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  1. Broken leg/ sprain

    Magnesium oil may help. Have a good read about it.
  2. Delhi to Punjab by road

    If you do Delhi to Punjab by GT Road route make sure you stop at Sukhdevs Dhaba, and get some paneer pakoreh!
  3. Chill Singh, that's what I'm trying to say, we got bigger things to think about! Bhai Jagraj Singh Ji has already answered all these questions. Eff the liberals, ohna ne apni aap bond marr vaa le ni
  4. Singh's with dreadlocks

    Veera no it’s fine. Never any offence from a Singh. Indian jata aren’t like the proper ones, the hairdresser said it will take ten flippin’ hours to do them with two people because my kes are long!! Banda s4la beta das khente lol! And yes he can take them out and give all the tips, but he doesn’t provide any products. There are ways of keeping dreads clean; Jamiceh saaf rakh de. And cornrows? Will I even be able to tie a dastaar with them?
  5. Singh's with dreadlocks

    What would your personal opinion be Bhai Ji? Gursikhs advice always helps.
  6. Singh's with dreadlocks

    Thanks for the reply brother, only want to get jata because of my serious health condition, just to keep my kes. And thanks for letting me know of the sakhi. Naale tusi Sukhnidhaan peete? Your words are all minced. (joke before you attack me)
  7. What you reading these days?

    Confessions by Saint Augustine of Hippo, so far so good, will update as I go along. Amazing some of the ish he said.
  8. Singh's with dreadlocks

    Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh. What’s the sangats opinion on a Singh getting dreadlocks? I have a condition which is causing my kes to deteriorate (don’t want to elaborate), I want to preserve my kes though. I’ve tried Biotin to keep it in good condition to no avail. Called a dreadlock hairdressers, said he’s had a few Singh’s come to him (probably some of the one's who wear a dumala! Look like Rasta's)! Was surprised tbh! Said he's even familiar about most Punjabi’s hair thickness etc. Kamaal di gal ah but right or wrong? I'd still be able to wear a dastaar btw. And become a Saadhu in the process lol.
  9. Madness, truly, our quam has more important issues than a pic of a gay flag on a Sikh website! Tuhanu kuch hon laga mara jaya gay flag dekh ke?! We have one of our most Mahaan Prachaaraks dying of cancer and we’re worrying about this ish. If you don’t like it don’t visit that website! Minor gallan Sangat Jio. How will we ever get forward, Rabb Jaane. Eff the flag pic people.
  10. I agree. My point was that we should be wiser as collective Sangat in tackling various issues and make small but effective inroads to implement change no matter how difficult it may be, instead of protesting. The way I see it is that many of our Guru Ghars are under control by non-Sikhs. If we (Diaspora GurSikhs) retake control, things will change apne aap, we just need to keep the bigger picture in mind. My bad, brother, it’s been a very long time since I kept up with the Bhangra scene. I was referring to the overall mindset of the Leamington community, the typical “chak de phatte” attitude there. Sikhi is pretty much dead in those ends. Kanjar khanna prevails in Leam, strongly.
  11. You’re forgetting that Leamington is home to idiots like Aman Hayer and Notorious Jatt. It’s definitely a Punjabi stronghold, nothing Sikh about them there.
  12. On 9/11 nonetheless. Could we have picked a worse day to be in the news? And with words like “siege”, and phrases like “large numbers of knives” and “not terror related”, what is the janta supposed to think? Gurdwaras in Leamington (and similar areas) serve little purpose Sikhi-wise. All they do is carry out empty ceremonies. No prachaar, Sikhi classes, proper Santhiya etc. Maharaaj should not be present at these places full stop. They should only attend after sevaks have ascertained that They are genuinely needed there. Too many Saroops are available; this was not the case in Puratan days. There would be far less beadbi if this mistake hadn’t been made. One of many problems we’ve inherited from the “mahaan” Singh Sabha movement.
  13. Although I support the protests, I feel they’re beginning to do more harm than good. The negative media attention is destructive (and cringeworthy); the news today has made us out to be knife wielding criminals. And the popular but extremely ignorant opinion of liberal “Sikhs” doesn’t seem to help. This recent episode makes me think Kirpana are going to get banned if they carry on like this. The protests aren’t really working IMO or if they are considered to be working, their overall effect is definitely detrimental. Anyway, protesting in places like Leamington, which is full of atheist Punjabi phudus, is an exercise in futility.
  14. Sikhism On Vegan ?

    Food noun 1. any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink or that plants absorb in order to maintain life and growth. Drug noun 1. Pharmacology. a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being. 2. any article, other than food, intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of humans or other animals. 3. a habit-forming medicinal or illicit substance, especially a narcotic. Intention noun 1. an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result. 2.the end or object intended; purpose. Think about the three words above. See if something in your simple brain clicks. You don't have any motive, you're trying to do clevery and it's not working.
  15. Sikhism On Vegan ?

    Stop trying to be clever you numpty. As mentioned above I think you need to look at the definition of food. The drink bhang isn’t exactly imbibed for nutritional content and so cannot be considered foodstuff. There’s a difference between consuming food or a substance for its nutritional/medicinal value and consuming it for its psychoactive properties i.e to get high. If something has been prepared exclusively for its intoxicating effects then a Sikh would not be permitted to consume it without good reason e.g. injury, surgery etc. In Indian languages the word ‘bhang’ refers to the cannabis plant or to the prepared drink. One can happily consume raw cannabis without experiencing intoxicating effects.
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