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  1. So I'm scared of whats gonna happen to me after death. Who knows, the Dharam Raja could decide to chuck me into a pot full of boiling hot oil for 100 million years or something 😒😒😒 And i dont wanna die cuz i dont wanna become a pig or something in my next life. And i dont wanna have a caraplier life than i have right now 😒😒😒 What if i dont get to be a sikh and have to be born in a non gursikh family 😒😒😒😣 Im trying hard to do path, simran etc. But who knows what the Dharam raja is gonna do, its really harsh up there. I dont really care about mukhti or whatever, its not a goal lf mine cuz obviously its not gonna happen.
  2. Posted at: Jul 31, 2017, 1:51 AM; last updated: Jul 31, 2017, 1:51 AM (IST) Death in Turkey: Kin allege hate crime The wailing relatives of Lovepreet Singh whose body was brought to Amritsar from Turkey on Sunday. Photo: Sunil kumar Tribune News Service Amritsar, July 30 Family members of teenager Lovepreet Singh, whose body was brought here today from Turkey, alleged that he became a victim of racial abuse. His mortal remains were consigned to flames today. Balwinder Singh, deceased’s maternal uncle, said talks with his acquaintances in Turkey revealed that Lovepreet was shunted out of job twice for his being a turbaned Sikh. They shared that Lovepreet was objected for wearing turban, he added. He had gone on a study visa to Lithuania, but somehow got stuck in Turkey, considered a gateway to the European countries. The 19-year-old had flown to Istanbul on September 21 last year after his parents took Rs 8-lakh loan to send their son abroad and a sum of Rs 5.5 lakh was paid to the travel agent. His family members were thankful to the district administration and the External Affairs Ministry in extending support to bring the body from overseas. The Turkish authorities had claimed that his body was fished out of the sea on June 26. On the basis of Aadhaar card and his belongings, the Turkish authorities had approached the Amritsar DC.
  3. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Is there a reason why death is something hard for many to accept, even when it will happen to everyone? Why do people forget it? Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
  4. I am a young girl who took Amrit recently, I feel like I was pressured and forced into it, I know I could've said no but it was more of a blackmail/love reason. I know I'm only to blame for this but why would Maharaj allow me to take Amrit if they knew I wasn't ready for it? Yes now I do live in rehat don't commit any bujjar kreths but I find it so hard. I did it because I thought I loved a boy and he pressured me into it being Amrit Dhari himself. The boy started hitting me and abusing me and speaking/ meeting several different girls, I couldn't do anything about it because I felt like I had changed for him and I felt like I was stuck with him I feel like I've been groomed in my own religion. Ive lost all my friends and hardly speak to any family (I study so I live out for university), because they know this person isn't good for me. I feel at such a low point in my life and I feel so alone, I thought taking Amrit was meant to uplift someone and make them happy. I'm at a stage in life where I don't even know if I believe in god and feel very suicidal. I just don't know what to do any more I have no one.
  5. 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.
  6. WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH!!! This is a very serious please VERY VERY SERIOUS I am dying. This fake me that I thought was me this whole time is dying. This ego or fake self. Through Satguru Ji (Waheguru Ji) Maharajs teachings/blessings I have come to realize that I do not exist. But I this fake me my ego is trying to run. I (This fake me) have been slowly not being able to do my Nitnem my mind is trying to latch on to Vikaars beacause it doesnt want to die and or cotemplate Naam (The real me) BUT it I (my ego) knows at the same time it has nowere to run. I KNOW EVERYTHING is Waheguru Ji himself. What i see, hear, touch, think is all Him, my Beloved, so I KNOW i have nowere to run or hide. I this ego knows this and it is still trying to run away (its trying to grasp something that it doesnt think is Waheguru Ji) its trying to stay alive by doing "bad" things. More it realizes that this vikaar is too apart of this game the more I (Waheguru Ji) realizes that this is just Me (Waheguru Ji) testing myself then I (my ego) it runs to something else another vikaar that can make "me" (this ego) feel alive. I know it is a matter of time before I die i know this 100%. I know that ill fully realize My self (Waheguru Ji) one day but Im going crazy but i cant say that at the same time cause i KNOW its kirpa. What do i do? But idk at the same time idk why i came here. idk i need help idk what i need to do??? How do i submit? Or do i just let myself run until i cany run no more? Accept the hukam ? Or maybe this is part of the Game for this character ? This is its story ? Waheguru i just need something Im sorry i cant explain i just need your help Satguru Ji Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
  7. I am really scared of death, how do I get rid of that fear? I feel like life is just going so fast and I am justing getting worried and am staring to panic
  8. Hello everyone. I was having this thought for a long time. With new medical breakthroughs happening what if we found cure for aging and subsequently prevent death.Then what would happen to all religions. We humans usually follow religion because we are scared of death and the after life.
