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    sister we marry ourselves to Akal Purakh not another human the deal is we agree to be sangat for that person and they us , but, your human husband wasn't up to the task whereas your spiritual husband is still waiting for you to make your moves towards Him. There is a kahavat 'jis ka koi nahin hai, usska rabb hi sab kuch hai'. The shame is not yours you did no wrong so do not think that way .
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    you should keep gutka sahib in rumal size cloth of good quality , when doing paat wear a hazooria around your neck so that if you have to touch your face you can use the hazoorian to touch instead . Hands should be kept clean always and one should avoid getting spit particles from mouth anywhere near gutka so keep at arm's length . Keep the gutka wrapped and in a high , clean place
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    I can't find the katha I saw a while a ago, about Brahmgyiani signs, I can't remember the katha vachak, but found this instead: Sukhmani Sahib ji tells us about Brahmgyiani: asatpadee. Ashtapadee: barahm gi-aanee sadaa nirlayp. The God-conscious being is always unattached, jaisay jal meh kamal alayp. as the lotus in the water remains detached. barahm gi-aanee sadaa nirdokh. The God-conscious being is always unstained, jaisay soor sarab ka-o sokh. like the sun, which gives its comfort and warmth to all. barahm gi-aanee kai darisat samaan. The God-conscious being looks upon all alike, jaisay raaj rank ka-o laagai tul pavaan. like the wind, which blows equally upon the king and the poor beggar. barahm gi-aanee kai Dheeraj ayk. The God-conscious being has a steady patience, ji-o basuDhaa ko-oo khodai ko-oo chandan layp. like the earth, which is dug up by one, and anointed with sandal paste by another. barahm gi-aanee kaa ihai gunaa-o. This is the quality of the God-conscious being: naanak ji-o paavak kaa sahj subhaa-o. ||1|| O Nanak, his inherent nature is like a warming fire. ||1|| barahm gi-aanee nirmal tay nirmalaa. The God-conscious being is the purest of the pure; jaisay mail na laagai jalaa. filth does not stick to water. barahm gi-aanee kai man ho-ay pargaas. The God-conscious being’s mind is enlightened, jaisay Dhar oopar aakaas. like the sky above the earth. barahm gi-aanee kai mitar satar samaan. To the God-conscious being, friend and foe are the same. barahm gi-aanee kai naahee abhimaan. The God-conscious being has no egotistical pride. barahm gi-aanee ooch tay oochaa. The God-conscious being is the highest of the high. man apnai hai sabh tay neechaa. Within his own mind, he is the most humble of all. barahm gi-aanee say jan bha-ay. They alone become God-conscious beings, naanak jin parabh aap karay-i. ||2|| O Nanak, whom God Himself makes so. ||2|| barahm gi-aanee sagal kee reenaa. The God-conscious being is the dust of all. aatam ras barahm gi-aanee cheenaa. The God-conscious being knows the nature of the soul. barahm gi-aanee kee sabh oopar ma-i-aa. The God-conscious being shows kindness to all. barahm gi-aanee tay kachh buraa na bha-i-aa. No evil comes from the God-conscious being. barahm gi-aanee sadaa samadrasee. The God-conscious being is always impartial. barahm gi-aanee kee darisat amrit barsee. Nectar rains down from the glance of the God-conscious being. barahm gi-aanee banDhan tay muktaa. The God-conscious being is free from entanglements. barahm gi-aanee kee nirmal jugtaa. The lifestyle of the God-conscious being is spotlessly pure. barahm gi-aanee kaa bhojan gi-aan. Spiritual wisdom is the food of the God-conscious being. naanak barahm gi-aanee kaa barahm Dhi-aan. ||3|| O Nanak, the God-conscious being is absorbed in God’s meditation. ||3|| barahm gi-aanee ayk oopar aas. The God-conscious being centers his hopes on the One alone. barahm gi-aanee kaa nahee binaas. The God-conscious being shall never perish. barahm gi-aanee kai gareebee samaahaa. The God-conscious being is steeped in humility. barahm gi-aanee par-upkaar omaahaa. The God-conscious being delights in doing good to others. barahm gi-aanee kai naahee DhanDhaa. The God-conscious being has no worldly entanglements. barahm gi-aanee lay Dhaavat banDhaa. The God-conscious being holds his wandering mind under control. barahm