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I know this may sound like a stupid question but what is the difference between Sarbloh Kara & just a steel Kara?

Basically what is Sarbloh?

sorry for acting so dumb, but I seriously don't know what it means.

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What exactly is Sarbloh ??

In some places it is written 'Cast Iron' and in some other places it is written 'All Steel'.

Most likely Sarbloh is 'unalloyed Steel' because usually Steel is an alloy of Iron and some other metal which makes it more malleable.

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all along I thought i had a Sarabloh Kara, and guess what no.gif It is coated with something (may be nickel) but not steel coz i cant smell Iron any more !! I WANT SARBLOH jeez they cheated me , they said it was Sarbloh and at first it did smell like Loha. I think i might have to start an alloy tester grin.gif

where do I get Proper Sarbloh ? grin.gif

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all along I thought i had a Sarabloh Kara, and guess what  no.gif   It is coated with something (may be nickel) but not steel  coz i cant smell Iron any more !! I WANT SARBLOH jeez they cheated me , they said it was Sarbloh and at first it did smell like Loha. I think i might have to start an alloy tester  grin.gif

where do I get Proper Sarbloh ?  grin.gif

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w8.. if its steel how can u smell iron wacko.gif

anywhooo yeh well maybe its rusted. i had the sam prob, until i rubbed it with sand paper, problem solved :)

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waheguroo ji ka khalsa waheguroo ji ki fateh..i would ask sanagt for some proper answer for my questions:

1)my nana said sarbloh is pekhend?

2)he said there is no diffrent between sarbloh n steel

3)he said there is no use sitting pangat cause last time there were no chair n table?

4)he said whts the use of sarbloh karey if ur mind isnt pure?

5)some one told him to take amrit back but he said whts the use he didnt break it ?

so im really confuse i need an artice y is sarbloh important ..wht to answer when ppl ask me this question..plz do help this morakh

waheguroo ji ka khalsa waheguroo ji ki fateh!

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waheguroo ji ka khalsa waheguroo ji ki fateh..i would ask sanagt for some proper answer for my questions:

1)my nana said sarbloh is pekhend?

2)he said there is no diffrent between sarbloh n steel

3)he said there is no use sitting pangat cause last time there were no chair n table?

4)he said whts the use of sarbloh karey if ur mind isnt pure?

5)some one told him to take amrit back but he said whts the use he didnt break it ?

so im really confuse i need an artice y is sarbloh important ..wht to answer when ppl ask me this question..plz do help this morakh

waheguroo ji ka khalsa waheguroo ji ki fateh!

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Parji, Hope you give me permission to answer your nana ji :)

1) hmm We have our views :doh: Geuss that means vitamins are pakhand as well, since it's also good for our health

2)I'm not sure

3) There WERE chairs and tables. Neither me, nor have your nana lived during that time, so no-one can judge that fact. Throne is a chair! It seems kinda weird saying chairs and tables were invented recently wacko.gif .

Btw, its Guru ji's Hukam, to sit in Pangat, which is why even the Kings during the times had to sit in the Pangat.

If I produce another argument the same way he did, I can say "we dont need to keep hair, since there weren;t any razors/shavers at Guru Ji's times". Hope you understand :doh:

4) Sarabloh is good for your health. Purity of mind WILL reflect into purity of body. Your nana ji is correct, but that doesn't mean stop being healthy becuase your mind is not pure.

5) Don't get it, does he say taht he doesn;t need to take amrit because he is keepign rehit? If so, look at it this way. If a student is in School, and receves a qualification, he can get a job. If a student, same age, same books, doesnt join the school.. EVEN THOUGH he does the same work, he will not get the official qualification .. therefore wont get a job!!!

Same with Amrit

And Yeah, its yet another Hukam Of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, so let us not test it :TH:

Hope i helpd

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