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Just now, Preeet said:

Where did entities come from in this topic..? I was trying to say we are all equal when we are in this sansar. 

you do not know what you are saying that is why you are trying to push words into other people's mouth , I just gave examples of older peoples names which did not rely on inder, jeet or any of that list of endings .

 

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Just now, Preeet said:

That might be right, but why do you call yourself Jonny in this forum then?

Jonny isn't my real name lol just a forum name.

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9 minutes ago, Preeet said:

Baldev is also the same as Balinder. That isn't my point though, my point is relying on names will give no shubh labh in dharam if that is all that matters.. Sri Gurbani Sahib ji is something that can help any situation. 

actually preeto you are wrong Baldev is another name for Balram  the older brother of Krishna who taught how to use the mace to the kuruvs . And yes my Dad did know this entymology and he explained that Balram's strength came from Akal Purakh so that's who he focussed his life on . He could not change what his parent's had given him but he took it along to gurmat stance

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2 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

actually preeto you are wrong Baldev is another name for Balram  the older brother of Krishna who taught how to use the mace to the kuruvs . And yes my Dad did know this entymology and he explained that Balram's strength came from Akal Purakh so that's who he focussed his life on . He could not change what his parent's had given him but he took it along to gurmat stance

You could also translate Baldev into meaning Strength of the Divine couldn't you? if Bal= Strength and Dev= Divine. So baldev could easily mean Singh of the Divine Strength, not sure though as im still learning about etymology 

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30 minutes ago, Preeet said:

The 2nd version of a Sikh having godly attributes is what I was talking about, if someone is named Ravinder, they don't really become the Sun God. Do you think the name Sri Chand is antigurmat? Considering you think Ravinder (Sun God) is wrong?

 

did sri Chand become a sikh ????

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Rav is Suryadev and Inder is the name of a particular Devta who is king of Devtas and svarglok. He was beaten up many times by demons/rakshasas. He also violated a chaste woman like Ahilia and as a result was cursed to have a 1000 private parts of a woman on his body. That's why Sikhs should avoid having inder ending names for their children unless it is inderjeet which means one who beats or gains victory over Inder.

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10 minutes ago, Jonny101 said:

Rav is Suryadev and Inder is the name of a particular Devta who is king of Devtas and svarglok. He was beaten up many times by demons/rakshasas. He also violated a chaste woman like Ahilia and as a result was cursed to have a 1000 private parts of a woman on his body. That's why Sikhs should avoid having inder ending names for their children unless it is inderjeet which means one who beats or gains victory over Inder.

true I would never want to name after Indra the rapist

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Just now, jkvlondon said:

true I would never want to name after Indra the rapist

Strangely you will rarely find a Hindu naming his child after Inder because of all the negative things Inder has done which are too many to list here. But every second Sikh male child has Inder in his name. o_O

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Just now, Jonny101 said:

Strangely you will rarely find a Hindu naming his child after Inder because of all the negative things Inder has done which are too many to list here. But every second Sikh male child has Inder in his name. o_O

part of the agenda , get punjabis to think such names are great, I have a cousin Sonali Kiran what it means is anyone's guess , and she has grown up into a very hinduised girl, her bro is Gursharan Deep and he used to have kesh now he is mona and a party dude , the eldest is Tarrunamdeep and she is very hindi dollified too ...

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7 minutes ago, Preeet said:

I am not wrong, Dev is still attributed there because Dev is divine as is Ram, and thus it is related to Devta. Take a gurmat stance on Inder and Preet/jit as well (:

Before that particular Inder's existant there were more Indra Devs, now all of them are not accountable for 1 Inder Devta's action.

Where are you getting this info that there are or were more than one Inderdev? There is only one Inder. And Inder is not seen positively by Hindu texts. Even Sikh scripture like Chandi Di  Vaar mentions how he was beaten up by the Rakshas army then he ran away.

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Just now, Preeet said:

With each Manu/Manavatar there is a new Indra, the very 1st Indra was an avatar of Sri Vishnu ji. People already know who the next Indra is going to be and it is going to be that daitya noble king Mahabali who Sri Vishnu ji overthrowned as Sri Vamana ji.

