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Beware of this man, he equates reading Dasam Bani to sins committed by MASSA RANGAR! He is saying that if Massa Rangar and Bhai Sukha Singh and Bhai Mehtab Singh Ji were to have a conversation today he would ask why he is being punished when the sins he committed are being committed by the panth today e.g. sharaab, dance of kanjaria (ref. to Dasam Bani) etc

And indirectly suggests that those kirtaniye who recite the Bani of Dasam pita be punished as Bhai Sukha Singh Mehtab Singh punished Massa Rangar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhWij2Pdl9E&feature=related

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he is doing live katha at bangla sahib because delhi committee is controlled by dusht sarna

he is actually having negative impact on sikh kaum. we need to stop him some how. please suggest ways to do that

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That online bastion of quality journalism, panthic.org, has remained silent in it's commentary of Prof. Sarbjit Singh Dhunda.

Everyone knows that this unread missionary is 10 grade. Can you let sangat know how you write him as professor?

Have these rogues got any moral character so that they do not attach fake titles with their names. How can he preach

truth when he himself is not truthful.

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Sarabjit Singh Dunda is misleading the sangat. He talks of Sukha Singh Mehtab Singh, but if you read Sikh missionary collage's own book on Dasam Granth, "Dasam Granth Bare" they said that it was Sukha Singh and Mehtab Singh who insisted that all of the Dasam Granth be compiled into a single granth if their mission to punish Massa Rangar is successful, which means they supported Dasam Granth. And now Sarabjit Singh Dunda is contradicting Sikh missionary's own literature by using the name of Sukha Singh in his imaginary talk with Massa Rangar.

Secondly, he implies that Kirtanis do kirtan of Charitro Pakyan which is false. I have yet to see someone doing Kirtan of Charitro Pakyan. In fact I have never even seen anyone doing Katha of CP. Before these Kala Afghanis started their anti Dasam Granth parchar, hardly anyone used to read Dasam Granth. Even Dasam Granth believing Sikhs hardly ever read Dasam Granth, But after these heretics started their heretic parchar, they have actually made many Sikhs into hardcore Dasam Granth supporters.

While Sikh youth has largely become patits(hair cutters) these Bevakoofs are diverting the attention of the Sikhs from pressing issues that really effect the Panth. They have divided the Panth along pro Dasam Granth and Anti Dasam granth lines when the entire Panth should focus their combined energy on doing Parchar to the youth who are increasingly going away from Sikh Dharm by cutting hairs, doing drugs.

There was a time when Sikh missionaries were not that bad. Their parcharaks and Kathakars were actually quite good. Originally they were largely influenced by Prof Sahib Singh and the Singh Sabha movement. But since the rise of the Kala Afghani movement, they have moved away from their original Singh Sabha/Sahib Singh school of thought and have now been very highly influenced by the Kala Afghanis. The influence of the Kala Afghanist mindset has been so great that now you can hardly distinguish between a Kala Afghani and a Sikh missionary.

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Good post by johny101 ji.

CHARITROPAKHAYAN is a compilation of stories that existed earlier in modified form to impart moral lesson.

Primary object is to learn moral lesson and plot of story is secondary.

There are beautiful verses from charitropakhayan that are read in Gurudwara diwans. Following is from charitropakhayan

http://ww.smashits.com/baani-sri-guru-gobind-singh-ji-jogi-jatti-brahmchari-part-1-and-2/sudh-jab-te-hum-thri/song-215011.html

ਸੁਧਿ ਜਬ ਤੇ ਹਮ ਧਰੀ ਬਚਨ ਗੁਰ ਦਏ ਹਮਾਰੇ ॥ ਪੂਤ ਇਹੈ ਪ੍ਰਨ ਤੋਹਿ ਪ੍ਰਾਨ ਜਬ ਲਗ ਘਟ ਥਾਰੇ ॥ ਨਿਜ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਸਾਥ ਨੇਹੁ ਤੁਮ ਨਿਤ ਬਢੈਯਹੁ ॥ ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੀ ਸੇਜ ਭੂਲਿ ਸੁਪਨੇ ਹੂੰ ਨ ਜੈਯਹੁ ॥੫੧॥

ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਭਜੇ ਸਹਸ ਬਾਸਵ ਭਗ ਪਾਏ ॥ ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਭਜੇ ਚੰਦ੍ਰ ਕਾਲੰਕ ਲਗਾਏ ॥ ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਹੇਤ ਸੀਸ ਦਸ ਸੀਸ ਗਵਾਯੋ ॥ ਹੋ ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਹੇਤ ਕਟਕ ਕਵਰਨ ਕੌ ਘਾਯੋ ॥੫੨॥

ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਸੌ ਨੇਹੁ ਛੁਰੀ ਪੈਨੀ ਕਰਿ ਜਾਨਹੁ ॥ ਪਰ ਨਾਰੀ ਕੇ ਭਜੇ ਕਾਲ ਬ੍ਯਾਪਯੋ ਤਨ ਮਾਨਹੁ ॥ ਅਧਿਕ ਹਰੀਫੀ ਜਾਨਿ ਭੋਗ ਪਰ ਤ੍ਰਿਯ ਜੋ ਕਰਹੀ ॥ ਹੋ ਅੰਤ ਸ੍ਵਾਨ ਕੀ ਮ੍ਰਿਤੁ ਹਾਥ ਲੇਂਡੀ ਕੇ ਮਰਹੀ ॥੫੩॥

Charitropakhayan, dasam granth sahib

Chaupai sahib is from Charitropakhayan.

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Everyone knows that this unread missionary is 10 grade. Can you let sangat know how you write him as professor?

I got it from a google search...I put in Sarbjit Singh Dhunda.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=Sarbjit+Singh+Dhunda&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&redir_esc=&ei=N2KJTry9PIO20QWt2dDoDw

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