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  1. 9 points
    Congratulations to him, his wife family and all the Sikh kaum. Jagmeet Singh continues to do us proud
  2. 8 points
    And where are you on a scale of 1-10 on following puran maryada of sri guru nanak dev ji? Are you a better gursikh then jagmeet singh? According to gurbani are you beautiful or ugly?
  3. 7 points
    and you are a patit as you seem have to have ZERO pyar, satkar or nimrata judging by your comment. If getting with a 'patit' is such a paap, then why dont you stop chasing money? aint that against baani aswell?
  4. 7 points
    typical B.S on this thread which symbolises everything with our kaum today... which is 'amritdharis' becoming masters of nindiyah. Yeah i agree jagmeets wedding etc isnt a conventional gursikh wedding, nor his is mrs. I agree that Guru Sahib shouldnt be taken to beaches, BUT wake up people. The guy has become an icon, made amritdharis and singhs in particular look good on a global level, he has a raised the voice of 1984 and generally has made our kaum proud. in the real world, instead of cussing him for marryin a non amrtidhari, maybe we should rate him for getting with a girl whose actually good looking and seems quite popular? Lets be real, most 'amritdharis' would love a mrs like that but oh wait the rehit police will be after them lol. Why dont we rate the girl, accepting a gursikh as a partner? Once again lets be real, how many non amrtidhari girls prefer gursikh guys? Sad yes, but its the era of kaljug. People cussing his dress sense? but yet probs the same guys u see at every smagm in the same clothes over again. until the nindiyah stops - which if you read bani is a major thing that bani teaches us against, we aint gona get nowhere as a kaum. food for thought... has anyone actually spoke to jagmeet as a brother, spoke about any issues and actually tried to explain anything back with facts from bani? or let me guess, its just cyber nindiyah lol.
  5. 7 points
    All the people who are complaining about him marrying a non-amritdhari really need to go do something else with their time
  6. 6 points
    Brother TejS, indeed it is a beautiful question you have brought forward, though all the members above have given their valid answers , anyhow I would also like to share a bit from the wisdom of SGGS, which in my opinion answers the question in your post. Why are we here? That, only He can answer to our satisfaction, when we reach to Him, but for meanwhile, we are here caught in the cycle of transmigration, and we ought to find our way out. ਭਜਹੁ ਗਦ਼ਬਿੰਦ ਭੂਲਿ ਮਤ ਜਾਹੁ ॥ Bhajahu Guobindh Bhool Math Jaahu ਮਾਨਸ ਜਨਮ ਕਾ ਏਹੀ ਲਾਹੁ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ Maanas Janam Kaa Eaehee Laahu || ਜਬ ਲਗੁ ਜਰਾ ਰੋਗੁ ਨਹੀ ਆਇਆ ॥ Jab Lag Jaraa Rog Nehee Aaeiaa ਜਬ ਲਗੁ ਕਾਲਿ ਗ੍ਰਸੀ ਨਹੀ ਕਾਇਆ ॥ Jab Lag Kaal Grasee Nehee Kaaeiaa || ਜਬ ਲਗੁ ਬਿਕਲ ਭਈ ਨਹੀ ਬਾਨੀ ॥ Jab Lag Bikal Bhee Nehee Baanee || ਭਜਿ ਲੇਹਿ ਰੇ ਮਨ ਸਾਰਿਗਪਾਨੀ ॥੨॥ Bhaj Laehi Rae Man Saarigapaanee ||2|| ਅਬ ਨ ਭਜਸਿ ਭਜਸਿ ਕਬ ਭਾਈ ॥ Ab N Bhajas Bhajas Kab Bhaaee || ਆਵੈ ਅੰਤੁ ਨ ਭਜਿਆ ਜਾਈ ॥ Aavai Anth N Bhajiaa Jaaee || ਜੋ ਕਿਛੁ ਕਰਹਿ ਸੋਈ ਅਬ ਸਾਰੁ ॥ Jo Kishh Karehi Soee Ab Saar ਫਿਰਿ ਪਛੁਤਾਹੁ ਨ ਪਾਵਹੁ ਪਾਰੁ ॥੩॥ Fir Pashhuthaahu N Paavahu Paar | ਸੋ ਸੇਵਕੁ ਜੋ ਲਾਇਆ ਸੇਵ ॥ So Saevak Jo Laaeiaa Saev ਤਿਨ ਹੀ ਪਾਏ ਨਿਰੰਜਨ ਦੇਵ ॥ Thin Hee Paaeae Niranjan Dhaev ਗੁਰ ਮਿਲਿ ਤਾ ਕੇ ਖੁਲ੍ਹ੍ਹੇ ਕਪਾਟ ॥ Gur Mil Thaa Kae Khulhae Kapaatt || ਬਹੁਰਿ ਨ ਆਵੈ ਜੋਨੀ ਬਾਟ ॥੪॥ Bahur N Aavai Jonee Baatt ||4|| Sree Kabeer Jee, right from the first verse above, tells us about our purpose of being born as humans, other thing is, we waste it foolishly. Then in the last verse, he also, gives us clear instructions of how to get out of this maha maya bhavsagar. He says, devotedly meditate upon Him, and you shall never ever have to come into reincarnation. Dhan Guru Arjun Dev Maharaj, also says: ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਗਰਭਿ ਨ ਬਸੈ Prabh Ka Simran, garb na baseh ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਦੂਖੁ ਜਮੁ ਨਸੈ ॥ Prabh Kai Simaran Dhookh Jam Nasai ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਕਾਲੁ ਪਰਹਰੈ ॥ Prabh Kai Simaran Kaal Pareharai || In these His three verses above from Sukhmani Sahib, He guarantees us, that if one meditates on Him, death, reincarnation and the very Kal, shall be defeated, and we shall get rid of them. Stay blessed. Sat Sree Akal.
