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6 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

Yes

How often do they do amrit sanchars there? I speak to him and he will organize one?

I mean I think being in BDUK is enough for me at the moment, but we will see.

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6 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

How often do they do amrit sanchars there? I speak to him and he will organize one?

I mean I think being in BDUK is enough for me at the moment, but we will see.

Didnt you already take amrit? Why do you need to take it again?

 

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2 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

Didnt you already take amrit? Why do you need to take it again?

 

That's why I said that being in Budha Dal UK is just enough for me..

but maybe in the future if anyone wants to receive amrit from them

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5 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

That's why I said that being in Budha Dal UK is just enough for me..

but maybe in the future if anyone wants to receive amrit from them

Once you take amrit from taksal,nihang, sgpc etc you dont need to take it again

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1 minute ago, Singh123456777 said:

Once you take amrit from taksal,nihang, sgpc etc you dont need to take it again

Satbachan Ji

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48 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Satbachan Ji

but i thought you were in Canada? Why you come to UK and want to be budha dal? Me no understanding.

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1 hour ago, Guest tomatosingh said:

but i thought you were in Canada? Why you come to UK and want to be budha dal? Me no understanding.

I am in the UK, and I do seva in Budha Dal UK

Me no from Canada

 

Edit: Why is your name 'tomatosingh'.

Stealing my identity now, huh?

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39 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Edit: Why is your name 'tomatosingh'.

Stealing my identity now, huh?

Potato is coming next probably. 

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1 hour ago, simran345 said:

Tomato potato get it?

Ohh lol yh yh I get it now

I was talking about how its quite similar to monatosingh but I didn't catch that one.

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6 hours ago, Singh123456777 said:

Once you take amrit from taksal,nihang, sgpc etc you dont need to take it again

that's interesting, but say someone took amrit from a jathebandi or committee that Nihang Singh consider malesh, sirr-muni or Bhasaurias would the Nihangs accept them?

OR let's do an extreme example, during the misl period or before, let's say a Mughal/Afghan/British spy pretended to be amrit dhari and tried to enter the dals, what would have happened? I have even read examples of hogs legs or hogs blood being given before pahul to stop spies becoming amrit dhari. Then I also heard of British Indian army soldiers being given amrit where they had to promise loyalty to the British King or Queen.

I know we are not really at war, besides maybe politically, but still I am trying to think of it practically.

But let's be serious for a moment, if the panj pyarai giving the amrit at that time aren't serious with the bana rehit and are just dressing up, what are they going to teach to the Singhs taking amrit? I am sure there used to be some form of exclusivity of who could be given Pahul in the past, it was only given to those that were capable - not like SGPC....

And when I mean capable, it can also mean capable of learning. After all, sikhi and gurmat is also about learning.

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43 minutes ago, ipledgeblue said:

that's interesting, but say someone took amrit from a jathebandi or committee that Nihang Singh consider malesh, sirr-muni or Bhasaurias would the Nihangs accept them?

OR let's do an extreme example, during the misl period or before, let's say a Mughal/Afghan/British spy pretended to be amrit dhari and tried to enter the dals, what would have happened? I have even read examples of hogs legs or hogs blood being given before pahul to stop spies becoming amrit dhari. Then I also heard of British Indian army soldiers being given amrit where they had to promise loyalty to the British King or Queen.

I know we are not really at war, besides maybe politically, but still I am trying to think of it practically.

But let's be serious for a moment, if the panj pyarai giving the amrit at that time aren't serious with the bana rehit and are just dressing up, what are they going to teach to the Singhs taking amrit? I am sure there used to be some form of exclusivity of who could be given Pahul in the past, it was only given to those that were capable - not like SGPC....

And when I mean capable, it can also mean capable of learning. After all, sikhi and gurmat is also about learning.

I think it just depends on the person, if they want to live with the rehat and do seva in the Dal they are in.

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4 hours ago, monatosingh said:

I am in the UK, and I do seva in Budha Dal UK

Me no from Canada

 

Edit: Why is your name 'tomatosingh'.

Stealing my identity now, huh?

Me no steal anything in my life. Tomato>Monato

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