is no need for khande baate da amrit. My friend's wife also supports her father. My friend is confused and doesn't want to hv a child in such a family. what shud he do?
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    nindaks of gurbani

    Vjkk vjkf should we eat from and associate ourselves, with people who do nindya of gurbani. Ie saying Sri Dasam Granth Ji isn’t bani etc.
  3. Bhai Nand Lal ji dint know how to write poetry in Rubayee chhand. So Dasmesh Pita spoke a Rubayee from His Lotus Mukh and bhai nand lal ji wrote his Rubayeean after listening to this Rubayee of Guru Gobind Singh ji. This Rubayee is present in an old Dasam Granth sarup at Patna Sahib.
  4. Erudite scholars of the Dasam Granth, and Sri Sarbloh Granth, have concluded that Kali plays an important role in both scriptures. She is a metaphor for associating femininity with the Akal. In this article I hope to highlight the societal, and familial factors which convinced Guru Gobind Singh Ji to utilise Kali in his works. The Dasam Granth residences a plethora of mystical-cum-spiritual metaphors which are fecund spectres of an ubiquitous vision. One such spectre is that of Kali, the dark Goddess. Evolving from a primeval genesis, Kali is presently a household deity amongst the sub-conti
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    Charitrapakhyan

    So, i was looking at websites such as Islam-Sikhism and they mention Charitrapakhyan alot which is from Dasam Granth. Please discuss it because i can't see any forums doing so and this absence can cause preachers from other faiths to attack Sikhi. Some people say that Charitrapakhyan is contradictory to the message in Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
  6. So, I was reading this book called Life of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and His Teachings by Dalip Singh. In it he tells how in chapter 2 of Bachitar Natak Guru Ji tells how the world was created. It says "When the formless God effected the expansion of the universe by uttering a word, (Oankar) He created the Earth. At the onset He created the matter of the five elements (Maya), from it a most beautiful and powerful king named Kalsain (Vishnu) emerged. The second king produced was Kalkait (Brahma) and the third Koorrbaras (Shiva). The fourth was Kaldhuj (Mahavishnu), from Whom the whole creati
  7. Ranjit Singh the Maharajah of Panjab had full faith in both Scriptures: Guru Granth Sahib and Sri Dasam Granth Sahib. He undertook Vak from Guru Granth Sahib before undertaking his military expeditions. He also commissioned manuscript copies of the Sikh Granths by artisans in his court and beyond. He also ensured that the Granth Sahibs were carried on his expeditions. The following quote by Mufti ‘Ali’ ud-Din shows the respect that was paid to the Granth Sahibs in the Sikh empire:The maharaja maintained an elaborate establishment of Bhais (Sikh priests), one or two of whom held the charge of e
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    Dasam and sarbloth granth

    I have a question for someone knowledgeable. If a Sikh doesn’t believe in the dasam Granth or sarbloth Granth but does believe in the SGGS, is he still considered a Sikh? i ask because if someone has an issue with the Ragmala even though it’s in the SGGS, they are still sikhs so there shouldn’t be an issue with the other two Granth right ?
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    is this a bani?