  7. 6 points
    Finally someone who is looking at the bigger picture, instead of letting his own insecurities and jelousy get the better of him.
  8. 6 points
    @Akalifauj Dude. She'd have to be Amritdhari to be patit. Make up your mind already. So either way you cut it, what you're doing is nindya. It's either slander she isn't amritdhari or slander she's patit. So you pick which burden you're choosing to carry. You're also in no position to declare anyone patit. My advice to you is get yourself in order.
  9. 6 points
    Welcome to Kalyug, enjoy your stay.
  10. 6 points
    There are many issues Sikh men need to be aware of when entering a life-long commitment whether it's with a woman from India, or a young lady from any respective western country in question. Unfortunately, it's somewhat of an uncomfortable truth that Punjabi fathers are themselves ill-equipped to advise their sons on the various ways of successfully traversing married life. Maybe this will change as people of my generation become fathers to their own children of marriageable age in the next 20 or so years, but I think that era will offer its own set of unique challenges. Generally, it's practically a sink or swim mentality amongst our people, and that leads to many serious issues that could easily be avoided if we just talked or even just frankly identified a few of the important issues to consider when selecting a partner AND the various issues that can arise between a couple after marriage, as well as identifying the problems that are unique to our culture regarding extended family norms, etc. Most of this soul-searching and analysis must begin before the marriage, before selecting a partner. There's TOO much to comprehensively identify and discuss here, but as an overview I will say that if you're going the traditional way of finding a partner through an introduction via a third party, just do yourself a favour and quickly eliminate from your mind any thoughts of romance and any other subjective ideas that will impair your judgement. If the institution of marriage is a serious concern to you, and one you plan to undertake just the once, then for God's sake use your brain, and don't take your cues from entertainment and other nonsensical soft-cultural influences. Be as dispassionate and as cool-headed as possible. Think about the sort of progeny that will result from your union with a lady, because ultimately you should be viewing a marriage as a method of securing the future of your lineage. This kind of approach to marriage isn't only for royalty and the elite families of the world. Sometimes, unavoidable bad stuff happens that you can't account for, but if you're attributing everything to fate and luck, you're going to be in for a shock. If this seems like I'm talking about breeding horses instead of humans and fostering relationships, then I apologise, but marriage and its related financial and social issues - that can destroy lives when it all falls apart - is a serious business. Look at not only the girl in question and her respective physical and personality traits, but analyse her family, too. Is there an errant sibling in the family? Maybe there's more than two? Could the potential person of interest be shielding their true nature for the purposes of securing an engagement? Look at the parents: are they loud and boisterous beyond the usual jolly Punjabi demeanour? Is their brash nature an endearing quality or does it suggest an unfortunate lack of manners and common sense? Could this be an indication of more concerning traits and values they've passed on to your potential marriage partner? Would you be upset if similar ingrained traits were passed onto your children? There's SO much to sift through if you aren't in the habit of leaving things to chance. If you're going in with a head full of dreams and half-baked fantasies of everlasting love and romance, you're going to be disappointed. Marriage, even on a good day, is hard work. Give yourself a fighting chance by opening your eyes and your mind before entering such situations.
