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  1. Lets see if he's kicked out a la Ram Rai. Sickening.
  2. I knew there was a good vibe about this man...!!
  3. Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh, Has anyone read this book on Sri Zafarnama Sahib Ji? If so what did you make of it? Is it worth buying? The following is a book description on Amazon: Louis E. Fenech offers a compelling new examination of one of the only Persian compositions attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708): the Zafar-namah or 'Epistle of Victory.' Written as a masnavi, a Persian poem, this letter was originally sent to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (d. 1707) rebuking his most unbecoming conduct. Incredibly, Guru Gobind Singh's letter is included today within the Sikh canon, one of only a very small handful of Persian-language texts granted the status of Sikh scripture. As such, its contents are sung on special Sikh occasions. Perhaps equally surprising is the fact that the letter appears in the tenth Guru's book or the Dasam Granth in the standard Gurmukhi script (in which Punjabi is written) but retains its original Persian language, a vernacular few Sikhs know. Drawing out the letter's direct and subtle references to the Iranian national epic, the Shah-namah, and to Shaikh Sa'di's thirteenth-century Bustan, Fenech demonstrates how this letter served as a form of Indo-Islamic verbal warfare, ensuring the tenth Guru's moral and symbolic victory over the legendary and powerful Mughal empire. Through analysis of the Zafar-namah, Fenech resurrects an essential and intriguing component of the Sikh tradition: its Islamicate aspect. Gururakha, Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  4. Das Grahin - Ten Virtues

    Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh, I'm doing some research into the Das Grahin currently. Compassion Charity Forgiveness Cleanliness Control of mind Purity Appreciation of truth Spiritually accomplished being Warrior Devotee to God and no other Does anyone know which ang in Sri Sarbloh Granth Sahib Ji Guru Sahib has written about these ten qualities/virtues? Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  5. Here is a valuable book by Dr. Ganda Singh "Guru Gobind Singh's Death at Nanded--Examination of Succession Theories" Many topics that are covered in this book are important like: 1 the last days of Guru Gobind Singh Ji 2 the myth making of the namdharis that some how Guru Ji give gurgaddi to their guru is proved wrong. 3 the myth making by namdharis that Bhai Kahn Singh Ji Nabha Wale supported the theory that baba ajapal singh was in fact Guru Gobind Singh Ji 4 the myth by namdharis that Guru Granth Sahib was not given Gurgaddi there are many more importand topics covered in this book, I hope people will read it and share it with the Sangat Waheguru Guru Gobind Singh's Death at Nanded--Examination of Succession Theories
  6. India is a sexually repressed place, that will change with time; in the mean-while this famous saying: Gun Control is hitting where you aim or The morality behind gun control is john doe being tied to a fence post vs john doe explaining how his attackers got those holes in them. Not too long of a post, crime is reduced where there is concealed carry. US people would know that, anyone going against weapons is a wussy and frankly not a sikh. That's really the only solution while other things work themselves out, or we work them out. Otherwise, you're saying that because you don't 'like' or are 'scared' of weapons for your 'feeling of safety' 100,000's of people should be rape, killed, and etc.
  7. Recently I saw a heated debate on facebook which I believe is a testament to the inferior knowledge of Sikhs today. A challenge was put forward as to where it says Khalsa raj, or as most see it, Khalistan should be made in Dasam Granth. No one was able to prove that these lines: 'Sri Mukh bhaniyoo gareeb niwaaz....' where in Dasam Granth. Whats more attacks are being made that Sant Bhindranwale lied about these lines, saying they were in Dasam Granth. How many other such quotes are there which do not exist? And how did Singhs after Operation Bluestar justify Khalistan? Heres the video: Furthermore I remember reading that Santokh Singh Bhangu wrote Panth Prakash in order to justify Sikhs having political power. With Sant Ji being labelled as a liar the excuse for burning of saroops (as of recent) are being blamed on Khalistanis etc. Our own Sikhs are being mislead by such quotes, which exist or do not. So what do we learn about Khalsa raaj, and todays present situation (regarding Hinduvata extremism) from Gurbani. What lesson do we learn and what should we do?
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