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its funny how everyone trust "amritpal's" site to be 100% correct.. why not do ur own research instead of reading what others write? try asking knowledgable GURSIKHS who do enough simran to know these things

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Just as funny as people who think that so and so "chardi kala" -"LOOKING" Singh with massive dumalla and Sri Sahib is automatically correct or indeed that their Baba, Bhai Sahib and others are right, even if they do descend from dubious characters like Babu Taja Singh Bhasauria - many of these types of characters, just like Sanatanis, can be found plastered over the net spreading their brand of Sikhi.

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Yeah niranjana,

dubious characters like Bhai Kanh Singh Nabha, Sant Attar Singh Mastuana, and many others.

But I'm sure you would prefer the Vahiria school of thought which would restrict the so-called low caste Sikhs from access to Darbar Sahib at certain hours and would give the "kirpan amrit" to only women who have sons.

To each their own I suppose.

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"Just as funny as people who think that so and so "chardi kala" -"LOOKING" Singh with massive dumalla and Sri Sahib is automatically correct or indeed that their Baba"

You're a funny guy because no one even mentioned that, and you judged the last post, i dont know what that has to do with anything... Chardi kala gursikhs are measured by their bhagti, their bani, their avastha, the vibes you feel from them, their seva, humility, and their whole demeanour, it has nothing to do with the outside and I think you're wrong to blame other people for labelling "chardi kala" as someone with external rehat -- when you don't even know the people you are judging. It is not about that. It is about knowing who real Sants are (i.e. Bhai Randhir Singh or Baba Thakur Singh) and realizing how much Gurbani they read and how humble or great they were, and then how with certain issues, it is good to look upon their lives and see how they lived, because it is most probably right

Left that anyways

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