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I think madh da bhog takes place at ang 705 but just heard from someone that Tarjit Singh Narula kathavachak doing katha from delhi said that people don't pay attention to the fact that 705 ang is not the middle or madh of 1430 ang. I have not ever heard about this kathavachak. Anybody knows more?

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I think madh da bhog takes place at ang 705 but just heard from someone that Tarjit Singh Narula kathavachak doing katha from delhi said indirectly people dont think 705 ang is not the middle or madh of 1430 ang. I have not ever heard about this kathavachak. Anybody knoes more?

Khalsa Ji,

Tem Madh Bhog takes place at Ang. 705; the Vaaran te vadeek, Ang are adjusted accordingly. This has been the purartan Maryada in the Panth....

Waheguru...

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