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  1. Lol this is such a joke. People are actually getting hyped up over a movie. Why don't you get hyped up over the real thing? Listen to Sri Nanak Prakash Katha. You won't regret it or get your mind messed up by a Bollywood production. http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audio.php?q=f&f=%2FKatha%2F02_Present_Day_Katha%2FGiani_Harbhajan_Singh_Dhudikey_(Vidyarthi_Sampardai_Bhindra)%2FSri_Gurpartap_Sooraj_Parkash_Granth%2FPatshahi_01_-_Sri_Guru_Nanak_Dev_Ji
  2. Disease promoting Atta and what to do

    Yes finger millet is very good. You are lucky in India as you can grow your own ancient/heirloom/natural varieties of grains and avoid the genetically modified & hybrid ones. Also, the best, most nutritious rice to eat is rakthashali rice which you can get in India. I cannot find it in the UK.
  3. Disease promoting Atta and what to do

    This would be a very good idea but you need to be careful to ensure you get grains which have not been genetically manipulated. I know that bajra, sorghum, corn have been researched to create hybridised and genetically modified varieties for example by DuPont. If you can be sure you are getting the real natural variety then go for it, if not then I would avoid. It's ridiculous how much our staple foods have been tampered with. I'm struggling to find anything which has been left untouched. It's not even enough to just buy 'organic', as I have seen genetically manipulated grains sold under organic certification even in the UK.
  4. Disease promoting Atta and what to do

    https://www.shipton-mill.com/flour-direct-shop/flour/organic-flour
  5. Why is everyone in shock? This is completely predictable and to be expected by the enemies of the Khalsa. The best thing to do is to stay away from the propaganda machine, educate your children and sangat and do not watch these movies. Money is power to these people so if you boycott it and don't invest your time, money, mental energy into it, the movie will flop and they will get the message. Otherwise this will only continue to get worse in the future. This is the best strategy and it will cause them great pain knowing that not only have their plans been ineffective, but they have also lost a huge amount of money in the process.
  6. Your answer is here. Listen to it all, its amazing: http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Giani_Harbhajan_Singh_Dhudikey_(Vidyarthi_Sampardai_Bhindra)/Sri_Gurpartap_Sooraj_Parkash_Granth/Patshahi_01_-_Sri_Guru_Nanak_Dev_Ji/Giani.Harbhajan.Singh.(Dhudikey)--108.Nanak.Prakash.Katha.-.Purbaradh.Adhyai.72.-.Dhru.Parsang.mp3 After listening to this you will want to listen to next katha in the series, which is also about sachkhand.
  7. Gurdwara shoe thief

    Once I wore flip flops to a gurdwara and someone stole them. So I had to take some flip flops from the toilets and went to another gurdwara about 5mins away. When I was leaving I went to the shoe area, and to my horror these flip flops were also stolen so I had to take some flip flops from here too! A couple of weeks later I saw a Singh wearing my actual flip flops at the 1st gurdwara. So I followed him and found out where he was taking them. I went back to this place once it was quiet and found my flip flops in the bathroom that was only for gianis! I took them back without anyone knowing. Then I returned the flip flops I had borrowed from gurdwara #2. This was a merry go round. The only thing is that there is one thief still out there who stole the toilet flip flops I had taken from gurdwara 1 to 2.
  8. Are there any herbal cures for Psoriasis?

    You are wrong and have been deceived into thinking that diseases cannot be cured but symptoms only 'managed' or 'treated'. This is precisely what pharmaceutical companies want you to believe. The immune system which has been triggered and programmed to attack self can be de-programmed. Why is this so hard to comprehend? Please stop propagating a false doctrine. Finally and most importantly, your view is not in line with Gurbani. Guru Ji reveals ਸਰਬ ਰੋਗ ਕਾ ਅਉਖਦੁ ਨਾਮੁ This truth is reinforced on numerous occasions in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
  9. Don't worry we've all been unaware. Short answer: bleach is really bad especially inhaling the fumes. The safest thing to use is soapnut liquid in a spray bottle. It kills bacteria. I know that white vinegar is popular but I have concerns with it. Don't use peroxide.
  10. How to become a Nihang Singh

    Still not as good as the kitchen knife in blazer comment. You won the internet with that one lol
  11. How to become a Nihang Singh

    I nearly started a fight due to my Dal. Luckily the waiter apologised and gave me a refund.
  12. Are there any herbal cures for Psoriasis?

    I think homeopathy is a waste of time and does more harm than good. It is relatively new and is based on flawed assumptions and ideas. Read up on it and see.
  13. Are there any herbal cures for Psoriasis?

    https://easyayurveda.com/2014/02/19/psoriasis-ayurvedic-understanding-treatment-modalities/ You should go to an ayurvedic doctor but I know that neem is excellent for psorasis. Herbs like giloy and turmeric are good too. Nightly triphala is also beneficial. Make sure he has plenty of ghee in his diet- it will help the skin. Give up inflammatory foods e.g. everything processed inc breads/sugar/snacks etc. Eat raw foods,fruit,veg, daals, sabjis (bitter gourd is good). For topical application organic sesame oil is very good, so is ghee. Use a gentle, moisturising soap like savon de Marseille. http://stores.ebay.fr/The-Art-of-Tradition/Savon-de-Marseille-Le-Serail-/_i.html?_fsub=17944705010&_sid=1352719910&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322 Avoid any commercial creams/moisturisers even ones from GP/dermatologists as I have looked into them and they do contain some shocking ingredients, which should not be there. If you have an aloe vera plant at home, the gel can provide a bit of relief too.
  14. 1kg lemon or lime, cut each one into 4 pieces, put into pateela. 0.5kg soapnuts(reetha), remove seeds, put shells into pateela. 5L water, add to pateela, boil until water reduces to half the quantity. Once cool, rub the soapnuts and lemon properly, strain it in a cloth. Use the liquid as a shampoo. E.g. semi-fill a large bottle, shake it up and use. This method produces 2.5L of liquid which is enough for 5 people. Adjust the quantities according to how much final liquid you want, keeping the ratio of lemon:soapnut:water the same. E.g. For 1 person start with this: 400g lime (approx 6 limes), 200g soapnuts (approx 40 soapnut shells), 2L water. If there is shampoo leftover, put it in the fridge to use the following week.
  15. I've tried it but it doesn't remove oil from hair and also makes hair smell afterwards. Maybe there is another way I'm not sure. Find out. I've also tried putting ghee in hair but again it makes it smell bad.
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