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The warped psycho Harjinder Dilgeer is upto his old tricks again. Recently on Facebook he stated that "dash granthis should not use the name of Baba Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in support of Dasamgranth, otherwise people will finding more and more about his mistakes." He has also spoke out against the rescue mission currently happening at Gurdwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib, describing Sri Hemkunt Sahib the invention of RSS. Even now he is trying to spew his distorted Sikh history via articles on Wikipedia which is used by Sikhs and Non-Sikhs all over the world. Dilgeer recently edited the page on Guru Arjan Dev ji Maharaj and wrote: How Was the Guru Martyred? According to Dr Harjinder Singh Dilgeer (National Professor of Sikh History):When Guru Arjan appeared in the court of Jahangir, the latter himself issued orders for the execution of the Guru; the task of execution was assigned to Chandu (a courtier of Lahore Darbar). Guru was tied with a rope and taken to the burning sand pits on the bank of Raavi River and also poured red hot sand on his body. Chandu monitored torturing of the Guru for three days and on the 30th of May, when Guru's body was badly burnt; it was thrown into the river." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guru_Arjan Dilgeer invents his own version of Guru Arjan Dev ji's Shaheedi and does not describe the actual events such as "Guru Sahib was tied to a tree which had all its branches cut off so there was no shade. They then had sand poured over their feet and were kept in a open courtyard in the blistering heat all day long without any food or water to drink. This went on for a few days. The order was then given that Guru Arjan Dev ji were to be seated on a hot iron plate whilst boiling sand would be poured over them. Maharaj after this torture, were allowed to bathe in the River Raavi which flowed on the outskirts of the city of Lahore. Here Guru Arjan Dev ji immersed into the cool waves of the river and journeyed to their heavenly abode… Dilgeer also writes on the page of Damdami Taksal that: Damdami Taksal asserts to be over 300 years old and names Guru Gobind Singh as its founder. However, some independent scholars, such as Harjot Oberoi, assert that there is no firm evidence to support this claim. According to Dr Harjinder Singh Dilgeer (Sikh Twareekh, vols 2 and 5) the term Damdami Taksal never existed before 1977. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damdami_Taksal Pages such as Baba Ajit Singh ji (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sahibzada_Ajit_Singh) is also full of incorrect information regarding the age differences between the Sahibzade and the issue of marriage of Baba Ajit Singh ji. This page again is using Dilgeers books as references. His own page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harjinder_Singh_Dilgeer) claims he is the National Professor of Sikhism and was also awarded the Koh-i-noor award by the Sangat but does not once mention how his book Sikh Tavareekh was banned by Sri Akal Takhat Sahib and the Sangat of UK & Europe. Benti to sangat, please help edit and change the wrong parchaar done by Dilgeer on Wikipedia and other sites.
http://www.<banned>.com/?p=3818 These Missionary/Kala Afghana/Guru Granth Da Khalsa Panth people need to stop being so anti Hindu. They are so anti-hindu that they stretch things so far and bend over backwards so much that it's like a comedy show going on. They need to get a checkup on their mental health. Don't they know that milk represents many different things? Milk represents purity and cleanliness. Milk comes from cows, which are peaceful animals for the most part. Milk is viewed as a valuable product, especially in India where poverty is almost everywhere. Especially in the olden days, I'm pretty sure it wasn't available to everyone. Milk is a sign of royalty/special treatment. Milk is also used to bathe. Egyptian queens bathed in milk for example. Some woman do so to this day as well once in a while. Some woman wash their face with milk daily. etc, etc, etc. The Darbar Sahib floors are marble if I am not mistaken. Some people say use milk to clean marble, some say don't. Some say milk is acidic, some say it's not. Here is some quick links I pulled up: http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load/kitchbath/msg042321386750.html http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/c/cleaning-marble/ http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=34813 http://www.designsponge.com/2013/01/before-after-cleaning-and-restoring-marble.html http://chemistry.about.com/od/foodchemistryfaqs/a/Is-Milk-An-Acid-Or-A-Base.htm For people who claim to want to stay as far away as possible to Charitropakhiaan, I can understand from analyzing their mentality why they would want to stay away from it. Like come on guys... it's milk. Can't you think of anything else other than Shiv Ji's semen? They can't even logically think about milk. No wonder they can't even read Charitropakhiaan with a straight mind.