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The fat guy dude. I only say this because all the other Taksali gianis I've met have been in good shape. One of the top guys is well into Ayurveda. I can't remember his name.   

Some kathakaars I think are good    

aka Mr 20 foot Shaheed Singhs🤣,I did hear the phone recording of the janani and him🤣 But yeah, I did manage to kanth japji sahib by listening to his broken up audio recordings of each pauri.

9 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Anyone able to recommend clear and simple Jap Ji Sahib Katha, in Punjabi audio that they recommend ?

Thanks

Slightly different to what you asked, not specifically jap ji and on YouTube,  but finding these from Dharam seva records very enlightening,  search for them on YouTube and go to video section . They explain what the hukamnama means in Punjabi and English 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Anyone able to recommend clear and simple Jap Ji Sahib Katha, in Punjabi audio that they recommend ?

Thanks

Go to GurmutVeechar.com has so much katha I recommend Sant Gurbachan Singh Bhindrawale

 

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1 hour ago, Arsh1469 said:

Go to GurmutVeechar.com has so much katha I recommend Sant Gurbachan Singh Bhindrawale

 

I don't find it easy to understand as my Punjabi is limited, also the quality I think is not clear. 

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2 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I don't find it easy to understand as my Punjabi is limited, also the quality I think is not clear. 

My go to in these situations is a slow recital by Giani Thakur Singh - even if he did allegedly try and kiss some janani.  

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7 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I don't find it easy to understand as my Punjabi is limited, also the quality I think is not clear. 

Listen to SGGS academy they do good katha in simple Punjabi.

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15 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

My go to in these situations is a slow recital by Giani Thakur Singh - even if he did allegedly try and kiss some janani.  

aka Mr 20 foot Shaheed Singhs🤣,I did hear the phone recording of the janani and him🤣

But yeah, I did manage to kanth japji sahib by listening to his broken up audio recordings of each pauri.

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26 minutes ago, PuzzledToo said:

aka Mr 20 foot Shaheed Singhs🤣

I did hear the phone recording of the janani and him🤣

But yeah, I did manage to kanth japji sahib by listening to his broken up audio recordings of each pauri.

What's your point exactly ?

Given what the news and history tells us, there are two sides to every story and I would be very sceptical about   believing the woman

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3 hours ago, Premi5 said:

What's your point exactly ?

Given what the news and history tells us, there are two sides to every story and I would be very sceptical about   believing the woman

I hope you are not angry with me as it was not my intention to offend anyone.

I made that remark because I am privy to some information provided to me by a reputable source that has no reason to lie but I'm not at liberty to discuss it to protect those who are involved. Lets just leave it at this.🙏

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7 minutes ago, PuzzledToo said:

I hope you are not angry with me as it was not my intention to offend anyone.

I made that remark because I am privy to some information provided to me by a reputable source that has no reason to lie but I'm not at liberty to discuss it to protect those who are involved. Lets just leave it at this.🙏

People have agendas

I and other relatives have spent a lot of time with Giani ji, so I think there is much more to that story than came out in the media. Also, please be aware if not already, that Giani Thakur Singh Ji was very close to Sant Jarnail ji Bhindranwale

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8 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

People have agendas

I and other relatives have spent a lot of time with Giani ji, so I think there is much more to that story than came out in the media. 

So you are right and everyone else has agenda? OK noted.

8 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

Also, please be aware if not already, that Giani Thakur Singh Ji was very close to Sant Jarnail ji Bhindranwale

And? Your point?

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23 hours ago, Premi5 said:

What's your point exactly ?

Given what the news and history tells us, there are two sides to every story and I would be very sceptical about   believing the woman

Some Sikhs seem to be drawn to all the wrong people. I've said it before and I'll say it again: when you throw reason to the wind and find yourself compelled to defend the indefensible, you're on the fast track to wasting this particular janam by attaching your "life force" to such men. You will regret it, if not during life then certainly after death.

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16 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Some Sikhs seem to be drawn to all the wrong people. I've said it before and I'll say it again: when you throw reason to the wind and find yourself compelled to defend the indefensible, you're on the fast track to wasting this particular janam by attaching your "life force" to such men. You will regret it, if not during life then certainly after death.

That's your view, i will stick to mine, thank you

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Let me throw my unsolicited two rupees worth in.

In the larger scale of things, him allegedly trying to kiss some adult broad, although not good given his position, is pretty minor compared to other crap going on in the panth/world.

From what I hear, he is not allowed out of India now, so if it's a punishment you want, he got one.  

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