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1.Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj Himself ordered the writing of Dasam Granth Sahib Bir in 1698. He Himself wrote some pages and also did Signature in the end. This Bir is present at Takht Patna Sahib.

2. A copy was made of this Bir in the same year(so we have 2 Dasam Granth Birs from 1698) and thats the Bir you are seeing in the pic.

3. Bhai Mani Singh jee did Parkash of this Mahaan Bir at Akal Takht Sahib and this bir was called Akaal Takht Sarup Bir.

4. Name of this Bir is also significant. A Bir of Dasam Granth was also prepared in 1696 by Dasmesh Pita Himself at Anandpur Sahib immediately after completing Charitropakyan. In the 18 Century when Khalsa was HIGHLY charrdikala, this bir was known as 'Anandpuri Bir' as the Panth at that time knew that this Bir was written/prepared in Anandpur Sahib.

Same way this bir was given the name "Akaal Takht Sarup Bir' as the Panth knew that this Bir was Parkash-ed at Akaal Takht Sahib by Bhai Mani Singh Ji himself.

5. In 1920's SGPC tast force hit this Bir Sahib with a Spear and threw it out of the window of Sri Akaal Takht Sahib. You can see the damage done by spear in the picture.

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1.Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj Himself ordered the writing of Dasam Granth Sahib Bir in 1698. He Himself wrote some pages and also did Signature in the end. This Bir is present at Takht Patna Sahib.

2. A copy was made of this Bir in the same year(so we have 2 Dasam Granth Birs from 1698) and thats the Bir you are seeing in the pic.

3. Bhai Mani Singh jee did Parkash of this Mahaan Bir at Akal Takht Sahib and this bir was called Akaal Takht Sarup Bir.

4. Name of this Bir is also significant. A Bir of Dasam Granth was also prepared in 1696 by Dasmesh Pita Himself at Anandpur Sahib immediately after completing Charitropakyan. In the 18 Century when Khalsa was HIGHLY charrdikala, this bir was known as 'Anandpuri Bir' as the Panth at that time knew that this Bir was written/prepared in Anandpur Sahib.

Same way this bir was given the name "Akaal Takht Sarup Bir' as the Panth knew that this Bir was Parkash-ed at Akaal Takht Sahib by Bhai Mani Singh Ji himself.

5. In 1920's SGPC tast force hit this Bir Sahib with a Spear and threw it out of the window of Sri Akaal Takht Sahib. You can see the damage done by spear in the picture.

I did read that they said that they didn't want this 'koord' (this is hurting to say it ) and the koord supporters in Akal Takht then very soon after they changed amrit sanchar rehit for bibian also (1926: via their chamcha Akal Takht Jathedar )that they didn't have to wear dastar

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I did read that they said that they didn't want this 'koord' (this is hurting to say it ) and the koord supporters in Akal Takht then very soon after they changed amrit sanchar rehit for bibian also (1926: via their chamcha Akal Takht Jathedar )that they didn't have to wear dastar

before 1926 Akaal Takht was under control of Nihangs. So they gave amrit to sikh bibis with dastaar ?

Can u verity it please?

Thanks

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http://www.panthic.org/articles/2143

The renowned Panthic writer Kavi Santokh Singh Jee in his Granth, Gur Pratap Sooraj mentions the Hukam Sri Guru Gobind Singh gave to Mata Bhaag Kaur. Mata Jee had reached a very high spiritual state and had stopped wearing clothes. The Singhs complained to Dasmesh Pitha Jee, who summoned Mata Bhaag Kaur. Kavi Santokh Singh records the Hukam Guru Sahib gave to Mata Jee:

ਗਰੁਵੀ ਸਾਂਗ ਹਾਥ ਮਹਿ ਧਰੈ,
ਸਦਾ ਆਨੰਦ ਏਕ ਰੱਸ ਥਿਰੈ।
ਕੇਤਕ ਮਾਸ ਨਗਨ ਜਬ ਰਹੀ,
ਇਕ ਦਿਨ ਦੇਖ ਨਿਕਟ ਗੁਰ ਕਹੀ।
ਸੁਨ ਮਾਈ ਭਾਗ ਕੌਰ ਸਚਿਆਰੀ,
ਕੁਲ ਨੈਨਹਿ ਸਸੁਰਾਰਿ ਉਬਾਰੀ।
ਪਰਮ ਹੰਸ ਅਵਸਥਾ ਪਾਈ।
ਤੁਝ ਕੋ ਦੋਸ ਨਾ ਲਗੈ ਕਦਾਈ।
ਰਹਿਨ ਦਿਗੰਬਰ ਤੁਝ ਬਨਿ ਆਈ।
ਇਕ ਰਸ
ਬਿਰਤੀ
ਭਈ ਲਿਵ ਲਾਈ।
ਤਨ ਹੰਤਾ ਸਭ ਰਿਦੈ ਬਿਨਾਸੀ।
ਪਾਇੳ ਪਰਮ ਰੂਪ ਅਬਿਨਾਸੀ।
ਤਊ ਸੰਗ ਤੂ ਰਹਿਤ ਹਮਾਰੇ।
ਪਹਿਰਿ ਕਾਛ, ਲਘੁ ਸਿਰ ਦਸਤਾਰੇ।
(ਰੁਤਿ 3, ਅੰਸੂ 22, ਜਿਲਦ 14, ਫੰਨਾ 3068)

