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  1. She does not beleive that Guru Sahib authored any part of Dasam Granth. It's backup for when they run out of answers.
  2. Yeah, sure, someone wrote a post containg the same arguments you post over and over again, and then when there was a response, went and found you on another forum, and told you all about it. Sure, they did.
  3. So you are saying that you read her post and copied her more or less word for word, using the same arguments? Because it depends on what context you look at it in. You know this. Because as ----- had already posted her real name, photo, and told us what Gurdwara Management committee you were a member of, on Sikhawareness, then my re-posting it, doesn't add up to posting private info like her real name. Unless of course its' you. I am firmly of the opinion that it is. Admins, you don't need to delete anything. ----- has already told this information herself.
  4. Some of the posters on this forum have been entertaining this "kaur" with answers to a topic that she has no knowledge of. This poster, (I am convinced it's her from her writing) was also on Sikh Awareness. Her name is ---- and she posted the same arguments, with the same key words, against Charitropkhyan over and over on that forum. She was a member of the ------ Gurdwara comiittee (who are totally anti Dasam Granth). ----- claims to be a Sikh for 20 odd years ---- but yet cannot put 2 or 3 words of Panjabi together. Her views on Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth have been entirely shaped by people with no knowledge of Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth. She is too weak in Gurmukhi/panjabi to do her own research into this granth and so relies on others translations to help her. On Sikh Awareness there was the usual rat "sunny doad aka sheikhyobooty/uklondonsikh/guptveer1699 etc" who was posting wrong translations of Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth and other texts and ------ was feeding off them. You can reply to her befittingly as some of you have done, but she will not change. She will just come back with the same rubbish a few months later in another disguise. From youtube comments on Basics of Sikhi "Questions about Dasam Granth? " : Below her comment on YouTube 1 month ago My issue is that Charitropakhyan openly denigrates women with messages to Singhs like don't trust women, don't allow women to lead, that women are all deceitful (it actually says women are the embodiment of deceit) In one charitar it speaks of a cheating husband who's wife finds out and then convinces him that she is all obedient (as if obedience / subservience is the pinnacle of being a good wife) and convinces him to let her go out. She then cheats on him. The moral message at the end of the charitar is that singhs should never trust women because if given too much freedom and trust she will make a fool of you. (In other words women are to be controlled and never given freedom let alone chance to lead) Her cheating is not what was the issue so much as that she made him a fool. His cheating is not condemned at all by the way. In another charitar a woman maid is severely beaten and ends up killing the trader and his wife who beat her. She is the one condemned as having deceived them. The severe beating she received is never condemned at all. So it's condoning abuse of woman. In another charitar 312 it outright says God regretted creating the female gender. There are no corresponding charitars about males putting males down as deceitful etc. Why? Would Guru Gobind Singh Ji really think women are deceitful and never to be trusted by Singhs? Would Guru Gobind Singh really say that Waheguru regretted creating the female gender? Are we (females) just to be owned and controlled by males and seen as lowly and subservient only?
  5. Any old port in a storm Mr Singh!
  6. Who would even go to that forum, if they wanted to learn about Gurmat anyway?
  7. It was supposed to have one. But it was decommissioned on the day, the final partition was announced. So there was no-one to appeal to after partition happened. The criminal british did it on purpose. First it was hthe Brahmans, now its the British? The Sikhs of West Panjab did little more than defend their own lives and hope to reach East Pakistan. This was one of his biggest blunders. The Sikhs had to pay a huge price for this. Still I like the way you have said "many Sikhs" when there was around 7000 killed. By being the first person to be jailed in a free India for sedition? You worry me. A lot. Your perception of history is based on some kind of paranoia. You can't blame others for everything all the time. we Sikhs made many mistakes over this period. But to say it was down to some conspiracy by the Brahmans or the criminal british is poor. Read about his life and you will find out.
  8. The British were of the opinion that Panjab should remain undivided and go completely to Pakistan. But <banned word filter activated> was the Congress who using Jinnah's own weapon against him, stating that as the Muslim majority areas cannot be forced to live under India (as part of the two-nation theory) Non-muslim majority areas could not be forced to live under pakistan rule. The British agreed with this and agreed to partition the two states of Panjab and Bengal. So the two main states, Panjab and Bengal were divided in a similair fashion. The Sikhs never launched any agitation that I know of against ML minority govt, as the muslim league were denied the opportunity to form a govt by the Panjab Secretary who invoked Governor's law after the muslim league brought down the Unionist govt. The muslim league only had 80 mps out of 178 so they couldn't form a government in Panjab by themselves. Governor Jenkins many times refused them on this basis. What the Sikhs were doing in east Panjab was trying to kill as many muslims as they could whilst they had the chance to, and the West Panjab Sikhs were trying to escape with their lives. At that time, the East Panjab Sikhs should have focused on the border villages of Lahore/Amritsar/Gurdaspur that held important Sikh shrines such as Kartarpur etc. They should have occupied these villages and refused to let them go to pakistan. We have all seen what a mess the pakistanis have made of Sikh heritage there.
  9. IN an ideal world the Sikh states and the Panjabi Sikhs wold have joined hands. But the Sikh states, esp Patiala, were more pro-Britihs than pro-Sikh. The Maharaja of Patiala and Master Tara Singh never got on. Patiala always supported the British over the SGPC and Akali Dal. Concerning the Kingdoms/princely states, Mountbatten gave them two ultimatums: join India or Pakistan. None were given a third option. If a huge Kingdom such as Hyderabad couldn't hold out against India, despite being 10 times bigger than all the Sikhs states put together, how could the Sikh Kingdoms?
