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  1. I was wondering if you guys would know how could gurbani help with the substance abuse. I do chaupai sahib everyday and also listen to Dukh bhanjni path as well? Need an advise to kind of back track on the gurus path. Feel lost and don’t know where to start. thank you
  2. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! With Guru Sahib's Kirpa, we are presenting this new website that has been developed for searching Gurbani. It is Modern, Fast, Clean, and Simple. We are currently looking for feature requests and trying to get the Sangat's Input. https://gurbaninow.com/ Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa!
  3. Becoming a Gurmukh Odds

    Sadhsangat ji, I want to change my life around. What can I do? -Any tips, suggestions, been in a difficult period for the past 3 years, financially, workwise, martial relationships as well.
  4. Can some explain what does dhur ki bani mean.. is the whole Guru Granth Sahib ji is called dhur ki bani or some specific path is dhur ki bani.. because so many preachers say that we have dhur ki bani so if shri Guru Granth Sahib ji is known as dhur ki bani thn I’ve also heard that when dhur ki bani came thn Guru Nanak Dev ji kept writing he didn’t stop so now if Guru Granth Sahib ji is dhur ki bani thn when Guru Gobind Sahib ji officially gave it to us for our benefit so Guru Ji asked Bhai mani singh ji and baba deep singh ji to write it and gathered all the shlokas and raags kabir jis Ravidas ji baniya and all other path that we have and wrote them all together and thn Guru Granth Sahib ji was compiled. Correct me where ever I’m wrong coz I’ve just heard and read all these things and I’m still learning and trying to get knowledge..
  5. Doing path and dreams

    So I have been doing nitnem everyday and my life has so much bad luck and bad times but I am still doing it everyday and last night I had a really bad dream....why is this happening my life is so bad like if it was someone else they would be killed themselves by now but I won't as no know that is the bad thing to do ever.
  6. I have been on this forum for quite a long time now and gradually I have developed a keen interest in Sikhism.So,I was just wondering what does Sikhi say on slavery ? Does it condemn openly or it is silent on this issue ? Please give your answer with reference from Sikh scriptures.Thank you
  7. Somebody knows this shabad?

    Greetings everyone. A week ago a came across a beautiful shabad, but lost it now in dhur ki bani app. But i remember its meaning. "When a person is bound to lose by speaking, its better to stay quiet." Jithe .......othe changi chupp If somebody knows atleast a line, plz write the shabad or Ang number. Thnx in advance
  8. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Is there a Maryada for Handwriting Gurbani?
  9. A recording of Sant Mani Singh Ji talking about Sikhi, Naam and Gurbani. This very unique and special Enlightened being is the first brahmgyani to be born in England (outside of India). https://youtu.be/Swpq55f3msc
  10. 15 tuks to live your life by - Dos - 1. Sabsai upar gur shabad beechar || and Gyan Vihoona Kath KathLoojhei || Strive to cotnemplate on guru's word all the time , read as much SGGS as possible with understanding of the meanings (not mere recitation) 2. Ghal Kamaye kich Hatthon Deh || and Mithya Tan Nahin Parupkari || We should earn honestly and share the extra with the needy - should do a dasbandh of both money and time. 3. Mithat Neevin Nanaka Gun Changyaiya Tat || and Nanak fikke boliye tan man fikka hoye|| Always speak softly to all - regardless of their caste ,skin color, gender or social status. 4. Soora so pehchanieye jo lare deen ke het || and Bhai kahu ko det neh Bhai maanat Aan. Staty fearless, be physically fit, practise martial arts and be prepared to fight for your own rights and those of others. 5. Jo Nar dukh main dukh nahee maney | Kanchan Maati Jaane || and Jinhee Pashhatha Hukam Thinh Kadhae N Rovana Remain equanimous through happy and sad times - don't rejoice too much in good times and dont complain too much in bad ones. 6. So kyo manda Akhiye Jit Jamme Raajaan || and Har prabh mere Babla har devo Dan Meh Dajho || Equality of men and women and rejection of dowry (root cause of female infanticide) and grand weddings. 