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  1. Waheguru Here is something the Sangat will be very interested in Golden Puratan Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji said to be of Baba Deep Singh Ji The file is 566 Mb SGGS Golden Puratan Saroop This same website also has First Published Gurbani meanings by Damdami Taksaal 1980s (Jap Ji, Kirtan Sohila) SGGS Sainchees (2 Parts) from 1950s used by Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji SGGS Sainchees (2 Parts) from 2008 printed by Damdami Taksaal
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    This guy and me...

    Basically i came across this guy a few months back and from the very first time i met him, i was hooked. He is like no other person i have ever come across. Its not about looks etc but his personality...i feel connected with him on another level. It sounds corny but it feels like we were meant to meet...obviously we were lol Maharaajs hukum but i meet loads of people many amazing people but just this one guy has touched me so deep...i feel like theres a solid soul connection. And whats weird is that he feels the exact same way. I know his not lying...he is possibly the most truthful person ive
  3. 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
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