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ਧਿਆਨ ਨਾਲ ਸੁਣਿਉ ਨਕਲੀ ਗਲਾਸਾਂ ਦੀ ਅਸਲੀ ਕਹਾਣੀ Fake?


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Singh is shouting and a bit loud but he has a good point! The entire city of Sirhind was blown up and demolished by Banda Singh Bahadur. Apart from a few tombs and mosques the entire city was razed down, then where did they find the 2 drinking cups from? Baba Moti Ram Mehra ji and his children and wife were arrested, tortured and killed by putting them into a oil press    Chote Sahibzade were made shaheed and so was Mata Gujjri,   later the entire city was demolished by Banda Singh Bahadur, you can even see images of the ruins of the mughal palaces on google,  so who found the cups! ? 

The Singh in the video makes a good point  were did the 2 cups come from?  it could just be another money making scheme.

story of Chote Sahibzade is very close to our hearts  so perhaps we have never questioned the authenticity of the cups and other artifacts.  Plus where is mata Gujjri jis cup!   

anyone know anything about this .....  ?

 

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This is similar to the way that the medieval churches and abbeys used to suddenly start to display pieces of wood from the 'true cross' on which Jesus was crucified in order to gain the status of a pilgrimage site and thus receive donations from rich Christians as well as benefit from the pilgrim traffic.

I remember some years ago the one of the descendants of Rai Kalha came to England to display the Ganga Sagar and many foolish Sikhs were making large donations as well as some women gifting their gold jewellery as 'charawa' to the Ganga Sagar. Such manmat was openly allowed by the Sikh organisation that had invited the owners of the Ganga Sagar to come to the UK. I would estimate that these descendants of Rai Kalha must have made hundreds of thousands of pounds from their visit. Now if you look at it rationally, did the Guru gift the Ganga Sagar so that the descendants of Rai Kalha would be able to leach money off the Sikhs in future? 

Also why do we attach any great respect for these descendants? This also is manmat. By all means we should respect the original Rai Kalha because of his association with Guru Gobind Singh but his descendants have never  done anything significant for the Sikhs. The Sikhs of old were never the sentimental fools that we have become since 1947. Maharaja Ranjit Singh didn't think twice before he annexed the territory of the descendants of Rai Kalha in order to further his version of Khalsa Raj. He did exactly the same thing with the Malerkotla Nawab's territory. 

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3 minutes ago, proactive said:

This is similar to the way that the medieval churches and abbeys used to suddenly start to display pieces of wood from the 'true cross' on which Jesus was crucified in order to gain the status of a pilgrimage site and thus receive donations from rich Christians as well as benefit from the pilgrim traffic.

I remember some years ago the one of the descendants of Rai Kalha came to England to display the Ganga Sagar and many foolish Sikhs were making large donations as well as some women gifting their gold jewellery as 'charawa' to the Ganga Sagar. Such manmat was openly allowed by the Sikh organisation that had invited the owners of the Ganga Sagar to come to the UK. I would estimate that these descendants of Rai Kalha must have made hundreds of thousands of pounds from their visit. Now if you look at it rationally, did the Guru gift the Ganga Sagar so that the descendants of Rai Kalha would be able to leach money off the Sikhs in future? 

Also why do we attach any great respect for these descendants? This also is manmat. By all means we should respect the original Rai Kalha because of his association with Guru Gobind Singh but his descendants have never  done anything significant for the Sikhs. The Sikhs of old were never the sentimental fools that we have become since 1947. Maharaja Ranjit Singh didn't think twice before he annexed the territory of the descendants of Rai Kalha in order to further his version of Khalsa Raj. He did exactly the same thing with the Malerkotla Nawab's territory. 

Maharaja Ranjit Singh had his own weaknesses

Notably soft spot for Hindus at the expenses of Sikh interests. His many concubines even commited sati on his funeral pyre. 

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6 hours ago, proactive said:

This is similar to the way that the medieval churches and abbeys used to suddenly start to display pieces of wood from the 'true cross' on which Jesus was crucified in order to gain the status of a pilgrimage site and thus receive donations from rich Christians as well as benefit from the pilgrim traffic.

This is exactly what it reminded me of. Kings and priests from Europe  used to go to the middle east to being back things associated with jesus and place them in the cathedrals  just to draw in pilgrims.   Things like the thorns from the crown, the nails, cross etc    a lot of these objects have been tested and all of them date back to around 1000 yrs after the death of jesus lol.

Regardless of religion all these corrupt preists play the same tricks 

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