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Taksal Maryada - Amrit Sanchar

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Greetings,

I'm a british Sikh living in the states and want to come back into Sikhi. I plan on doing this when I return home to the UK.

My question is I know I am going to have to tell my short commings to the Panj but I am wondering in Taksal maryada do you do your confession alone with the Panj or are all the others wanting to take amrit or do pesh in the same room as well?

Second question. Does Taksal use larrivar saroop?

Lastly, after amrit is made does only one or two Panj bestow the amrit ie face, eyes and head or do each do it once for every person. From what I read in Taksal maryada it seems as if its one or two people and not all 5.

Please note I'm not wanting to start a debate on which group does what better. I just have these questions. If someone who has taken amrit at a function held by Taksal and could answer I'd very much appreciate it.

Oh before I forget where in UK is Taksal Gurdwara? Guru Har Rai Gurdwara in West Brom?

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Guest IkOankarSatgurPrasad

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In Taksali Maryada all 5 Singhs take turns to bestow Amrit.

Confessions are one on one and they are dayavaan. They forgive but also stress importance of rehit.

As far as the Saroop. I have not seen it with my eyes but I am very confident that they use larreedaar Saroop as Maharaj also used larreedaar Saroop.

Aavoh Sajjnaa Hau Dekhan Darshan Tera Ram

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

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