7. Mithya Tan Nahin Parupkaari Use your body as a charitable vehicle - Donate blood while alive and pledge organ donation. Bhai Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh (who put Indra to justice) - their last wish was that there organs be donated - even in their death they wished life for others. 8. Suniye Dukh paap Ka Naas || Listen to as much Gurbani as possible in guru's oradined Raag .... Dont's - 1. Jaat Ka Garab Na Moorakh Gavaraa || and Sa Jaat Sa Paat hai jehe karam Kamaye || Drop your castist last name - don't claim belonging to any castist group , not even of your ancestors , when some asks you your got - answer with "our ancestors were lowest of low castes , now we are sikhs and hence have no caste" . 2. Haq paraya Nananka Us Sooar Us Gaay || Earn with the sweat of your brow - with honest means and never desire something that is not rightfully yours. 3. Nanak Mangan Jhakhna Dukh Chad Mangiye Sukh | Dukh Sukh Doye Kapre pehre jaye manukh || Instead of demanding material things from Guru such as health, money , job etc, try to culitvate a realtion of love. 4. Sagan upsagan tis ko laage jis har cheet na aave || and Jab AApan Aap Ur Dhare To Sagan Apsagan kaho kaha veechare || Complete rejection of all kinds of veham bharam - jotish, sagan apsagan , vastu, palmistry, kala jadu, bhoot, vart pret etc. 5. Paathar lai poojei mukh mugadh Gavaar | oh jo aap doobat tum kaha taaranhar No Matha Tek to Photos / Idols. 6.jith peethai khasam visarai dharageh milai sajaae || and kabeer bhaaNg maachhulee suraa paan jo jo paraanee khaaNhi. tirath barat naym kee-ay tay sabhai rasaatal jaaNhi No usage of alochol or other intoxicants. 7. ਪਰ ਤ੍ਰਿਅ ਰੂਪੁ ਨ ਪੇਖੈ ਨੇਤ੍ਰ ॥ AND Gurmat Ridey Garrebi Aavey | Par nari de ner na jaave || Complete fidelity in Marriage - both man and woman do not look at anyone else lustfully - Let me know your thoughts .
  11. Question

    Just wondered in a lot of the Hukamnamas I've been getting, I've been told to serve the guru/saints what does this exactly mean?
  12. Bani question

    I have a couple of questions about doing path, if someone could kindly help me out? I learned to chant gurbani from audio made by a 3HO Sikh, and although I now know it by heart and love it, I've learned enough to tell the pronunciation and even some of the words are off. What I've got into the habit of doing is singing the Bani while reading the English so I have an idea of what I'm saying. So I've been studying Gurmukhi in order to sort out the problems with how I do it and to understand the Punjabi words instead of going through the English. It's getting better, but the thing I need help with is that it doesn't seem to 'work' when I'm doing this. I can't surrender to bliss or devotion or feel the naad, if you know what I mean. It's more like reciting the times tables. I keep getting tempted just to shut my eyes and let go and sing to my Guru. What would you do? One more thing - I know to wash hands before touching the gutka, but if I sneeze (I have a rotten cold atm :-D) do I need to go wash them again before continuing? Or if I touch my face or something? Thanks in advance to any of the sangat that can do the seva of helping me out here! GK x
  13. The SGPC, as the trendsetter in the Sikh world, has ratified Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa's transliterations of Gurbani which are highly erroneous and lacking the spirit of the original Gurmukhi. Unfortunately, since the green light from the Committee, one finds Khalsa's works all over the internet and in popular literature. For those interested in utilizing proper transliterations, I suggest perusing the Mahan Kosh and older Punjab simplifications which are still available even to this day. Below I present the proper transliteration of a Shabad which is usually employed by Islamic apologia to disparage the Sikh faith. Please note that Khalsa's erroneous transliteration was also used by Basics of Sikhi whilst they were debating whether Guru Nanak Dev Ji asks Muslims to be Muslims as per their own coda or as per Gurmat. 