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200 year old sikh build being demolished tonight!!

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I'm pretty sure the forts of anandpur sahib were constructed by guru ji as well yet these babeh demolished them. 

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Baba deep singh burj  built by him. According to the article above this too was demolished by this jagtar singh baba.   So I guess that tall building you see next takt damdama sahib is not the original burj 

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

I'm pretty sure the forts of anandpur sahib were constructed by guru ji as well yet these babeh demolished them. 

 

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This Taksali Singh denounces the Babas that demolished the Deori and the SPGC that allowed him to do so. He also says that it's the normal operating procedure of the SGPC to do something like this, then when the Sangat cries out, they "suspends" a manager or transfers him someplace to placate the Sangat. All lies.

He also says the Babas hands should be smashed. Finally that every modification of a historical building should be published in the newspapers in advance.

 

 

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15 hours ago, BhForce said:

This Taksali Singh denounces the Babas that demolished the Deori and the SPGC that allowed him to do so. He also says that it's the normal operating procedure of the SGPC to do something like this, then when the Sangat cries out, they "suspends" a manager or transfers him someplace to placate the Sangat. All lies.

He also says the Babas hands should be smashed. Finally that every modification of a historical building should be published in the newspapers in advance.

 

 

Don't they have any sort of planning permission/listed buildings type thing going on over there? 

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On 4/7/2019 at 10:21 PM, BhForce said:

This Taksali Singh denounces the Babas that demolished the Deori and the SPGC that allowed him to do so. He also says that it's the normal operating procedure of the SGPC to do something like this, then when the Sangat cries out, they "suspends" a manager or transfers him someplace to placate the Sangat. All lies.

He also says the Babas hands should be smashed. Finally that every modification of a historical building should be published in the newspapers in advance.

With the recent replacing of the Door of the Sri Harmandir Sahib Darshani Deori and now this incident, hopefully it will stop.

They all denounce it now because it has been made public and majority of the Panth is against them. These Kar Sevaks have been under with SGPC for over 4 decades now destroying our heritage, but these guys never said a word. Where was Dhumma (who has a large influence in SGPC in the past decade) when these decisions were made?

This is SGPC's fault, they authorized these Kar Sevaks to do the damage they did. The SGPC is frantically trying to fix its image by blaming the Babas, but reality is that the blame goes on them. The Kar Seva Babas are just contractors.

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800 year old cathedral in Paris blew up into a flames and it's everywhere in the media, everyone's talking about the loss and people around the world including celebs have donated millions to restore the building. Iv read articles describing people standing outside and crying. Many articles online about the historical importance and the loss and how iconic the place was.  The governemnt has called out for international arctitects to repair the place. Just shows you how different cultures value their heritage. 

It's bad how 800s years of history just went up in flames, but it's still standing. 

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1 hour ago, FreshMind13 said:

 

Are you trying to say that there are some among us (maybe mostly those who aren't on this discussion board) who won't care at all that our heritage is being deliberately destroyed, but will get into a huff about some other nation's heritage buildings being destroyed?

If so, I agree with you. It's the same mentality that leads us to cry for Darfur, Tibet, or whatever, and not a bit for our people in Punjab.

(Not saying that it was a good thing for either Notre Dame or the Deori to be destroyed.)

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