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Kaur72

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  1. I guess nobody knows why budha dal and hazoor sahib give kirpan Amrit to women and khande da for men.. I don’t understand this thing because I don’t know the reason it’s making me to think something that I shouldn’t be thinking. So anyone knows plz share it. I had already planned about going to hajoor sahib in March and get Amrit from there but after knowing this it’s making me to stop like why is this difference between men and women everywhere now. Before I knew about doing sewa and now about Amrit too.. things like these makes me soo disappointed.. that’s the reason I want to know the reason
  2. Why is it for women it’s kirpan Amrit and for men khande da.. what difference does this make and why not five Singh’s if someone know plz tell me.. I want to know the reasons behind this.
  3. Can someone plz explain this to me.. kirpan Amrit what is it.. what’s the difference b/w these two and at hajoor sahib how do they give Amrit to women. Plz
  4. I’ve been using menstrual cups but don’t know why it leaks a little.. do u know how can I make it stop leaking.. I’m pretty sure that it pop open and sealed because if I try to pull it down I can feel that it’s sealed so I don’t know if that’s the problem of leakage or something else.. any tips would be helpful if u also use cups. Thanks
  5. Fair enough but we are discussing about doing sewa not going into battle field. Why can’t we do sewa at harmandir sahib. Sewa is for everyone and which guru made these rules that men can do sewa but for us women we can’t at some parts.. these rules are man made. And which is not right..
  6. Here we go. Another one.. hasn’t got admission in Guru Nanak ji’s school and don’t think will ever get..
  7. J cycle nai chal reha fer v nai. Sirf 5 dina krke poore mahine vch ik din v nai kar skde.. this is not right. Now I have to take birth in a male body to do the sewa.. what to say and do about this it’s disappointing...
  8. Khalsa Mool Mantar

    If anyone has translations of Khalsa mool mantar.. 🙏🏻
  9. This is what I mean.. that’s why I’m confused between Taksal and budha dal.
  10. God.. how old r u? I’m going to take Amrit soon as well..
  11. Would u plz mention the reason. I’m not going to go for them either but just want to know what’s wrong with them or any other jatha.. I’m thinking about damdami Taksal or budha dal. thanks
  12. Which jatha is doing good nowadays like who are actually following the maryada that Guru Ji wanted us to follow. And if I not wrong thn Guru Gobind Singh ji made damdami Taksal so how and why the other jathas AKJ, missionarys, nihangs and others came.. which ones is the best to go for.. anyone plz help
  13. I want to ask one thing coz I don’t have any idea about this but I’ve heard people say if an amritdhari kuri/munda when they marry thn they have to find a partner who has also taken Amrit.. so Jagmeet singh is an amritdhari but I don’t think the girls has taken Amrit. So is this allowed to an amritdhari to marry a non amritdhari..
  14. Sikhs and celebration?

    How is this is a separate issue? Today we are talking about shaheedi and for what they gave their heads because they didn’t accept Islam.. I don’t think it’s a separate issue. And yes this is what we should be doing rather thn taking sikhi for granted.. I know the positive side that ur talking about.. that’s included when u remember the day, how Aurangzeb tortured chote shaibzade.. the tears that come down from the eyes are of proud and grief at the same time but not joy.. not for me.. and I don’t think we need to scare anyone or anyone should get scared from us because we celebrate shaheedi diwas that’s not what our gurus taught us.. to scare anyone.. scared and feeling of proud in a positive way are two separate things.. thanks ji
  15. Sikhs and celebration?

    Do I have to mention every single shaheedi? How can u say Khalsa Panth is in chardi kalah. Nihangs and some other Sikhs are converting into Christianity.. this is what chardi kalah is for u? and there are Sikhs here who are “celebrating” this day with songs on and with no emotions in their heart and going to Anandpur Sahib but u can tell they’ve no emotion or a feel of gratitude and everyone is included in this not only youngsters. I don’t support this kind of celebrations.. these days are for remembrance. im proud of what they did for us but that doesn’t mean we should only think about celebrating it and not think about the other side how mehngi sikhi we got on which cost. Of course they are in high spirits don’t denying anything but still think about it with slightly different perspective as well.
  16. Sikhs and celebration?

    I don’t think we are wrong. Shaheedi is not to celebrate.. do we celebrate when a beloved one dies in our family? If someone dies in jan or feb that year we don’t even celebrate Diwali or any other festival no marriages nothing that whole year. Shaheedi of our Mata pita and beloved brothers is not to celebrate.. we should actually show gratitude by following sikhi in true manner and be a true sikh.. like there’s some people who are changing their religion for sake of money they are converting into Christianity.. right. So disappointed with this.. and in gurudwaras they serve kheer/jalebi on these days that needs to be stop as well. Only simple langer daal and roti should be served..
  17. Effects of Dasam Granth Bani

    i love this one.. can’t find the full one
  18. Effects of Dasam Granth Bani

    Yes IMO the rules are for when ur doing it for whole night.. when making it a part of ur nitnem thn u just do one path and in the end do Anand Sahib..
  19. Effects of Dasam Granth Bani

    Some people here might attack u for what u mentioned.. lol and I totally agree with u it does gives us bir Ras and dasam banis has strict maryada but some people don’t know for whatever reasons they don’t want to believe it.
  20. Words Of Wisdom

    The Obstacle in Our Path In ancient times, a king had his men place a boulder on a roadway. He then hid in the bushes, and watched to see if anyone would move the boulder out of the way. Some of the king’s wealthiest merchants and courtiers passed by and simply walked around it. Many people blamed the King for not keeping the roads clear, but none of them did anything about getting the stone removed. One day, a peasant came along carrying vegetables. Upon approaching the boulder, the peasant laid down his burden and tried to push the stone out of the way. After much pushing and straining, he finally managed. After the peasant went back to pick up his vegetables, he noticed a purse lying in the road where the boulder had been. The purse contained many gold coins and note from the King explain that the gold was for the person who removed the boulder from the road. Moral of the story: Every obstacle that we come across gives us an opportunity to improve our circumstances, and while the lazy complain, others are creating opportunities through their kind hearts, generosity, and willingness to get things done..
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