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  1. Dori on Kirpan?

    Stay safe from the Burning Hot Sarabloh Tava, will turn your face into a nice crisp Roti to put Gheo on.
  2. Vaisakh: Sikhi vs Punjabism

    In Bhai Gurdaas Ji's First Vaar, he says: Bhai Gurdaas Ji says ਵਿਸੋਆ (Vaisakhi). This can be taken as the Parkash of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. This also makes sense as Bhai Gurdaas Ji is talking the topic of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji being Pargat (ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਨਾਨਕ ਪ੍ਰਗਟਿਆ). If you had read the document linked, it was also Pooranmashi on that day (1 Vaisakh, 1526 BK). In Bhai Gurdaas Ji's Kabit Swaiye, he says: How can Bhai Gurdaas Ji go agaisnt himself? Personally, I still celebrate on Katak Pooranmashi due to the Panth's Decision, but I do believe that it can be possible that Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaaj could have been Parkash on Vaisakhi.
  3. Yes, Guru Sahib penned them on top. If you look at early Birhs of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, they all have them on top generally with the rule I had mentioned. They were not mixed, bottomed, and centered how they are like current saroops and senchyia printed today by printers. I don't care about the SGPC, but please don't call scholars like Bhai Randhir Singh (Scholar), Gyani Gyan Singh Ji Nihung, Nihang Naurang Singh (One who standarized Sarabloh Granth), Bhai Joginder Singh Vedanti, and Bhai Joginder Singh Talwara as lacking knowledge on Sikhi. They have spent more time studying Puratan Saroops than all of us.
  4. Please don't take this is a bad way, this had nothing to do with money. This was done by demands from Sikh Scholars, literally most early Birhs from the 1700's have the Manglacharans on top. There is a standard rule, the Manglacharan would be on the right side, while the raag + mahala would be on the left side (but still lower than the Manglacharan). If you look at very old saroops, you can see this system present. Slowly it went away as more "artistic" birhs started being scribed. Please don't bring in other un-releared issues pls.
  5. Exactly, there would have been no controversy over Manglacharans being on top or bottom, over missing or added lagamatras, and other human mistakes introduced by Saroop copiers over the centuries. There have been many people who have claimed to have the Damdami Birh, but most of them were never verified and are fake claims.
  6. @Akalifauj I recommend you re-read SinghFauja's post again.