'Salok, Mahalla 1 To call yourself a Muslim is difficult... (here the original Gurmukhi reads 'Je hoye' i.e. if one is a Muslim- an individual who has submitted to Sri Akal Purakh) only then can you call yourself a Muslim. (In the next line, Khalsa has erroneously added in 'Prophet' whereas the original Gurmukhi has no mention of any preceptor:) To be a true Muslim, accept the primal "deen" (faith- by adding primal it means the ever-existent and unsullied truth as elaborated upon in the mool-mantar) as being sweet. Akin to a maskal (a file) scarping away rust, distribute your possessions among the needy. (Here Khalsa adds in 'Muhammad.'It is crucial to note that in the Bachittra-Natak 'Muhammad' is rendered 'Mahudin' whereas the term here is 'Muhanni.') Becoming a Muslim thus, tread via the edicts of deen and all delusions of life and death will be effaced. Accepting the Doer's will and surrendering to the Creator, discard your ego. Only then will your become merciful to one and all; only then can you call yourself a true Muslim.' -ASGGS, Ang. 141. A similar sentiment is again echoed, by the first Guru, on the same ang: '(In Islam) there are 5 prayers performed at 5 times having 5 nomenclatures each. (Vis-a-vis Gurmat the five prayers are) First prayer is of truth, the second of integrity in thought and deed, the third is of wishing prosperity upon all (and not just upon the Dar-al-Islam). The fourth is of possessing clean motives and the fifth is of praise (i.e. praise of Vaheguru). With these particular 5 prayers (as elaborated upon by the Guru), utter the confession of faith, good deeds and way of living; then you are a true Muslim. Oh Nanak, the false (who do not accept these figurative prayers) obtain falsehood.' -Ibid. The structure of this particular Shabad is a 'Pauri.' For a proper understanding of the idea conveyed in a 'Pauri,' the entire passage has to be read before passing any judgement (we do not expect Muslims to know this). The conclusive Shabad, by Guru Ramdass, summarizes the 'Pauri's' main concepts: 'If an individual forsakes aggrandizement, anger, falsehood and slander- if they discard maya and efface their "I-ness." If they discard their lust and hypersexuality- then even whilst residing in the shade of illusion they can obtain the blemishless Lord. If they forsake hubris and attachment to the spouse and progeny; if they abandon the thirst for worldly possessions- if they submerge their consciousness into the giver of bliss. Says Nanak, the True One will reside in that individual's mind. Through the true Shabad, they merge into the name eternal.'
  14. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! I wanted to know if it's ever ok to just listen to Nitnem without physically doing it due to some reason? Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
  15. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! The purpose of this question is mostly to ask why so many of those who consider themselves Sikhs get easily swayed by various groups such as RSS, Pakhandi Baba organizations, Badal, Other faiths brainwashing, and so on? The reason I wanted to know is if there is some huge mental problem that our community isn't addressing that should be addressed that we get swayed this easily, or whether our loyalty as a whole to Guru Sahib, isn't really legit and mostly Sikhs viewing themselves as merely Sikhs for being born into a Sikh family. Adding on to that is why Sikhs are more interested in keeping our Pre-Sikh traditions over the time period when we have so much better stuff as Sikhs, (I don't know if they live in pre-1469 times or post-1469)? And finally why are Sikhs as a whole getting an inferiority complex, when Punjab before anyone came there was the best society in the world, (it would have been better as a theocracy, but it's still good enough), our people are starting to have Ghulami complex to Goras and others which I don't understand why? Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
  16. WjkK WjkF Sangat ji, I wanted to know what happens to the soul when someone dies, does it stay to wonder through relative does it with draham raj? Answer with references to gurbani pls, as I have log conversations with some Singhs with lots of opinions.
