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On 26/09/2013 at 11:39 AM, chatanga said:

Do you do Kirtan?

Why not develop your knowledge of a single raag and become a master of that raag?

There are many simple raags, bhairo, bilawal, ect and more complex ones, ramkali, gujri.

You will have the comfort of knowing that at least you can perform kirtan in a raag, and help to infuse life into a dying tradition in the panth.


On 11/09/2013 at 11:14 AM, chatanga said:

There is a topic trending of the beadbi of Saroops in London.

This is a serious topic that needs to be addressed in the wider sangat.

Who can take on this sewa ?

1. To inform general sangat about what Guru Granth Sahib is.

2. How Guru Granth Sahib is to be kept.

3.If Saroop gets birdh or ang gets damaged, what and where can we get it repaired.

4.Agan Bhet of Guru Granth Sahib should only be a last resort.

5. Gurdwaras and Individuals with Guru Granth Sahib, should be requested to make checks on their saroops, to check any deterioration before it escalates more. Better still, check them yourselves.

6. Gurdwaras need to get a balance between the saroops they hold and the frequency of functions held.

7. Find out what the Gurdwara does with birdh saroops. Another thing that occurred to me, is that money men are making cash dollars selling the saroops, they must be making cash dollars in doing the agan bhet of them as well.

Who can take on this sewa in their local area?

If you do, please share any finding you have.


On 26/09/2013 at 11:46 AM, chatanga said:

A Sikh professor has been attacked and injured by a gang in New York, USA.

His repsonse? An invitation to the youths to come to the Gurdwara and see what Sikhs really are.

What an excellent idea! Why not be proactive? invite the local schools in your area, to visit your local gurdwara and tell them what Sikhs are.


On 12/10/2013 at 3:45 PM, chatanga said:

Did you know there are many Sikh artefacts being sold in the UK on auctions and such, why not see if your Gurdwara might be interested in buying some items to make a historical exhibition?

And these!

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On 9/8/2013 at 9:52 AM, chatanga said:

Why not look at one of the Guru's, and make a in depth research into his life? You have 10 glorious examples to choose from.

11. :waheguru:. King of Kings: Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, is seated of the throne of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. 

You can also take examples from Sri Dasam Granth and Sri Sarbloh Granth, both written completely by Guru Sahib himself.

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