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  1. books of sarup singh alag!

    has anyone read books of sarup singh alag ? Is he a good author and are his books useful ? thanks
  2. In Sooraj Parkash Granth by Mahakavi Santokh Singh wrote that Guru Sahib did jhatka of goats during the formation of Punj Pyaras on Vaisakhi 1699. Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Jee never believed it and he was RIGHT. Now we have an eye witness account of 1699 Vaisakhi by a Muslim spy who was so awe-stuck by the events of Vaisakhi 1699, he became a Sikh that day only. (Taken from Facebook Page--Sri Sarbloh Granth Ji) Eye witness account of Vaisakhi - 1699 The following account will dismiss the theorists who offer alternative explanations as to how the initial Khalsa initiation ceremony took place in 1699. Contrary to some interpretations that assert the Great Guru, Gobind Singh Ji, carried out "jhatka" upon goats as opposed to the "Panj Piyare", this eye witness account of those events in 1699 will clarify the actual version of events. It must be stressed that this personal account is not of one of the Gurus Sikhs or of any other such individual with a loyalty to the Guru. It is however, the account of a Muslim spy employed by the Emperor Aurangzeb. This account will leave the reader in awe and wonderment. Wah Guru ji ! This account is at The Aligarg Muslim University in India and is written by one of the spies of emperor Aurangzeb. This spy was called Abu -ul-Traifi. He is mentioned by the eminent scholar Bhai Vir Singh in his writings. Being a spy Abu-ul-Traifi kept a daily journal of the events that took place in Anandpur Sahib for the emperor, here is his eye witness account of that day.Extracted from the unpublished text of "History of Ramgarhias". THE ACCOUNT: "On the day Guru Gobind Singh Ji prepared Amrit in Anandpur, the attendance in the Diwan was about 50 to 70 thousands. The Mughals had four thrones (seats of Imperial Power), Delhi, Agra, Lahore and Kalanur, but the grandeur of Guru Ji's throne was in a class by itself. The grandeur of this throne was out of this world. Guru Ji came to the Diwan and, unsheathing his sword, spoke in his thundering voice that he needed a head. No questions or hesitation at all, Bhai Dya Ram came forward to Guru Ji. Guru Ji right in front of all, cut off his head from the body in one stroke. Every body present was stunned. Then Guru Ji again thundered and demanded one more head. Right on Guru's call, Dharam Chand got up, came to Guru Ji, bowed his head and said here is my offering of my head. Guru Ji, again, in one stroke cut off Dharam Chand's head from his body. Now there was a big commotion in the Diwan. But Guru Ji in his thundering voice went on demanding heads, one after the other. Himmat Rai, Mohkam Chand and Sahib Ram got up and offered their heads. Guru Ji cut off the heads of these three also. Many from the congregation went to Guru Ji's mother, and narrated the whole happenings in the Diwan to Mata Ji. Guru Ji cleaned up the blood from the five bodies and heads, and even washed the floor, Then the Guru of these infidels, stitched one head with other body, one by one. This process took about three hours. Then he covered these dead bodies with white sheets. The Guru of the infidels then took a cauldron made of stone and put an iron wok without handles on top of it. Poured water into the wok and started preparing the "Amrit" (Aab-e-hyat - Elixir of life). The infidel Guru kept churning the water with his sword and kept on reciting his Kalma (Gurbani). This process went on for 1.5 to 2 hours. During this time, a lady from Guru's house came and put something in that water. Now the Amrit "Elixir" was ready. From the corpses, he took the covering sheets off. First he sat on the head side of Dya Ram, and poured AMRIT "Elixir" in his mouth, then poured some on his head and sprinkled some on his body, and then he asked the dead body to say "Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh." As if on his Guru's Command, Dya Ram got up and repeated in his bold voice,"Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh." It appeared that in the entire congregation every body was so stunned and as if stopped breathing. There was pin-drop silence. All those present were mesmerized with their Guru's miracle. In the same manner, one after the other, Guru made the other four alive too. Then, he took all five of them inside a tent. After a while Guru Ji along with the five came out. The Five were now wearing new attire. Those five risen from the dead were standing in a line. Then Guru came in front of them and took the "Bir Asan" (Posture of the brave - kneeling on one knee) and asked for the Amrit "Elixir." At this point, these five asked, what are you offering to get this Amrit "Elixir." Then Guru said that I would sacrifice my parents and my sons for your sake. Then these five gave Amrit "Elixir" to Guru Ji, and his name was changed to "Gobind Singh." The word "Singh" was attached with other five's too - Dya Singh, Dharam Singh, Himmat Singh, Mohkam Singh and Sahib Singh. I was very remorseful and cried like a baby. After that, thousands took the AMRIT "Elixir". Even, I was attracted by a magnetic force and with utmost regret fell on Guru's feet. I requested Guru to give me Amrit (Aaab-e-hyat) too. Guru Ji already knew about my role as a spy and a traitor, put his hand on my back, gave me Amrit and changed my name to Ajmer Singh. Just with this act, my sins of numerous lives got washed away. I participated in many wars. On that day, I sent my last report to Emperor Aurang Zeb. In this report I wrote my eyewitness account in details. I also warned Aurang Zeb in the strongest possible words not to dare challenge the incarnation of God, and desist from cruel policies and that if he did not listen to and act on my advise, then God forbid, he would lose all - his throne and family." (Extracted from the unpublished text of "History of Ramgarhias"). Akaal Sahai jio.