  17. There are discussions going on in some threads at the moment about whether Sheikh Farid ji was a Muslim. I would like to hold these discussions in one place, partially because they are extraneous to the thread titles in those other threads, and we should let those threads discuss the specific items that the thread creators wanted to originally discuss: http://sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/80863-human-rights-in-islam/ http://sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/80838-why-muslims-should-never-be-trusted/ I propose that Sheikh Farid ji was not a Muslim at then end, whatever he may have been at some time. I started off with: S4NGH then responded with And I followed up with:
  18. Time for paht

    Can we do Japji sahib at any time of the day(or just morning). how about other bani? Chaupai Sahib I understand Rehras is in the evening and Kirtan Sohila just before bed time.
  19. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Any solutions? It happens a lot, don't know how to fix my weak focus. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
  20. Reading bani digitally

    WJKK WJKF, is it just this human being who gets distracted by their mobile phones when reading bani. like responding to emails/messages, checking fb/ig posts while reading bani? Or just online shopping?
  21. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki fateh The purpose of human existence has been to merge and be one with God. One of the ways to reach God is Gurbani Kirtan. Sikhism , is the only religion that stresses completely on kirtan, as the banis of Gurus, Bhagats and Bhatts have been recorded in the holy book, Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji, the sikh Holy scripture describe the characteristics of God (almighty) throughout 1430 pages (Ang), and tell us about the description of God " GOD IS ONE, HE THE SUPREME TRUTH. He is Creator of world, without any fear and without any hate. He is neither born and neither die. He has no body, He is the greatest spirit of all and our soul is a part of Him. The Guru has pronounced that Kirtan is the magical formula to keep the human soul afloat in the dark era of Kaljug provided the devotee sings the pure melodies with his or her heart closely focused on the meaning and true spirit of the Gurbani. http://www.amritbani.info
  22. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! What's the best online version of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji to read online with simple searching? I used to use Srigranth.org but that's fallen with this message: MESSAGE TO USERS: A number of websites, including srigranth.org, on this server are currently not working as the server machine had completely failed (in the beginning of Feb 2017) while machine managers were on vacation. While we are back it will take time to restore the websites. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please bear with us, as it will take some time.
  23. I came across this video and wanted to drawn attention to it. Not because I am amazed at how well this guy from Sikh voice tells the story of Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji from Bhai Gurdas ji Vaars, but how he misguides sangat. As I watched this video, I pulled up the vaar he was explaining of Bhai Gurdas ji. The Sikh voice speaker explains the reason why he is making this video and it is because a person posed a question to him. The question was asked, Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji speaks very loud and clear against the worship of a stone, so why would the Gurus write like this, Bhagat Dhanna jatt ji gained darshan of Vaheguru through a stone? This is the context of the speaker throughout the video. In the video he says, Bhagat Dhanna jatt ji was learned and knew stone worship will not lead to having darshan of Vaheguru. No where in the vaar does it say Bhagat Dhanna jatt ji knew not to do stone worship. No where in Gurbani does it say Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji knew not to do stone worship. This speaker in the video is pulling this out of thin air and its called manmat. When a person is interpreting Gurbani or Bhai Gurdas ji vaars we can pull references from each other. Also we can pull from credible history accounts. But the Sikh voice speaker is not using any reference to say Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji knew not to worship stones when speaking to the Brahman. Such ways of interpreting anything will lead to a wrong interpretation and a biased interpretation based on personal beliefs. The speaker is in panic because in his mind he is unable to find a reasonable excuse to why Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji would worship a stone. When he is unable to find a reasonable excuse, the Sikh