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I am a 12 year old amritdhari sikh. I live in India in June I broke my femur and had a operation my kes'so  beadvice was done I didn't Knew about my operation should I have to retake Amrit.....:/................

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Yes, even though it wasn't your fault just re-take amrit and explain to the panj-pyare that you had a operation.

Hope you're alright now though :) 

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Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help 

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1 hour ago, Kaur72 said:

Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help 

It depends on what type of lifestyle you want to have. Nihangs have a different lifestyle to AKJ (example).

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According to Sikh Rehat Maryada, if it was unintentional and you were not aware then you have not broken your amrit.

If you knew it was going to happen then yes, retake amrit.

 

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20 hours ago, Kaur72 said:

Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help 

The Khalsa is the best jatha.

The Khalsa is a form of the Guru, and we all decided as a panth to pick Sikh Rehat Maryada as the official minimum rehat that any Sikh from any jatha should follow.

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On 29/12/2017 at 12:32 PM, Kaur72 said:

Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help 

On could say that nihangs were actually started by 6 patshaah when he introduced akaal cena, but the very first nihang is baba fateh singh sahibzaada for more info just read salok dumalle da. The nihangs are one of the oldest “jathebandi” nihangs are Khalsa but due to all these new jathebandia coming through we have to make it a separate jathebandi. Don’t forget that the famous baba deep singh of taksal was a nihang farladhari of shaheedi misl tarna dal. Nihangs are the warriors of guru gobind singh, dasam patshaah described them as ladli fauj (my beloved army) unfortunately nihangs nowadays have not lived up to their ancestors.  

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On ‎29‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 12:32 PM, Kaur72 said:

Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help 

I wouldn't go for missionarys.

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28 minutes ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

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I wouldn't go for missionarys.

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Would u plz mention the reason. I’m not going to go for them either but just want to know what’s wrong with them or any other jatha.. I’m thinking about damdami Taksal or budha dal. thanks

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20 minutes ago, Kaur72 said:

Would u plz mention the reason. I’m not going to go for them either but just want to know what’s wrong with them or any other jatha.. I’m thinking about damdami Taksal or budha dal. thanks

They do not believe in Naam. There's not even any point mentioning the rest. They are atheists phenji.

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20 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

They do not believe in Naam. There's not even any point mentioning the rest. They are atheists phenji.

They also do not uphold rehat.

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52 minutes ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

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They also do not uphold rehat.

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Thank u ji 🙏🏻

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6 hours ago, Kaur72 said:

Thank u ji 🙏🏻

Rehat is very important because Guru Ji said that our rehat is pyari to Him. I will try to find the pangti. It's ok we will help you if you have any more questions. :) 

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I highly suggest to stay away from Missionaries.

They are against amritvela and kakkar rehat.

They are completely anti-gurmat.

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