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  1. http://www.sikhpolice.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=102 Any thoughts sangat ji on this video or the auxiliary article?
  2. I have full faith in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as a Guru because Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave “Gaddi” to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. But, this belief is based upon the “Saakhi’s” stories, I heard from preachers and modern historians. They say Guru ji gave gaddi at Nanded (Hazur Sahib) in 1708. The point is where is ir written? In which authentic contemporary or old histoey books? Today by chance I came across the Punjabi and English Translation of “Gur Sobha” book by Senapati, a contemporary poet & historian in the court of Guru Gobind Singh Ji which suggests otherwise. I suggest everybody to
  3. Chaar Sahibzaade Shaheedi https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/simarmeet/sahibzaade
  4. https://m.facebook.com/nishansinghaustralia/videos/1269259460109889/?refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2Fgurvichar%2F&_rdr
  5. Was trying to access this website which I had been reading up on important information about sikh history for over 20 years and realised its no longer available? Done a little research and seems like since mid 2019 it's stopped being hosted maybe the owner doesn't realise its no longer there or is unable to pay for costs of hosting it any more or maybe has passed away? Just a shame that these important resources of Sikh theology, political and history that have been online available for free since 90s are being lost gradually sometimes forever. It's like our own online version of sik
  6. We know the heros of the 80's and 90s aka the dharmi fauj Sikhs who defended and sacrificed their lives at darbar sahib and all those militant Sikhs in the fields and villages of punjab who fought the oppression of the indian state. But in terms of non-combatant Sikhs the religious and political figures, who would you name as those who did great service for Sikhi and Sikhs in post- 1947 indian independence times and your reasons why? My list would include the following: The late Sant fateh singh (In taking leadership role in the punjabi suba movement) The late Bhai Kapur
  7. As this virus is out doing its worst in the world and we have evil sunni salafi islamic terrorists running around harming our people and other innocents. I think its time we did some reading and reflection on what sikhi and sikh history says about testing and trying times. Post any relevant gurbani scriptures or sikh ithihaas stories that may inspire others Heres mine: ਸਾਹਿਬੁ ਨਿਤਾਣਿਆ ਕਾ ਤਾਣੁ ॥ साहिबु निताणिआ का ताणु ॥ Sāhib niṯāṇi▫ā kā ṯāṇ. Our Lord and Master is the Power of the powerless. ਆਇ ਨ ਜਾਈ ਥਿਰੁ ਸਦਾ ਗੁਰ ਸਬਦੀ ਸਚੁ ਜਾਣੁ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ आ
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    Janam Sakhi online?

    Hi does anyone know where i can get Janam Sakhi online as pdf? there was a university in Panjab that had an online pdf version yeas ago, but I cannot find it anymore.
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    Sikh History

    There is alot of controversy surrounding the amount of evidence we have for our history such as the encounters between our Gurus and the Mughals. Do we have any proof of these encounters such as the Gurus being tortured by the Mughals upon Aurangzebs request. Obviously as a Sikh i believe it but the claims that the history may have been altered along the way due to over exaggeration may be valid too if there is a lack of evidence.