voice speaker denies the true story and makes up his own story, even though Bhai Gurdas ji writes very clearly and direct of who is doing what and saying what. While he is interpreting bhai Gurdas ji Vaar on Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji, he purposely misinterprets lines. Let's look at the lines from the vaar which Sikh voice speaker misinterprets. https://www.sikhitothemax.org/search?q=dhanna&type=3&source=B First one: DMnw krdw jodVI mY iB dyh iek jy quDu BwvY[ After Sikh voice speaker says the following line, he ask the listener, how would Vaheguru allow a stone worshippers Bani into Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji? This guy is asking this question because in this sakhi he believes Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji is learned in how to meet Vaheguru. Which is not the case. As said above this is his manmat and no where in Gurbani or Bhai Gurdas ji Vaar or any credible history account does it say Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji was learned to not worship a stone idol and knew the way to Vaheguru. Sikh voice is upset with the fact Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji worshipped a stone (as you will see later on in the sakhi Bhai Gurdas ji explains) and can't come to terms with it. Think about this dangerous beliefs of denying history in the writing of Bhai Gurdas ji Vaar. Tomorrow they will tell us there is no where bhai Lehna ji worshipped devi because he's our second Guru and the Guru knows not to worship devi. So back to the above line. This line is being misinterpreted as: Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji is asking from the Brahman, tell it (the stone) to give me a teaching of Vaheguru. Sikh voice is speaking in Punjabi and no where in Bhai Gurdas ji vaar of the above line is Bhagat Dhanna ji mention any word that refers to Vaheguru or telling the Brahman to ask a question to the stone. Sikh voice speaker is adding it in there to change the meaning of the line. It's Sikh voice imagination running wild. The correct interpretation of the line is: Dhanna makes a humble request: give me one, if you agree. (the last word in the line can't be given one word in English. Now, can anyone tell me where did Bhai Gurdas ji use any word in the line to refer to Vaheguru? Next the Sikh voice speaker says look at how Bhai Gurdas ji refers to the stone as only a stone and this is proof that Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji did not worship a stone. Bhai Gurdas ji refers to it as a stone because he knows the complete story of Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji and even says in the later lines Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji worships a stone. Plus Bhai Gurdas ji knows of Gurbani which speaks on how and why Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji met Vaheguru in this sakhi. This is just beginning, keep reading next he goes to even greater lengths to promote his manmat of wild stories. Next line says: pQru iek lpyit kir dy DMnY no gYl CufwvY[ The stone is wrapped and given to Dhanna (Bhai Gurdas didn't write Dhanna, but it's obvious from the previous line Bhagat Dhanna ji is making a request for one and in the second part of the line Bhai Gurdas ji writes Dhanna). Second half of the line continues to say, Dhanna was sent on his way after getting the stone (Bhai Gurdas ji uses the words gYl CufwvY[. From the previous line, Bhagat Dhanna ji is showing already a sign of the Brahman getting frustrated with Bhagat ji. In this line Bhai Gurdas ji clearly shows the brahman is fed up with Bhagat ji and just to get bhagat ji out of his hair, the Brahman quickly wrapped a stone and sent Bhagat ji on his way. The Sikh voice speaker goes into his vicious cycle and tries to cook up a story for these two words. He says, only those try to get rid of a person who are doing something wrong and get caught. Sikh voice thinking is stuck in a tunnel because he can't get the one thing I addressed at the beginning of this post out of his head; Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji never worshipped a stone because he already knew stone worship is wrong. In fact Bhagat ji didn't know stone worship is wrong and actually did it, as the next line of the vaar says. Twkur no nHwvwilkY Cwih rotI lY Bogu cVHwvY[ Dhanna bathed Thakur (stone) and offered it buttermilk and roti (bread). Sikh voice stuck in his vicious cycle doesn't agree with the above. Sikh voice with his imagination cooks up a story of how the brahman is showing Dhanna ji how to do service of the stone after Dhanna ji ask him. Sikh voice says Bhagat Dhanna ji is being clever here and trying to show the Brahman he is wrong. Again using his imagination from the previous lines and he keeps packing on the lies, Sikh