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Hi All,

I am Amritdhari Girl..... My parent n family members being a sikh opposed me to become baptized... just because its hard to find Amritdhari boy... but still as i luv my religion and my Gurus i became Amritdhari....

I want to know is this true?

I have seen the attitude of Sikh boys also... after i became baptized, i came to know.. even normal Sikh boys don't prefer being amritdhari and Amritdhari girls...

Want to know y?

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Hail you oh Kaur! You were considered evil and impure Endless and intolerable pains you had to endure For your father and brother you were always a load Painful obstacles forever blocked your life

I am amritdhari but did "dad" tell her to leave?

Perfect Thanks The Only truth....i accepted .. Guru Gobind Singh g as my Father ... This is enough to sustain my life

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Hail you oh Kaur!

You were considered evil and impure

Endless and intolerable pains you had to endure

For your father and brother you were always a load

Painful obstacles forever blocked your life’s road

Religion after religion came on this earth

Yet cursed the one responsible for man’s birth

Then came the true divine master of creation

Made you a princess and blessed you with jubilation

Starting from Bibi Nanki, my Guru Nanak Dev Jee’s sister

All the way to the Khalsa mothers who suffered every blister

Sacrificed their husbands, brothers and sons

Some to cruel swords, others to fanatic guns

Not a single cry was ever heard from their mouth

Their glory is sung today from the north to the south

Not a wrinkle on their foreheads, not a drop in their eyes

Bowing before their feet one sees the seven skies

But today when I look around it pains my soul

Seeing Gurujee’s daughters forget their goal

Disowning their history, faith and culture

Running after lust, that wretched dark vulture

Disrespecting their body in many disgusting ways

Shying away from all of the Eternal Lord’s plays

Losing their purity and then peace of mind

Falling prey to worldly pleasures that later get unkind

I am no one who has any license to teach

Can’t be a preacher as I am myself a leech

But this much prayer I shall offer at your feet

Wishing that someday the Lord we all can meet

This much prayer I offer with folded hands

That your fame stretches across all possible lands

And the last few words that I have got to express

Are from my inner being and not just to impress

Blessed are you, oh Kaur! For you have prepared

Lions for the battle from whom tyrants are scared

Blessed are you, oh Kaur! For yours is the glory

Which strikes terror within the merciless and the gory

Blessed are you, oh Kaur! Unaware of what is pain

Yearning for martyrdom, not once but again and again

Blessed are you, oh Kaur! With you is my Guru Gobind Singh

Your True Father, True Mother, and True Eternal King

Feel proud! You are Gurujee’s princesses!

- Mehtab Singh

2006

Perfect Thanks :)

The Only truth....i accepted .. Guru Gobind Singh g as my Father ... :) This is enough to sustain my life :)

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Gurpreet bhenji, I would advise you please do NOT give out personal information on a public forum, and do NOT respond to any random stranger sending you private messages asking about your details. Talk to your elder Gursikh sisters (the ones you know in person and can trust, NOT your cyber chat buddies) about this who can help you out.

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Gurpreet bhenji, I would advise you please do NOT give out personal information on a public forum, and do NOT respond to any random stranger sending you private messages asking about your details. Talk to your elder Gursikh sisters (the ones you know in person and can trust, NOT your cyber chat buddies) about this who can help you out.

Ok... Sorry... i was not knowing... i deleted all the information... Thanks :) will not give..... Actually i am new to this site na.. datz y was nt knowing.... thanks for informing....

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Its Difficult to find them....

If you are 14 (if not then I apologise) you don't need to worry about such issues at this moment on time. You should worry about being the best person you can be on as many fronts as possible.

If you are not 14 then I don't think you'll end up an old spinster Gursikh bibi. Our culture will never allow people to remain single --- you know the rules! :biggrin2:

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If you are 14 (if not then I apologise) you don't need to worry about such issues at this moment on time. You should worry about being the best person you can be on as many fronts as possible.

If you are not 14 then I don't think you'll end up an old spinster Gursikh bibi. Our culture will never allow people to remain single --- you know the rules! :biggrin2:

i m not 14.....!! i m elder then that.. to get into all this

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Ok... Sorry... i was not knowing... i deleted all the information... Thanks :) will not give..... Actually i am new to this site na.. datz y was nt knowing.... thanks for informing....

You were giving out personal info

tut tut tut :nono:

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