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Is it bad to eat lots of parsad eg 2 or 3 when u go in the gurdwara

Khalsa Ji

If there is plentiful Degh then it is okay to have more. Degh contains a high content of butter and sugar so one should bear that in mind regarding health issues.

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most i've ever had is 6times.like a boss.

nice sugary buttery one. mmmmmmmmmm

isnt there a story of some guy having too much degh but then got some disease because ardas had been done on the degh to rid the families cows of the spots. idk i heard that story somewhere. >.>

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but someone told me you are not allowed to have that much parsad. That person said your only allowed to have once

most i've ever had is 6times.like a boss.

nice sugary buttery one. mmmmmmmmmm

isnt there a story of some guy having too much degh but then got some disease because ardas had been done on the degh to rid the families cows of the spots. idk i heard that story somewhere. >.>

yea tht the story that person told me

i dont if im saying the story correctly some guy had a disease and i think he preapred the degh and did ardas to get rid of disease or something i dont know and after a bhai started to eat too much parsad. THe person who prepared the parsad disease was remove and the bhai who ate the parsad after got the disease.

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i dont if im saying the story correctly some guy had a disease and i think he preapred the degh and did ardas to get rid of disease or something i dont know and after a bhai started to eat too much parsad. THe person who prepared the parsad disease was remove and the bhai who ate the parsad after got the disease.

waheguru ji...this is correct....jina mil jaye..ona hi laina chahida....coz if a person wants to get rid of a dukh and brings in dehg and do ardas....and then that degh gets distributed among sangat.,.....along with the degh the "dukh" of the ardas doer gets distributed among sangat as well.....and this small amount of dukh distributed is easily confronted by the members of sangat (guru di kirpa hundi hai parshaad te)...instead of large amounut of dukh faced by one single person.......

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