  9. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3279582/Family-beat-teenage-girl-death-forcing-live-regime-fear-lick-toilet-bowl-eat-paper.html Family 'beat teenage girl to death after forcing her to live under regime of fear where she was made to lick the toilet bowl and eat paper'Shahena Uddin, 19, from Watford, was punished by siblings for 'crimes' They would hit her, ban her from using toilet and make her eat own faeces She was found dead in bathroom in October after allegedly being beaten Her brother and sister-in-law deny murder; five others deny allowing death By Steph Cockroft for MailOnline Published: 17:21, 19 October 2015 | Updated: 19:40, 19 October 2015 1.4k shares +3 Shahena Uddin, 19, who was one of eight siblings, was 'regularly punished' by her brothers and sisters, for 'crimes' such as eating at the wrong speed A teenage girl was beaten to death by her own family after living under a 'regime of fear' in which she was forced to lick the toilet bowl and eat her own faeces, a court has heard. Shahena Uddin, 19, who was one of eight siblings, was 'regularly punished' by her brothers and sisters, for 'crimes' such as eating at the wrong speed. Punishments would allegedly include being force-fed rice and paper and being made to stand for long periods staring into a toilet bowl. She was even banned from using the toilet at their home in Watford but would be punished further if she attempted to use the sink, St Albans Crown Court was told. But the violence is alleged to have plumbed new depths of depravity in October last year when she was found beaten to death on her bathroom floor after choking on her own vomit. The court heard how, when she was found the following day, the Bangladeshi teenager had endured 'several beatings' - including with weapons - and that both sides of her head had been severely attacked. Ambulance staff, who were called to the house by the family, were told she was sick and fainted. But by then, her four brothers, a sister and her two sisters-in-law had attempted to cover their tracks, the court was told. Prosecutor Simon Trimmer QC said blood and vomit stains had been covered up and that Shahena's bloodstained clothing had been put into bin bags outside. He said: 'Shahena died at the hands of members of her own family in her own home. She probably endured several beatings that night. 'This was a troubled family unit held together by internal discipline of an extreme variety. She had been beaten with weapons during the previous 24 hours.' RELATED ARTICLESPrevious 1 Next Couple accused of murdering Becky Watts had threesomes with... 'Speak English or go back to your own country': Thug throws... Share this articleShare Suhail Uddin, 35, and his wife Salma Begum, 32 - who became the teenager's legal guardians in 2010 - are now standing trial, accused of Shahena's murder. Begum is also accused of causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. They were charged alongside Shahena's three other brothers, Jewell, 27, Jhuhal, 33 and Tohel Uddin, 24, who all deny causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. Shahena's sister Rehena Uddin, 22, also denies causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. Laila Begum, 25, who is the wife of Jhuhal Uddin, denies causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. The violence is alleged to have plumbed new depths of depravity last October when the teenager was found beaten to death on her bathroom floor after choking on her own vomit the night before. Pictured: Forensic officers at the family home in Watford The court heard how, when she was found, the teenager had endured 'several beatings' - including with weapons - and that both sides of her head had been severely attacked. Pictured: An officer stands guard Outlining the case, Mr Trimmer told the court: 'Shahena was a vulnerable young person. She suffered abuse and violence at the hands of her own family. 'The regime of brutality and extreme violence was so deeply embedded and feared, that she could not risk the results of any form of complaint to the outside world.' The court heard how, in 2010, her older brother Suhail and his wife Salma became the legal guardians of Shahena and two other sisters. The jury was also told how Shahena told friends that she was beaten. But she would go on to deny the stories, amid fears she would be beaten. Mr Trimmer said: 'When they tried to complain on her behalf, she was obliged, for fear of worse to come, to deny what she had said to those school friends.' The court also heard how she was hit with weapons such as a Wii baseball bat, a mop handle and a glow stick and even made to eat her own vomit. One of her sisters told police that the female siblings were often forced to eat too much rice 'if they didn't eat nicely', the court heard. She said Shahena had spoken of running away. The trial continues.
