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Just now, Suchi said:

I don't see that it makes any difference as his sons themselves wanted to fight and asked their father's permission.  That is enough in Indian custom. 

Even in the Paanth some things are expected of everyone and everything is expected of some. Those of who everything is expected have specific requirements and initiations. 

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This is said to be the most authentic painting of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. It’s said that Mai Bhago painted/commissioned this painting and it’s kept in the puratan saroop of Sri Sarbloh Granth at Sri Haz

Brits medaled so hard that they made Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj the Guru? Please provide that info. If we had a living Guru we would know lol. We can look at the tension between the Tat Khalsa a

Yeah you can't take these puratan paintings literally, also depending on which part of the Pahari regions the painting was done in the features and eye shapes were painted very differently, each regio

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1 minute ago, Suchi said:

Have any in contemporary Sikhism displayed any magical powers that you know of? 

Those are experienced by many of many backgrounds but rarely publically. And the smart ones recognize they witnessed Akal not themselves. 

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People forget that the Sikh kaum has our oral history that was passed down and still present within the Dal Panth. It was only because of the initiatives of Akaali Baba Rattan Singh Ji Bhangu, the grandson of Akaali Baba Mehtab Singh Ji Bhangu, with the panth parkash along with other historical texts at the time was that this stuff was documented. Think about it. The fact that people try and claim Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj, the one who sacrificed his entire family for the Khalsa panth would remain hidden and leave his beloved panth without guidance is absurd. Especially considering the fact that something as important such as the passing of the Guruship wouldn't have gone unknown. 

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38 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

If we had a living Guru we would know lol

I sent him a book in another debunking that claim of living gurus after Dasam Patshah

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3 minutes ago, intrigued said:

I sent him a book in another debunking that claim of living gurus after Dasam Patshah

He could also read SRI GUR SOBHA by Kavi Sainapati, one of the court poets of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj, who literally dedicates entire sections praising Maharaj after he leaves for Sachkhand. 

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8 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

He could also read SRI GUR SOBHA by Kavi Sainapati, one of the court poets of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj who literally dedicates entire sections praising Maharaj after he leaves for Sachkhand. 

Here's an English version: https://sikhinstitute.org/sri_gursobha.pdf

 

Haven't read it tho 🙃

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17 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

Just seen a couple of his posts. Reminds of these Hindu lot on twitter. Bold claims. 

Yea lol he put a lot of posts that make me do a double take

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On 8/5/2020 at 10:05 PM, jassa said:

Guru Hargobind sahib's suche moti kundals (white pearl ear rings) are still kept at toshe khana of harimander sahib along with 100s of Gurus personal items. Kundals of Guru Har Rai are still with Ram Rai's descendants.

Ram Rai was sent away by Guru ji in his youth never seen again , I doubt that he packed Guru ji's jewllery  be careful of such claims as we have been told to stay away from dhirmaliays, Ram raiyas along with nakli nirankaris and naamdharis

 

 

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4 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Ram Rai was sent away by Guru ji in his youth never seen again , I doubt that he packed Guru ji's jewllery  be careful of such claims as we have been told to stay away from dhirmaliays, Ram raiyas along with nakli nirankaris and naamdharis

 

 

You are joking right ? Let me tell you what else is in Guru Ram Rai darbar dehradun ... Shasters and kalgi of Guru HarGobind Sahib .... Hand written pothi of Bhai Gurdas copied from 1st Sroop of Guru Granth Sahib .... Hand written hukanama and a teer of Guru Gobind Singh given to Ram Rai and yes Kundal Dress and Joda of Guru Har Rai Sahib. Should we disown these treasures because they are with Ram Raiyas ?

Do you know the Guru Granth Sahib compiled by Guru Arjun Dev is with Dhirmaliyas even today should it be disowned as well ?

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Correction - Just checked there is no hukamnama but Signature of Dasmesh Pita on one of the hand written pothi kept at Guru Ram Rai Darbar and some of the items shown to sangat every year during Jhanda Mela which is currently going on till 21st April.

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2 hours ago, Suchi said:

Brother, you are using the Naamdharis as a source who have already been debunked. There is a whole website debunking their claims. You can literally read Sri Gur Sobha by Kavi Chandra Sain Sainapati, one of the 52 poets of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj's court poets. He details the leaving of Maharaj in Nanded. One of the brothers here provided you multiple sources yet you decide to use Naamdhari sources, same people who made Sant Baba Ram Singh, who was in fact a dedicated GurSikh, into their "Guru" during his exile and eventual death. 

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