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http://www.<banned>.com/?p=3818 These Missionary/Kala Afghana/Guru Granth Da Khalsa Panth people need to stop being so anti Hindu. They are so anti-hindu that they stretch things so far

Give it a rest, if any of you had partaken in the seva, it's only a little bit of milk that is initially used. About 5 litres or less and that is mixed with water. After that the Amrit from samovar is

Most of us know the lack of academic education in missionaries. They have no knowledge of science and taxi drivers like jeonwala make their own stories to defame our age old practices which are embed

Give it a rest, if any of you had partaken in the seva, it's only a little bit of milk that is initially used. About 5 litres or less and that is mixed with water. After that the Amrit from samovar is used.

Thanks for letting us know bro..i didn't know...in that case, they are right striking a right balance.

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I think generally speaking danger arises when perception of individual surrounding devotional sargun ritual start having dogmatic notions or wrapping their head around it, so much so to the point that perception itself becomes road block in sikhi and so much so that its ultimately on clash course with gurmat humanitarian aspect in sikh...thats where danger lies..!!

Again nothing wrong with act of washing of darbar sahib with milk itself from devotional perspective , danger lies at the perception of individual for not having right balance not the act itself....this is where missionaries are dead wrong, they have start doing khandan mandan of very helpful/devotional/paramparic/symbol acts/rituals itself rather than exploring the perception of individuals surrounding the rituals.

No ritual or act needs to be changed, only people perceiving or turning devotional rituals/act into dogmatic notions/dogma road blocks in their head, need to be addressed as caution politely in the parchar thats all.

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We could even start arguing that the gold used at Sri Harmandir sahib should've been used as donations to poor instead.

These things don't have an end, do they?

There was no gold ever at Harmandir Sahib during Guru's times. it was installed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh's whose many actions like having multiple ranis were out of line with gurmat.

Gold is not shown any importance in Gurbani -

"Jo nar dukh main dukh nahi maane , Kaanchan maati jane"

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