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Please enlighten Sangat as which of your so called Rehatnama says you cannot tie your beard. You deviated from the topic by bringing the issue of beard tieing. And mind your language and show some respect when you write about SANT Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

as you've been told.... u'll be not spoon fed ........... go and do ur reaserch ......

you are already over unlighted though...

where did i dis respect JARNAIL SINGH BHINDRANWALE?

if u have so much of respect for him .....den why dont u remeber his teachings....so stop ur nonsense .......and i think u forgot wat bhindranwale said to giani zail singh.....about his dhari....... and that same thing i told uncle ji .....as i said ....u will not be spoon fed.....listen to his speech and u'll come to know....

for ppl like u...i'll never mind my language

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Our first mistake is that the way we view shaheeds/soormas with one pre conditioned yard stick. Many muslims used this similiar idiolized pre conditioned yard stick in other areas, they do this all th

veerji gal tan tusi aeven karde ho jiven tusi kehni karni de pakke ho......Gurbani te rehat kehandi aa k ....SWAS swas nam dheao...... KI TUSI DOWEN EH KARDE HO....je nahi fer tusi kisse nu criticize

when a person is moving from one city to another on bus,train or some vehicle in india r there face detection systems at bus and train stops ? when a person asks for a rented accomodation in india r t

I have newspaper cutting from those times; both Sukha and Jinda were cleanshaven. Jinda was adept in changing appearences. Thats what facilitated them in the executions of enemies sitting thousands of kms away from Punjab in (predominantly Hindu) areas such as Maharashtra (Pune).

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I have newspaper cutting from those times; both Sukha and Jinda were cleanshaven. Jinda was adept in changing appearences. Thats what facilitated them in the executions of enemies sitting thousands of kms away from Punjab in (predominantly Hindu) areas such as Maharashtra (Pune).

can you please share that pic?

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Wonder of Wonders !!!!!! singhs questioning tying darhi to defend cutting of Darhi & hair ? Why skipping the main question - did bhai Taru singh of any of His contemporary singh gave up sikhi saroop to escape the establishment of the time ?

just one question...... WHAT YOU HAVE DONE FOR PANTH/KAUM that make u criticize BHAI jagtar singh tara...........and do you have any answer to my previous reply?

BDW ...instead of writing all this <banned word filter activated> .... u should have done some sharam ..... coz ik mona sikh ( jo us vele gursikh si )ena wada kam kar gya ......te tusi bas type hi karde reh gya.......? shame

welcome ....one more missionary brigade have arrived

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just one question...... WHAT YOU HAVE DONE FOR PANTH/KAUM that make u criticize BHAI jagtar singh tara...........and do you have any answer to my previous reply?

BDW ...instead of writing all this <banned word filter activated> .... u should have done some sharam ..... coz ik mona sikh ( jo us vele gursikh si )ena wada kam kar gya ......te tusi bas type hi karde reh gya.......? shame

welcome ....one more missionary brigade have arrived

Interesting, I always though they executed them while keeping kesh. I thought the pics of them clean shaven before the mission and kept kesh later on.

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Our first mistake is that the way we view shaheeds/soormas with one pre conditioned yard stick. Many muslims used this similiar idiolized pre conditioned yard stick in other areas, they do this all the time thats why they are divided into 72 sects over nitty gritty differences all fighting with each other, killing each other.


We don't have that idiolized sharia like many muslims do. Guru gave us bibek(contexualization, guage each circumstances seperately, stages, asecpts) which many muslims do not have available at intial stages.


Each shaheed/soorma are unique in their way, comparing them with one another its biggest mistake. There are different stages of shaheed singhs, there are different level of soorma's and there are different different circumstances tied to each shaheed/soorma's personal story.
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For those who are old enough to remember the dark days of the 90's when pictures of 25-50 shaheed freedom fighters were published weekly in Des Pardes and Punjab Times, you may have noticed a large majority were monay veers. Yes monay are, can be and often are more Panth Dhardhi than some Amritdharis! I have utmost respect for and we are indebted to them for making ultimate sacrifices to save thousands from murderous kutay like KPS and Beanta Butcher!

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Our first mistake is that the way we view shaheeds/soormas with one pre conditioned yard stick. Many muslims used this similiar idiolized pre conditioned yard stick in other areas, they do this all the time thats why they are divided into 72 sects over nitty gritty differences all fighting with each other, killing each other.
We don't have that idiolized sharia like many muslims do. Guru gave us bibek(contexualization, guage each circumstances seperately, stages, asecpts) which many muslims do not have available at intial stages.
Each shaheed/soorma are unique in their way, comparing them with one another its biggest mistake. There are different stages of shaheed singhs, there are different level of soorma's and there are different different circumstances tied to each shaheed/soorma's personal story.

spot on veerji..... u hit nail on head

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For those who are old enough to remember the dark days of the 90's when pictures of 25-50 shaheed freedom fighters were published weekly in Des Pardes and Punjab Times, you may have noticed a large majority were monay veers. Yes monay are, can be and often are more Panth Dhardhi than some Amritdharis! I have utmost respect for and we are indebted to them for making ultimate sacrifices to save thousands from murderous kutay like KPS and Beanta Butcher!

afsos di gal hai k.......uncle ji ne oh time dekhiya ..... but still they have problem with putting bhai infront of jagtar tara....... pity

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