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well there must be a version or translation which is accepted by all as "THE" one?

you're right,I believe I asked another member.

Aad Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Sri Dasam Granth Ji & Sri Sarbloh Granth Sahib Ji, don't ask me, this is what I have read on a "Snatan Sikh" website.

http://www.sarbloh.i...urbar_menu.html

never said I was a scholar. you seriously need to learn how to read properly.

this is a sikh forum,not a christian one. for the record,i never said I was a expert, I merely voiced my opinion that christianity has been hijacked, since christ (thats if he existed) died.

you on the other hand, claimed to "love history", so I will leave the enlightening to you. you want me to put a smily face here?

nope, only SatGuru is my friend.

so you can tell I am angry from reading my replies....interesting.

Wow man, can you please relax? I don't appreciate your tone.

Depends on who you ask. There is no translation that is considered ''THE ONE". They are all pretty similar, but small differences.

You never asked anyone to site any English translation of Guru Granth Sahib. Why don't you tell us which translation you have read? Since you originally said that you disagree with it, and tried emailing the people behind it. Lol...

You are wandering on Sanatan Sikh websites. There is your problem. Sanatan, as in Sanatana Dharma. They consider Sikhi to be just another branch of Hinduism.

I provided an example of the Romans converting to Christianity, to highlight how we as Sikhs have to spread our faith if we want to end this cycle of persecution. You responded by saying that this is a bad example because the Romans hijacked Christianity for selfish purposes. You told me to go read history. That must mean you know something that I don't, right? Or was that just a front?

Lol...too lazy to even google. That means you don't care about the truth. You came here for some other purpose, whatever that may be.

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When would be khalsa raj,, and when would sant harnam singh return bhucho wale

What is this about Guru Gobind Singh Ji coming back? Are we Sikhs or are we Christians?.. We are Sikhs and why would Guru Gobind Singh Ji come back? He lives in his Khalsa and in the Guru Granth Sa

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Wow man, can you please relax? I don't appreciate your tone.

Depends on who you ask. There is no translation that is considered ''THE ONE". They are all pretty similar, but small differences.

You never asked anyone to site any English translation of Guru Granth Sahib. Why don't you tell us which translation you have read? Since you originally said that you disagree with it, and tried emailing the people behind it. Lol...

You are wandering on Sanatan Sikh websites. There is your problem. Sanatan, as in Sanatana Dharma. They consider Sikhi to be just another branch of Hinduism.

I provided an example of the Romans converting to Christianity, to highlight how we as Sikhs have to spread our faith if we want to end this cycle of persecution. You responded by saying that this is a bad example because the Romans hijacked Christianity for selfish purposes. You told me to go read history. That must mean you know something that I don't, right? Or was that just a front?

Lol...too lazy to even google. That means you don't care about the truth. You came here for some other purpose, whatever that may be.

i've already said to a member I am not replying here anymore any futher discussions, message me and I will be happy to reply.

this is my last reply, stick to the topic, khalsa raj.

vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fateh

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i've already said to a member I am not replying here anymore any futher discussions, message me and I will be happy to reply.

this is my last reply, stick to the topic, khalsa raj.

vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fateh

Stay with us!

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i've already said to a member I am not replying here anymore any futher discussions, message me and I will be happy to reply.

this is my last reply, stick to the topic, khalsa raj.

vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fateh

Okay buddy. Happy trolling : -)

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Maybe it's not Nikhlank Avtar as in Kalki avtar u know, like Hindus see him. Maybe Maharaj is using the meaning of the word to illustrate a point.

The name Kalki is often a metaphor for eternity or time. The origins of the name probably lie in the Sanskrit word "kalka" which refers to mud, dirt, filth, or foulness and hence denotes the "destroyer of foulness," "destroyer of confusion," "destroyer of darkness," or "annihilator of ignorance."

(Wikipedia).

Kalki avtar as in Dasam Granth can be the Hindu Kalki avtar as they see him, is he a pooran avtar?

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interesting, may I ask, what are you talking about? 1980-2016??

I have written that this timeline was a transition period (1998 +/- 18 yrs) for the next civilization which will replace the current one. The timeline for transition is in the same way we have transition period from growing from a child to a teen and from a teen to young man and to an old man and die. As you may know that there were civilization before this one and they all perished. Likewise this civilization is about to end and a new will begin after the transition is over. The transition include change of the earth on a physical and spiritual level.

Some things which prove what I say is true : decline in the magnetic field of the earth, the change in the weather patterns, frequency of earthquakes, frequency of storms and cyclones are few things to name. What I mean to say that it is going to be even worse after 2012 and the transition will be complete before the end of 2016. Everyone will come to know about it and start to believe the change is happening with full force after 2012.

Maybe it's not Nikhlank Avtar as in Kalki avtar u know, like Hindus see him. Maybe Maharaj is using the meaning of the word to illustrate a point.

The name Kalki is often a metaphor for eternity or time. The origins of the name probably lie in the Sanskrit word "kalka" which refers to mud, dirt, filth, or foulness and hence denotes the "destroyer of foulness," "destroyer of confusion," "destroyer of darkness," or "annihilator of ignorance."

(Wikipedia).

Kalki avtar as in Dasam Granth can be the Hindu Kalki avtar as they see him, is he a pooran avtar?

Nehklank/kalki avtar is a puran avtar.

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Kaljugi Veerji:

We are always facing toughest times since the sacrifice of 5th Master, then 9th Master, 10th Master and martyrdom of his whole clan and jujharoo SInghs, 1746 (first Genocide), 1762 (second genocide), 1984 (third Genocide); and from 1978 to till now (2012) and all the unsung Heros since the beginning who laid down their lives for Sikkhism.

Nothing can be more toughest to any of the world's religion and it is still continuing since centuries.

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Kaljugi Veerji:

We are always facing toughest times since the sacrifice of 5th Master, then 9th Master, 10th Master and martyrdom of his whole clan and jujharoo SInghs, 1746 (first Genocide), 1762 (second genocide), 1984 (third Genocide); and from 1978 to till now (2012) and all the unsung Heros since the beginning who laid down their lives for Sikkhism.

Nothing can be more toughest to any of the world's religion and it is still continuing since centuries.

Without a doubt, brother.

I think the poster who was linking on how to get a flat stomach was one of those bots or the like who spam forums, etc.

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