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People who do Ninda of Dasam pita bani do not love Guru Gobind Singh ji.

Dare I say that they all are atheists to the core.

That's your opinion

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I should add a disclaimer that the following is solely my opinion. I have no evidence of this but here is the likely procedure manual used by Gurmat Gyan and Sikh Missionary Colleges to train their "professors":

Step 1: Get on stage and utter "Fateh" to Sangat. This is quite ironic as the nindak missionary is uttering the same fateh contained in Dasam Granth.

Step 2: Start by convincing the Sangat about how knowledgeable you are. Quote many random lines of gurbani, but additionally also tell the sangat what ang the line of gurbani comes from. You want the sangat to think that you have the entirety of Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sabhi Ji memorized. Major points!

Step 3: Go into a tirade about pakhandi babeys while ignoring the fact that you are damaging Sikhi as much as Narakdhari Gurbachana and others.

Step 4: If you're in a foreign country, make sure you blast other parcharaks and kirtani for being "laalchi" and only doing this for money....all while ignoring the fact that you will be collecting the sangats money and splitting profits with Darshan Lal, Kala Afghana, Harjinder Krishna Devi Sabhra, and Sarbjit Pandit Ram Dhunda.

Step 5: Start talking about "kachi bani" and indirectly start slandering Dasam bani.

Step 6: Make derogatory comments about Sikh beliefs such as how it is impossible to be cured by doing ishnaan at a sarovar or how it is impossible to remain alive while you've been beheaded in battle.

I'm sure that about covers it.

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In other news:

http://dailysikhupdates.com/missionaries-target-bhai-pinderpal-singh-usa/

Nindak Missionaries hate Giani Pinderpal Singh because they taught and trained him but Giani Ji is not towing the party line.

He never studied at missionary college. He studied at Jawaddi taksal and the sikh missionary college in ropar. That college has no affiliation with the missionary college that makes people into the likes of dhunda.
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He never studied at missionary college. He studied at Jawaddi taksal and the sikh missionary college in ropar. That college has no affiliation with the missionary college that makes people into the likes of dhunda.

I don't care what missionary college he studied at. It is well known that Giani Pinderpal Singh and the late Sant Singh Ji Maskeen both had similar views to the Dhunda crowed at one point.

Maskeen Ji has some recordings from the late 80s in which he questions Dasam Granth. Thankfully Maskeen Ji found the light and corrected their parchar on a going forward basis to become one of the greatest parcharaks of our time. Bless their soul.

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I don't care what missionary college he studied at. It is well known that Giani Pinderpal Singh and the late Sant Singh Ji Maskeen both had similar views to the Dhunda crowed at one point.

Maskeen Ji has some recordings from the late 80s in which he questions Dasam Granth. Thankfully Maskeen Ji found the light and corrected their parchar on a going forward basis to become one of the greatest parcharaks of our time. Bless their soul.

And what proof do you have that gyani pinderpal Singh had the same views as dhunda? He studied at Jawaddi Taksal as well which is pro dasam granth.
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And what proof do you have that gyani pinderpal Singh had the same views as dhunda? He studied at Jawaddi Taksal as well which is pro dasam granth.

What kind of proof are you looking for? I'm sorry I don't have access to his transcripts.

Giani Pinderpal Singh Ji attended the Sikh Missionary College in Ropar before spending time at Jawaddi Kalan.

http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhai_Pinderpal_Singh

All Missionary Colleges are the same whether you want to accept it or not.

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What kind of proof are you looking for? I'm sorry I don't have access to his transcripts.

Giani Pinderpal Singh Ji attended the Sikh Missionary College in Ropar before spending time at Jawaddi Kalan.

http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhai_Pinderpal_Singh

All Missionary Colleges are the same whether you want to accept it or not.

Not the same. The ropar one is better. They havnt gone to the heretic side 100% like the Ludhiana one. The Shaheed missionary college in Amritsar is probably the best one. They even study Sri Dasam Granth and even Sooraj Granth.

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What kind of proof are you looking for? I'm sorry I don't have access to his transcripts.

Giani Pinderpal Singh Ji attended the Sikh Missionary College in Ropar before spending time at Jawaddi Kalan.

http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhai_Pinderpal_Singh

All Missionary Colleges are the same whether you want to accept it or not.

Not all missionary colleges are the same. You should look at their curriculum.

You are making stuff up.

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Not the same. The ropar one is better. They havnt gone to the heretic side 100% like the Ludhiana one. The Shaheed missionary college in Amritsar is probably the best one. They even study Sri Dasam Granth and even Sooraj Granth.

And this was the case in the 80s/90s?

I don't know why people are getting to upset over this.

Don't know why people are so defensive about Giani Pinderpal Singh. I want to make it clear that he is a great parcharak...today. He was not always a great parcharak. His views were anti-Sikh, but at one time so were the views of jewel of the panth Sant Singh Ji Maskeen.

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