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The Mandir you're talking about I think is Baba Balak Nath. I have been there a few times. This Mandir does have different vibe to it. The main baba of the Mandir is some character. I have seen him beat up this guy who was possed by evil sprits. The guy was acting like a bull whilst the Baba was beating the evil spirits out of him.the pray hall was full at the time and everyone was watching this calmly lol, I can't say if this worked or not but I do believe in evil spirits curses etc. (but thats a whole different topic for different thread )

 

 

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On 9/16/2019 at 7:14 PM, Punjabiwolves said:

The Mandir you're talking about I think is Baba Balak Nath. I have been there a few times. This Mandir does have different vibe to it. The main baba of the Mandir is some character. I have seen him beat up this guy who was possed by evil sprits. The guy was acting like a bull whilst the Baba was beating the evil spirits out of him.the pray hall was full at the time and everyone was watching this calmly lol, I can't say if this worked or not but I do believe in evil spirits curses etc. (but thats a whole different topic for different thread )

Iv been to baba balak naths main shrine in himachal pradesh, i dont believe in him but my family do. I found it a bit odd!   there were two goats and we had to touch their feet and do matha tek to them!  i was bare foot and their poo was everywhere!

the main shrine was a stone. for me as a sikh it felt odd bowing down to it but i just did it lol! women were not allowed near the shrine but i guess thats because baba balak nath was a bhramchari  so to respect his abode/area   women are not allowed to go near it. 

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On 9/16/2019 at 7:14 PM, Punjabiwolves said:

The Mandir you're talking about I think is Baba Balak Nath. I have been there a few times. This Mandir does have different vibe to it. The main baba of the Mandir is some character. I have seen him beat up this guy who was possed by evil sprits. The guy was acting like a bull whilst the Baba was beating the evil spirits out of him.the pray hall was full at the time and everyone was watching this calmly lol, I can't say if this worked or not but I do believe in evil spirits curses etc. (but thats a whole different topic for different thread )

 

 

My gran one time went here but she got scared and ran out just as she went in because there were buckets at the front and people were ? in them!

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On 9/14/2019 at 9:29 PM, 1Anonymous1 said:

Basically a close family friend has asked my grandad (mona) to take them to a  mandir in Walsall for whatever reason as they don’t have a car. My dada ji has agreed to take them but it a bit unsure about the route and doesn’t have enough confidence to use the Tom Tom as it’s broken and faulty. 

I said I will go will with him and put the google maps satnav on my phone. I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with going as long as I don’t do namaskar to the moortiyan and take their parshad, I was just going to go in and sit down at the back and once they’re done come back. 

However when I told my other relatives (all are non amritdhari) they were like why are you going there? You’re not allowed to go in there! That’s wrong. 

I don’t think as a amritdhari I am doing anything wrong to go to a mandir if I just go to sit down and not worship. The only reason I am going is so that my grandad knows the route, if I was going to pray and seek advice from a pandit or do pooja would be different. 

Am I committing a sin? Would like to know sangats view

(I know there has been a recent “Hindu Sikh” thread, this has got nothing to do with that).

Guru Nanak went to Mecca. Your friends are sorely misinformed. 

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