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Which maryada for preparing Amrit is the one guru sahib used?


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Sorry I am not trying to cause any fights but I have a question. I’m not much of a jathebandi guy because high avastha gursikhs are in every jathebandi, but a question popped into my mind. What maryada of preparing Amrit is the one Sahib Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji used? I understand that Sant Jarnail Singh Ji approved of the SGPC rehit maryada, but here’s my problem. Taksali Maryada states that a Shri Sahib has to be kept of the edge of the batta while stirring the Amrit with a khanda in the right hand, and these two are to be passed with the Shri sahib remaining at the edge and the khanda remaining in the Amrit.. SGPC only mentions a khanda being used, and from what I know, Buddha Dal has all of the panj pyare having their shri sahib drawn and on the edge of the batta while one pyara stirs the Amrit with a khanda in their right hand. I also know that SGPC shortens some bani while the Amrit is being prepared. My question is, because I am taking Amrit in a few months time if I don’t fall from my rehit, what jathebandi should I take amrit from? Should I just take amrit from whatever gurdwara is closest and follow their rehit? I am utterly confused at this. Is one type of amrit sanchar parvaan and the other isn’t? Should I just get over differences and just worry on taking amrit?

 

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At the end of the day, it doesn't really matter all that much. However, it honestly depends on where your views align if you're looking at this from a jathebandi perspective. My personal beliefs cause me to align more with Dal Panth/Hazur Sahib Maryada, so I naturally gravitate towards them. Also, these Singhs don't shorten the bani so I would go with them. The Taksal would also be a great place as well.

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While im at it, do kakkars have to be sarabloh? Can they be steel or some other metal? If they can be other metals, why were there not kards (olden time kirpans) that were not copper or gold? 

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