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  1. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. I recently purchased this Sri Sahib from India and have removed all it's packaging. I have a few questions regarding it's care. 1.) I have been oiling the blade with coconut oil once a month but because the bade is curved and circular (in width) how would I retain it's keenness? How can I sharpen it on a whetting stone? 2.) What do I polish the handle with? 3.) The bottom of the sheath is metal as well, how do I stop it from blackening and dulling; how do I keep it clean and polished? 4.) The sheath is similar to leather but
  2. Bhramastra is an older version of nuclear weapon. Atom bombs is the discovery of science.But it would be strange to know that such weapons with dangerous results is not new on this planet earth.It was already present though in some other form.Bhramastra has been used many times by rama in ramayan . Raghupati raaghav ram proposed to use this weapon in indian ocean to make way to sri lanka but varuna (god of water ) appeared and told rama its deadly effects if used on water so rama directed it towards purva disha where lies todays Rajasthan (thar desert ) .This weapon caused the land to becom
  3. Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh, Does anyone know the history behind Jamdhaar Karas? When were they first produced? Were they in use prior to 1469? Is their a specific rehat regarding them? Are they widely available or are they simply custom made? Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  4. Hello, I was hoping to gain some insight into a stamp marks that can be found on throwing chakrams. Below is a chakram stamped 3 times with a three prong stamp. I was told that the symbol was the "Sikh tree symbol" by a non Sikh. I am unfamiliar with the "Sikh tree" symbol. Was I told incorrectly? If I was, what does it mean? Personally, I believe that it might be a Aad Chand, as this symbol was associated with the nihang which commonly used chakrams. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated for my research. I know tridents are associated with Hindus, but is there any association with
  5. To begin: Why do I post stuff like this: Most are scared not of 'death' but of a 'charge' for which they do 'time' knowing 'law I know with god's will I can always beat the charge; the only alternative is to kill me, which is w.e To start The facts: 1. System exists with our consent. 2. The system is based on a lie. 3. A lie always has some truth in it 4. A lie cannot ever win against the truth 5. A truth is a more efficient and stronger version of a lie (read on this is an edit in ref. to a point about system can't fight itself and a point later on at end of situation section). Preamb
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