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  1. complete paath of Sri Brahm kavach

    where can i get this gutka in india ?
  2. War In Syria

    https://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/113934/war-machine-springs-life-over-syria Please read this blog and views of Chris Martenson.
  3. complete paath of Sri Brahm kavach

    dear veer, can u please post the extra line which starts with akaal jyot nehkalank ? Please thanks
  4. complete paath of Sri Brahm kavach

    I have great respect for Budha Dal and Dal Panth but they need to a bit more academic in nature. For example: 1. Brahm Kavach bani is present in a das granthi which dates around 1722 AD or something simlar. But the Budha Dal gutka has brahm kavach from Ratan Singh Bhangu's panth parkash. 2. Bhagauti Astotar is a great bani and its present in bhai daya singh's dasam granth and 1698 AD bir of Dasam Granth at Patna Sahib. But in Budha Dal Gutka, bhagauti astotar is from giani gyan singh' panth parkash.
  5. complete paath of Sri Brahm kavach

    Dear Bro, did u listen to the video i posted ? it tells the source. There is a puratan bir of Sri Sarbloh Granth and its last few pannas were empty and this complete brahm kavach bani is written on of those pannas. The extra line starts with akaal jyot nehkalank ........... it will be nice if some singh can post the full line.
  6. complete paath of Sri Brahm kavach

    The Brahm Kavach paath in the Budha Dal Gutka has one line missing.
  7. need info on saruktavali

    i wanted to know whether Pandit Hardyal wrote Saruktavali or did he translate some old sanskrit granth into braj bhasha ? thanks
  8. books of sarup singh alag!

    has anyone read books of sarup singh alag ? Is he a good author and are his books useful ? thanks
  9. https://www.sikhs.org/meat_gs.htm The Khalsa Army Under Banda Singh Bahadur Eating Meat An eyewitness account of the siege of the Khalsa army at Gurdaspur and how the Khalsa soldiers and Banda Singh Bahadur bravely held out against the Mughal army for eight months is provided below: Khafi Khan, Muntakhabul-Lubab, pg. 723 "The Sikhs were not strict observers of cast, they slaughtered oxen and other animals and not having any firewood, ate the flesh raw. Many died of dysentry and privation... when all the grass was gone, they gathered leaves from trees. When these were consumed, they stripped the bark and broke off the small shoots, dried them, ground them down and used them instead of flour, thus keeping body and soul together. They also collected the bones of animals and used them in the same way. Some assert that they saw a few of the Sikhs cut flesh from their own thights, roast it, and eat it.
  10. The maoists are also capable fighters.
  11. China is gaining influence in Nepal. Both Uttar pradesh(UP) and Jharkhand are close to border with Nepal. UP has 7-8 crore muslim population and Jharkhand has the Maoist fighters fighting against the Indian state. In the future, China is going to provide the muslims and maoists weapon training and high tech weapons to fight against the Indian state.
  12. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-global-oil-crisis-of-2020-What-is-its-impact-on-India
  13. another thing we need to understand is India is not very rich in resources like oil.Its population is increasing like crazy. There will be severe energy crisis in India in the future.People will kill each other for energy resources.
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