Singh123456777

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  1. Age doesn't matter at all. It depends on how mentally prepared a person is. For example my wife is older than me!
  2. Hey chatanga and dalsingh, I found satkiran from Sikh awareness!
  3. They shouldn't be but 90% of people in charge of gurdwaras are
  4. There are a lot of so called "Sikhs" who believe in larivaar and insult pad ched. This topic was on this forum I think in 2012 and we had a huge debate then.
  5. Well would you want missionaries controlling your gurdwara instead? The people who insult dasam pitas bani? So yes I did a joyful war scream because I know my guru's bani will not be insulted. But if you like the missionaries in instead then go vote for them.
  6. These are committe elections not state elections. This just decides who will get control of the Delhi gurdwaras
  7. It's good because the SAD is pro dasam Granth. That's why there has been so much dasam Granth katha at Bangla Sahib for the last few years. The missionaries lost big time. A lot of people are saying vadala is an anti dasam granth person.
  8. What does padched have to do with this?
  9. Why are you so amazed?
  10. No peshi needed. You think when puratan singhs used to get cut in battle that their hair never got cut? You think they went peshi? No they did not. What about the singhs who got shaheed? They never had a chance to get peshi. Peshi is only for when somebody does something on purpose for example if you cut your hair on purpose. So don't worry about it.
  11. Shromani Akali dal won!! Gurbar Akaal!!!
  12. Lol
  13. Actually we both are wrong. I just looked at the picture using zoom and it's written that it's sri Guru ram das Ji maharaj. The person who is putting the tika on guru sahib is sri Guru amar das Sahib Ji.
  14. Thank you for the correction 🙂
  15. The 6th guru was over 7 feet. The 9th guru who was the 6th gurus son would be at least 6 feet. The 10th guru would have to be at least 6 feet if not more if you look at genetics. It's not possible for the grandfather to be 7 feet or higher and the grandson being 5 foot four
  16. Yes angels are real
  17. Don't limit the True Guru to our perceptions, cause the true guru can do whatever they want.
  18. Do you know how the guru looked? A lot of ithihas has said that Guru Sahib had a lot of jewelry rings and stuff included. So how can you say it's misappropriated? There is Guru sahib's ring if you want to do darshan of it.
  19. As the Sikhs brought the symbols of the previous Gurus before him, Guru Hargobind made it clear that he, in contrast to earlier Gurus, would mount a war horse and not resort to simply sitting as a peaceful holy man administering to the congregation on a 'manji' (bedstead). Abandoning the 'seli' (hat of silk cord) or 'topi' (silk cap) - traditional symbols of peace, he would a royal turban - the iconic symbol of a Kshatriya warrior. "Manji (bedstead) is given to Guru Granth Sahib, 'seli' (hat of silk cord) to Bedis (Guru Nanak's descendants) and 'topi' (silk cap) to the ['Udasi', i.e., missionary] sadhus. I have come for the protection of the Dharma of the Vedas. Now adorn weapons on me because without weapons enemies are not suppressed. On saying like this he put on two swords."(Gian Singh, Twarikh Guru Khalsa, First edition, (Yantar Guru Gobind Singh Press Sialkot, Babu Rajinder Singh manager, 1891),1:216)
  20. Seli topi of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj
  21. Again don't kill the messenger. All I am saying is try to be a little open minded to things, cause we don't know our history as well as we should.
  22. Well for the self portrait there are two
  23. There is Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji Maharaj's seli topi in kartarpur sahib so do as you wish with that. Believe it or dont believe it, it's your choice.
  24. PS: I noticed the Sikh Awareness site is offline again. Do you know something dally or chatanga?
  25. Bhagat Singh tried tying a puratan style dumala. This was most like what the gurus from the 6th guru onwards wore adorned with jewels and kalgi etc. The second pic is an old mughal chola that the Gurus most likely wore instead of the choleys we wear now days.