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Does anyone know if Bhai dharam Singh nihang of sach Khoj academy has gone to akal takht for pesh as  I know they declare him tankhaiya a few years back. Just wondering is he still considered tankhaiya? Has he been excommunicated or considered part of panth?

 

I quite like his veechars

 

Nihang Singhs don't seem to have an issue as he was at a nihang event in 2018 https://youtu.be/fw_zLnhlQ0s

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6 hours ago, singhsince1981 said:

Can you google?

That's ironic considering the number of questions you posed here to the Sangat, each of which you could have googled.

Except that asking certain questions certain ways was the point though right?

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7 hours ago, TuhadaDaas said:

Does anyone know?

I don't know Veer Ji. But be patient. There is a substantial chance someone here will know. 

The information you're seeking isn't simply found via google but I have enjoyed reading about Bhai Dharam Singh Ji looking. 

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On 1/19/2021 at 10:14 AM, TuhadaDaas said:

Does anyone know if Bhai dharam Singh nihang of sach Khoj academy has gone to akal takht for pesh as  I know they declare him tankhaiya a few years back. Just wondering is he still considered tankhaiya? Has he been excommunicated or considered part of panth?

 

I quite like his veechars

 

Nihang Singhs don't seem to have an issue as he was at a nihang event in 2018 https://youtu.be/fw_zLnhlQ0s

Why was he declared tankhaiya? His work seems respectable and even includes calling out some difficult personalities. 

From what I can read that is a solid Singh bro. 

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https://www.panthic.org/articles/5433

 

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Kathakar Nihang Dharam Singh of the Sach-Khoj Academy, Khanna, had been repeatedly summoned to appear at Sri Akal Takht Sahib before the Singh Sahibans for remarks he made on an overseas radio talk show undermining the legitimacy and supremacy of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

After not appearing as directed, Dharam Singh was consequently declared a "tankhaiya" for making the offensive remarks and ignoring the summons sent from Sri Akal Takht Sahib.

https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/chandigarh/no-one-should-be-denied-entry-in-gurdwaras-2/

 

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The Sikh clerics on Wednesday decided to excommunicate Bhai Dharam Singh Nihang from Sikh Panth for uploading on YouTube a controversial conversation on Sher-e-Punjab radio that raised many ifs and buts over Guru Granth Sahib.

Still does not say what he said about Guru Granth Sahib.

IS he from Budha Dal or Tarna Dal?

Regardless, for a Nihang Singh , Budha Dal Jathedaar is same as Akal Takth Jathedaar. So going pesh to the SGPC/government sponsored stand-in Akal Takht Jathedaar does not make sense, except for formalities such as how Baba Santa Singh Akal did.

 

 

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He is a heretic. His views are very missionary like. Only difference between him and missionaries is that he believes in Dasam Granth while missionaries don't. But otherwise their beliefs, ideology is identical. From my interaction with Dharm Singh's chellas online, they are worse than missionaries. They insult our Shaheeds especially if that Shaheed is associated with the Taksal. 

They just look like Nihangs, but there is absolutely nothing Nihang like about them. Wolves in sheep's clothing. Dharam Singh also has close relations with prominent missionaries. They invite him to give lectures to their so called college since their heretical ideology is the same

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What I meant above, on the surface of things, that I liked...

I like that he supports Dasam Granth

I like that he dressed down Yogi whoever from 3ho. 

I like that he has demonitized, or not relied on money for, what he does. 

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5 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

He is a heretic. His views are very missionary like. Only difference between him and missionaries is that he believes in Dasam Granth while missionaries don't. But otherwise their beliefs, ideology is identical. From my interaction with Dharm Singh's chellas online, they are worse than missionaries. They insult our Shaheeds especially if that Shaheed is associated with the Taksal. 

They just look like Nihangs, but there is absolutely nothing Nihang like about them. Wolves in sheep's clothing. Dharam Singh also has close relations with prominent missionaries. They invite him to give lectures to their so called college since their heretical ideology is the same

Very interesting. 

Which Shaheeds did he disrespect?

That's the stuff I dont like

What kind of ideology have you encountered that's in line with missionaries?

I'm still ignorant of what missionaries are to a degree but getting an idea. 

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1 hour ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Very interesting. 

Which Shaheeds did he disrespect?

That's the stuff I dont like

What kind of ideology have you encountered that's in line with missionaries?

I'm still ignorant of what missionaries are to a degree but getting an idea. 

They don't believe in any of the core Sikh beliefs. They don't believe in Naam Simran, Amritvela, concept of reincarnation or even concept of bad or good Karmas (paap or Punn) in relation to reincarnation. They talk against doing Yatra to historical Gurdwaras. Whenever Gurbani mentions anything they don't agree with they call it metaphor.

His Chellas are the worst people I have encountered. Worse than missionaries. I have encountered his Chellas who insult Kharku Singhs on Facebook. Dharma is a GOI agent like Dhandri.

 

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4 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

They don't believe in any of the core Sikh beliefs. They don't believe in Naam Simran, Amritvela, concept of reincarnation or even concept of bad or good Karmas (paap or Punn) in relation to reincarnation. They talk against doing Yatra to historical Gurdwaras. Whenever Gurbani mentions anything they don't agree with they call it metaphor.

His Chellas are the worst people I have encountered. Worse than missionaries. I have encountered his Chellas who insult Kharku Singhs on Facebook. Dharma is a GOI agent like Dhandri.

 

Skirt. ..... ... ..Hold up. ....

Shukria Veer Ji. I appreciate that response. 

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