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Sat Sri Akal:

My ignorance khalistani Ji:

barahman kailee ghaat kanjkaa anchaaree kaa Dhaan.

If a Brahmin kills a cow or a female infant, and accepts the offerings of an evil person,

fitak fitkaa korh badee-aa sadaa sadaa abhimaan.

he is cursed with the leprosy of curses and criticism; he is forever and ever filled with egotistical pride.

Refers directly to the Rehat of a Brahmin though, no?

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1. Tobacco users

People who smoke or use any form of tobacco (or drugs) are not to be associated with.

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d) Eating from a person who has no moral discipline. Anyone who commits any of these has committed thousands of sins and this egotistical individual will be reprimanded thousands of times."

(SGGSJ Ang 1413)

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4. Those that cut some of their hair from their head

5. Those who completely shave all their hair from their face and head

Although all of the above make sense, how do we actually follow this in reality??

I come accross smokers at work all the time, most of my colleagues smoke. All cut their hair as do many of my close relatives. Should a GurSikh cut themselves off from these people altogether because in reality these people probably make up 95% of the world population. There's no escaping people in these categories, unless we are fortunate to live and work in a complete Khalsa environment.

Just always wondered this when reading various Rehatnamas.

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Although all of the above make sense, how do we actually follow this in reality??

I come accross smokers at work all the time, most of my colleagues smoke. All cut their hair as do many of my close relatives. Should a GurSikh cut themselves off from these people altogether because in reality these people probably make up 95% of the world population. There's no escaping people in these categories, unless we are fortunate to live and work in a complete Khalsa environment.

Just always wondered this when reading various Rehatnamas.

I agree with you.. I m start a new thread in the general section topic related to this one...

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Waheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo Jee Kee Fateh!!

what iffffffffffffff the cow is half black and half white....then what??? :T:

then you're allowed to slaughter it because its not all black ;)tongue.gif

sorrry

pardon my ignorants :(

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I dont think numbers 4 and 5 are correct khalistani veer jee. I am sure that 5 is patit, one who was amritdhari but committed a bujjar kurait or has been removed from the panth by Akal Takht Sahib.

Perhaps the translation is off? or maybe my memory is bad.

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