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Sikhism as a community is one of the richest in terms of martyrs. Looking at our own history, especially of the 18th century , one would have thought that with so many martyrs , we might have had a bigger success in the temporal domain.

But today , forget about spreading our dominion in a number of countries, we don't even have one. Well atleast the jews have israel. 

But Sikhs have a history richer than Jews I reckon, atleast in sense of martyrdom. We remember them everyday in our ardas "Jinna Singha Singhnia ne dharam het sis dite , Band Band kataye , Khopria luhaiya, Charkhadiya te chadhe" all are prime examples of jewels of the Sikh community from 18th century. 

To be a Shaheed , a martyr was in itself such a hallowed position , higher than being an emperor . 

But I wonder where did all that blood of martyrs go ? Or is it still somewhere ? I mean in a mystical sense. Wait let me explain.

Jesus died and his followers were fed to lions for roughly 2 centuries until they finally conquered rome by converting emperor to christianity . But then ever since christianity spread by tip of sword

Islam struggled in earlier years , but later on it too covered swathes of territory and spread by tip of swords.

Hindus have dominated indian subcontinent since antiquity it seems.

But what about the sikhs ?  Why were we not able to spread our religion ? why didn't god bless sikhi with many nations  as he blessed the hindus, muslims and christians ?

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

But what about the sikhs ?  Why were we not able to spread our religion ? why didn't god bless sikhi with many nations  as he blessed the hindus, muslims and christians ?

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ

Bhai Sahib, Waheguru has blessed the world with Sikhi. Sikhi is Waheguru ji's gift to us and look, we are growing. Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaaj said ਰਾਜ ਕਰੇਗਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ. The Khalsa will rule the whole world, Maharaaj said it so it will be true. Right now the problem is we are not doing much. Waheguru has blessed Dharam into the world and the Christians, Muslims actually did something to convert people. Right now we need to do Parchar and people will be like Wow, where were you people hiding all this time?

So just remember we are spreading and now, Basics of Sikhi for example.

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In sau sakhi it says sikhi is gnna finish in South Asia but the sikhs in the West are then gnna carry the flag of sikhi, so maybe that's the direction we are heading ...

Don't know what the sangats position is with the sau sakhis... 

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10 hours ago, puzzled said:

In sau sakhi it says sikhi is gnna finish in South Asia but the sikhs in the West are then gnna carry the flag of sikhi, so maybe that's the direction we are heading ...

Don't know what the sangats position is with the sau sakhis... 

It's a fairy tale.

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11 hours ago, puzzled said:

In sau sakhi it says sikhi is gnna finish in South Asia but the sikhs in the West are then gnna carry the flag of sikhi, so maybe that's the direction we are heading ...

Don't know what the sangats position is with the sau sakhis... 

There's an interesting sakhi in Bhangu's Panth Prakash where Guru ji asks Singhs where they want to rule and they say Panjab, where their lands are, and Guru ji laments their small thinking and says that these Singhs will rule here but others in future will rule abroad. 

I don't know how true the sakhi is, but it is interesting given the topic at hand.  

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On Thursday, March 07, 2019 at 3:40 PM, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

But what about the sikhs ?  Why were we not able to spread our religion ?

why didn't god bless sikhi with many nations  as he blessed the hindus, muslims and christians ?

Hello Brother,

I think we are a bit confused just as any other neighbour´s son.

The thing is, Sikhee is not meant to flourish as per worldly views or community, for sikhee is a path for personal growth in order to merge and become one with Waheguru.

This is the main difference between other dharmas and sikhee, but as we do nothing to mature spiritually as per the teachings of our Guru sahiban, we mistakenly take a totally different direction like others.

If the Bani says, everything is koor, and maya, why would Guru Sahiban want us to get entangled with this paraphernalia?

Their intention was to detach us from alll this koor and unite us with Him. That was their purpose, so let us not undervalue and misuse their pure paviter teachings, due to our petty mindedness.

Stay blessed.

Sat Sree Akal.

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6 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

There's an interesting sakhi in Bhangu's Panth Prakash where Guru ji asks Singhs where they want to rule and they say Panjab, where their lands are, and Guru ji laments their small thinking and says that these Singhs will rule here but others in future will rule abroad. 

I don't know how true the sakhi is, but it is interesting given the topic at hand.  

I really want to read that. 

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11 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I really want to read that. 

I'm going to dig up and post a few things like that in the next few days - I've been meaning to for yonks but haven't got around to it. Hold tight and with Guru ji's kirpa. 

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19 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I'm going to dig up and post a few things like that in the next few days - I've been meaning to for yonks but haven't got around to it. Hold tight and with Guru ji's kirpa. 

Ok thanks

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On 3/8/2019 at 1:42 AM, puzzled said:

In sau sakhi it says sikhi is gnna finish in South Asia but the sikhs in the West are then gnna carry the flag of sikhi, so maybe that's the direction we are heading ...

Don't know what the sangats position is with the sau sakhis... 

Fairy tail.. .

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22 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

There's an interesting sakhi in Bhangu's Panth Prakash where Guru ji asks Singhs where they want to rule and they say Panjab, where their lands are, and Guru ji laments their small thinking and says that these Singhs will rule here but others in future will rule abroad. 

I don't know how true the sakhi is, but it is interesting given the topic at hand.  

Can you give me sources here ? I have Panth parkash in 2 pdf , but couldn't find anything about what you're saying ?

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On 3/8/2019 at 2:09 PM, puzzled said:

I really want to read that. 

 

On 3/9/2019 at 6:01 AM, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Can you give me sources here ? I have Panth parkash in 2 pdf , but couldn't find anything about what you're saying ?

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^^^

Yet again, I look into a pre-annexation Sikh text and am just shocked at the sophistication of the contents. Much more detailed and honest than what was later published during the SIngh Sabha lehar in my opinion. 

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