voice adds Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji wants the brahman to show him, the brahman Thakur can speak. Sikh voice should be writing stories for children books with his wild imagination. Bhai Gurdas ji vaar are the key to Gurbani and their is a connection. But Sikh voice disregards this completely and makes up a story. Gurbani on ang 1192 says the following: https://www.sikhitothemax.org/shabad?id=4232&q=dhanna&type=3&source=all DMnY syivAw bwl buiD ] Dhanna did selfless service (seva) of Vaheguru with the understanding of a child. How can Sikh voice speaker say Dhanna knew not to worship a stone when Gurbani is saying Dhanna ji served Vaheguru with the understanding of a child? Sikh voice interpretation is void of Gurbani teachings on Bhagat Dhanna jatt ji. A child does as he is told and fully believes it from the person who is telling him. This was the mindset of Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji when he went to the brahman for learning how to worship Thakur (Vaheguru) and the Brahman misled him. Next line of the Vaar: hiQ joiV imnqW krY pYrIN pY pY bhuq mnwvY[ With folded hands and falling at the feet of the stone, Dhanna ji tried to persuade the stone of his service. Sikh voice with this line continues with his imagination and says the brahman, who wanted to get rid of Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji is begging before the stone, so Thakur will come and present himself to Dhanna ji. Next Sikh voice adds the Brahman couldn't get Thakur to come forward because the brahman made a mistake in his seva. None of this is said by Bhai Gurdas ji. It's all Sikh voice speakers manmat The reality is, the Brahman is not stupid. The Brahman knows stones don't eat or speak. The Brahman put's on a show to rest of the people so the villagers would bring Thakur (villagers think it's Thakur) food and then the Brahman would eat it behind closed doors. This is a system the Brahman have been using for a long time, yet this is not the case in this vaar. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji is doing all these things for the stone as Bhai Gurdas ji clearly lays out in this vaar. Next line of the vaar hauN BI muhu n juTwlsW qU ruTw mY ikhu n suKwvY[ Dhanna said, “I will also not eat because how can I be happy if you are annoyed.” Here Dhanna ji get's upset with the stone and gives the stone, who he believes is Thakur (Vaheguru) an ultimatum. Yet Sikh voice speaker without any reason says the stone got upset with the brahman and the brahman is telling Dhanna ji, the stone has got upset with me, so maybe you can get the stone to eat and speak. No where does Bhai Gurdas ji write the Brhman asked Dhanna ji to get the stone to speak and eat. Sikh voice has a really wild imagination. Writing children fiction books would be a perfect job for him. Also the next line is saying Vaheguru came and ate the roti and buttermilk. gosweI prqiK hoie rotI Kwie Cwih muih lwvY[ Akal Purakh came and ate the roti and drank the buttermilk with his mouth. Bolw Bwau goibMdu imlwvY ]13] Through naivety he(Dhanna) was joined to Akal Purakh. Here Bhai Gurdas ji uses a very similar word Gurbani used on ang 1192 to say Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji realized Vaheguru and through which method. Gurbani uses "understanding of a child" and Bhai Gurdas ji uses a word best translated into English as "naïve" at the beginning of the last line of the vaar. Through naivety Dhanna was joined to Akal Purakh. Yet Sikh voice speaker makes up his own interpretation that does not fit into what Gurbani saying and doesn't even say Bhagat ji met Vaheguru as the Vaar clearly says. This is a direct story about Bhagat Dhanna ji and Sikh voice makes it about how hes unable to accept the truth Bhai Gurdas ji is stating here and goes on missionary witch hunt to twist Gurbani and purposely hide Gurbani that does not go along with his belief system. Sikh voice is a dangers person to new people coming to Sikhi through Punjabi. He has no real knowledge on Gurmat. Today I put a direct challenge to Sikh voice to come forward on this site and explain ang 1192 line I quoted and how it applies to Bhai Gurdas ji Vaar on Bhagat Dhanna Jatt ji.
  24. Meaning of Hukamnama

    I did a sehaj path for my education and the hukamnama was Pehal Puriye Pundrick Vana Ta Che Hansa Sagle Jana.... What does it mean? Should I take it negatively or positively? Please help.
  25. Hello i am having a lot of problems at home and in life in general and i try my best to do paath. my uncle who is very connected to waheguru said dont do paath im telliong waheguru not to listen to your paath because my mum instigated him about me. Now i am really scared will waheguru really not listen to my paath or ardaas?
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