  3. Very informative article about how the world is getting bipolar and how Russia-China are joining hands to undermine the west and India as India has decided to be America's puppet. http://www.businessinsider.com/3-ways-a-russia-china-axis-is-seeking-to-undermine-the-west-2016-9?IR=T/#1-supporting-rogue-regimes-economically-and-militarily-1
  4. 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.
  5. The maoists are also capable fighters.
  6. 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.
  7. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-global-oil-crisis-of-2020-What-is-its-impact-on-India
  8. 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.
  9. Many people believe that 'adhakk' is a new invention but there is a puratan bir of Dasam Granth called Bhai Daya Singh bir Aurangabad. It contains the great bani 'bhagauti astotar' and it contains the 'adhakk'.
  10. Some people say that hukamnama cannot be taken from Sri Dasam Granth Sahib as it never got Gurgaddi. But when parkash of Guru Granth Sahib(then called Aad Granth) was done in Harmandir Sahib around 1604 AD, hukamnama was taken. We all know Guru Granth Sahib got gurgaddi in 1708AD and not in 1604AD. So does it proof that hukamnama can be taken from Dasam Granth Sahib?
  11. Fatehnama was a letter written by Guru Gobind Singh Jee to Aurangzeb. At the starting of this letter, there is mention of green goblet(shaheedi degh).
  12. Dhan Dhan Bhai Maharaj Singh Ji

  13. http://sikhsiyasat.net/2017/06/01/punjabi-movie-based-bhai-randhir-singhs-mulakat-shaheed-bhagat-singh-released/
  14. Mention of shaheedi degh in fatehnama!

    this is the remainder of the bani.
  15. Baba Natha Singh Jee was a Nagarchi Singh of Guru Gobind Singh Jee Maharaaj. Guru jee gave him shastars, sarbloh simrana, kanghaa etc. at Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo before leaving for Nanded. Guru Jee ordered Baba Natha Singh to do parchar in Punjab. One puratan bir of Guru Granth Sahib and one puratan bir of Dasam Granth Sahib have been found at this place. In the puratan Dasam Granth bir, 325th Charitar of Charitropakhyan is missing.
  16. 325th Charitar missing in Puratan Dasam Granth Bir!