gi-aanee kai ho-ay so bhalaa. The God-conscious being acts in the common good. barahm gi-aanee sufal falaa. The God-conscious being blossoms in fruitfulness. barahm gi-aanee sang sagal uDhaar. In the Company of the God-conscious being, all are saved. naanak barahm gi-aanee japai sagal sansaar. ||4|| O Nanak, through the God-conscious being, the whole world meditates on God. ||4|| barahm gi-aanee kai aykai rang. The God-conscious being loves the One Lord alone. barahm gi-aanee kai basai parabh sang. The God-conscious being dwells with God. barahm gi-aanee kai naam aaDhaar. The God-conscious being takes the Naam as his Support. barahm gi-aanee kai naam parvaar. The God-conscious being has the Naam as his Family. barahm gi-aanee sadaa sad jaagat. The God-conscious being is awake and aware, forever and ever. barahm gi-aanee ahaN-buDh ti-aagat. The God-conscious being renounces his proud ego. barahm gi-aanee kai man parmaanand. In the mind of the God-conscious being, there is supreme bliss. barahm gi-aanee kai ghar sadaa anand. In the home of the God-conscious being, there is everlasting bliss. barahm gi-aanee sukh sahj nivaas. The God-conscious being dwells in peaceful ease. naanak barahm gi-aanee kaa nahee binaas. ||5|| O Nanak, the God-conscious being shall never perish. ||5|| barahm gi-aanee barahm kaa baytaa. The God-conscious being knows God. barahm gi-aanee ayk sang haytaa. The God-conscious being is in love with the One alone. barahm gi-aanee kai ho-ay achint. The God-conscious being is carefree. barahm gi-aanee kaa nirmal mant. Pure are the Teachings of the God-conscious being. barahm gi-aanee jis karai parabh aap. The God-conscious being is made so by God Himself. barahm gi-aanee kaa bad partaap. The God-conscious being is gloriously great. barahm gi-aanee kaa daras badbhaagee paa-ee-ai. The Darshan, the Blessed Vision of the God-conscious being, is obtained by great good fortune. barahm gi-aanee ka-o bal bal jaa-ee-ai. To the God-conscious being, I make my life a sacrifice. barahm gi-aanee ka-o khojeh mahaysur. The God-conscious being is sought by the great god Shiva. naanak barahm gi-aanee aap parmaysur. ||6|| O Nanak, the God-conscious being is Himself the Supreme Lord God. ||6|| barahm gi-aanee kee keemat naahi. The God-conscious being cannot be appraised. barahm gi-aanee kai sagal man maahi. The God-conscious being has all within his mind. barahm gi-aanee kaa ka-un jaanai bhayd. Who can know the mystery of the God-conscious being? barahm gi-aanee ka-o sadaa adays. Forever bow to the God-conscious being. barahm gi-aanee kaa kathi-aa na jaa-ay aDhaakh-yar. The God-conscious being cannot be described in words. barahm gi-aanee sarab kaa thaakur. The God-conscious being is the Lord and Master of all. barahm gi-aanee kee mit ka-un bakhaanai. Who can describe the limits of the God-conscious being? barahm gi-aanee kee gat barahm gi-aanee jaanai. Only the God-conscious being can know the state of the God-conscious being. barahm gi-aanee kaa ant na paar. The God-conscious being has no end or limitation. naanak barahm gi-aanee ka-o sadaa namaskaar. ||7|| O Nanak, to the God-conscious being, bow forever in reverence. ||7|| barahm gi-aanee sabh sarisat kaa kartaa. The God-conscious being is the Creator of all the world. barahm gi-aanee sad jeevai nahee martaa. The God-conscious being lives forever, and does not die. barahm gi-aanee mukat jugat jee-a kaa daataa. The God-conscious being is the Giver of the way of liberation of the soul. barahm gi-aanee pooran purakh biDhaataa. The God-conscious being is the Perfect Supreme Being, who orchestrates all. barahm gi-aanee anaath kaa naath. The God-conscious being is the helper of the helpless. barahm gi-aanee kaa sabh oopar haath. The God-conscious being extends his hand to all. barahm gi-aanee kaa sagal akaar. The God-conscious being owns the entire creation. barahm gi-aanee aap nirankaar. The God-conscious being is himself the Formless Lord. barahm gi-aanee kee sobhaa barahm gi-aanee banee. The glory of the God-conscious being belongs to the God-conscious being alone. naanak barahm gi-aanee sarab kaa Dhanee. ||8||8|| O Nanak, the God-conscious being is the Lord of all. ||8||8|| (Not sure about the translation, as it's not from my normal source, srigurugranthsahib.org, as I can't access it).