    gurfateh, guru-sangat i was listening to a mixtape the other day, and there is this part in it where they start by saying "niraj chhand", and it says "dhhu dhhu myan te kirbaan yu nikaal hai" i want to know if this is a bani. if it is, what bani is it? i asked some of my friends and they think it could be sri sarbloh granth, panth prakash, or sooraj prakash. please let me know as soon as possible. wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  10. http://www.panjabdigilib.org/webuser/searches/displayPage.jsp?ID=41476&page=1&CategoryID=12&Searched=
  11. http://www.panjabdigilib.org/webuser/searches/displayPage.jsp?ID=3331&page=1&CategoryID=1&Searched=W3GX&sbtsro=0
  12. Been two weeks and read first 100 verses of Charitrpakyaan. It's poetic. It's also interesting and will make one thing "Damn! did women / men really fool the opposite gender like that?" we're talking unbelievable lies, women lying at point blank range and their husbands fall for it, how women used charitrs (mainly words) to get out of sticky situations. And... the husband (mainly kings) fall for it! Makes one think "OH! COME ON! U just caught her in that position- what u mean u believe her?" HOWEVER! Grasping this Bani makes one think... are we following in these steps? how many ti
  13. As ever, dasmesh pita didn't leave us unprepared for any of the realities of the world, if we just open up our eyes: Sri Charitropakhyan Sahib jee Series - Charitar #105 - The tale of Taas Beg Chritar 105: Tale of Taas Beg ਚੌਪਈ ॥ Chaupaee ਅਲਿਮਰਦਾ ਕੌ ਸੁਤ ਇਕ ਰਹੈ ॥ ਤਾਸ ਬੇਗ ਨਾਮਾ ਜਗ ਕਹੈ ॥ Alimardan (a king) had a son whom the world knew as Taas Beg. ਬਚਾ ਜੌਹਰੀ ਕੋ ਤਿਨ ਹੇਰਿਯੋ ॥ ਮਹਾ ਰੁਦ੍ਰ ਰਿਪੁ ਤਾ ਕੌ ਘੇਰਿਯੋ ॥੧॥ He (Beg) came across the son of a jeweller and he w
  14. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh Sangat ji, I have a few questions that I have come across and hope some guru da piaara can shine a light on I have been studying gurbani in Guru Granth Sahub Ji via a sehej path I have kept. I have been reading 1-4 shabads a day and fully understanding the shabad before moving on. I am currently on ang 33 and plan to spend a few years to complete the sehaj path. My questions are: when should I start studying other banis like Dasam Granth bani, Bhai Gurdas jis vaaran, and Bhai Nanad Lal jis bani? Is there a certa
  15. What's people's opinion on the author of the Dasam Granth? I read the english translations of the charitropakhyan and I've been immensely distrurbed. The stories are totally pornographic in detail. I'm really struggling to believe that Guru Gobind Singh would have the time, energy and need to translate such pornographic material.
  16. For those that don't already know this site has full Dasam Granth Sahib in English and Punjabi. They have a index for the different chapters that you can click on. The English has some minor spelling mistakes, I'm reading Kalki Avatar and came across some spelling mistakes https://www.searchgurbani.com/dasam-granth/index/chapter/en
  17. ਸਰਬਕਾਲਹੈਿਪਤਾਅਪਾਰਾ॥ਦੇਿਬਕਾਿਲਕਾਮਾਤਹਮਾਰਾ॥ “He, my lord is father and destroyer of all, the goddess kalika is my mother.” - Guru Gobind Singh ji. Can someone please explain this pangti to me? I’m really confused
  18. I've read on this forum and have met certain people in real life claim that the Dasam Granth should be placed in Gurudwaras and teachings from it should be used in life. Although I can argue that many concepts and teachings are already practiced from the Dasam Granth such as Khalsa being the most notable, as well as certain Ardas being found in the Granth, my question is really about the debate for the consideration of the Dasam Granth. If the decision has been made by Guru Saheb himself, then why are people challenging it? I mean if the teachings in the Dasam Granth were meant to apply to Sik
  19. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji Ki Fateh enjoy the seminar and the beautiful proofs
  20. I have a set of Aad and Dasam Bani pothies. Can I put both sets of pothies on 1 manji sahib at the same together and continue a sehaj paat from both? Just wondering if anyone has knowledge on what the maryada is for this.
  21. Dear All, I have received this email from a group called "Sikhs helping Sikhs." It is a statement purported to be written by Lord Indarjit Singh. If it is true and it is his own statement, then this is one guy we need to keep an eye on. He is "up there" in government and had a lot of influence on Sikh matters in the UK, upto the point of being involved in formulating Sikh religious studies syllabus. If this is still the case, we should not have people like him in such positions. The email: To the Gurdwara Boards East Africa & other Sikhs concerned about rec
  22. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! How exactly did the Missionary Jatha get it's influence especially among the majority of those who aren't Amritdhari? Is there a reason why true Gurmat is being attacked by our own people? Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
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