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  1. VJKK VJKF I am thinking of keeping a saroop of Sri Dasam Granth Ji in my bedroom. I can read Gurmukhi so I can read it. I asked my mom about it and she said yes and she is taking me to DTF (Soho Road) sometime in the holidays (I think they have saroops of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji anyway). I just wanted to know the maryada of keeping Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji in my house. My family eat meat etc but they only eat it downstairs but my saroop of Sri Dasam Granth Ji will be kept in my bedroom at all times so none of the meat will go near Maharaj. I just wanted to know if this is alright becau
  2. In sikhi we are taugh to respect our elders, i am not sure where this teaching came from, and dont know if it is right, what if we disagree adn the child is right and the adult is forcing wrong views.....?
  3. Re; the thread on the main page : By the time this thread is put on by the Mods here it might not make sense but I'm writing at the time when message number 6 has just been posted there. Dsinghdp wants to know : jkvlondon says: Personally, I find this morbid curiosity both disturbing and upsetting. Why do you need to know ? Why should the Sikh Channel broadcast a family's internal pain to the world ? If you know this family you will no doubt find out how and why and will have your opportunity to personally pay your respects. If, like me, you don
  4. Credits to @Jacfsing2 for pointing these Puratan Samprada's out for me. Khalsa "Khalsa (Punjabi: "the pure") refers to both a special group of initiated Sikh warriors, as well as the community that considers Sikhism as its faith. The Khalsa tradition was initiated in 1699 by the last living Guru of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh. Its formation was a key event in the history of Sikhism. The founding of Khalsa is celebrated by Sikhs during the festival of Vaisakhi, the Sikh new year. Guru Gobind Singh started the Khalsa tradition after his father had been beheaded for resistin
  5. With all the bad stories we have become accustomed to of many girls from the community and their behaviour. Its great to see a Punjabi Sikh girl with respect and honour such as Harmanpreet Kaur. Who blasted a fantastic 171 against australia in the womens world cup. Probably the greatest innings by an indian cricketer. Be it men or women. We should all salute Harmanpreet Kaur !!! Big respect!! She has become a national hereo in India. And great to see she uses KAUR as her last name then some retarded caste name.
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    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh I had a question about what one should do (after they brush their Kesh) with the dead hairs that are cleaned out with the kanga... I used know a lot of taksali Singh's who said it was necessary to collect them up, the eventually do sanskar by burning them (trying to maintain as much satkar as possible), but now from my current understanding I'm starting to feel ritualistic about this. Please help me understand if it's correct or wrong. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
  7. WJKK WJKF I am to start using a Gutka Sahib for Nitnem as opposed to a phone, whats the best way to keep respect for Gutka Sahib. For example, should I not touch my face/body whilst reciting form Gutka Sahib etc? thanks
  8. Should I teach my kids to do so as a habit of respect for us as parents
  9. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh I was reading today, about keeping respect for banis. And I wanted to check if what I'm doing is ok: If we are reading path, do we have to sit on a cloth on the floor? All the Gutka Sahib Ji's in my house are kept in my room, and they are higher than me when I sleep, but when I do path where I sit is facing the Gutka Sahib Ji but im also facing the end of my bed is this disrespectful ? (When I sleep my head is inline with the Gutka Sahib Ji just to clarify) I make mistakes when reciting Gurbani, if I miss pronounced something while listening to
  10. I've noticed that there are many discuss and posts on the matter but On many occasions it was a single human being, and they shall answer for their Karam's in their own time but I would like to know is that why does no one ever talks about the disrespect we do as a community in the gurdwara's. We say that our guru is living and the guru is talking to us when gurbani is being recited yet 99% of people will simply talk to each other or are lost within themselves, ignoring gurbani and therefore being disrespectful. Just imagine being ignored while you are telling someone something which is very i
  11. So as I have stated in the past I am a Hispanic Sikh. Yesterday I encountered an obstacle I wasn't expecting. They don't want me to wear a turban just yet. My parents are seriously worried that a. Wearing a Turban, becoming a Gursikh i optional b. living in the States with a turban can be dangerous and c. that I have jumped too quick on Sikhi and should learn more before wearing a turban. I have been practicing Sikhi for about half a year now. My bare minimum Sikh routine: 1. Wake up and read Japji Sahib 2. Do at least once every week Simran 3. Go to Gurdwara to pray and listen to evening pray
  12. Hello sangat My family and I are in abit of a situation, my grandmother was taken into hospital a few weeks ago aftwr having suffered a stroke and brain hemmoraging. Doctors kept telling us she has a few days, but she miraculously keeps fighting back- she has been truly blessed by Babaji and ardas, there is no doubting that. She cannot speak but uses her strength to move her mouth to paath, and responds alot when we do simran near her- her faith is inspiring. Her death wish was to die at home, but recently, a family who has had allegations against them of abuse is trying to stick her in a h
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