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I went to khalsa Camp in australia. I met alot of fellow sikhs in Aus that i have never seem before they all have no rehit maraydha. idk there all for show. i acted along with them but in heart it was upsetting. i need hardcore singhs but there is noone here i need those sangat of those singhs my age that are serious about sikhi. Idk i want to move to the UK

IF THERE IS ANY AUSSIE SIKHS ON THE FOURM THAT WENT TO KHALSA CAMP SORRY

BUT IF THERES ANY AUSSIES SIKHS THAT ARE HARDCORE PLEASE COMMENT I NEED YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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They're not your age, but they're definitely inspirational.

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Also, how do you know that they all have no rehit and that they're all just for show?

You acted along with them.

How do you know they weren't acting along with someone else, just like you did?

Maybe they were upset in their hearts as well.

Look, from the looks of it, you don't have to live your life with a sad-looking face all the time. It's a CAMP. There are going to be extra-curriculars going on. There are going to be people smiling and laughing and having fun and joking around. That's life. It's a camp.

Nanak Bhagta Sada VIGAAS!!!!!

Did it really hurt your heart to smile or laugh?

Please be more precise with what you did not like. Please write with more detail and give us more details.

From this following advertisement video, things seem fine. Or they just put together a really good video, and it's not really that great/inspiring as you are saying?

Also, if they are not at your level, why not lift them up instead of putting them down and leaving them behind.

Then you will have lots of companions :smile2:

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Giani Gurdev Singh is not what he seems from what i have heard. he said bad horrible things to sant baba ranjodh singh and others he had to apologize to baba ji

they probably were and that sucks if they did if they felt the same as me. I thought this Camp will teach us about rehit maraydha but instead they called 5 singhni panj pyare thats crazy its five singh not singhini

i need hardcore sikhs not singhs that think there all that

im not trying to judge but i thought i would meet a singh tat was hardcore my age at least but nope :(

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Waheguru I was there too and I kinda expected the same and felt the same, which city are you in Waheguru? , if you met me I was Jaskaran SIngh so maybe u know me :) But think of yourself very lucky to want to be better, even though i wanted better youth sangat I knew that Waheguru had blessed me with my way of thinking that not much people get it in life. Ive only been living in Aus for 3 months but waheguru has really led me to meet the right Singhs that will really help me improve and they also want to do Simran as often as they can.

there are 5 singhs in brisbane they have big goals and there also brothers there young singhs between 14-18 i have seen them a couple of time i dont know if they went khalsa camp but they are great singhs they are following taksali maraydha at the moment everybody is helping them with rehit. even though they are following rehit perfect that i know of they always leaveing the gudhwara sahib learning something new.

I went to khalsa Camp in australia. I met alot of fellow sikhs in Aus that i have never seem before they all have no rehit maraydha. idk there all for show. i acted along with them but in heart it was upsetting. i need hardcore singhs but there is noone here i need those sangat of those singhs my age that are serious about sikhi. Idk i want to move to the UK

IF THERE IS ANY AUSSIE SIKHS ON THE FOURM THAT WENT TO KHALSA CAMP SORRY

BUT IF THERES ANY AUSSIES SIKHS THAT ARE HARDCORE PLEASE COMMENT I NEED YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

you boys should contact them

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Waheguru I was there too and I kinda expected the same and felt the same, which city are you in Waheguru? , if you met me I was Jaskaran SIngh so maybe u know me :) But think of yourself very lucky to want to be better, even though i wanted better youth sangat I knew that Waheguru had blessed me with my way of thinking that not much people get it in life. Ive only been living in Aus for 3 months but waheguru has really led me to meet the right Singhs that will really help me improve and they also want to do Simran as often as they can.

Waheguru I was there too and I kinda expected the same and felt the same, which city are you in Waheguru? , if you met me I was Jaskaran SIngh so maybe u know me :) But think of yourself very lucky to want to be better, even though i wanted better youth sangat I knew that Waheguru had blessed me with my way of thinking that not much people get it in life. Ive only been living in Aus for 3 months but waheguru has really led me to meet the right Singhs that will really help me improve and they also want to do Simran as often as they can.

yeah i know who you are you have 3 brothers. im in sydeny im not going to reveal myself just incase one of the Khalsa camps jathedars find out who i am.

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there are 5 singhs in brisbane they have big goals and there also brothers there young singhs between 14-18 i have seen them a couple of time i dont know if they went khalsa camp but they are great singhs they are following taksali maraydha at the moment everybody is helping them with rehit. even though they are following rehit perfect that i know of they always leaveing the gudhwara sahib learning something new.

you boys should contact them

Whats their names ??? a few people came from brissy but i dont know of any brothers????

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I have 2 brothers Waheguru ........ Im in Sydney too. So how can I help? :) ..... With maharajs kirpa I have found out about the singhs that follow rehit and do more bhagti etc here, so I think I could help you meet the singhs you want to meet, and also the best sangat to follow is the sangat from Brisbane if you ask me they seem to be rely into Sikhi and are commited.

Oh yeah 3 sorry :) harshdeep singh and sorry i forgot the younger one. Im too scared the akj will exclude me from them and they might get really angry. I bet if they find out who i am they will stop talking to me. Brisbane singhs i have heard about them and those 5 boys himmat from brisbane he came khalsa camp too told me about them there really abayasi apperently. They were suppose to come khalsa camp but didnt for some reason. ??? Yeah brisbane youth tjere soumds great

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Giani Gurdev Singh is not what he seems from what i have heard. he said bad horrible things to sant baba ranjodh singh and others he had to apologize to baba ji

they probably were and that sucks if they did if they felt the same as me. I thought this Camp will teach us about rehit maraydha but instead they called 5 singhni panj pyare thats crazy its five singh not singhini

i need hardcore sikhs not singhs that think there all that

im not trying to judge but i thought i would meet a singh tat was hardcore my age at least but nope :(

I get what you mean.

What's the story with Giani Gurdev Singh Jee and Baba Ranjodh Singh and others? Please expand, this is the first time I'm hearing about this.

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