Have you heard the audio recording of makhu and neki about Sri Dasme Patshahs Granth Sahib?
Because they are part of the Sikh Missionary College, which is where the term comes from. Like how people how studied in taksals are called taksalis.
Flip me. That's grim.
My mum told me that, when she was very young, someone in Punjab fed her family's dog something which had needles and glass in it. My grandfather brought the puppy over from what eventually became Pakistan after partition. It was very old in dog-years at the time of death but it died unnecessarily.
Some good news from the protests for a change. The statue of that arch racist M K Gandhi has been vandalised with graffiti of 'Rapist' and 'Racist' so someone among the protesters has read up on the real Gandhi.
It's not a coincidence. Even when you do naam simran its waheguru who is getting you to do naam simran. Bani says without wahegurus Kirpa one does not remember god. It's only by wahegurus Kirpa that we remember him. So even when we do naam simran it is waheguru getting us to do it, that is a communication in itself. Should thank waheguru after it for having kirpa on us and getting us to remember him.
My friend's brother is a producer of punjabi films.
I met him yesterday.He laughed that hindu punjabi girls who never spoke punjabi in their life now contact him almost daily just to get a small or big role in a movie.
Funny thing is they tell the producer that that they r learning both urban as well as rural/Desi punjabi and can play the role of pind di kurri as well.
There is no doubt that punjabi cinema is promoting punjabi language big time.