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5akaalsingh

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    Amrit Peeaa Satgur Deeaa || Avar Naa Jaanaa Dooaa Theeaa ||
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    Itihaas, Gurbani (Adi Guru Granth Sahib, Dasam Guru Granth Sahib, Sarbloh Granth Sahib),French Revolution, Napoleonic Wars, World War I, World War II

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  1. Nihungs have saved a-lot of our heritage, in comprarison to SGPC
  2. I don't believe this legend. Fact is that Red and Green was the state flag. War flags often had weapons or Durga on it. Durga was the symbol of Waheguru's shakti, invincibility. The Legend is mostly told by Sukhpreet Udhoke. I will post links pre-Sikh Empire flags as well as flags made by me and posted on Wikipedia based on authentic paintings of that era. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Basanti.png https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Empire_flag.jpg based on http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/empire/architecture.html#arch4 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kattar_Dhal_Talwar.jpg based on http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/empire/religious.html#religious15 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_flag.jpg based on http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/empire/religious.html#religious11 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Akali_flag.jpg based on http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/empire/nihangs.html#nihangs2 Guru Gobind Singh and Attendants ca. 1830's, wall painting, Darbar Sahib A very important painting, this is the only painting of human figures within Darbar Sahib. The Nishan Sahib includes a tulwar sword, a dhal shield with its four metal bosses which act as rivets for the strap handles visible inside the shield surface and at the very bottom a katar dagger. This banner configuration is identical to another depiction of Guru Gobind Singh on an exterior copper wall panel on the front face of Darbar Sahib. A recent photograph of the previous painting. The poor conditions under which this priceless painting is kept with an attached fluorescent tube and metal elements obscuring it will result in permanent damage and eventual loss. In this color photograph we can see that the background is a navy blue with gold speckled pattern and gold paint has been used for the weapons. We can see how the SGPC and the Singh Sabhais are just killing our heritage while they promote their non-historical 1920s made works by Sobha Singh. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Regular_Infantry_standard.png https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Empire_Battle_Standard-2.jpgk Durga flag of Sikh Khalsa Army captured by the English https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sikh_Empire_Battle_Standard-1.jpg Sun flag of Khalsa captured by English http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/mistaken/battle.html http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/19thcentury/places.html http://www.sikhmuseum.com/nishan/20thcentury/modern.html
  3. I live with Greeks who are all fanatic Orthodox Christians. A-lot of Ancient Greek Pagan stuff like painting worship, saints' body part worship etc has been mixed up with old jew christian traditions.
  4. Khanda was made by the English as a badge for Sikhs to wear on their turbans. After 1910s it showed in paintings and after 1960s the Amritsar Nishan Sahibs were also changed from yellow Kattar Dhal Talwar to saffron with Khanda. Since Guru's times there were many Nishan colours used. However, Guru Amardas ji used mostly white, Guru Hargobind ji yellow and Guru Gobind Singh ji blue. Of course, saffron was also used a bit later, probably after the agrarian uprising of Banda Singh.
  5. I have went to many Nihang shaunis as well as in Nirmaley akharas in Punjab and outside. They all practice this.
  6. P.S. One one occasion, the guy from the Akaal Channel show "Sikhis di Dastaan" criticized the Aarti Aarta as done in Patna Sahib. He was the same guy who debated the Taksali- Jagowaley on the issue of parallel Prakash of Sri Dasam Granth. I think he's a self made pracharak obviously motivated from the RSS conspiracy.
  7. I don't think so. I remember, Aarti Aarta was live streamed from Patna Sahib when Guru Gobind Singh ji's 350th Parkash Purab by Sangat or Akaal channel.
  8. Well, yes you can't find that on Wikipedia. I can list some sources which mention what I said: 1.Sohan Singh Seetal (1971). Rise of the Sikh Power and Maharaja Ranjeet Singh. Dhanpat Rai. p. 56. OCLC 6917931. (note: the original book has 667 pages; the open access version of the same book released by Lahore Publishers on archive.com has deleted about 500 pages of this book; see the original) 2.Gardner, Alexander (1898). "Chapter XII". Memoirs of Alexander Gardner – Colonel of Artillery in the Service of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. William Blackwood & Sons. p. 211. 3. The Pathans by Olaf Caroe
  9. LOL! Have those guys of that website EVER visited Hazur Sahib or Patna Sahib?
  10. Well, we have many sources from the pre-Misl era, that mention the great treatment of women by Sikhs. However, when we go to Sikh empire era (when many Hindus took Amrit and enlisted into Khalsa, thinking Sikhi was a warrior sect of Hinduism) there are a few sources that claim that Sikhs actually raped Afghan women in retaliation of Afghan atrocities. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranjit_Singh#Mughal_accounts) But, these sources are mostly written by Moslems and are not to be taken seriously. Plus, A lot of non-Sikhs served in the Khalsa Army including Pashtuns, Punjabi Moslems, Gurkhas and Punjabi Hindus.
  11. Note: "Hindu Dharma" here does not mean the Sanatana Dharma. One has to keep in mind that the term Hindu back then applied to every non-Moslem and not necessary to a follower of the set of Indian traditions, known as Hinduism. Just like Englishmen, Scotts and Welsh are called British. It was later, when the British came and dictionaries were written and the meaning of the word Hindu was standardized. Brother, please enlighten me, who are SJWs?
  12. It's Ghor Kalyug . The Gurus have predicted all this in the Gurbani. Guru Gobind Singh ji has already said that in such corrupt times, Akaal Purakh ji will send Kalki Avtaar.
  13. Yeah, that's a very serious problem, especially when you are a teenager... A friend of mine had this problem. He thought that it was beneficial for his health and also believed every bull5hit he heard from his white friends. The best way to tackle it is actually to convince yourself that this action is a grave sin. Here are some tips: 1. In your spare time, do naam simran. Try to do your daily nitnem, be sure you do kirtan sohila before sleep. See educational videos, especially those from Basics of Sikhi (How to control lust, man nu kive tikauna etc) 2. See the negative effects of masturbation (you can google them) 3. There is good chance that you may indulge in such activities due to the fact that you see alot of people around do it. Try to find good company and friends. 4.Kill a bad thought as soon as you can. Recognize it is as a very immoral action and that you shouldn't even think of doing such actions even in your dreams You can convince yourself that if this action is not doing any good to you, that it is against Sikh principles and that a good Singh would never fall victim of lust.
  14. They didn't do much against him. He should have been punished harshly, this was not a small issue. We shouldn't, however, expect a-lot from these "Jathedars" as they owe their titles to Badal.
  15. I don't think installing mods to play your favourite faction would be impossible. Plus, Civ 5 doesn't have real-time tactical feel. Most kids out there prefer, however, those first-person-shooters like CoD and GTAs