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  1. waheguru EnglishTranslationofSiriGuruGranthSahib.pdf
  2. India is a sexually repressed place, that will change with time; in the mean-while this famous saying: Gun Control is hitting where you aim or The morality behind gun control is john doe being tied to a fence post vs john doe explaining how his attackers got those holes in them. Not too long of a post, crime is reduced where there is concealed carry. US people would know that, anyone going against weapons is a wussy and frankly not a sikh. That's really the only solution while other things work themselves out, or we work them out. Otherwise, you're saying that because you don't 'like' or are 'scared' of weapons for your 'feeling of safety' 100,000's of people should be rape, killed, and etc.
  3. BhagatBalmik

    13 books pdf online

    Here are some books that i have gathered overtime and hope the sangat is interested in reading them. Some of them you might have seen before so forgive me. Waheguru Gubani Healing Guide in English (sarb rog ka Aukhad Nam book) how to do simran and what causes ailment and their remediesNaam Seva tai Hukam by Balbir Singh A must read for anyone who wants to do Naam Simran Dasam Granth Da Mahatav by Guru Nanak Dev MissionArticle on Rana Surat Singh Great Humanist Guru Nanak Dev Ji By Sir Jogendra Singh & Raja Sir Daljit Singh Ranjit Singh: Maharaj of Punjab by Khushwant Singh The Sikh Way of Life by Ranbir-singh Glimpses of the Divine Masters by Ranbir-singh November 1984 Pogroms of Sikhs in IndiaHistory of the Punjab and of the Rise,Progress, & Present Condition of the Sect and Nation of The Sikhs 1846 Gobind GIta A Critical study of the life and teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev by Sewaram Singh Thapar Sources on the Life & Teachings of Guru Nanak Sikhs by A.H. Bingley 1899
  4. BhagatBalmik

    Nanak Prakash in English from Blog

    For the benefit of the Sangat the blog http://sikhscriptures2english.blogspot.com/ Katha of Nanak Prakash can be download from http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audio the translation is done by the owner of http://sikhscriptures2english.blogspot.com/ Sri Nanak Prakash in English
  5. BhagatBalmik

    3 books pdf online

    here are great books that are now online Gurbani Vyakran By Prof Sahib Singh Gatha Sri Ad Granth Part 1 by Prof. Pirra Singh Sri Kartarpur Bir De Darshan by Bhai Jodh Singh
  6. 13Mirch

    Choubis Avtar.