  4. 1 point
    Yes, I agree Also, in those days, the division between being a Hindu and Sikh wasn't recognized very much by lots of nominal Sikhs. They still partook in Hindu practices, etc. Bhagat Singh's family was nominally Sikh, but they were in reality more into Arya Samaj practices. Therefore it is not surprising that (to my knowledge) all of Bhagat Singh's brothers became clean shaven. It was highly unusual for Sikhs born in the early 20th century to be monay. Also, one of Bhagat Singh's brothers, Kulbir Singh, was an MLA for the Hindu nationalist Jan Sangh party. So we can see that his family's connection to Sikhi was not very strong. You nailed why Hindustanis celebrate Bhagat Singh, but I will add one reason why "modern" Sikhs celebrate him: became he was a mona. Monay have inferiority complexes and are happy to have their own "shaheed", and to have someone who they can point to in order to justify why killing their kesh does not matter.
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    But the way the followers of these modern day claimants have interpreted it is to suggest that their Baba of choice is a Guru reborn, as if there's unfinished business they couldn't sort out the previous time. Even then the claim is questionable, because it inadvertently reflects badly on our Guru Sahibs. Why? Well, say that for argument's sake Guru Gobind Singh Ji is reborn, and he's a modern day elderly Baba somewhere in Milton Keynes who's had his son's garage converted into a dera where the sangat come to pay their respects. Are you telling me that the universal brilliance of Dasme Patshaah's jot is so inconsequential and unnoticeable that he's content to wile away his days in this particular janam, blessing babies and newly married couples and doing ardasaa for ungrateful little idiots to get a well paid job after uni? Does that sound like the Dasme Paatshah we've been taught about? The poet, the warrior, the statesman? We must think these things through. By accepting them, we think we're being loyal and respectful, but we're actually damaging so much. Yes, these individuals can be blessed by Guru Sahibs; some are even fortunate enough to be accompanied by Guru Sahibs when necessary. But if we're saying reborn, then i cannot believe that, because that kind of primal shakti and bhagti doesn't go unnoticed, or at least isn't limited to just a few lucky followers. They would reach out to all of us.
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    I can understand his point of view because he has been brainwashed from birth to believe in a certain way of life and ideology which is very black and white there is no area's of grey in abrahmic faiths. So it is hard for him and other muslims who feel like him to detach themselves totally from Islam and islam's culture which they still might want to be part of as they like and enjoy aspects of it. I remember witnessing an argument between a british born gay pakistani muslim and a conservative british salafi muslim. The gay was saying he is muslim and Quran doesnt say gays to be killed and still held on to his islamic religion (even though most muslim sects says being gay and muslim is haram). The ultra conservative salafi muslim guy was pointing out various hadiths which stated gays to be killed and such activity was forbidden in islam and gay people are out of the fold of islam according to scriptures. The gay was a proud pakistani nationalist and proud to be a muslim but then began abusing the hadiths and praising the the Quran even though Quran has many extremist and questionable verses which cities for people to be killed on various dubious instances. It shows even if some muslims know their faith is against certain forbidden activities (like homosexuality or atheism or feminism, etc) they will still carry on doing it regardless, and also try to justify it and still want to hold on to their muslim faith in some way or another maybe as a source of comfort or out of fear of persecution or dis-ownment if their conservative muslim family and friends found out about their real views?
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    bro I'm not anti muslim - I'm anti-negativity and anti-hatred ...I still have loads of muslim friends and colleagues and my kids still mix with the ill informed and reeducate them to be less idiotic that's how you change attitudes be strong yourself and represent. The rest will fall into place, as people will actually gain real-life experience of sikhs and realise the BS for what it is and drop it
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    can't say never because the sands of opinion are always shifting ...I live in Uk so the RSS types are not heavily represented on the ground here and the types to go for it are too cowardly to speak their poisoned minds in company . I've only met a couple of Modi fangirls and they struck me as very gullible and because they were Gujrati it was about a fellow gujrati getting into office. The only way sikhs can counter the double threat is getting the truth about sikhi out there and inform our kids about their history and heritage , making them value and uderstad how deep our roots are and why it is important to keep. There has to be a renaissance of our true culture so that the people can see just how positive it is and was for so many people not just sikhs . I mean so many refugees and disaster struck people are being helped no strings attached across the globe by sikh NGOs like Khalsa Aid, United Sikhs .
