monatosingh

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  1. Akaaluhhhhhh!
  2. WJKK WJKF. School is starting in about 2 weeks and I need some help. If I am going to wake up to do nitnem I need to do a kes ishnaan. (I am not saying nitnem is the problem, it's the kes ishnaan itself.) How will I tie a dumalla if my kes is wet. Hair dryer damages my hair and causes dandruff.
  3. You're not the only one veer ji :D
  4. What is that meant to mean? Whoever does the panj pyare seva needs to be from the jatha according to whichever jatha the amrit sanchar is dedicated to.
  5. Whoever you took amrit from I guess. I am looking to take amrit from SGPC. So if I smoked or whatever I will need to go to SGPC. Same if I took amrit from AKJ, I will need to go see an AKJ panj. If you cannot find the exact Panj that were there for your amrit sanchar just go to your next jatha amrit sanchar. As for the panj doing vape: Give them a <banned word filter activated> thapar and a big tight one.
  6. @Destruction or @Mahakaal96 might know.
  7. It's either their own choice later on. They might have kept it but then decided to get it cut.
  8. Yes, you may take it off I mean for me when I didn't realize i was practicing AKJ's rehit it was hard for me to sleep with a keski on. If you believe keski as a kakkar (like AKJ) then you should probably keep it on and when you are showering you tie it around you waist and you tuck your kanga in there too. You then get your kirpan and tie it around your head after you washed your kes because it could rust (if you have like a wooden case over it then it won't be a problem but just incase). If you think it will burden you then when you are reading nitnem I usually tie a towel turban. It makes it try a bit quicker and is comfortable too.
  9. Veer ji, it's not right to say that Nihangs are better than other's. We all achieve to do one thing in life, to take Guru ji's amrit. We all achieve to read bani, do simran, etc. Yes, certain nihangs may do 10 sukhmani sahibs or whatever and that's good but if they are doing it in terms of ego then that's when it is wrong. At the end of the day, we are achieving the same thing.
  10. This forum is AKJ friendly by the way so you need to watch what you are saying.
  11. Anyway, this thread wasn't about every jatha, etc's problems but where some people of their jatha go wrong. And the thread is about where they sometimes go wrong not which one was is a jatha or not.
  12. If Nihang and taksali's are not a jathebandi, then what are they? Nihangs and Taksali's are Khalsa, but why would Guru Gobind Singh Ji make two jathebandi's that have a little different beliefs than the normal Khalsa panth? It just wouldn't make any sense unless someone tampered with it after him?
  13. I know, that's what I specifically said "I am not saying all of Nihang dals do bani for our Guru".
  14. (THIS IS NOT A HATE THREAD) Nihang: They are good. They fight for the panth and for dasmesh pita. Living an awesomely mastana jeevan like a Nihang Singh because you've sold your life to Guru Sahib is absolutely amazing. The problem? They are still in that 1800 mindset. They strive to do the longest jaikara possible off heart, but not make space for bani. Their good with their weapons but we never know they could be empty on the inside. They can have 150 talvars, and the most massive dumalla possible but it's about the inside! AKJ: Gurbani keertan is the most supreme force in this world. The problem is when you become more obsessed with which keertanees are doing the keertan, rather than the Gurbani that is being recited. I notice people leave after a certain akhand kirtanee group are finished. We are doing kirtan as sangat for the Guru and akaal purakh, not the kirtani group. (ADMINS, I don't see this hurtful in any way. In fact, most of AKJ are brilliant and we all love them. Their equality with dastar over opposite sex defines Sikhi a lot) Taksali: Keeping sucham like the Taksali is a great thing. To keep ultimate cleanliness because you're constantly serving humanity, and you're keeping your mind that your body is the house of your soul which is a part of Parmatma, and that you want everything to be absolutely perfect for the King of Kings Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee Maharaj is a phenomenally wonderful concept. The problem becomes when you're stopping yourself from doing seva because it may make you unclean. The problem becomes when you're more obsessed about getting clean enough to go into darbar, rather than seeing your Guru. Missionary: Being constantly aware of external attacks on Sikhi and having enough faith in your Guru that you're willing to question everything in the world like the Missionary is extremely admirable. The problem is when you lose the faith in your Guru, and place the faith in your own mind. Now the reason I made this is to show certain Sikhs of whatever jatha they in see where they are wrong. I am not saying all of AKJ don't do kirtan for our Guru, I am not saying all of Nihang dals do bani for our Guru and I am not saying the same about Taksali's. (Admins, I don't see anything protesting against another jathebandis' rehit maryada)