    Many Hindus argue that because Guru Gobind Singh Ji wrote choubis avtar he must have worshipped Hindu gods such as Ram etc. How do we disapprove this claim? Especially with proof from Choubis avtar? I did an article on Guru Sahib and Ram Chandar but a brother on this forum pointed out I have inferiro sources. *inferior.
  7. SANT DHADRIANWALE ANNOUNCES SOLUTION: STRICT ACTION MUST BE TAKEN TO STOP BEADBI – SRI AKAL TAKHT SAHIB NEEDS TO ISSUE HUKAMNAMA 21st September 2011 In the most unfortunate circumstances, persistent Beadbi (sacrilege) of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj continues to happen in villages and towns around India by various anti-Sikh miscreants. Be it the recent Beadbi of throwing 5 Saroops of Guru Sahib Ji down a well in Udhampur Nallan with bottles of alcohol and rubbish, or the burning of a Saroop in Uttar Pradesh. In the meanwhile, as a consequence, Panthic discussions across the world carry on in the hope to find solutions and take action to prevent any future incidents of sacrilege. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj is the only living and eternal Guru of the Sikhs. While those with love for the Khalsa Panth cannot sleep as Beadbi takes place, regrettably, the reality remains there is very little action the common Sikh with ‘Panthic Dharad’ around the world can take. The Sikh Nations Mahaan Parchaarak Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji Dhadrianwale has not only condemned this intolerable Beadbi, but outlined the most rational and only solution the Sikhs have for the long-term, in the current state of affairs, in order to prevent any further incidents of sacrilege from happening to Guru Sahib Ji in India. Furthermore, the solution proposed has been put into action immediately after its announcement. In what should be a joint-effort by every Sikh, Gurdwara Committee and Jathebandhi across the world (and not just in India), Sant Dhadrianwale have announced and initiated a Panthic lobby to influence the Jathedar of Sri Akal Takht Sahib to issue and implement a Hukamnama that will once and for all clarify the solution to this problem. This plan of action was suggested and launched on Wednesday 14th September 2011 at Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton during the last Diwaan of Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji’s 2011 UK Visit for Gurmat Parchaar, which was attended by thousands of Sikhs across the UK and broadcast live on television that was watched by millions across Europe (and around the world on the internet). It would be a huge and almost impossible task for any individual Panthic Jathebandhi in India to make arrangements for the security of each and every Gurdwara Sahib nationwide, where in many cases there are 4-5 Gurdwara’s in a village and thousands of villages across the states of India. Sant Dhadrianwale have suggested that instead, a Hukamnama issued from Sri Akal Takht Sahib should make clear that in whichever city, town or village, in whichever Gurdwara Sahib a Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj is present, then the responsibility for the safety of Guru Sahib Ji should lie with the village ‘Panchayat’ and/or Gurdwara committee. If any Beadbi occurs, then the Panchayat and committee will be responsible and they will be summoned by the Panth to explain why Beadbi has occurred. Guarding of the Gurdwara Sahib and the security of Guru Sahib Ji within each village and city would need to be arranged, even if the village Panchayat and committee arrange it on a payroll basis. At present, almost every village of Punjab has security arranged each night to prevent foul behaviour, theft of buffaloes etc. If there are two exits to the village, both are guarded by a number of local village residents who work on a rota basis. Any cars passing through the village at night are stopped by these guards to ensure there is no unusual activity. Sant Dhadrianwale have said that if villages can be guarded in such a way, then members of each village can also guard the Gurdwara’s as well. Once this Hukamnama is issued, then members of the SGPC would need to visit each and every Gurdwara Sahib, one by one, to make sure it has been put into operation and 10-15 people are guarding the locality of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj. Sant Dhadrianwale said it would need to be stated and made clear that if local Sangat, Panchayats or Gurdwara Committees are not able to arrange the security for and uphold the Satkaar of Guru Sahib Ji, then the sacred Saroop should be with Sri Akal Takht Sahib without delay. Where Satkaar cannot be upheld and systems to prevent Beadbi from occurring cannot be put in place, then the King of Kings Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj should not have to reside at such places. Sant Dhadrianwale said that when Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji (as Jathedar of Sri Akal Takht Sahib) had issued the Hukamnama that no Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj should go to Marriage Palaces, that particular Beadbi ceased in India because people fear the supreme edicts of Sri Akal Takht Sahib and will obey them, be it from the inside or as show from the outside. When village Panchayats and Gurdwara Committees know they will be accountable to Sri Akal Takht Sahib if Beadbi occurs, then fortification around the locality