  10. Could someone please explain what this means. Someone close has recently passed on. Before they passed they were not very well and they could see people/things. For example They saw a person outside looking at them They saw a man i think looking at them again writing something down. A cow at the top of the stairs about to fall. I dont know if this is the mind playing tricks or not functioning correctly, but i'm pretty sure this all means something, does anyone know.? thanks
  11. Hi, Could someone please explain this if possible. Someone close just recently passed. Before they passed they were unwell had seemed to have visions. What they saw: A man outside looking at them A man I think looking at them writing something down. A cow at the top of the stairs and its about to fall. I'm not sure if it was the mind not functioning properly, but im pretty sure it was something more spiritual would anyone be able to shed any light? thanks
  12. Dear Sangatji My close relative has passed away today. The family live far so I won't be able to take part in the patt, but I will go for the funeral when it's arranged. I will be working in the day, but wanted to pray for my relative until the funeral, could you give me advice about which patt I should do. I don't have family where I am, there is gurdwara but no programmes every day - they have evening programme two evenings in the week so I can go to those . Waheguruji ka khalsa Waheguruji ka fateh
  13. I've heard that death is pre-destined. And I've also heard that one can increase one's years of life by yoga which many did according to our history. They simply slowed down their breathing and thus lead a longer life. Is this true? Does this mean that life is actually dependent upon number of breaths and if so time does not play a big part since it's up to you to decide how long you want to take to breathe each breath. Are there any quotes in Guru Granth Sahib ji on the matter? Thank you
  14. I recently had a death in my family, the individual was a manmukh (ie not amritdhari), however they had a child that was amritdhari and grandchildren that are amritdhari. Has any saint or guru sahib said what happens to such an individual after they die? they must of had good karams to have children and grand children that became amritdhari? Also how many days does it take to get to dharam raja after one dies?
  15. Ssa ji... My masiji's son dreamt something bad about my mom today morning ... N he does a lot of path... So dey say if he has dreamt this then it is serious and bad.... And we should show kundli to some1 ... This thing s really disturbing me a lot.... I love mumma the most ... Ohna nu Kosh ni hona chahida :'( .. Please give me some elderly guidance about it . M feeling terrible ! Don't know with whom should i talk about it Earlier I used to do sukhmani sahib path but due to college n studies now oh chut gya... used to feel so mentally stable ... I 'll try to start again
  16. What is the concept of death in Sikhism? Can you provide verses/ quotes from the Guru Granth sahib?
  17. VJKK VJKF! Sangat ji share stories of any sikh u kno and the experience at the last moment. Heres one... Bhai Harjinder Singh 'Jinda's' mata Mata Gurnam Kaur Ji mother left the world a short while ago. Before going, mata ji cud see a beautiful white gurdwara sahib and she could see Harjinder Singh Jinda and Sukhdev Singh Sukha waiting for her. Harjinder Singb Jinda did an ardaas and requested Guru Ji before shaheedi that they return again to serve the panth and they gave bachan to mata ji that they will be their son In the next life again as they wish to return and destroy more dushts of the panth. When mata ji was leavin for Gurpuri.... Mata ji saw the brave warriors waiting for her.... Dhan Hai Mata Gurnam Kaur Jee khalsa sangat ji kindly share your stories too
  18. My cousin sister took her own life two months back. I know that people say suicide is a big sin but she was suffering from mental illness, depression. What paat can I do to ask for her peace? And what does SGGS ji say about people who die in this way?
  19. Wjkk Wjkf, I would appreciate if the sangat here could help me out as I don't know where else to post this. Recently, a close family member of mine has been having dreams of car accidents for the past few weeks. Every night it is the same dream of a car becoming out of control and the brake doesnt work. Recently the family member had a dream in which they were dead and were pleading to do paath. It is usually the dreams of car accident which is more frequent. Now this family member of mine is amritdhari but has failed to keep rehit. I won't go into much detail but all my pleas to convince them to do paath are in vain. I am unsure of what to do. I think there is a strange meaning behing the dreams and I am scared that it will come true. Any advice please?
  20. vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh please make the call and get groups to push it on facebook.we have less than 24hours, Amnesty international have done a bad job pushing this, we just got the call today. lets try to hit 100k thanks URGENT CALL TO ACTION CALL +91808 825 5533 Benti from Bibi Navneet Kaur Bhullar (wife of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar who faces the imminent death penalty in India) EVERYONE Please call +91808 825 5533. This number will register your signature for the AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Abolish the death penalty in India campaign. This is an EASY action for us to do and will help to strengthen Professor Bhullars case in India. So far 50,000 calls have been made. Sources have told us that lines will close in 24 hours time. BENTI Let us DOUBLE the current number. 50,000 Sikhs and Non-Sikhs across the glove need to unite to make the call within the next 24 hours. Call instructions: 1) Dial +918088255533 2) Press 3 for English 3) Listen to the message 4) Your call has been registered and you may hang up +91808 825 5533. PLEASE CALL NOW AND FORWARD TO ALL CONTACTS. Thank you http://act.amnesty.org.in/death_penalty
  21. If as I see here: A quote from Kute Di Pooch Singh Gill: "The combined impact of these initiatives was that, by January 1989, the terrorists had been pushed into a thin strip along the Pakistan border, with over 70 per cent of their strikes restricted to just three of the twelve districts in Punjab – Gurdaspur, Amritsar and Ferozepur." Then it is not too far to assume that 70%+ of all deaths were also in those three districts. With a current day population touching about 7 million it is not too far to assume about half that 20-30 years ago. 3-400k dead; Being from the Doab, my mom for example can tell me about stuff that happened, she doesn't talk about it a lot, but it seems that no-one directly from my nuclear family was killed. I am wondering how different it is for those three districts, as in if I assume that over 1/3rd of the male youth for example (below 30-35? above 12??) were killed is thaat about accurate. The reason is, I'm trying to see how much of India's strategy is literally butchering everyone and if there's any order to it. They talk about 4 point plans, and in the end they did kill many of the mukhis of the jathe but how much of that is luck. Seeing this man's interview (former BSF officer) it points to just a butchering, but then why is it only Punjab's insurgency that was 'quelled'. Is it due to us cutting down the jungles, so therefore not having cover of those like in the NE (possibility). Or what? I understand I can be 90% sure, but would rather have more voices to hear and yea.. Pretty much that's it.
