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  1. No one is probably gnna answer this lol But do you live up to your name? If you have a Sikh/Punjabi name then it has a deep spiritual meaning behind it, have you lived up to yours? I certainly haven't ! My name is a half Sanskrit and half Punjabi, I won't give the exact meaning but another meaning can be one who has conquered their desires. One should try to live up to their name, after all it was Guru Sahib that chose your name/the first letter. It should inspire you.
  2. My name wasn’t decided from taking hukamnama when born (cos my family didn’t follow sikhi then) So when I take amrit do I have to be given a new name? I mean first name cos I already use Singh to my surname
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    Bibi ji

    Does anyone know the name of this bibi ji? I believe they are from Canada and married to a chardikala gurmukh. Any information will be high appreciated. Thank u Waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh
  4. What would you name your son, I want something unique and sikh only. I was just looking for recommendations. I live in a white town, so I was looking for something that Canadians can actually pronounce. Right now, I was thinking between Harman or harminder
  5. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! What is "NAAM"? Gurbani.org in an article basically states that Naam is knowledge Link to article: https://www.gurbani.org/gurblog/gurbani-defines-naam/ While other sources state that Naam is just the name of god. My question is simple: What is "NAAM"??
  6. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Found this article, and I do think it relates to some things going on among Sikhs today. As much as 70% of Thailand Sikhs have Non-Sikh names there. http://m.timesofindia.com/city/chandigarh/sikhs-adopt-thai-names-to-gel-with-local-populace-in-thailand/articleshow/59994438.cms
  7. WJKK WJKF. For example, Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale had, I am not sure if I can say bodyguards, but Singhs who protected him. Is there a certain name for them?
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    Sikh Names

    Wheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Wheguru Ji ke Fateh Can you tell me when choosing the a name for a new born how to the tell the difference between Sikh and Hindu names. I have looked at some name and they look Hindu but see that Sikhs have this name too how do you tell the difference
  9. Hello, I would like to have my forum name modified to 'MisterSingh.' This will end any speculation as to my gender. Thank-you.
  10. I was reading "Harmander Darshan" by Dr. Saroop Singh Alag, where he beautifully explained in couple of lines, why "Harmander Sahib" is called "Harmander Sahib". He says, where there is hanuman moorti/idol, it's called Hanuman Mander, if they have shiv moorti, it's called Shiv mander, so and so. But Sri Harmander Sahib is the house of Hari - hareya hoeya, saareyan nu hareya karan wala, har tha vasan wala, har-ik di paalna/daya karan wala, har-ik de layi khula, thats why its called "Harmander Sahib". The writer has also shared real-life stories of the sikhs and non-sikhs having amazing spiritu
  11. Waheguru Ji blessed us with a baby girl and by hukumnama the letter for her name we got is "d". Can you guys suggest us with a nice, new and unique name for her. Thank you
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