Manvatara/Manu    Indra
Svayambhuva  |  Yajna (Avatar of Vishnu)
Swarochisha  |  Vipaschita
Uttama  |  Sushaanti
Taamasa  |  Shibi
Raivata  |  Vibhu
Chaakshusha   | Manojava
Shraaddhadeva  |  Purandara (the present Indra)
Savarni  |  Bali
Daksha Saavarni  |  Adbhuta
Brahma Saavarni  |  Shanti
Dharma Saavarni  |  Vish
Rudraputra Saavarni  |  Ritudhaama
Ruchi (Deva Saavarni)  |  Devaspati
Bhauma (Indra Saavarni) |   Suchi

 

And from which Hindu text is this from? The reason I am asking is because there are a lot of false info flying around in the internet which are not based on anceint Hindu scripture but just on what some new age cult Guru says to his western followers.

 

Inder dev throughout the various yugas is always the same type of character. He always gets beaten up by Rakshas armies, always uses chhal/fareb/deceitful ways like what he did with Ahilia in Satyug and with Karna in Duaparyug. So it is definitely the same person with the same characteristics.

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4 hours ago, Preeet said:

Ramandeep is a nice name which gives blessings of a son if you name a daughter that.

Baba preet keep your nastik teachings to yourself.  You have no clarity in your thought process. 

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17 minutes ago, Preeet said:

It's from the Vishnu Purana, which details dharm. I think it is real because as Sri Vamana ji if I remember correctly he promised Mahabali that he would give him Indraaaj during the next manu. 1 Manu's lifetime is very very long, and the next Manu is coincidentally the son of the Sun God. 1 Kalpa has 14 different manus each reigning in different times, 1 Kalpa = 4.32 billion years. 4.32 billion years. 4320000000/14 = 308571428.571. Satyug is 1,728,000 years, treta is 1,296,000, dvapuryuga is 864,000, and kali yuga is 432,000. Adding up those 4 yugs is still not as much as 300 mill, so that is why Indras can rule many yugs.

Again. I am having doubts about this.  I highly doubt this is really written in any of the Purans. What you have written sounds a lot like what that new age Guru, Hamsa Yogi says. Don't believe everything you read on the net or these new age Gurus whose videos are circulating on YouTube.. The original Hindu scripture do not mention more than one Inder. I am not doubting that there are not  more inders. Gurbani says there are countless Inders in Gian Khand vali Pauri. But the Inder that Hundu scriptures mentions over and over again is the same Devta. This is the Inder who sits on the throne of svarg, not Indian democracy where the Pardhan Mantri changes every few years .

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49 minutes ago, Preeet said:

By saying countless Inders they are saying what was said in the previous post. It isn't true that hindu scriptures only mention 1 Inder, considering if you read the history of Sri Vaman Avatar ji, it will clearly say there is another Inder. & the first Inder himself was Sri Vishnu ji in another roop. This is nothing to be confused about, change is normal in our sansar. & of course the Inder mentioned the most so far will be about the current Inder regarding this universe. Vishnu Puran is a major hindu scripture read by so many people, it is serious, not from some neo guru.

if the info you present is true that means the same Inder is still reigning in Svarg and has not been changed yet in the last 4 yugs. So I stand corrected why we should not have our kids named after Manu. In Chandi Di Vaar it is mentioned that after he was beaten up by the Rakshas army, he ran away . He then went to Durga for help. When he narrated his story, even she could not help but laugh at him. And what he did with Ahilia and Karna show's his deceitful side as well.  No wonder Hindus avoid naming their kids after him and why we should avoid it as well.  We should name our sons after puratan Sikhs. 

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2 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

part of the agenda , get punjabis to think such names are great, I have a cousin Sonali Kiran what it means is anyone's guess , and she has grown up into a very hinduised girl, her bro is Gursharan Deep and he used to have kesh now he is mona and a party dude , the eldest is Tarrunamdeep and she is very hindi dollified too ...

It is never a good idea to give daughters Hundu names or overly western names. In India you will see many Sikh army officers who have been indoctrinated (brainwashed) into Indian secularism and have become naastics as a result always name their daughters with typical Hindu names and their daughters also grow up marrying Hindu men

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