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SantSapai

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  1. Hanji... Thanks. The reason for the suitcases was because I live alone and tend to move every few years as I rent out. Hence why it's easier to store them in suitcases and put them aside (usually under the bed ). But moving again and need to dispose of things not needed due to lack of space and just generally have a clear out. Thank you Ji... Akaal!
  2. Vaheguru... Sangat Ji, how do you dispose of your old Dastaars? I tend to use some old Dastaars as keski's to wear when at home, doing sports (which I rarely do), going to sleep or on that occasional lazy cant be bother day however, I have built up a massive collection of old Dastaars now (all in suitcases) which need to be disposed of. I wouldn't bin them as I feel this would be disrespect. How do you dispose of them? Burn them the same as with fallen Kes? Any suggestions of the best method with full respect would be much appreciated? Akaaaaaaaal!
  3. Vaheguru... Read the Karni Nama then Raj Nama Akaal!
  4. Vaheguru... Read the Karni Nama then the Raj Nama - Maharaaj Ji's bachan are atul Akaal!
  5. Vaheguru... The place is a cesspit now. Gants Hill was once a great area full of hardworking and respected Panjabi Sikh and Hindu's, Jews, Gujarati's, South Indians who all get on well. It was always seen as one of the upper areas in the Redbrigde borough. Now it is full of Musilman. They have totally taken over. Bengali, Mirpuri and the odd Pataans. Ilford Lane is just a mini Karachi or Lahore. Seven Kings (once known as Seven Singh's) is now Islamabad. They have even gone out further a field these days and taken over Goodmayes, Dagenham, Barking and parts of Romford. On the North side of Ilford, Barkingside, Cranbrook, Redbridge, Fairlop, Newbury Park and Hainault are pretty much in the process of being transformed into Pakistan. You used to be able to walk about freely and get respected by locals when they saw a Sikh with his/her Dhumalla but now the locals are the type where they will deliberately shout "oh paaji/sardaar ji/balle balle". They gather in small groups like sheep. Too afraid to say something on their own. They have really put the EAST in East London. Akaal
  6. Thank you all... I order Royal Bluebut there's always a difference. Maybe a trip to Anandpur Sahib is due to get some
  7. Gurfateh ji, I am looking for the really deep blue that Nihung Singh's wear. I buy dastaars online (UK) but the colour fades quick and two dastaars are never the same shade when newly ordered. I came across an online store in Panjab with the colour 'tohra'. The pic is a deep blue but pics are pics. Has anyone heard of this shade of blue? I was gifted the blue I want/talking about (really deep blue almost purple tint) years ago and use it as a keski. The colour hasn't faded in 7 years of use and washing (f74 malmal). Anyone help? Thank you ji Akaal!
  8. Gurfateh... Does anyone know the true marayada of taking bhang? I have heard panj puthay is the parataan marayada. Also what are the valid methods of consumption (barring smoking it)? Akaal!
  9. Thank you for sharing the link. Interesting post. Not too sure about the Shaster being sanmukh to Guru Sahib as a valid reason though for the anti-clockers. Maharaaj ang sang in all directions but again this comes down to ones shardha pavnah. I also used to think that we go left to right - the same direction Gurbani (and English etc) is written. Thanks, Akaal
  10. Hanji, That is what my thinking has always been too. Just thought I'd ask to find out if anyone had a different reason as to why some go in the opposite direction so to speak. I thought that they may have some sort of marayada they follow. Thank you ji Akaal
  11. VJKK VJKF! Quick question Sangat Ji, I have being doing parkamaya from left to right (Maharaaj Ji's Saroop being on my right side) most of my life when doing Guru Sahibs darshan. I have noticed that some do it from right to left (opposite direction). Mainly noticed that it is usually Nihung Singhs/Singhniya. What is the correct marayada if any? I ask because someone I have known for years recently changed the direction they do it in and it got me thinking. Thank you ji Akaal
  12. Gurfateh Penji, I thought I would let you know (credit where it's due etc) that your tip with the Persil colour and vinegar has worked very well. Thakn you. It's much appreciated. Akaal!!
  13. Vaheguru! Thank you for the tips. I will put this into action on the next wash. Vaheguru!
  14. Vaheguru! Thank you for this. I use the liquid non-bio Persil. I will try the colour friendly biological one with vinegar as per your suggestion. A quick question though, when adding the white vinegar, do you add it into the actual machine (where the clothes go) or where the liquid goes? Much appreciated.
  15. No. I am talking just general day to day. Thank you. Vaheguru!