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I'm not sure how often the site is checked by college authorities so there is a chance that they are not aware of this. I don't have their contact information but if someone can provide it, I would be more than happy to contact them directly and let them know of this.

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They are not sikh missionaries as they want to erase everything connected with sikhi.

Now they have joined their isalimic brothers to destroy sikhi. Good riddance as innocent

sikhs will not be misled by their subtle propaganda.

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They are not sikh missionaries as they want to erase everything connected with sikhi.

Now they have joined their isalimic brothers to destroy sikhi. Good riddance as innocent

sikhs will not be misled by their subtle propaganda.

Even i think so, because a website is not that easy to hack!!

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This is the same missionary college that was in the news recently for selling gutkas of japji sahib as waste paper for making envelops for putting grocery items. See below

http://sikhsindia.bl...missionary.html

जपुजी साहब के गुटकों से बनाए जा रहे लिफाफे

Jul 29, 02:05 am

बताएं

दविंदर सिंह, जालंधर : जपुजी साहिब व रहरास साहिब के जिन गुटकों को सिख धर्म में पूजा जाता है, उन्हीं गुटकों का कुछ लोग अनादर कर रहे हैं। इन गुटकों के कागज के लिफाफे बनाए जा रहे हैं, जिनमें राशन सामग्री बेची जा रही है।

'दैनिक जागरण' को ऐसे सैकड़ों लिफाफे मिले, जिन पर जपुजी साहिब व रहरास साहिब का पाठ छपा हुआ है। देखने से यह स्पष्ट हो रहा है कि ये वेस्ट पेपर हैं, लेकिन सिख धर्म के अनुसार, वेस्ट पेपर का भी पूरी मर्यादा के अनुसार गोइंदवाल साहिब गुरुद्वारे में संस्कार किया जाता है।

बाजार में इन दिनों कागज के ऐसे लिफाफे आए हुए हैं, जिन पर जपुजी साहब व रहरास का पाठ छपा है। जानकारी के अनुसार, श्री अकाल तख्त साहिब जिस व्यक्ति को इजाजत देता है, वही गुरबाणी व उससे जुड़ी सामग्री छाप सकता है। बाजार में मौजूद लिफाफों पर सिख मिशनरी कालेज, लुधियाना का नाम अंकित है और प्रिंटिंग प्रेस के रूप में न्यू वर्मा प्रिंटिंग प्रेस, जालंधर अंकित है। निश्चित रूप से कहीं न कहीं लापरवाही बरती गई है।

सिख मिशनरी कालेज, लुधियाना के चेयरमैन हरभजन सिंह ने कहा कि वह इस मामले की जांच कराएंगे। जिस स्तर पर भी यह गलती हुई है, उसके विरुद्ध कार्रवाई की जाएगी।

सिख मिशनरी कालेज, जालंधर के मुखिया हरजीत सिंह ने संपर्क करने पर कहा कि ऐसा हो ही नहीं सकता, क्योंकि इसमें पूरी एहतियात बरती जाती है। प्रिंटिंग के दौरान बाणी का पूरा सत्कार किया जाता है। जब हरजीत सिंह को लिफाफे दिखाए गए तो उन्होंने इसे खासी गंभीरता से लेते हुए इसकी सूचना न सिर्फ पुलिस को दी, बल्कि पूरी जांच कराने का आश्वासन भी दिया।

जालंधर जिला शिरोमणि अकाली दल के प्रधान गुरचरण सिंह चन्नी ने कहा, अगर बाणी के साथ खिलवाड़ हो रहा है तो यह गंभीर बात है। वह इस मामले को श्री अकाल तख्त पर लेकर जाएंगे।

ध्यान रहे कि गुरु ग्रंथ साहिब अथवा गुटके छपवाने का अधिकार श्री अकाल तख्त साहिब के पास ही है। श्री अकाल तख्त की तरफ से इन गुटकों व गुरु ग्रंथ साहिब की शुद्धता व मर्यादा का ध्यान रखकर किसी को भी धार्मिक सामग्री छपवाने की आज्ञा नहीं दी गई है। इस आज्ञा के बिना ही कई कंपनियां ग्रंथों के प्रकाशन को अपना व्यवसाय बना चुकी हैं। इसी कारण कई बार गुरु ग्रंथ साहिब के प्रकाशन को लेकर विवाद उठ चुका है।

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Please forward to all sikh organizations and SGPC.

And translation by Prabhjot singh of above

Waheguru, this is so sad!! Damn missionaries at it again! mad.gif

Heres a quick translation for those who cannot read devnagri script:

The Gutkas of Japji Sahib and Rehraas Sahib, which are revered in Sikh faith, are being disrespected by some people. They are making paper-bags for carrying groceries from paper of these Gutkas.

'Dainik Jagran' found hundreds of such paper-bags that had the paath of Japji Sahib printed on them. While it is evident it is printer waste, according to Sikh religion, even this waste paper is cremated with full rites at Goindwal Sahib Gurdwara.

There are many such papers like this in the market, which have Japji sahib and Rehraas Sahib paath printed on them. According to the information received, only those with permission from Sri Akal Takhat Sahib can print Gurbani related material. These paperbags in the market have got 'Sikh Missionary College, Ludhiana' and 'New Verma Printing Press, Jalandhar' imprinted on them. It is evident that gross negligence has been made at some point.

Harbhajan Singh, the Chairman of Sikh missionary college, Ludhiana said he will order an investigation in this matter. Action will be taken against those who are responsible for this mistake.

Upon contact, Harbhajan Singh, the Chairman of Sikh missionary college, Ludhiana said that it is simply not possible as proper care is taken in the process. That, Bani is given full respect is given while printing. But when the paper bags were shown to him, he informed the police and gave assurance of full investigation into the matter.

Gurcharan Singh Channi, the leader of Siromani Akal Dad Jalandhar area said if the reports are true then it is a matter of grave concern indeed. He said he will take this matter to Sri Akal Takhat.

It is worth mentioning again that only Sri Akal Takhat Sahib has the sole rights to print Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Saroops and Gutkas. Keeping in mind the purity and marayada associated with the process, nobody else has been given the permissino to print these Gutkas and Saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Despite this, some companies are actively engaged in business of publishing these Granths. This controversy has also arisen in the past because of this.

Sikh Missionary College, Ludhiana

Kucha No 14

Field Gunj

Ludhiana -141008

Phone: 00911616451305, 00911615021815

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