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akasi singh you took amrit from the panj pyarey they have no jatha. the bhatta doesnt have a jatha name on it. naam and bani kirpa infused into you doesnt have a jatha attachment to it either.

how would the jatha you associate with have more honesty than anybody else?

singh ji my reasons for asking are not for provoking you or creating a fuss im trying to make sense of what your trying to say.

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Waheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo Jee Kee Fateh!!

I think moderators are doing a great job by managing the cybersangat.In this internet age its great to have places such as this where sikh youth can talk about their queries and doubts and can share many things.Especially for thos of us are not surrounded by sangat ,they can find like minded friends here.

Obviously managing such a place is difficult for moderators.this is true for any discussion forum.I remember some people here condemn some other sikh discussion sites very quickly regarding their moderation but i think its very easy to criticise but difficult to actually see how much time and energy they are spending to get things going.Noone is perfect and so is with moderators but that doesnt mean we should just start shouting at them.We dont know how many people might be benefitting in how many ways from here.if we disagree with something we may suggest things to moderators or we may not participate in a particular thread but just spreading a wrong word serves no purpose.

About jathas,well we shouldnt just make fun of anyone .Better would be to look how far we are from being sikhs even though we call ourselves sikh.As far as different jathas are concerned ,at least we know that we are all Gurus sikhs and therefore a family and would we say bad things to our brothers or sisters??

We as sikh youth are an important part of the panth,and also this is the time when if we take right direction in life we can lead a worthy life and what life can be better than life as a sikh,a Gursikh??

Lets pull each other up not down!!


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Akasi Singh jee

Ui've read a few posts by you which are Superb

and I request you to not leave Sikhsangat

As for the original post

AS I havn't had too much time I havn't popped over tha thread yet


I'd suincerely lik eot say that this is a SUPERB PLACe

and Sevadars are doing a GREAT JOB To unify everyone on one platform :umm:

thanks a LOT Sevadars

bhull chukk maaf

GurFAteh ^_^

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