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Umm.. Sewadars... They Are Almost Ghosts Nowadays....

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i had longing to write about this issue.... why it is essential to write about this issue is because when i met a person of outside punjab having tambakoo in his mouth in darbar sahib complex ..i was shocked ... he was although innocent because nobody told him about it... after that me & my friend told him to spit in wash basin..ughh... sgpc first tell people about maryada..

i know i too am not perfect .... i myself commit very big mistakes ....

but where are tbe sewadars?

during my childhood. when i went to darbar sahib with my mom....

we were very much scared of them...they were so strict....they scolded us for not covering our heads.. respect to sarovar sahib...not throwing parshad to feed fishes..into the sarovar...its cleaniness..& the most important checking of alcoholic person or tambakoo in people's mouth ... each kind of maryada they took great care.. it was harsh but joy to learn the maryada strictly...

people used to talk less while they wore simple clothes...& no mobiles..

sewadars used to teach us like a family ... i am not saying they were rude .,never but much more like teaching us lessons.... they had good control almost everywhere in the complex ..& people were understanding ....

before entering of complex. they took great care ...

& please dont tell me nowadays there is much more people coming...& it is difficult ...yes...but then there must be more sewadars..olden ones had kind of love & duty to tell us...

TOURISTS THINK THIS IS A TOURIST SPOT BUT ITS A RELIGIOUS PLACE..

sewadars must tell people to be silent .. where are they...?

who's there to tell people cover their heads... & tell its meaning & maryada... i never blame all of them but i think thhats a big flaw...

before entering people should be shown videos telling them maryada... there must be more boards in all languages ...& many more ...

sometimes i tell people to cover their heads ,be silent ,etc & then they would see me like for a long time thinking --- " who the heck are u hhh? noones bothering...who r u hh?? one time i remember i told an old sikh woman while she was taking amrit from the sarovar while dipping her legs into the sarovar.. i interrupted her ...she said angrily " asi ishnaan nhi karde, udon vi te pair payide ne .." she would've thought of me like " wadda sikh banda ee"

before going to ishnaan first we go to gusal khana to first bath ourselves then take a dip at sarovar with cleaniness.. still correct me if I'm wrong ...

it takes great courage to tell people alone..

...please we need to put more emphasis on this,...

these r my personal views & thats what i've noticed..sorry if i am wrong or hurt any1..

no haume ji..i myself is a biggest sinner.....

bhula di kheema karni...

sri akaal ji sahai!

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I agree. We need strict maryada to be followed by everyone who visits. This should include modest dress and fully covered heads. Tourist or not, when in a religous place, i wouldve thought its common sense to show respect and speak quiety if at all necessary. The problem is, we see our own people barking in there like theyre at home, or sitting around like theyre out on a picnic, or having little sword fights :/ so we're not exactly setting a decent example. And the new benches, trees and dancing fountains in the new plaza dont exactly encourage religious behaviour, rather it encourages people to sit around and socialise.

Also, the new fixed overhead shelter thing over the bridge leading from darshani deori to darbar sahib, not only is it hideous, not only does it detract and defeat the object of the darshani deori and the related architectural marvel, but the shading and fans also once again encourage people to move at leisure, and chit chat away. Sgpc...there arent enough ill words to describe them.

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Also, the "sewadars" who get paid by spgc to stand there in their tacky blue robes and chat away with their blunt chrome barshay (spears), are just there to look pretty. Not once have i seen them actioning anything. If something needs implementing, its usually the general sangat who speak up and get shiz done

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I agree. We need strict maryada to be followed by everyone who visits. This should include modest dress and fully covered heads. Tourist or not, when in a religous place, i wouldve thought its common sense to show respect and speak quiety if at all necessary. The problem is, we see our own people barking in there like theyre at home, or sitting around like theyre out on a picnic, or having little sword fights :/ so we're not exactly setting a decent example. And the new benches, trees and dancing fountains in the new plaza dont exactly encourage religious behaviour, rather it encourages people to sit around and socialise.

Also, the new fixed overhead shelter thing over the bridge leading from darshani deori to darbar sahib, not only is it hideous, not only does it detract and defeat the object of the darshani deori and the related architectural marvel, but the shading and fans also once again encourage people to move at leisure, and chit chat away. Sgpc...there arent enough ill words to describe them.

yes..our people...

yes damn yes! !sgpc! there's no abusive language yet made for them...

Also, the "sewadars" who get paid by spgc to stand there in their tacky blue robes and chat away with their blunt chrome barshay (spears), are just there to look pretty. Not once have i seen them actioning anything. If something needs implementing, its usually the general sangat who speak up and get shiz done

you are right...

btw where r u from?

Also, the "sewadars" who get paid by spgc to stand there in their tacky blue robes and chat away with their blunt chrome barshay (spears), are just there to look pretty. Not once have i seen them actioning anything. If something needs implementing, its usually the general sangat who speak up and get shiz done

you are right...

btw where r u from?

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yes..our people...

yes damn yes! !sgpc! there's no abusive language yet made for them...

you are right...

btw where r u from?

Uk

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Uk

have u met bhai jagraj singh of basics of sikhi?

they are better than sgpc...must make an organization in punjab here ...

btw is sikhi in chardikala there?

any sikh muslim issue?

ahh & which soccer team u support?

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have u met bhai jagraj singh of basics of sikhi?

they are better than sgpc...must make an organization in punjab here ...

btw is sikhi in chardikala there?

any sikh muslim issue?

ahh & which soccer team u support?

i have yes, they are amazing!

i think thats on there agenda.

sikhi is very much in chardikala my friend.

nope no sikh muslim issue. We get on very well just as we do with any other community. Of course we have the odd individuals looking to create an issue, even on here.

we dont have soccer in the uk lol its football :) i dont support any.

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i have yes, they are amazing!

i think thats on there agenda.

sikhi is very much in chardikala my friend.

nope no sikh muslim issue. We get on very well just as we do with any other community. Of course we have the odd individuals looking to create an issue, even on here.

we dont have soccer in the uk lol its football :) i dont support any.

good good ... yeah i knew about soccer thing ...haha...

be in chardikala ...

sri akaaaal ji sahai!

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