In this Historic account the mention of Dastaar Rehat is clear. Having reached the spiritual state of “Param Hans” in this intoxicated state Mata Bhaag Kaur had stopped wearing clothes. When Guru Sahib ordered her to keep her body covered he specifically mentioned the Rehat of Dastaar as well. Was this Hukam necessary if Guru Sahib didn’t consider a Dastaar to be mandatory for both Sikh men and women? Not only did Guru Sahib order a Bibi at such a high Avastha to cover herself but to wear a Dastaar as well, putting the Dastaar at the same level as the Kachhera and the rest of the Kakkars ( Guru Sahib also mentions to wear a Kachhera in the Hukam).
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A 19th century painting of a Sikh man and his wife in Punjab by an English artist.

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Rani Raj Kaur from Bhai Vir Singh’s “Rana Surat Singh”.

Right up to the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Sikh women had been steadfast in following the edicts of the Satguru (True Guru) in respect to their spiritual inner life as well as dress, including the Dastaar. That is what J. D. Cunningham himself saw and wrote in the middle of the Nineteenth Century when he wrote his book, ‘History of the Sikhs’. He writes: “The Sikh women are distinguished from Hindus of their sex by some variety of dress but chiefly by a higher top knot of hair.” Even after the Panjab came under the British rule, the Dastaar was conspicuously seen in the case of Sikh women as well as men right up till the Gurdwara movement and the establishment of the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee in 1926. Until then, no one – men or women were allowed initiation (by taking Amrit) at Sri Akaal Takhat Sahib without a Dastaar. At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the present one, as a result of the Sikh renaissance movement, a number of Khalsa schools for girls were established in Punjab. A small Dastaar was prescribed as an obligatory head dress for students as well as for teachers in such schools at Jaspalon, Ferozepur and Sidhwan in Punjab.

Many famous Rehatnaame also support wearing of Dastaar. Here are some quotes:

ਪਹਿਲੇ ਕਛ ਪਹਰਾਨੀ, ਕੇਸ਼ ਇਕੱਠੇ ਕਰ ਜੂੜਾ, ਦਸਤਾਰ ਸਜਾਵਨੀ, ਗਾਤ੍ਰੇ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਸਾਹਬ ਹਾਥ ਜੋੜਿ ਖੜਾ ਰਹੈ ।

“Each candidate for Baptism be made to wear kachera, tie hair in a topknot and cover the same with Dastaar; wear Sri Sahib (Kirpan) in Gatra (shoulder belt). Then he/she should stand with folded hands.”

(Rehatnama Bhai Daya Singh Ji)

“…Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa should keep hair unshorn, have flowing beard and have simple Dastaar which saves from impiety. Then the Sikhs asked what would happen to those Amritdhari who start cutting their hair or do not keep their hair covered. The Guru replied that they would be stupid and would lose their sensibility. It is a blemish to remain bareheaded…Always keep two turbans. When the bigger turban is removed, the smaller be kept. The smaller turban should not be removed.”

(Bijai Mukat Dharam Shastra – Sakhi-8)

ਪਾਗ ਉਤਾਰਿ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ਜੋ ਖਾਵੇ, ਸੋ ਸਿੱਖ ਕੁੰਭੀ ਨਰਕ ਸਿਧਾਵੇ।

“(A Sikh) who eats food with turban removed from the head (i.e., Bareheaded) is destined for ‘Kumbhi’ (hell).”

(Rehatnama Bhai Prahlad Singh Ji)

ਕੰਘਾ ਦੋਨਉ ਵਕਤ ਕਰ ਪਾਗ ਚੁਨਹਿ ਕਰ ਬਾਂਧਈ ।

ਦਾਸਨ ਨੀਤ ਕਰੇਇ ਨਾ ਦੁਖ ਪਾਵੈ ਲਾਲ ਜੀ ।

“One who combs hair twice a day, ties turban fold by fold and cleans teeth daily will not come to grief.”

(Tankhah Naama Bhai Nand Lal Ji)

ਨਗਨ ਹੋਇ ਬਾਹਰ ਫਿਰਿਹ, ਨਗਨ ਸੀਸ ਜੋ ਖਾਇ ।

ਨਗਨ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ਜੋ ਬਾਟਈ, ਤਨਖਾਹੀ ਬਡੋ ਕਹਾਇ ।

“Whosoever roams about bareheaded, takes food bareheaded

and distributes the ‘prasad’ bareheaded is considered punishable.”

