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When Would Be Khalsa Raj


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To answer your question, puran Brahmgiani Baba Harnam Singh Buchon Kala Wale have already taken janam in a certain country along with many other mahaan Gursikhs such as Bhai Uday Singh Jee, and are doing their kamaii. They will be part of the fauj lead by Sant Jarnail Singh and four other singhs. Sant Jee has a duty by Dasmey Patshaah to do fateh over the laal kila before giving shahaadat. After that Khalsa Raaj will be lead by panj kamaii wale singhs. Nindaks and cynics can doubt all they want but time will soon show what the truth is.

okay.....can I ask a simple question, please don't be offended.

who told you this? or How do you know this?

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I've heard Muslims say something similar, Islam shall rule and the world will know true peace when the world embraces Islam.

you guys are drinking some good quality bhang. :respect:

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Are you even a Sikh?

This is part of our Ardas.

It isn't a call for world domination. It isn't a call for jihad or mass conversions. It's saying that Khalsa will rule when no one will be opposed to our teachings and what we stand for. We have been persecuted throughout our history. Why is that an alien concept for you?

Keep hitting yourself, maybe you will have some sense knocked into you.

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Who says that khalsa will rule the world ?

Is that what it is all about, about who dominates and rules ?

Some of you are going away from the messages in gurbani.

If we can get the 'khalsa' to rule within each of us, then the whole battle is already won isn't it ?

Start the real journey 'within' and then we can find our true selves and the true Lord.(start with simran)

When the two of us can be in pure unison and harmony, the khalsa will already be ruling within us.

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Are you even a Sikh?

This is part of our Ardas.

It isn't a call for world domination. It isn't a call for jihad or mass conversions. It's saying that Khalsa will rule when no one will be opposed to our teachings and what we stand for. We have been persecuted throughout our history. Why is that an alien concept for you?

Keep hitting yourself, maybe you will have some sense knocked into you.

Who said anything about world domination, jihad or mass conversions? Although you did say "Khalsa Raj will come when the world embraces Sikhi".

I know what the dohra in the ardas means, although I believe its not to be taken literally as in its not about this physical world. I believe it has more of a sprirtual meaning.

:stupidme: Only Siri Sat Guru Granth Sahib Ji can knock sense into me.........thank you for your lovely comments....please continue and finish your bhang..

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Who said anything about world domination, jihad or mass conversions? Although you did say "Khalsa Raj will come when the world embraces Sikhi".

I know what the dohra in the ardas means, although I believe its not to be taken literally as in its not about this physical world. I believe it has more of a sprirtual meaning.

:stupidme: Only Siri Sat Guru Granth Sahib Ji can knock sense into me.........thank you for your lovely comments....please continue and finish your bhang..

Please read karninama,sau sakhi,Sri dasam granth(Kalki avatar)etc.

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Sau sakhi you have to find from stores etc. I will see if I can scan it.Karninama you can listen to it and it's done by guru Nanak dev ji.It tells about how the fauj of Khalsa comes etc.The best singh who recites it is giani mehtab Singh nihang.

The raj karega Khalsa part comes from karninama.Karninama can be found in the Sundar gutka that has beant banis.

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Sau sakhi was oral accounts.So people wrote what they heard.It is quite amazing though.Karninama was done by guru Nanak dev ji when he went to Mecca and talked to the quazis there.

Good job for reading all the dasam Granth.Im about to start it in January after I finish 5 sehaj paths.

The best translations are from big tiikas or steeks of dasam Granth.Kalki avtaar is amazing but please only follow guru gobind Singh ji maharaj.

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Who said anything about world domination, jihad or mass conversions? Although you did say "Khalsa Raj will come when the world embraces Sikhi".

I know what the dohra in the ardas means, although I believe its not to be taken literally as in its not about this physical world. I believe it has more of a sprirtual meaning.

:stupidme: Only Siri Sat Guru Granth Sahib Ji can knock sense into me.........thank you for your lovely comments....please continue and finish your bhang..

Man, you brought up the Islam comparison.

I'm saying Khalsa Raj isn't gonna come through armed conflict or what not. The reason we have suffered throughout our history is because we are a minority. That isn't gonna change unless we spread Guru ji's message. That's the only way we can achieve sovereignty.

The line from ardas is saying that Khalsa will rule when people stop opposing us. When they stop persecuting us. Just like the Romans who persecuted the Christians, ultimately became Christians themselves and had Christian Raj.

Idk why, as a Sikh, you would be opposed to this.

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