  11. 6 points
  12. 6 points
    Please watch the video before you read my response: MY RESPONSE: Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! As someone who actually supports the concept of an independent state run on Sikh values (Khalistan), I don’t think that songs like this do anything for positive the movement. We need less gang bang hood type of music videos, and we need actual change in terms of drug addiction, female infanticide, low birth rates, lack of education, etc, all of which will actually help the Sikh community, rather than a music video in which we are waving around guns and talking about assassinating people. They put videos of Baba Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, but don’t realize that whenever people came to him asking to join the movement, the first thing he said was to pick up a Gutka before the Gun, because the real power of Sikhi comes from Bani. Baba Bhindranwale also never boasted or showed off, and and neither did he all of a sudden start demanding a separate state, but he primarily focused on major issues in the panth, and used violence as a last resort. Our community has a habit of ignoring the important humanitarian and intellectual work of sevadaars and mainly focusing on the action part. People always talk about Baba Deep Singh as a physical warrior, but forget how he had an entire life of studying Bani that led up to his legendary Shaheedi. We all like to talk about Khalistan, yet forget the main issues affecting the panth like drug addiction, farmer debt, suicide, casteism, sexism, lack of education, low birthrates, etc. The Panth doesn't have the infrastructure to build or support another country, and before we start boasting about end goals, we should at least primarily focus on our main issues. A common response that I get is that this is just a music video, and that it at least does a good job of reminding people about important issues, however I would argue that there are better ways of talking about the issue of Sikh independence without waving around weapons and acting like a gang. The last thing the Panth, and the Khalsitani movement needs right now is even more bad publicity, and videos like this only reinforce the common held belief that the main advocates of Khalistan were from the west. PS: At least they didn’t put a communist flag in this video, it was a decent song tho. TL;DR: Can we focus more on Bani and less on wearing Kaali ? Thanks! Question for the Sangat: What do you guys think of this video?
  13. 5 points
    As far as I know the whole "initial" reason shouldn't exist in the first place, everything is Akaal and this is just a manifestation of his play, the whole "first sin" would only work if we as a creation were separate from the creator, but at the core we're not separate from Akaal .
  14. 5 points
    To OP, sorry to hear what you’ve been going through. It’s similar to what I’ve been through, so I fully understand how you’re feeling. Your husband was wrong to change towards you. Only somebody that’s been through the same will understand how hard it is to please everybody and also defend yourself. I’ve finally put my foot down, when I have been taken advantage of too far. You could do everything perfectly or give them all the money in the world, but they still won’t appreciate you, if they don’t appreciate you for what you are now. You have two lovely daughters and you should be proud of that. You don’t have to take any nonsense from anybody. They should be grateful that you married their son and gave him citizenship. You don’t sound like the bad one in all of this. I think they’re just taking advantage for their own matlab. His parents should know better than to act like that towards their daughter in law. But unfortunately they play the victim and make out you’re the wrong one. Kaur 2 is right, don’t be rude back to them, but also make a stand that you will not be pressured or treated like that. If you were a daughter in law from India, would they treat you the same? No they wouldn’t, so why you? Make it clear you are from this country and have given respect where it’s due and done everything you could for them. Don’t let them walk over you. Your mother in law saying she won’t visit again, then good riddance. I know it sounds harsh, but there’s only one of you and there’s 3 or more of them, so it’s hardly fair. And if they can’t be bothered with your daughters either, it shows they are only interested in boys. You need to work on your relationship with your husband, because it sounds like they want you to break up for their own matlab. And your husband is too ignorant, that’s hes listening to them more, that he’s willing to mess up his marriage and family for them. What more do they want ? They should have stayed with you happily and not ignored you. All that rubbish about being from a different country and hesitant to talk to the daughter in law is bs. Because they do in communicate in India with their daughter in laws there, so there should be know discrimination. They have veils over themselves so they can’t see your good qualities. I know I’ve been through it. One day, your husband will see what they have been doing and he’ll probably regret it when it’s too late. Pray and do Ardas to Waheguru to help you through this. And if you can talk to other women who have spouses from India. It is hard penji, but like the say, you can’t change somebody, but you can change yourself. Just be nice to his parents, so they have no excuse to belittle you. And don’t even bother to ask them why or for explanations, because you already know they will never take your side. And if there’s something you don’t agree on with him, then instead of hurting your own soul and getting angry with him, tell him in a more polite way, because he will argue more with you otherwise. Change your approach towards the problems and how to deal with them. Have your parents spoke to them? In a way it’s good they don’t live near you, so chill out, enjoy your life and hopefully your husband will appreciate and respect you more when he sees the truth. Get some counselling from your doctor too. It will help you to relax.
