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  1. Guru Hargobind Sahib told His Sikhs to do ishnaan in Kaulsar sarovar before doing ishnaan in Amritsar sarovar. There used to be a surang connecting Kaulsar to Amritsar. Male Sikhs with their wet clothes used to use this surang to reach Amritsar from Kaulsar. This surang was destroyed about 110 years back. There r still many bazurg sikhs who hv heard about this surang from their parents.
  2. In these tough times with people are dying from the coronavirus, the speed to which it is spreading cannot be controlled and doctors/scientists are unable to find a cure for this virus. We as Sikhs should keep a high spirits through Gurbani. A few weeks ago I was reading through shabads and I came across a shabad on who cured Hargobind (our sixth Guru when his father Sri Guru Arjun Dev ji was the Guru) from a fever. There are four different shabads on Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib ji being cured. I will post all of them. There are many people who are breaking the faith of the Sikhs in Vaheguru
  3. A bit of background on Sikh warriordom and Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/12/the-cherisher-of-humanity.html?view=magazine
  4. 'With one sword we will take authority as 'miran ki miri' (king of kings). With the other, we shall achieve 'piran ki piri' (spiritual supremacy). All those who come our way seeking refuge shall be saved. Those who oppose us shall lose both authorities.' -Sahib Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. (1) In 1606 A.D., the Mughal emperor Jahangir ordered the execution of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji in order to appease the radical Sunni orthodoxy at his court. In turn he earned the wrath of a fledgling Sikh nation which found a rejuvenation in the form of the executed Guru's successor, Sri Guru Hargobind Sah
  5. WJKK WJKF I wrote this story a while back in a post but no one seemed to reply so I thought id make a topic. A few years back I was at a Gurdwara and there was one of the Sangat telling stories about Punjab, and about the amount of blood shed in Punjab from the times of our Gurus until now. He then told a story, which was from a few years back from Punjab. Im a bit sketchy on all the details as it was a few years back so please forgive me. In a Pind in Punjab, there was a tree which locals said gave a errie feeling when you go past it. They ask a Baba why this is. He explained that the
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