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Can one of the siane Singhs on here shed some light on rehat of doing seva after peshi and completing tankha.

If someone takes amrit as a child/teenager, commits a bujjar kurehit and completes peshi / tankha as an adult, what sevas are they restricted from doing?

I heard they cannot do seva in punj during amrit sachar, does this stand for above scenario as well (taking amrit in young age and peshi as adult)? What about pahradar or granthi during amrit sachar?

What about receiving Panja di degh after diwan? Seva in panj for nishan sahib seva or making a gurmatta?

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