  15. 5 points
    You made Sant Jarnail Singh ji as an authority figure because it pushed your agenda. Where Sant Jarnail Singh ji speaks against your agenda, you ignore and slander the person who brings up Sant ji statements. Your miserable attempt to push your agenda falls flat on its head and you make up excuses. You changed the topic by attempting to make Sant Jarnail Singh ji an authority figure when it helps your agenda. This is what I addressed.
  16. 5 points
    There actually are many people who believe that it started some time after. Some people say they hardly knew what Damdami Taksal even was until Mahapurakhs brought it up. However, that argument could go for any samparda. Doesn't specifically need to be Taksal. One could easily say the same for Nihangs, Nanaksaris, etc.
  17. 5 points
    VJKK VJKF Sangat Ji, I've been reading some ithaas (modern) and you can't read about modern ithaas without coming across 1984. I started watching a few videos and one thing led to another and I came across this one video which I can say blew my mind, at the very least. A bit of backstory to this video before I add the part which I found the most staggering Ji. A swami/yogi meets Sant Ji and all the sangat with Sant Ji and they talk for a bit and then the swami/yogi decided to take his leave about 5 minutes later. Please bear in mind the video quality isn't great (audio) so not everything that happens in this video is crystal clear Ji. However, after everyone gets up something is said/agreed between the swami and Sant Ji and a fortune telling yogi sits in front of Sant Ji and tried to tell his future and things that have happened in his past. She says at the age of 8, Sant Ji had an experience in his life that led him to be the leader he is today and when this was translated to Sant Ji in Punjabi, they shook their head and said that it was not true. Of course, bad move. Anyway, Sant Ji laughs off a few attempts of hers and then themselves do a bachan and said "Tell her, that before the age of 13 years old she wasn't doing the fortune telling that she is today". When this was translated to the yogi in English the yogi smiled and agreed and Sant Ji laughed and went onto explain how Ridhi-Sidhi are against gurmat and how her trying to do this is not the way of Sikhi and backs this up with a line from bani by Kabeer Ji, which unfortunately I could not hear properly. This absolutely blew my mind. I had to pinch myself a few times to truly believe what I had just seen. The way it happened and just seeing Sant Ji in chardikala giving the yogis just a taste of the power of bhagti was truly out of this world and my heart is still pounding from this. I'll leave the video link so you can all watch the video and also see it for yourselves Ji. Sant Ji's Bachan is said at 37:48 minutes into the video Ji. I do have one benti, Sangat Ji. Please if someone can translate Sant Ji's exact words of their Bachan as they say it in Punjabi it would be greatly, greatly appreciated Ji. I myself understand Punjabi but due to the audio quality I was unable to totally make out what their exact words were Ji. Maaf Karna for anything I may have said Ji. Here is the video of one of the greatest Sikhs of our panth there has ever been Ji. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3j9cVmx8FkI Vaheguru Ji.