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    Occasionally, the agenda of those Islamists that conduct attacks doesn't make sense to me. It's like they don't read the newspapers, watch the news, or are capable of judging the social mood of certain countries and continents. If i was directing operations in Europe, I'd advise in absolutely no attacks in places like Sweden, France, Germany, etc. Firstly, these countries have practically an open door immigration policy for people from Muslim countries, especially those in conflict in the ME and a few African states, too. The governments of these European countries have proven they are willing to defy common sense and restraint in order to allow virtually unlimited arrivals onto their shores. A growing resentment and festering ill will towards Muslims in certain quarters is not enough to dissuade a rethink in policy. Secondly, the aforementioned countries are at the complete mercy of liberalism; the entire fabric of their society, from schools, workplaces, media, law, etc, is completely in the hands of liberals who will not entertain any notion of criticism towards Muslims or their faith. In fact, they will explain away all inconsistencies for them. So why would these Islamists risk such a paradise of agreement by attacking those very countries that are facilitating their gradual growth and prosperity in Europe? It defies sense! Just keep your head down and be patient! Breed the indigenous whites out of existence over 50-60 years, and those countries will be yours! Same with places like Canada. When you attack these people with trucks and guns, you're allowing opposition against the gradual infiltration of all levels of society to be observed. You're allowing what is happening right under their noses to begin to be observed. Just behave yourselves, don't draw attention to your activities, and chill. Don't encourage the indoctrinated indigenous to begin to question their reality, lol. Btw, Christianity is to all intents and purposes dead in western Europe. Atheism, disbelief, and consumerism is the new faith of the whites.
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    To OP, you don't have to listen to the women at the Gurdwara. You have to be stronger and if anybody says anything to you, put them right. It's non of their business and they are not Judge and Jury or to decide what you should do, if they have no idea of what you've been through. What city or state are you in ? Keep patience until the legal issues are sorted out. How about contacting any of the links @singhbj singh paji put on? So if no organisation is available in your area, then go to your doctors and ask them for help with counselling and tell them how it's affecting you. They should be able to give you some counselling. Are you doing any Simran or Gurbani?
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    Thanks, you just exposed yourself. You're an extremist Muslim. How many male virgins are waiting for you in hell?
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    Any bad experience is not easy to forget. Time is the best healer. When you have had your emotions played with in this way, you cannot think straight. That is why people are telling you to forget it. It is what you have to do if you want to move forward. You are not the only one to fall prey to this group out there. For some reason this group preys on well educated ladies. They reduce ladies to what you are right now. That is what you have to understand. Path does not save you from bad experiences. It can make you stronger to solve your problems. You have to trust that this happened to you for a reason which no one can fully explain. You just have to get onto your own feet right now. Ideally you would need to get back to your own country where you know the ways of your people. However if you stay where you are right now and keep fighting - it will take a long time and loads of headaches. Organisations do not have the answers straight away. You have to go through loads of systems which will take time. Perhaps then you just have to be patient and trust God will help and provide you with a solution. This experience may have exposed you to the evils of this world which will make you wiser - so that you know not to trust all people. Before committing to any rishta in the future, you have to get to know the people properly first. It is not worth the risk. Everyone who says they are Amritdharii are not that. God helps everyone differently. Just because you do path everyday does not mean that you will not have problems. Maybe your faith in God is being tested. Nothing good comes easy. Think about the difficulties which our Gurus had to go through esp. Guru Gobind singh Ji when he was all alone in the Machi vara jungle. These tests and hardships have come upon our Guru Jis as well. Not once have they said - why did this happen - and I am the Guru ? Therefore you need to put yourself together and decide you have to forget this bad experience. Think of it as a bad dream and do something worthwhile which will get your mind off it completely. Divorced women have gone on to get married again. You will meet someone else who will take care of you. This time you will know and be careful about how you choose your rishta. Keep doing your path and keep asking for help. Time is the greatest healer. In time things become clearer. You are not alone. Many girls go through this. Many have taken some years off to forget bad experiences and to regain their self confidence. Some of my close friends have gone through this as well. They have recovered and remarried and forgotten their past lives. They have emerged wiser and have managed to give others great advice too. You can do the same.
