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Harmonium is not what our guru sahib jee used. However, i have no quarrel whether to use it to not as long as focus is 100% being devoted to Gurbani. 

In Sikh culture, salwar kameez and kurta pajama is also not our culture either. Not many ppl are aware of this.

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On 5/27/2022 at 12:32 PM, Guest gurdev said:

jathdar says harmonium will be  out with 3 year 

Is that enough time for someone who has been using other recognised instruments for their whole working life, to learn another instrument ?

 

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20 hours ago, S1ngh said:

Harmonium is not what our guru sahib jee used. However, i have no quarrel whether to use it to not as long as focus is 100% being devoted to Gurbani. 

In Sikh culture, salwar kameez and kurta pajama is also not our culture either. Not many ppl are aware of this.

Interesting. Why isn’t Kurta cultural? 

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3 hours ago, 5aaban said:

Most men wore a Chadara especially in rural areas but there was a churidaar style Pajama around (though not popular). Sometimes in summers, men in rural areas just wrapped a large white sheet around the top half instead of wearing a Kurta (which was worn in winter).  Some men also viewed it as "foolish" to wear a Pajama and the term was used as an insult. 

What one wore also depended on their community and region in Panjab.

I think Pajama was introduced way before the 70s, more likely in the 30s or 40s. 

Sialkot city in the early 20th century. Some men can be seen wearing a pajama-like garment. 

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Maharaja Hira Singh of Nabha in 1890s wearing a Churidaar style Pajama. I saw a few photos of men around Amritsar wearing this style too in the early 1900s. image.png.abcdfd21f57278267f72a953955759dc.png

Interesting. The reason why I'm saying around the 70s, is because my Mom was telling me all about when the modern Kurta Pajama first dropped into Panjab. Prior, everyone just wore chadras and those kurtas with shorts. 

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On 5/31/2022 at 2:58 PM, dharamyudh said:

Interesting. The reason why I'm saying around the 70s, is because my Mom was telling me all about when the modern Kurta Pajama first dropped into Panjab. Prior, everyone just wore chadras and those kurtas with shorts. 

Yes that was the time when it became popular among the masses. You're correct, pretty much everyone wore a chadara. 

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