  18. 5 points
    Yet another jagmeet singh nit picking wedding thread, can we please play this type of golli dandi game when we were in little bit comfortable position politically, in media, last time i've checked GOI tried to <banned word filter activated> sabotage canadians sikhs relations with liberal party and no doubt indirectly attacked ndp leader-jagmeet singh in the recent fiasco and very well influence canadian elections in 2019 by driving hindu and vast indo canadian votes to conservatives and create a fear and parnioa among white masses how liberals pandering are hurting bigger INDIA-CANADA relations. There are currently whopping 135 articles in canadian press against phantom sikh extremism in canada in one week span. Here is the list. Even sunny hundal is working around clock to refute some of them. https://www.facebook.com/notes/gurjiwan-singh/canadian-media-and-sikh-extremism-february-2018/10155547313673924/ Wake up!
  19. 5 points
    Nindiya = people in glass houses throwing stones This singh probably does more good then all of us put together. hes obviously no Saint but he's on the right path. maharaj bless him and the rest of us strength to become a better and stronger singhs then we already are.
  20. 5 points
    Veerji, I understand your point of view, and like you and others in this thread, I am disappointed by how Jagmeet chose a moni for a wife and did not adhere to simple, Gursikh standards when it came to wedding celebrations. But what people are overlooking is that: 1. There aren't enough dastar-wearing, amritdhari Sikh women to go around. Young keshdhari Sikh men probably outnumber young keshdhari Sikh women by 3 to 1 or 4 to 1. If all kesdhari Sikh men only married keshdhari Sikh women, either we would end up with a large volume of Singhs who never get married, or Singhs who are unable to find a keshdhari woman would become monay in order to get married. A Singh with a girl who has shed her kesh is not ideal, but I'd rather see that than see a Singh discard his kesh and marry a girl who has also discarded her kesh. 2. If a girl without her kesh marries a mona Sikh, they will almost certainly raise their children as monay. But if a girl without her kesh marries a Singh, at least there is some chance that their children will be raised keshdhari (even if the mother never keeps her kesh). I would rather keshdhari Sikhs marry Sikhs who discard their kesh and at least reproduce rather than have keshdhari Sikhs never marry and never have children. People have to understand, there are already very few keshdhari Sikhs, and a disproportionately large percentage of young keshdhari Sikhs are never marrying and never having children. It's an overall positive thing to see keshdhari Sikhs getting married (even to partners who are not in full Sikhi) and produce children who might carry on our faith. This is a matter of survival.
  21. 5 points
  22. 5 points
    Seriously, get over it. Tuhanu ki mil da baar baar ohi cheej kehn naal. Up to what point are you gonna scrutinise the guy? Ehni commentary karni vi maari gal ah. Give the guy a break man.
  23. 5 points
    Meh no need to dress formally....
  24. 5 points
    Yeah I think it's indicative of rudeboy/thuggish immature and full of bravado typical neo-punjabi testosterone type songs these days. Little on substance and focus on why people should opt for khalistan and how khalistan will bring about the betterment and upliftment of punjab and Sikhs. I'm a big fan of Khalistan but this type of music video leaves a bad impression for me and doesn't send the message that we really should be aiming for. If you look at all the successful freedom seeking nationalist movements of the world they have iconic patriotic songs that give the listen a vision of the utopia of their freed lands. Khalistan doesn't have that at the moment because collective Sikh consciousness and Sikh intelligentsia is not woke to take it to that level yet
  25. 5 points
    "Is height overrated?"