  10. Kirtan Nirmolak Hira By the grace of almighty, Our Kirtani Jatha is blessed for recital of Gurbani kirtan. These blessings have been proved during our recitals in various samagams, kirtan darbars & Gurudwaras. With the blessing of God, our recitals have been greatly appreciated by audience (Sangat). We are very thankful to God for giving us this precious gift. Saadh Sangat ji asees dena ji. Sada Ragi jatha esi tarah kirtan di sewa karda rahe ji . https://www.amritbani.info
  11. Vjkk vjkf jio, Posting after many ,many years (I think)! Just a quick one, would be nice to have a list of interesting documentaries/films (in English) on Sikh History: 1) The Stolen Maharajha - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho_V8xbD90s Any more, post links and I will try to keep updating the list above... Cheerio
  12. Wjkk Wjkf How the panj takhts were created and which Guru Sahiban gave them the name of panj takhts? Wjkk Wjkf
  13. Source: http://sikhsiyasat.net/2015/05/08/non-sikh-organizations-are-attempting-to-rewrite-sikh-history-in-california-doe-books-says-the-sikh-coalition/ Non-Sikh organizations are attempting to rewrite Sikh history in California DoE (Department of Education) books: says Sikh Coalition
  14. I recently researched some facets of Sikh history and here is what I have concluded. Please feel free to comment and criticize me. For the full article please see: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/dichotomy-and-de-evolution.html?view=magazine. I have also listed my sources, if in doubt please feel free to pursue them and get back to me. 'History is written by the Victors.' -Sir Winston Churchill. (1) History is never static but perpetually subject to fluctuation. Maybe then, what we call the past is nothing more than an adjective to catalog the notion of the commencement of an
  15. I recently researched some facets of Sikh history and here is what I have concluded. Please feel free to comment and criticize me. For the full article please see: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/dichotomy-and-de-evolution.html?view=magazine. I have also listed my sources, if in doubt please feel free to pursue them and get back to me. 'History is written by the Victors.' -Sir Winston Churchill. (1) History is never static but perpetually subject to fluctuation. Maybe then, what we call the past is nothing more than an adjective to catalog the notion of the commencement of an
  16. I recently researched some facets of Sikh history and here is what I have concluded. Please feel free to comment and criticize me. For the full article please see: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/dichotomy-and-de-evolution.html?view=magazine. I have also listed my sources, if in doubt please feel free to pursue them and get back to me. 'History is written by the Victors.' -Sir Winston Churchill. (1) History is never static but perpetually subject to fluctuation. Maybe then, what we call the past is nothing more than an adjective to catalog the notion of the commencement of an
  17. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh i was wondering if anyone can recommend me books on sikh history that are non bias and accurate. im particularly looking for books starting from banda singh bahadur and up until khalistan movement. Also the books must be in english too i just need names i plan on purchasing the books.
  18. http://www.mullocksauctions.co.uk/lot-661676-india_%E2%80%93_ranjit_singh&nbsp1805_%E2%80%93_rare_early_19th.html search for the rest One of the earliest accounts of Sikh warrior king Maharaja Ranjit Singh forms the centrepiece of an auction of rare historical documents in Britain next month. The account by Marquis of Wellesley, which dates back to 1805, is expected to fetch between 600 and 800 pounds when it goes under the hammer as part of a sale organised by Mullock's specialist auction house at Ludlow Racecourse in the West Midlands region on November 5. "This is one of earliest ac
  19. Hi everyone, I've made this website for learning some Sikh history trivia. The questions were created for use at the Sterling Heights Gurdwara (MI) Punjabi class. Here is the link: http://michigangurudwara.com/sikhhistoryquestions/ All the code is posted on Github here: https://github.com/gsingh93/sikhhistoryquestions So if you want to make your own clone of it with your own questions or you want to fix something in my version, go ahead and do it. Note that this will only work in modern browsers, and may not look good on mobile devices. Does the Tatkhalsa site still host open source proj
  20. Wahe Guru ji ka Khalsa Wahe Guru ji ki Fateh I have put up various sources of Sikh history on my site: www.gsmann.com It also includes many of my articles that i have written over the many years: including information from my MA in Sri Dasam Granth Sahib from 2001 and many articles that appeared in journals. Recently i have put up the following: 1) British and the Sikhs: the Akali Nihangs in 3 parts(more to come) 2) Rare document on the Treaty between the Lahore government and the British( Koh-i-noor and Duleep Singh) 3) A article on the history of Takht Patna Sahib from 2008. Forthcomi
  21. Ji this is my benti to all I recently came across this website which is spreading false information about Sikhi. I run a page on facebook on which I expose these types of myths perpetrated by the RSS and other Hindutva extremists. Can anyone please help me by refuting this person's arguments. I just want to know what actually happened in the incidents this person is talking about. After that I will put it up on y page. Your help will be greatly appreciated. This is the website I am talking about: http://skanda987.wordpress.com/2012/04/15/khalistani-classic-myths/
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