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Some may approve or disapprove of these photos. You may wish to make your views known but i thought i would share a number of photos with you that i have.

The following photo is of Baba Kuldeep Singh Ji of Hazoor Sahib who have the upkeep of the Shasters at the Takhat

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Bhai Balbir Singh Ji being honoured by the prime minister of India Bhai Manmohan Singh Ji

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Bhai Balbir Singh Ji being honoured by the president of India

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The Mandir which the Lord turned to face Bhagat Namdev

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Sant Sukha Singh Karnal Walae, Sant Davinder Singh Shahabpur Walae and Swami Parmanand Ji 'Giri'

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Sant Sukha Singh Karnal Walae, Sant Davinder Singh Shahabpur Walae and Swami Parmanand Ji 'Giri' in the blooming fields of Shahabpur, Taran Taaran

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Sant Sukha Singh Karnal Walae and Swami Parmanand 'Giri' at a samagam with a number of Swami Ji's followers in the background

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Sant Dalel Singh Ji Viakirt

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A list of personalities in this photo. Giani Hardeep Singh Ji Hazoor Sahib Walae, Swami Parmanand 'Giri', Sant Hari Singh Ji Randhawae Walae, Sant Avtar Singh Ji Badni Kalan Walae, Bhai Balbir Singh Ji Damdami Taksal, Bhai Resham Singh Ji Damdami Taksal

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VERY VERY RARE - Sant Jagjit Singh Ji Harkhowalae standing with Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindrawalae

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Sant Ram Singh Ji Nanaksar Walae and Swami Parmanand Ji 'Giri'

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Sant Sukha Singh Ji Karnal Walae

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Swami Parmanand Ji 'Giri' at a younger age

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Swami Parmanand Ji 'Giri' and Sant Sukha Singh Ji Karnal Walae

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Sant Dalel Singh Ji Viakirt sitting in a boat

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Hope you have enjoyed these

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my damily follows baba dalel singh ji's teachings and these pictures have never been seen :s

Waheguroo ji ka khalsa, waheguroo ji ki fateh

Follow the Gurus teachings, that way we cant go wrong. Look how many followed that Baba Maan Singh, if those people had followed the Gurus teachings and not people, then the panth will be in a better state. Enough followed the Baba Ranjit Singh even he made mistakes. Dont forget the guru is the only perfect one. These Babeh arnt to be blamed but it is us who pamp them up. Let them do there abhiyaas and now lets do ours, lets follow our gurus teachings.

I know you probably didnt mean to writen the above quote, but its something that I thought needs to be realised becuase a lot of people are falling in to that trap. Remember guru is perfect and we need to get inspired by following his hukam.

Sorry if anything said has hurt any one.

Great Pictures, love the one of Baba Dalel Singh. Ive actually had darshan of this GurSikh, beautiful. still remember that day!

Waheguroo ji ka khalsa, waheguroo ji ki fateh

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More photos, this time from Sant Dalel Singh Ji Viakirt's Barsi which took place in November 2007

First of all Sri Maan Sant Gyandev Ji the head of the Nirmala Samparda, great vidvaan doing katha on the day of the barsi.

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Some Photos of Sant Dalel Singh Ji Viakirt

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Some unknown Nirmala Sants doing Katha and Updesh Keertan

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The sea of orange. Sadhus from Nirmala and Udasi Samparda listening to the Updesh and Guru Granth Sahib Ji da Akhand Paath

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It is commonly known that Sant Dalel Singh Ji learned alot of Vidiya from Sant Harnam Singh Ji Jian Walae bu tthis is the photo of the Viakirt Sant whose place Sant Dalel Singh Ji was placed in to impart knowledge to the public

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The Sadhu who took over from Sant Dalel SIngh Ji

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A Sea of Orange on the day of the Akhand Paath Bhog

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The Sri Maans of the Nirmala and Udasi Samparda with garlands of flowers around their necks

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Sri Maan Pandit Sant Gyan Dev ji meeting the sangat outside the dharamsaal then leading the nagar keertan to the samagam outside in the fields due to the large gathering

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Unknown Nirmala and Udasi Sadhus doing some great katha at the barsi of the mehima of Gur Granth Sahib Ji and stories about Sant Dalel Singh Ji

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I believe this is Sant Teja Singh Ji from the Panchaita Akhara in Patiala

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The Sri Maan Sant from the Udasi Samparda doing Katha. Very good i must say

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Singh Sahib and Vedanti doing Katha

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Lastly again Sri Maan Mahant Gyandev Ji doing Katha

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