  26. 4 points
    "I've been getting these emails saying that it's not my position to judge anybody. I want to make it quite clear that I didn't judge him. I know God is the only judge we have. I just set the appointment up." -Steven Sandison on the murder of his child molester cellmate
  27. 4 points
    Could have been from mars bro, you cant be too sure nowdays
  28. 4 points
    OK. What? Are you saying that Gurbani doesn't criticize the Vedas? It manifestly does do just that. Didn't you read the big post above of criticism? Also see here. That doesn't count as criticism in your book? Or if you think that saying the Vedas don't have full knowledge of spiritual matters is criticism, then, OK, it's not criticism. Sorry to say, brother, but your approach is somewhat simplistic. Granted the Vedas were created within the Hukum of God, but that doesn't mean that they are 100% correct or worthy of being followed. Aurangzeb was created in God's Hukum, then why did God (in the form of the 8th, 9th, and 10th Gurus) oppose him? Hitler was created in God's Hukum. Quite to the contrary. That's basically all they did. They criticized "Hinduism" and Islam. Have you read Gurbani? Through that criticism arises Sikhi. What do you call Guru Nanak ji refusing to wear the janeu, and then going on to criticize it in Gurbani (Asa di Vaar)? What do you call sleeping with your feet towards the Kaaba? What do you call terming the movements of nature as the real Aarti? What do you call Guru Amar Daas ji taking affirmative steps to destroy Varan Ashram Dharam (institutionalized caste system). The Brahmins complained to the Emperor, why would they do that if Guru ji wasn't criticizing their religion? What do you call Guru Gobind Singh ji refusing to create a separate bata of Amrit for "high" castes, like the hill rajas wanted? Studying something is different from accepting it. Don't slander the Nirmalas by saying they preach Hinduism. They went to study Sanskrit. Yeah, exactly. Bro, for our purposes, a skeptic is one who doesn't believe in God or Guru Sahib. Skepticism of the Vedas is not bad. Skepticism of the Vedas is written in Gurbani.
  29. 4 points
  30. 4 points
    Yet Kamalroop, <banned word filter activated> Bob, a kid named Gavin Dhanoa and nang fauj UK promote otherwise.
  31. 4 points
    Umm, what?? You might want to try forming grammatical English sentences in order to get people to agree with your viewpoint.
  32. 4 points
    Basically gurbani is talking about and directly to those religious extremists/fanatics of hinduism, islam and christainity went around preaching all others religious books are false and only their religions has the only truth and path to salvation. Gurbani is saying those who do not understand the meanings and essence of most religious books are false. And most religious books are teaching humanity the same basic principles how to live a civilized human being and do good to each other and how to run a moral society and seek salvation through meditation/prayers. Gurbani is NOT saying Islam/quran is true so don't refute or counter its arguments. Is NOT saying vedas/hinduism is true so don't refute or counter its arguments. Is NOT saying bible/chrisianity is true so don't refute or counter its arguments. Because quite clearly in vast majority of instances in SGGS Ji most of rituals and tenets of islam, hinduism and christianity are countered and are refuted.
  33. 4 points
    it's good that Amritsar is doing well , but I think that our Political and Spiritual heart should not become a disneyland for westerners, it is saddening to see the langar maryada is thrown aside for photo opps with bollywood or hollywood stars... only rehitvaan gursikhs are supposed to handle the cooking. Aaam loki are free to do pande duty but I've never seen anyone do it.
  34. 4 points
    1.None of the denominations you have mentioned have similar maryada or nitnem to start with. Let alone for us to even consider their lineage traces back to Guru Gobind Singh's time. 2. When people claim their lineage goes back to GUru Gobind Singh sahib himself starting them like how Taksal or Budha Dal does. To such extent that both claim "we" were trace back to Baba Deep Singh jee. Then conclusive historical evidence matters, because both lay claim authority & legitimacy in their narratives, maryada, interpretation of Gurmat in many key area. Evidence matters because in nihangs, what mainstream Sikh see as Kurehit(e.g. meat, intoxicants(marijuana)) have been normalized. Even interpretation of Gurbani is twisted to suit their narrative & bias. Problem definition/Conclusion: These lineage claims are merely oral claims without any substantive conclusive evidence.
  35. 4 points
  36. 4 points
    You've yet to provide any definition. You have nindya me about ten times in this forum though. How you think I used skin color to add legitimacy to that definition I'm not sure. Come at me with something of substance bruh. Wannabe little <banned word filter activated>. Better off with women in panj pyare than your punk <banned word filter activated>. 😊
  37. 4 points
    ‘Guessing’ requires thinking....... try again retard
  38. 4 points
    Nindo Nindo.. Nindo Moko Log Nindo… Criticise me… Oh Criticise me All you people… please criticize me. The great Kabir ji.
  39. 4 points
    The only thing ‘useless’ here is you.... the topic is fine Guru sahib did want us to know.... that’s why all the info given by Sant Ji in that clip is written in khalsa mool mantar by Dasam Patshah... Next time, stick to topics you actually know something about instead of barking for the sake of just saying something
  40. 4 points
    What exactly does one gain knowledge from this topic? Yes, they know more about the Panj Pyare but will it honestly improve our Sikhi in some sort?