  22. - does the soul leave the body instantly along with the last swaas - I have heard the soul/person is still watching until the cremation,is this correct? Does anyone have any information about what happens...
  23. This is going to sound bitter and most likely damning and I really do not want your sympathy and nor am I a pessimist. But, the disunity of Sikhs will probably be the end of Sikhi. I have a friend who is poor and not a resident of the country which we live in. So what do people of the local Sikh community do? They decide that just because the family does not have residence: 1.) They should be kicked out of work. 2.) Kicked out of the Gurudwara. 3.) Rumours and slander should be spread about them. 4.) Make their lives as hard as possible. I have even seen amritdharis doing this!!!!!!!!!! Whilst in other communities, from my experience, its the other way around. On one hand for whatever damn reason, the Guru is not listening to this family's prayers. In India they don't even have a house or any family they go back they die. And it looks like they will go back and on the other hand the mother******* <banned word filter activated> community is dead-set against them. When these individuals leave the panth, we hanker on about "you have to be strong to be a Sikh" or try bringing them back but do we ever blame the right people? So one way or another crying over Khalistan, Rajoana and panthic matters will not help us. It will probably destroy us. When Sikhs are betraying Sikhs why do we prefer different treatments from others? Now it seems that just because the Guru for whatever reason does not listen to ardassa, local Sikhs think they have the right to kick people out of gurughars. If this family go to the gurudwara people give them the "look." Personally speaking after seeing such disgusting behaviour I have left the Gurudwara. Whats the point of going when no one focuses on the Guru but poverty stricken unfortunates. Afterwards committees get in fights "oh u made them leave," "u did" old idiots have their beards ripped out, women abuse and swords are drawn, ears are hacked off. Sheer drama from the very people who think they are kings of the world.The family itself has left the gurughar and their faith in the Guru is just about gone, 90% is gone and only 10% remains and even that is decreasing day by day. This sheer stupidness of our community is going to make us become only a memory in textbooks.
  24. Two lines from different shabads below: ieh ibiKAw idn cwir iCA Cwif cilE sBu koie ] eih bikhiaa dhin chaar shhia shhaadd chaliou sabh koe || This poison shall last for only a few days; everyone must depart, and leave it behind. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ hir nwmu iDAwey qw suKu pwey pyeIAVY idn cwry ] har naam dhhiaaeae thaa sukh paaeae paeeearraidhin chaarae || Meditate on the Lord's Name, and you shall find peace; your stay in this world shall last only four days. And then this scary shabad: mÚ 1 ] ma 1 || First Mehla: pehilai piaar lagaa thhan dhudhh || First, the baby loves mother's milk; dhoojai maae baap kee sudhh || second, he learns of his mother and father; theejai bhayaa bhaabhee baeb || third, his brothers, sisters-in-law and sisters; chouthhai piaar oupa(n)nee khaedd || fourth, the love of play awakens. pa(n)javai khaan peean kee dhhaath || Fifth, he runs after food and drink; shhivai kaam n pushhai jaath || sixth, in his sexual desire, he does not respect social customs. sathavai sa(n)j keeaa ghar vaas || Seventh, he gathers wealth and dwells in his house; at(h)avai krodhh hoaa than naas || e ighth, he becomes angry, and his body is consumed. naavai dhhoulae oubhae saah || Ninth, he turns grey, and his breathing becomes labored; dhasavai dhadhhaa hoaa suaah || tenth, he is cremated, and turns to ashes. geae sigeeth pukaaree dhhaah || His companions send him off, crying out and lamenting. ouddiaa ha(n)s dhasaaeae raah || The swan of the soul takes flight, and asks which way to go. aaeiaa gaeiaa mueiaa naao || He came and he went, and now, even his name has died. pishhai pathal sadhihu kaav || After he left, food was offered on leaves, and the birds were called to come and eat. naanak manamukh a(n)dhh piaar || O Nanak, the self-willed manmukhs love the darkness. baajh guroo ddubaa sa(n)saar ||2|| Without the Guru, the world is drowning. ||2||