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There was 3 days Kirtan Darbar on the Occasion of Parkash Purab of Sri Guru Gobind singh ji Maharajlive telecasted on Chardikala TV.

Lot of Mahan Shakisheeatsand Sant Mahapurshs attended this Darbar. Bhai Gurbachan singh ji(Jathedar Shri Harimandirsahib), Bhai Iqbal singh ji(jathdar Sri Patna sahib), Santkashmir singh ji Bhooriwale, Sant Yoga singhji, Sant Baba Harnaam singh ji(Damdami Taksal), Sant Satnam singhji(Neeldhari) and few more sants(whose names i cannot remember) and lotof sangat from foreign countries attended this Kirtan darbar.

There was Sant Samagam also where Sant Mahapursh shared their Anmol Bachans with Sangat.

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Giani Iqbal singh ji did not say anything like that. i heard the programme and iqbal singh seems to have a lot of knowledge.

All was being said that Guru sahib's 350th birthday falls in 2016 and there will be massive celebration for that. Missionary elements

and darshan ragi's website distorts this and present in their false version.

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damn missionaries and their followers, that would be a good way to discredit and bring down the jathedar...the news articles which said that also brought up how jathedar sahib brought ghagga and slanders of dasam granth to exposure.... the followers of missionaries like dal khalsa uk slandering him to bring down followers of baani and those that speak about it, seems like it if thats the case

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I cannot forgive the Jathedar of Akal Takht sahib honouring badal with faker-e-kaum, especially after Badal parwar and his party hounoured the dusht Advani. Also the continued support of the Akal Takht Jathedar and Badal from Sant Samaj is unbelievable. Sant Jarnail Singh ji would definetely have admonished the Jathedar and Badal.



Here is Iqbal Singh and Akal Takht Jathedar standing side by side with Badal. Its unbelievable that these so called leaders are still receiving support from the sangat.

We seem to be quick to forget. It was Badal who honoured Advani in November yet Sant Samaj, Takht Jathedars stayed silent. Then they went as far as honouring him with pride-of-the-panth award. While Advani had bullet proof bus our own Singh's were being beaten by the police!


How can Jathedars and Sant Samaj support Badal after this!

Satguru Mehar Karan!

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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I happened to watch the programme of patna sahib telecast live on 7 TV. It was a great gathering

with sangat in diwan even at late night. Lot of Dasam bani especially from Bachitra natak was read.

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GPS, Which is this 7 TV? On which SKY channel it comes in UK?

Jassinghkhalsa ji

The channel is 7 SEA. It is a channel on Indian TV and i am not aware if it is available in UK.

There is live telecast of patna sahib programme morning and evening each day on this channel.

Here is the link


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This man is best friend of Darshan Ragi and darshan ragi stays

at his house. he claims to represent dal khalsa that is always anti

akal takhat and pro congress. So do not believe what he is saying as

it is a propaganda video.

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the current dal khalsa is a corrupt and phony organisation....its leaders are openly supporting those who are excommunicated from the panth....in a picture taken yesterday kanwarpal bittu was seen meeting darshan lal in amritsar...

such organisations that serve no good for the panth should be shunned....

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