  41. 4 points
  42. 4 points
    He seems to have an untreatable form of retardism.
  43. 4 points
    "... Baba don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more." Seriously, most of us struggle to comprehend what love truly is. The majority mistake attachment and / or lust for love, but it's not.
  44. 4 points
    I get what you saying bro but Gursikhs should in theory be pakkeh in their own thing than to be swayed by one individual. I get gursikh women feel they be shunned, but even if he married one gursikh girl, he wouldnt have married the remainder. the guys had a love marriage with someone who he actually loves, and like i said before, gotta rate the girl for not rejecting him due to his sikhi saroop. bigger issue here is that all the haters are appearing to be jelous and on the nindiyah bandwagon.
  45. 4 points
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  47. 4 points
    As someone who is Amritdhari, let me tell you that simply being "Amritdhari" doesn't make you a better Sikh. Look at all these SGPC politicians who have "Amritdhari" wives who lower the standard for Amrit. Its OK if someone isnt Amritdhari, its not the end of the world. We as Sikhs need to stop attacking one of our few Sikh politicians for something so stupid. Honestly. give Jagmeet Singh a brake. he got banned from India. hes being constantly attacked by others, and the last thing he needs right now is to be attacked by his own community.
  48. 4 points
    I remember when jagmeet Singh was cycling to work and people were praising him for keeping things simple and not destroying the environment by driving a car. I guess that was an act as well. Flying out to a different country when he could have had his wedding in his province is not being simple and not good for the environment. And for all those claiming maybe before the wedding his not amritdhari confused Punjabi wife would take Amrit were living in dream world. When people get power, they abuse that power to fulfill their wants. They don't care about the big picture, the Khalsa Panth teachings. An amritdhari man should have enough guts in him to tell his future wife to follow the Guru or this worldly relationship will end. His wife decision to be fashionable over properly covering her head before Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji is very arrogant. It shows the level of respect she has for Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. People in power are the most arrogant people. I wonder what Sri Akal Takht sahib will say if they look into where this wedding was conducted. It has been recognized by Sri Akal Takht sahib to not have an Anand Karaj on the beach. From the picture it looks as the Anand karaj was done on the beach. People in power think they are above the law of Gurmat. Such behavior shown is basically a big middle finger to the Nirmal Panth started by Sri Guru Nanak dev ji. Disregard for Gurmat shows no respect for the shaheeds of 1984 because they lived and died to uphold Gurmat. But what do I know. I'm not in a position of power, just shut up and let the arrogant people run a muck of very thing good and pure.
  49. 4 points
    This was hilarious Ali dawah (the new dawah kid on the block) tried to find and challenge tommy robinson for years in an attempt to debate and own him. In the fast paced chaotic street debate he tries to whitewash and promote muhammad's and islam's virtues but tommy was too good for him and in the process he exposes islam's dirty secrets himself lol. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD9Tw5fwt1o
  50. 4 points
    My muslim female co-worker whom I am good friends with was discussing marriage customs, when she told me that muslim men have to give the bride girls family dowry in order for the girls family to agree to marry her to him and his family. I found that kinda of strange as its the opposite custom in our indian marriage traditions where its the girls family that gives dowry and pays for the wedding. I soon realised that its because that muslim men feel that this is a burden on them financially that they go and try to groom, convert and marry non-muslim girls so that they do not have to give any dowry to the girls family. It also makes sense in terms of destorying the non-muslim communities population and spreading muslim demographics. Its a win win for muslim men if they can manage to get away with it making the non-muslim girl run away with them so its a greater incentive to do it than say a non-muslim guy to take a muslim girl away from her family. Also theologically speaking if you convert a kafir non-believer to islam you get brownie points from dallah with a ticket to paradise. This is why there's so many cases of muslim men having groomed and made non-muslim girls run away with them trapping them in "love jihad". They have nothing to lose and its only to their advantage that they do it. Once non-muslim girls understands the mindset of the enemy they will never even template to get with a muslim guy.