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  1. How did Balbir Bazighar gain influence?

    Bro OK lol im sorry Bhul chuk maaf Guru Ji forgive me and bless Singh Ji above.
  2. How did Balbir Bazighar gain influence?

    @Singh123456777 Which of the 3 Budha Dal's do you follow? (I know you definitely do not follow Balbir).
  3. WJKK WJKF For those who don't know, Balbir Bazighar is one of the "Jathedars" (quotations because he is fake) for Budha Dal. Budha Dal is currenty split into three. The true Jathedar, accoring to maryada, Akaali Baba Prem Singh The one who is believed to be the Jathedar, after Sangat didn't want Balbir to be Jathedar, Akaali Baba Joginder Singh The fake one, Balbir Bazighar. My question is, how did he suddenly gain so much influence? Did the government bribe him, etc? WJKK WJKF
  4. Authenticity of Sikhi to the max

    Am I really that much of a meme? Whatever. I know it's easy to manipulate one. It's not even that hard to code on yourself if it is really that easy.
  5. Indian In-laws

  6. Here is the full article for peeps who don't know what's going on: https://www.sikh24.com/2016/05/25/breaking-american-gurdwaras-call-for-boycott-against-kuldeep-singh-who-changed-the-sikh-amrit-ceremony/#.WqonY-jFIbU TL;DR: He changed the amrit sanchar. As per Sikh Rehat Maryada, the panj baania must be read, in the following order: Japji Sahib Jaap Sahib Tav Parsad Savaiye Chaupai Sahib Anand Sahib What he did was he took out Jaap Sahib, Tav Parsaid Savaiye, Benti Chaupai Sahib and replaced them with other hymns, which goes against Sikh Rehat Maryada.
  7. Authenticity of Sikhi to the max

    Well generally getting a hukamnama from SGGSJ is better, there is nothing wrong with taking a cyber hukamnama. The process is pretty much the same to be honest.
  8. Indian In-laws

    Trust me, any knife can do any damage. Kitchen knives are still normal knives, only difference is the edges are more suitable for cutting vegetables or what not.
  9. Indian In-laws

    They are from one of the cities most known for crimes, Birmingham. If you want to see the news article about it, I can post it.
  10. Indian In-laws

    Ah, do you go to the one that occurs at Handsworth Park? I mean, all the mele I went to have all tents packed.
  11. I think SRM states we should have one extra bani to read as nitnem anyways. I add (or have to add) Aarti-Aarta after Rehras. I suggest you guys to give it a try, you won't be tired like at amritvela. It's really relaxing listening to it as Kirtan form!
  12. Indian In-laws

    When the school don't give a **** about you wearing a Kirpan (like they did to me), start wearing a small shastar in your pocket (perhaps a kitchen knife, or a pocket knife) Sometimes it takes a while to take the initial kirpan out of the gatra, but you can get those gatra's that have buttons instead of stitches.
  13. Indian In-laws

    I wanted to be a parcharik too (of some sort), but like at first I wanted it as my only job but now my decision has changed. If not, then I want to do pehradaar seva of a Mahapurakh.
  14. Indian In-laws

    Ye I am thinking of getting a dumalla Chakar and possible hajooria when Vaisakhi Mela arrives.
  15. Indian In-laws

    WJKK WJKF Well, if I recall correctly when I picked my options I had to pick the eback (or whatever it's called) pathway. This meant I had to choose either Spanish or French (yuck). However, they said if I show them proof that I know another language (Punjabi), I wouldn't need to pick a language. I attend after-school Punjabi classes and I am doing GCSE in that class. I don't see why it's only Spanish and French we can choose, sure they are one of the most spoken languages "in the UK", but that figure can change any time. WJKK WJKF