  10. Guru Gobind Singh has not written that anywhere, and there is a chance he may have said it. The quote is also attributed to Sardar Jassa SIngh Alhuwalia, but above all it's a quote from Prachin Panth Parkash. Khushwant Singh is a cretin. His books are trading a fine line between sneering and outright contempt at the Sikh faith, the Sikh people, and Sikh future. As i said before the Sikhs did not resisit partition, they were the ones who called for it in Panjab. I'm on planet earth and i will tell you that it was Chandu Lal Trivedi who called the Sikhs a criminal tribe. Now if you are still claiming it was Nehru, please tell us what planet you are from? Unknown failed teacher? You show your ignorance of his life. Master Tara Singh was not unknown, and not failed either. I don't know what you've read, but the partition had already happened and the PBF was there to ensure the peace. How could a body that was created to help with a smooth partition actually prevent, or accelerate partition? Ok, so now you have moved from 1947 to 1849?
  11. Guru Sahib never stated it. I don't know what books you have been reading, but you're wrong. It was the Sikhs who wanted partition of Panjab to stop ALL of Panjab going to Pakistan. No he didn't. Master Tara Singh was no agent. He was just not politically shrewd or longsighted. But he wasn't an agent. The PBF was a hopeless force from day 1. It was wound up after 2 weeks because it was so ineffective. They did have one major encounter with a sikh jatha in Amritsar, where they killed about 62 Sikhs from the jatha. Your post seems quite full of hysteria more than anything. What books have you read about partition?
  12. Yes, it was subjects like these that made the forum enjoyable. I learned so much from the work that we looked at collectively. Going back to the mad uncle, it was a blessing in disguide having him there, as he in a perverse way, actually got us to look at older historical texts by oursleves rather than just beleiving whatever had been writtne prior. Cha and lassi... had forgotten about that.
  13. The Sikhs did more to plan for a Sih state in Panjab than either the Muslims or HIndus. The only problem was the Sikh state that was envisaged would have a Sikh population of less than 30%. So the British argued how could it actually be a Sikh state. The Sikh population factor was the biggest handicap, followed by our religious heritage being spread all over Panjab. No matter what the Sikhs thought of they couldn't get both together and remain a majority anywhere. To have blind acceptance of the decision of the Radcliffe line was one of the conditions for an early partition. Both the Muslim League and Congress wanted the British gone as soon as possible, and Mountbatten laid the condition that whatever was decided by the British in terms of partition would have to be accepted by Muslims, Sikhs and Congress. All 3 accepted. But, and this is a really big but. The scheming devilish Brit-scum, told the 3 groups that there would be an appeal panel called teh Boundary Commission to which all 3 groups could appeal to if they felt the award was unfair to them. But this commission was wound up the day after the final boundary was demarcated (in Lahore) and so there was no actual process of being able to appeal to the Boundary Commission. It is a huge injustice that a border village housing "Sr Darbar Kartarpur" was placed inside Pakistan when it could have come to India instead. Then we would have at least had Guru Nanak's jyoti jyot place in our control. Similarly there were 5 other border villages, I mean properly on the border, which housed important Sikh historical Gurdwaras. These could all have easily come to India, if the Boundary Commission was a genuine organisation. But the british devils deliberately used this ploy to dampen down the Sikh fears. What is also interesting is that the SGPC actually pettitioned the Indian Govt to arrange an exchange of territory in Panjab with the Pakistan Govt, so we could have these precious Gurdwaras in our control, but the indian govt were not interested. Unfortunately, the Sikhs were preoccupied with being anti-muslim league, and anti-britsih rule, and not focusing enough on their future position. that scoundrel nehru pledged to the Sikhs in 1929 that "the Sikhs would be given an autonomous unit wher they could feel the glow of freedom." Yet for the next 18 years the Sikhs didn't develop that further in writing and concrete assurances and ended up where we are now.
  14. What challenging did you do on Sikh Awareness?
  15. Why is in-depth learning of Sikh philosophy and Sikh theology "left-wing and/or useless"? Again, how did in-depth learning of Sikh theology and Sikh philosophy work against "proper" guidance from learned Sikhs? The days you are talking about was when the sanatanists were there. They have been long gone from Sikh Awareness. Do you remember the hindu nationalist "Sher" and others like him and how we used to debate on that forum to combat their lies and propoganda? A year or three ago? The sanantis had long vanished by then. Swearing at each other? Calling each other names? Yeah bwoi, we moved on from that a long time ago. Kinda grew up. But look at who didn't. The nangs were on their way down when I joined Sikh Awareness. But the Vaishnavs, HIndu nationalist/extremists and the anti-Dasam Granth brigade were there. Along with others I confronted their lies, and anyone who read that forum regularly would see that. But where were you Akali Fauj? Tell us even one post you made where you rebutted the lies of the anti-Dasam Granth brigade who have been peddling their filth on that forum for the last three years. What dirt were you hiding in? What dirt were you hiding in when the Vaishnavs tried their hardest to convince everyone that Gurmat was an extension of Vaishnav mat? What dirt were you hiding in when you had posters like "Amandeep HIndustani" and "Sher" peddling their hindutva propaganda?