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Why Did The Amritdhari Singh Cut His Hair & Start Doing Drugs?

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I had no idea these guys were Canadian!

 

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6 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I had no idea these guys were Canadian!

 

its in their intro sarlohi Singhs of Toronto, they seem to be a refreshing channel in terms of increasing peoples sikhi knowledge and vocab , they are riling nastiks up no end like Harnek the NZ haramghor

 

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I know this has nothing to do with this topic, but I have a question. So, when I comb my hair, tuns of dead kes fall out, so what should I do with the hair that comes out? Should I just throw it away or do something else?

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1 hour ago, akaaliKhalsa1699 said:

I know this has nothing to do with this topic, but I have a question. So, when I comb my hair, tuns of dead kes fall out, so what should I do with the hair that comes out? Should I just throw it away or do something else?

you should keep them and when there is enough of a collection do agan bhet after ardas, same with broken kanghas (can do together)

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I really like these guys and their organization a lot. One question in terms of what they're saying is that roop isn't really recognizable that the dastar is smaller and without shastar and chakra, but they also seem to reference the Khanda...but isn't that itself a modernish addition?

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from my personal experience and of few around me, there're divine punishments on earth itself for breaking amrit vows. Breaking amrit makes one's life difficult for few years atleast. 

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Just a side note: Ain't seen the whole video yet and it is a fascinating subject but these brothers don't seem to be aware of the 'moderness' of the Khanda symbol and seem to think it is puratan, when most of us should know what the original Khalsa nishaan is by now - 

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But the Shastars contained in the Khanda symbol are all Puratan Sikh Shastars i.e. miri piri kirpans on the sides, khanda in the middle and a chakr.

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I received this video link recently thought why not share it. It’s a great channel to watch, full of guidance for every Sikh around the world. It’s a must for Sikh women to watch and learn from this video, for the way they dress these days is simply appalling. I am fully aware that it’s not really related to the topic in discussion at the moment so please don’t let this offend you.

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17 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you should keep them and when there is enough of a collection do agan bhet after ardas, same with broken kanghas (can do together)

How ‘bad ‘ is it to use a broken kangha?

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3 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

How ‘bad ‘ is it to use a broken kangha?

It’s not ideal, put it that way. They are cheap so might as well replace them if they break

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17 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you should keep them and when there is enough of a collection do agan bhet after ardas, same with broken kanghas (can do together)

Agree 🙏🏼

Ardas should include offering thanks to Guru Ji for giving us kes. By doing agan bhet we are ‘returning’ our kes to Guru Ji 

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The thread title sounds like the beginning of an off-color and depressing joke but in the style of the old, "Why did the chicken cross the road?" type of things.

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16 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

from my personal experience and of few around me, there're divine punishments on earth itself for breaking amrit vows. Breaking amrit makes one's life difficult for few years atleast. 

Would u mind sharing any experiences? 

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11 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Just a side note: Ain't seen the whole video yet and it is a fascinating subject but these brothers don't seem to be aware of the 'moderness' of the Khanda symbol and seem to think it is puratan, when most of us should know what the original Khalsa nishaan is by now - 

-NHnw6F0sMHghfdy4dAne8LAw_E8rMETc8neMY04

 

8 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

But the Shastars contained in the Khanda symbol are all Puratan Sikh Shastars i.e. miri piri kirpans on the sides, khanda in the middle and a chakr.

I like both these answers. Thank you both. 

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