    Baba Baljeet Singh is the mukh sevadar there. His contact no. is 9463513563
  17. http://www.tribuneindia.com/2011/20110508/punjab.htm Nanak Kuan gets a gurdwara* Denizens of Maghar town near Gorakhpur in UP believe that Guru Nanak Dev and saint Kabir met at Maghar.* When Guru Nanak visited the place, it was reeling under a drought. So he got a well constructed which is known as Nanak Kuan.* Even though there are no Sikhs in Maghar, a large number of persons have faith in Guru Nanak and are known as Nanak Panthis.* Earlier, the Nanak Kuan Gurdwara had 2.5 acres in its name, but there was no building.* Gurdwara building to be ready in a few months. Text: Perneet Singh
  18. Sri Chand Ji after meeting Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji handed over his sect to Guru Sahib. Guru Sahib appointed his eldest son Baba Gurditta Ji to head this sect after reorganizing it and turning it into a missionary group of Sikhism. Followers of Sri Chand adopted Gurmat and submitted themselves before the supremacy of NAAM. The proof of this is a very famous sakhi of 7th Guru Sahibaan Guru Har Rai Sahib Jee. Below is the sakhi taken from : http://gurmatbibek.com/forum/read.php?3,298 ======================================================================================================================================== Bhagat Bhagwan Gir was an ascetic sadhu, who was the owner of a big dera with 360 branches, with his headquarters at Budh-Gaya. Once he decided to meet Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji, he departed from Budh-Gaya, on the journey to Kiratpur he thought if Guru Ji can see his mind desire he would appear in the form of Chatturbhuj. When he reached Kiratpur he went to see Guru Ji, whom he saw in the form of Chatturbhuj, seeing this he became unconscious and fell to the ground. When he revived consciousness he saw Guru Ji in his real form and said “My lord, do a favour to me and make me your disciple”. Guru Ji said “Bhagat Bhagwan, for the purpose you have visited this place has been fulfilled. Now you should go and meet Baba Mehar Chand the disciple of Baba Sri Chand.”Bhagat Bhagwan obeyed the advice of Guru Ji and met Baba Mehar Chand, and told him the whole story. He also said he had a big dera with thousands of ascetic sadhu being his disciples. When Baba Mehar Chand heard his story he laughed and said “Bhagat Bhagwan you have not left your ego yet. You have been leading a sadhu jatha but you are still entrapped in ego, greed and allurement. If you want to get rid of these you should go to Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji. I have no treatment for this decease; you should get Naam from Guru Ji.”Bhagat Bhagwan reached Kiratpur to meet Guru Ji, he now wanted to become a true Sikh, informing his disciples he said “Now I have decided to become a true Sikh of the Guru, I will put off the dress of an ascetic. Those who want to become Sikhs should come with me and those not interested in becoming Sikhs can go wherever they want.”When he meet Guru Ji he feel at his feet, Guru caught his hand and stood up from his seat, Guru Ji embraced him with great love, Guru Ji gave him Charan Amrit and Naam. Bhagat Bhagwan got true bliss and his ego, greed and allurement vanished.He became a devout Gursikh and always served Guru Ji with humility. Guru Ji was pleased to see his Seva, one day Guru Ji called him and said “Bhagat Bhagwan, we are pleased at your service (Seva), we appoint you as a preacher (Masand).” Bhagat Bhagwan went to his homeland and established 360 preaching centres in UP and Bihar, his headquarters was at village Nanapur near Patna Sahib (Bihar). ================================================================================================================================== The above Sakhi clearly demonstrates that Baba Mehar Chand who was a disciple of Sri Chand had adopted Gurmat and submitted before the supremacy of NAAM.
  19. Many people suspect the chand torra on the dumalla of Nihangs as a hindu symbol as the chand(moon) is linked to hindu demigod Shiva. But there is a Chand Shastar of Guru Gobind Singh Jee. It is kept at the Historical Gurdwara of Laxmipur, Bihar. This is a sher panja shaster of Guru Sahib. This was worn around the knuckles as a knuckle buster, Laxmipur is a small village which has a lot of sikhs living in and around the village.
  20. Akali Kaur Singh was a very important Sikh figure in the first half of the 20th century. He was present in every important Sikh affair and his opinion was very much valued in Panth. He was a very strict Bibeki Gurmukh. He was also very good friends with Bhai Randhir Singh Ji. 'Loh Parkash' was a book written by Akali Hazura Singh Nihang in 1925. He was the Head Granthi at Takht Hazur Sahib. Akali Kaur Singh wrote the foreword to this book. In this foreword, he provides us with valuable information that the Puratan Buddha Dal Singhs considered the Sarbloh Granth Sahib to be by authored exclusively by Guru Gobind Singh, and that there were only about ten manuscripts in the whole of India. He humbly requests that a King or rich Sikh should take up the service of printing the Sarbloh Granth Sahib. 'Loh Parkash' can be downloaded from www.sarblohgranth.com and can also be found on scribd.com
  21. Surjit Singh Barnala is dead