of Guru Sahib Ji will certainly take place. The SGPC workers would quickly be able to visit Gurdwara’s in their areas to ensure this is in place at every location where Guru Sahib Ji is present. Sant Dhadrianwale said we can keep discussing and wasting time while further Beadbi could occur at any time, but action needs to be taken and this would be the most fast, immediate and only solution to this problem. In the current times, there would be no other practical solution. Sant Dhadrianwale have said these cases of Beadbi have turned into a play and joke for the anti-Sikh miscreants who orchestrate them. The Satkaar of Guru Sahib Ji is every Sikhs responsibility. Sant Dhadrianwale, at their last UK Gurmat Diwaan when suggesting this plan of action, made a humble request to all Sikhs, Gurdwara Committees and Panthic Organisations (who have done and continue to do a massive amount of selfless service for the Khalsa Panth) throughout the UK and Europe to send letters to the Sri Akal Takht Sahib Ji Jathedar and put pressure on him to issue and implement such a Hukamnama. Sant Dhadrianwale said upon their return to Punjab, starting at the Sangrand Diwaan at Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib, they would be announcing this plan of action on every stage during their continuous Gurmat and Amrit Parchaar Diwaans across India in order to ensure this Hukamnama is issued as soon as possible over the coming few months. After this announcement by Sant Dhadrianwale on 14th September 2011 in the UK, it has now officially been put into action in India and launched during the 17th September 2011 Sangarand Samagam from Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib at which around 70,000 people were in attendance. An appeal has been made to every Panthic organisation in India and around the world to write to the Akal Takht Jathedar in their own capacity and support the release of such a Hukamnama. During the Sangrand Samagam, Sant Dhadrianwale have made it clear that the Sikh nation will never sit down and tolerate such Beadbi. They said strict action must be taken to stop Beadbi of Guru Sahib Ji from happening in the future. It must be noted that Sant Dhadrianwale has no link with the Sant Samaj in its alliance with the Akali Dal and neither have Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji got involved in any discussions with any of the political parties of Punjab to benefit from any such alliance in the SGPC elections. Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji Dhadrianwale continue independently in their primary mission of Gurmat Parchaar and Amrit Sanchaar to the Sikh masses. Also listen to following Diwaan (Wednesday 14th September 2011, Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton): (In particular, see from 1:17:00 to 1:23:30 for some info about this news item)
  8. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ATTENDED UK DIWAANS OF SANT DHADRIANWALE AND HUNDREDS RECEIVED AMRIT NIRVAIR KHALSA DAL CARS SMASHED IN UP 19th September 2011 Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji Dhadrianwale have left the UK to return to India on 15th September 2011 after the final Diwaan of their 2011 UK Visit for Gurmat Parchaar in which hundreds of people received Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Maharaj Ji’s Amrit over the organised 8 Amrit Sanchaars that took place in different towns and cities across the UK. These new Amritdhari’s were seen by all the Sangat (and often on live television broadcasts) coming out the Amrit Sanchaar led by the Panj Pyaare into the Diwaan Hall. Sant Dhadrianwale were accompanied by a Jatha of around 25-30 Sikh youths at all times while in the UK and were appreciated by UK Panthic Jathebandhia. Every Gurdwara Sahib where a Diwaan took place was overflowing with Sangat, be it weekend or weekday, and a truly amazing atmosphere was created in every Gurdwara Diwaan Hall. There was a large attendance by Sikh youth born and bred in the UK who find the Parchaar by Sant Dhadrianwale simple and straightforward to understand. These are trends that have been apparent every time Sant Dhadrianwale have been visiting the UK for Gurmat Parchaar since the year 2005. In the UK, Sant Dhadrianwale commended Sikhs who work in their own country to ensure the Satkaar of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is upheld at any cost, for example, the UK’s Satkaar campaign was applauded, as well as Gurmat camps organised for young Sikhs by youth organisations and the hard unflinching work of the Panthic Jathebandhia over the years. Diwaans took place across the UK, including Wednesfield, Hayes, Derby, Leeds, Darlington, Newcastle, Smethwick, Bedford, Hitchin, West Bromwich, Walsall, Leicester, Coventry, Ilford, Gravesend, Willenhall, Birmingham and Wolverhampton. Just before their return to India, Beadbi had happened to Guru Sahib Ji in Uttar Pradesh where Singh's of Nirvair Khalsa Dal sent by Sant Dhadrianwale and led by Jathedar Nirvair Singh of the Jathebandhi were in the forefront to assess and take control of the situation. The Jatha of Singh’s have been attacked in Uttar Pradesh by anti-Panthic miscreants and had their vehicles smashed. This was during the protests taking place as a result of the Beadbi, in which the Jathebandhi of Sant Dhadrianwale are taking the lead role.
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