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  1. Bhai Gurdas was a pooran brahmgyani, way ahead than present day babaas. He made a mistake and wrote: If Guru tests His sikh, sikh shud not waver.... Guru Arjan dev ji told Bhai gurdas to correct his line, Bhai Gurdas corrected it by writing: If Guru tests His sikh, what can the sikh do?
  2. How to remember Vaheguru 24/7?
  3. Sangat ji, trying to find historical records of the Kashmiri Pandits coming to Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji for help. I'm aware about the subtle mention in Dasam Granth but I'm after some historical perspectives of it.
  4. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! What's the best online version of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji to read online with simple searching? I used to use Srigranth.org but that's fallen with this message: MESSAGE TO USERS: A number of websites, including srigranth.org, on this server are currently not working as the server machine had completely failed (in the beginning of Feb 2017) while machine managers were on vacation. While we are back it will take time to restore the websites. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please bear with us, as it will take some time.
  5. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Daas wanted to ask if Guru Sahib is Antarjami, (all-knowing), why doesn't he stop stuff from before them happening, (such as allowing Gangu Brahmin to be associated with them despite killing the Sahibzade)?
  6. https://m.facebook.com/BaruSahibHP/photos/a.312356885474161.72764.294820193894497/1017790444930798/?type=3&source=48 What's Sangat's on this?
  7. I was wondering what the length of Rehras Sahib was especially since different people end it at different times.
  8. Guru Sahib is telling us something as a Panth: http://dailysikhupdates.com/same-hukamnama-for-3-straight-days-guru-sahib-gives-strong-message/
  9. sangat ji, when guru maharaj went for sukh asan, i was told that people move a step or two from their standing place...i was wondering is there any maryada for sukh asan too? if so where can i find it?
  10. What does "Turk" means.. Does this mean People From Middle East, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia or people from Turkey .. Turkish
  11. Can someone please post up all of the statements from akal takht regarding parkash of guru sahib where there is meat and alcohol. Just a question has it been stated that this applies to homes where meat and alcohol are kept?
  12. http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2013/03/guru-nanak-dev-avatar-of-kal-yug.html Guru Gobind Singh in his anthology of 24 avatars essays and recounts the narratives of 24 different personalities, sent into creation to propagate 'dharma' or righteousness. Via a Vedantic perspective there are six different avatars, witht he highest being the 'Pooran Tam Avatar.' By adopting a Gurmat perspective we can easily summaries Guru Nanak Dev being a 'Pooran Tam Avatar.' The argument that Guru Nanak Dev was a prophet, a saint or reformist is easily nullified by Gurbani and the works of Bhai Gurdass Ji. Both mention an extensive number of individuals who achieved liberation before Guru Sahib. This is also evident from the ithiaas of the Bhagat-Sahibaans. Often saints and students of Purataan maryada label Ram Chandar, Krishna, Dhru, Prahlaad and many other so-called Hindu personalities as being Gursikhs. This is not fallacy, nor is it pure extremism. One has to understand that a faith with a distinctive universal approach such as Sikhi, is not a new creation. It was prevalent at the dawn of mankind and was followed by all to merge with the lord. However as time progressed it became heavily diluted and changed, ultimately one has to imagine a tree and it's branches. The tree of Sikhi was shrouded in the mists of ignorance, but it's offshoots gained prominence. Only a few individuals, then, managed to discover the tree and follow it straight. That too through trial and error. By the time of Kal-Yug only 15 individuals were able to realise it and gain liberation. On seeing the condition of mankind, the lord finally decided to himself come amongst it and re-establish the supreme ethos. Whereas in Hindu-mat Kalki or Nikhlank is accepted as being the avatar of Kal-yug, in Gurmat it is Guru Nanak Dev. Guru Sahib has made it explicitly clear in Gurbani that Sikhi preceded even him. 'Aad Sach Jugaad Sach Hai Bhee Sach Nanak Hosi Bhee Sach.' The truth was there at the beginning, is in the present and will also be found in the future. Often the previous avatars brought their own version of 'dharma.' Guru Nanak Dev finally brought the truth. God came as Guru Nanak. He did not take birth. How can he when he's above the three states of mind and five states of being? He sent a mirror image of himself. Guru Nanak Dev was not a prophet who brought a new revelation. Nor was he a saint who represents the zenith of his creed's philosophy. He was an articulation of the lord who came to distribute the truth and the best way to follow it. Whereas the previous avatars were often reflections of a diety, Guru Nanak Dev was a true embodiment of the lord via a metaphysical perspective.
  13. Today I made a very heavy, easily avoidable and massively stupid error which will probably prove fatal to me. There is this girl at school who I want to be friends with. Shes smart and serious. I like her. Today a few individuals at school found out. By tomorrow probably she will know, but this thought just struck me; I am looking for a girlfriend when it's not allowed. What do I do? What do I say to her tomorrow and above all how do I repent in the Guru's eyes? Basically my peers managed to get this stupid thing out of me, I like her.
  14. Please feel free to correct and criticise me, I just listened to these two kathas and was impressed with the knowledge displayed. http://www.manglacharan.com/2011/05/chandi-pargat-hona-katha-by-giani-baba.html However I do not understand Shakti, was that Akal Purakh in one of his forms? I also do not understand the bit regarding Mata Sahib Kaur Ji. Is Akal Purakh's shakti in Kirpan? Hence is Kirpan chandi? How do we, in Gurmat, view Durga? How does our view of Chandi and Durga differ from Hinduism?
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