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What happens after you die and you have kept your amrit?

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I have some burning questions:

What happens if you have kept your amrit and you die?

Where do you go after death?

Do you have an eternal "afterlife"?

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Now most people think that amrit is the end (and it isn't). They think you need to take amrit to go to sachkhand which is not entirely true. Without naam, there is no sachkhand for you. Naam jaap is a basic Sikh principle and is your personal house key to the gates of sachkhand.

There is an 'amar puri', however. Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj himself says that those who take amrit. Now the question is what the difference is between amar puri and sachkhand (the meaning of both are literally enough) but Bhai Jagraj Singh explains in this video:

 

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