(Uttar-prashan Bhai Nand Lal Ji)

ਪਹਿਲੇ ਕਛ ਪਹਰਾਨੀ, ਕੇਸ਼ ਇਕੱਠੇ ਕਰ ਜੂੜਾ, ਦਸਤਾਰ ਸਜਾਵਨੀ, ਗਾਤ੍ਰੇ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਸਾਹਬ ਹਾਥ ਜੋੜਿ ਖੜਾ ਰਹੈ ।

“Each candidate for Baptism be made to wear kachera, tie hair in a topknot and cover the same with Dastaar; wear Sri Sahib (Kirpan) in Gatra (shoulder belt). Then he/she should stand with folded hands.”

(Rehatnama Bhai Daya Singh Ji) – Ref: Piara Singh Padam, “Rehitnamay”, p. 68.

ਜੂੜਾ ਸੀਸ ਕੇ ਮੱਧ ਭਾਗ ਮੈਂ ਰਾਖੇ, ਔਰ ਪਾਗ ਬੜੀ ਬਾਂਧੇ,ਕੇਸ ਢਾਂਪ ਰਖੇ,

ਕੰਘਾ ਦਵੈ ਕਾਲ ਕਰੇ, ਪਾਗ ਚੁਨ ਕੇ ਬਾਂਧੇ । (ਰਹਿਤਨਾਮਾ ਭਾਈ ਦਇਆ ਸਿੰਘ)

“The “Jooraa” (hair knot) should be on the centre top of the head, and a turban should be tied, the kesh should be kept covered, twice a day the hair should be combed, and the turban should be removed layer by layer.”

(Rehatnama Bhai Daya Singh Ji)

ਜੂੜਾ ਸੀਸ ਕੇ ਮੱਧ ਭਾਗ ਮੈਂ ਕਰੇ, ਇਸਤ੍ਰੀਓ ਕਾ ਜੂੜਾ ਲੰਬਾ ਨਾ ਕਰਾਵੈ ।

“Women should tie their hair in topknot and should not keep them loose.”

(Rehatnama Bhai Daya Singh Ji)

“Keshas be washed. Turban or Dastaar should not be placed on floor but should always be kept with due respect. Food should not be eaten bareheaded.”

(Bijai Mukt Dharam Shastra, Sakhi 70)

It is thus, absolutely clear from the above quotations that remaining bareheaded at any time (except when washing, drying, and combing the hair) and keeping hair loose and unknotted are basically against the Sikh Code of Conduct, which is applicable to all, men and women alike. For obvious reasons, therefore, the use of Dastaar is indispensable. There is no other way to keep the head covered all the time. Sikh women who wear only dupattas, mostly remain bareheaded, especially in the privacy of their own homes, while taking food, etc., and thus are, perhaps unconsciously, infringing the Sikh Code of Conduct in this respect.

ACTUAL AKAL TAKHT REHITNAMA regarding AMrit sanchar predating SGPC

https://www.scribd.com/doc/96815250/Amrit-Sanchar-Hukamnana

Giani Gurmukh SIngh Musafir was head of Akal Takht at the time of rehit change so must have happened between march 1930 and march 1931 , but of course he then was made secretary of SGPC .

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After SGPC took over akal takhat parkash of Sri Dasam granth sahib continued to be there.its parkash was lifted in 1943 after an akhand path.jathedar mohan Singh nagoke was president of SGPC and akali dal that time.

When you visit akal takhat and stand before shashatars on left hand side where Dasam granth parkash was there is still empty.on right hand side is parkash of SGGS ji. At central pedestal are shashatars

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1.Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj Himself ordered the writing of Dasam Granth Sahib Bir in 1698. He Himself wrote some pages and also did Signature in the end. This Bir is present at Takht Patna Sahib.

2. A copy was made of this Bir in the same year(so we have 2 Dasam Granth Birs from 1698) and thats the Bir you are seeing in the pic.

3. Bhai Mani Singh jee did Parkash of this Mahaan Bir at Akal Takht Sahib and this bir was called Akaal Takht Sarup Bir.

4. Name of this Bir is also significant. A Bir of Dasam Granth was also prepared in 1696 by Dasmesh Pita Himself at Anandpur Sahib immediately after completing Charitropakyan. In the 18 Century when Khalsa was HIGHLY charrdikala, this bir was known as 'Anandpuri Bir' as the Panth at that time knew that this Bir was written/prepared in Anandpur Sahib.

Same way this bir was given the name "Akaal Takht Sarup Bir' as the Panth knew that this Bir was Parkash-ed at Akaal Takht Sahib by Bhai Mani Singh Ji himself.

5. In 1920's SGPC tast force hit this Bir Sahib with a Spear and threw it out of the window of Sri Akaal Takht Sahib. You can see the damage done by spear in the picture.

The individual responsible for the spearing was none other than Kartar Singh Jhabbar.

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The individual responsible for the spearing was none other than Kartar Singh Jhabbar.

what is it about Virks brar and sidhus in general that make them aggressively against the sikh panth ...could it be the curse of Guru ji at work General Brar was descendant of branch of Brar who displeased Guru ji and Sant ji was descendant of those Brars who pleased and served Guru ji ? Nearly all the K jar Bhangra gandh waley are of the sidhu clan ....

http://www.sikh-history.com/sikhhist/personalities/sewadars/jhabbar.html

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