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    It comes down to money, the muslim migrant masses were and are cheaper labour and harder workers than your average self entitled white working class guy who usually wants a higher wage living in an expensive country and rightly so. Also a free society is dangerous for people at the top they are unable to control the unruly questioning masses. Muslims can easily be controlled by the mullahs/imams and they in turn are controlled by the rich elites. So events need to happen and legislation brought forth to control people, tax them so that rich get richer poor get power. Muslims and their terrorism are ideal candidates for creating environment where draconian laws can be brought in to limit peoples freedoms. Then banksters and arms dealers will fund the white nationalist terrorists and they will at the same time also fund the home grown and migrant muslim terrorists to make huge money from.... then after much strife and bloodshed once muslims/non-whites are kicked out europe.... tyranny and exploitation against other races in the world will begin hence why i said colonialism 3.0 because we are are in colonialism 2.0 phase in present times BTW I don't buy into all the conspiracy theory stuff in video's talking albert pike and Lucifer,etc that's just christian abrahmic propaganda bull crap. But the other stuff is quite interesting and events seem to be enfolding by powers that be to bring about some kinda vision of albert pike the past grandmaster of freemasonary.
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    Most Hindus are pretty pro-sikh that's until Sikhs want their own sovereignty and a say on important political matters and thats when they turn against Sikhs or don't have much respect for us. As long as our people are pro-india and say "hindustan zindabad" or "bharat mata ke jai" or "jai hind" they are happy with us as soon as we say "khalistan zindabad" for our own Sikh national interests they turn hostile. Same like pakistani muslims as long as you are pro-pakistan and praise pakistan they love Sikhs but as soon as you say you want Sikh rule over pakistan or lahore to be capital of Khalistan the pak muslims go quite or turn hostile. Most punjabi/haryana/himachel basically the northern Indian subcontinent hindus have some sort of Sikh ancestry or family ties and lineage as back in the days Sikhs came into being from majority hindu converts. Also during the islamic invasions and rulers the northern subcon hindu's were instrumental in keeping Sikhi alive and helping shelter them during extreme persecutions because it was a mutually beneficial relationship as Sikh warrior would go into banditry ambush raids and pitched violent bloody battles with jihadi muslim armies and take back the war booty stolen from hindu kingdoms. The martha Hindu empire joined forces with Sikh clans of punjab in various military campaigns against the muslim invaders until the martha's started to have designs on punjab and wanted to occupy it for their own empire and thats where there was clashes. So for example in the final battle of panipat the Sikhs stayed out rather than help their once hindu allies and because of that the hindu martha armies suffered a heavy defeat and a genocide after under the hands of the afghan muslims. So Sikhs and Hindus have alot of shared history.
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    Oh no, not them again......... They are still waiting for their husbands to come back from work so they can post together some LOUD, EMPTY and BOGUS (BS) suggestions online (useless waste of breath), Simran Penji. Don't waste your precious time waiting for those waste of space posters, they are all talk and no action kind of non- entities, with big mouths and big talk. They can't even defend themselves online without the help of a man let alone defending our OP huh
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    fact : there are zero sikhs, muslims, buddhists or jains in the Indian secret services - so ALL operations were run by Hindus against minorities and pakistan . fact: there was a lockout of sikhs in the forces hierarchy in terms of information preoperation for any and all of the continued attacks planned against the (GUrdwarey starting with Bluestar) and Punjab's populations. fact : Kids schools and many businesses were shut down for over two months whilst operation Woodrose swept the villages and captured and disappeared many many sikh men and boys . Yes some Prominent hindus/ sikhs were assasinated by Sikhs but they have been claimed in toto. but what else the GOI wants to blame us for is not true
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    bro that was a GOI operation under Alam using his pseudo sikh Black Cats, be sure before you accuse
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    fact is it was the Indian Secret services that did that job , it was investigated and written about in the book 'soft target' by a couple of Canadian journalists ... Alam's Black Cats killed hindus and sikhs during those times to defame sikhs in general . Try not to peddle propaganda of the GOI to cover historical fact... look at the uygurs they were Buddhists until Muslims arrived . Same with Afghanisthan and other nations ... it is simple fact , forced conversions in past centuries are giving their fruit still .
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    There is a problem with missionary religions, or at least with their adherents. They will not let others get on with life. Others are often treated as second class citizens, treated worse than animals. Which Sikhs killed Hindus? What is your source? Thank you
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    They don't fly Nishaan Sahib because they don't have a langar. Nishaan Sahib is flown so that all people, from far away, can see that they can get a free meal at this gurdwara. Nanaksari Sangat bring food from home and they eat it together. It's more like a potluck.