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He used to recite one

Benati Chaupai prayer over and above his personal schedule of prayers

(Nitnem) for the betterment and upliftment of the Khalsa panth. Baba

Ji would encourage others to recite an extra prayer for the panth too.

He often told us that the “Immediate future is terrifying and destructive

for the panth.” On many occasions, he did hard penance over forty

days, when he would recite Gurbani constantly, for the protection of the

Khalsa panth. During this tenure, he would talk very sparingly and involve

himself completely in Gurbani, whilst living in his small hut.

^^from Se Kinehiya the biography of Sant Harnaam Singh Ji

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I don't recall anybody organising a massive prayer syndicate when the panth has been in real dire peril in the past. Maybe the problem being it's the right kind of Sikhs who are the biggest threat to Sikhi today, I can't see any amount of prayers changing that. At times it's commonsense to apply commonsense before asking for divine intervention.

if u wana do the parth do it, if not please do not post irrelevant stuff on this site.

those who have sharda in mahraaj believe satgur is capable of doing anything, everything is within his will, doing parth is our only saviour.

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Good response by the sangat so far, we now have around 90,000 paaths done.

But we need to work harder! We need to let more people know about what we are trying to do. We all have hundreds of people in our friend networks, please can we contact ALL of them about this panthic seva. By not asking them, in one way we are making the assumption that they would not want to/ may not be able to do something for the panth. Lets at least give people the option of doing something.

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