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Seva of Gurudwaras and control should always be under Amritdhari singhs. There is no second opinion about that.

Which seva are you referring to? Or do you mean that any and all types of different seva in gurdwaras should only be performed by Amritdhari Singhs? What about Amritdhari ladies?

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Which seva are you referring to? Or do you mean that any and all types of different seva in gurdwaras should only be performed by Amritdhari Singhs? What about Amritdhari ladies?

It's obvious, bro. Maharaj's seva, langar seva, degh seva, etc., should be for Gursikhs. I don't think anybody can stop moneh from doing dishes and general cleaning.

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Which seva are you referring to? Or do you mean that any and all types of different seva in gurdwaras should only be performed by Amritdhari Singhs? What about Amritdhari ladies?

I am referring to management of Gurudwara sahibs and election process in which only keshadhari sikhs should vote.

There should be no debar on ladies. .

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It's obvious, bro. Maharaj's seva, langar seva, degh seva, etc., should be for Gursikhs. I don't think anybody can stop moneh from doing dishes and general cleaning.

Yeah I agree with that, I thought that GPS was suggesting that even the seva of washing dishes/cleaning should be for Gursikhs only, which doesn't seem fair somehow.

Maybe it's time for me to change my name, everyone thinks I'm a guy...

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Yeah I agree with that, I thought that GPS was suggesting that even the seva of washing dishes/cleaning should be for Gursikhs only, which doesn't seem fair somehow.

Maybe it's time for me to change my name, everyone thinks I'm a guy...

Oh I'm very sorry, sis, haha. I miss the 'Kaur' bit of your name and only seem to focus on the 'M' and the '89' bits!

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If you visit langar management at harmandir sahib. you will find many westerns with head covers cutting vegetables and peeling onions outside

at entrance. That is perfectly in order.

That is how we get new entrants among some of them.

In 1960s Col Nasser was president of Egypt.He came to pay a visit to harmandir sahib along his staff while on visit to india.

He took langar sitting on the ground(That time there was no langar hall). He was so impressed by the scene that he emptied

his pockets and donated every penny for langar.

Such institutions are open for all. We cann't debar anyone. The maiin purpose is to serve humanity in need.

This is all good when non-Sikhs have no agenda. But do you think there were any times in history when ONLY Amritdharis were allowed to make langar for sangat and Satguru's fauj?

Some Gurdwara allow degh to be brought from homes. Sure this encourages people to participate in the process, but there has been cases where foreign material like nails were put in degh and then brought to the Gurdwara. It was some form of black magic. So people believe in a lot of things and telling who is Sikh from a non-Sikh is very hard.

Those that do seva in Langar halls and speak to the main caretakers will know what evil intentions some of the sangat has and how to best deal with such bad intentions.

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