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something ive always wondered...

ive read many times that sache patshah sahib sri guru gobind singh ji maharaj proclaimed that a gurughar must not be built where he would end his pyysical time on this earth.... on this basis why was sachkhand sahib built here? I also read Maharaj said who ever builds a gurughar there, their family linage will die out... and raja ranjit singh instructed the gurughar to be built so on this basis , all his family lineage perished.

please do not respond to this using any reference from niddarz book.

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I have no idea, this is an interesting question and where did you hear this from? I would love to hear more about this.

It might have something to do with the dograys. A lot of bad stuff went on during Maharaja Ranjit Singh's time because of the dogray. They turned Maharaja Ranjit Singh against his own family and Sikhs who had nothing but the Khalsa at heart.


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if satguru sahib didnt want a gurughar at this place, how did it become a thakat sahib?

dont get me wrong... i have the nuff respect for baba hazoori singh ji baba kulwant singh ji and all hazoori singhs and the maryada of sachkhand sri hazoor sahib.

I don't think any of us here have the answer.

Suggestion to you is why don't you ask Baba Kulwant Singh Ji?

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Hazur Sahib Maryada is the puratuan traditional maryada kept intact since the time of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. It's a very good thing Hazur Sahib remains outside punjab and the corrupt influences of the SGPC.

These modern day no-gooders with a lack of undertanding about Sikh history following a SPGC British inspired version of Sikhi specifically designed to de-militarise and weaken the soldier spirtit of the Sikhs are the only ones making all the noise and allegations about Hazur Sahib.

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