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  1. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh I'm sorry if this is a repeat thread, but I couldn't find any conclusive information elsewhere. I'm looking to acquire genuine puratan shastar in India, the likes of 2-3' shamsheer, tegha, khanda, chakra etc. This won't be for a private collection, not would it be sold on for a profit. What are they likely to cost? Sikhs did also use European made/style cavalry sabres, which are readily available as antiques in the UK etc. These can be easily distinguished by use of carbon steel, a western style hilt and issue markings on the blade. Is it possible to find such antiques in India- many thousands would have been in active service in the 19th century? I'm also looking for good Sarbloh wale to copy/reproduce puratan artefacts. Any contacts for humble and rehitwale sikhs would be most appreciated. Address/personal introduction preferred as daas does not have a telephone.
  2. Hello people this is a bit or harmless (depends who you ask) advertising to let you know that for the past year I have been sunning a podcast called Sikhism in Snippits and through this the sponsors have enabled me to write and publish a number of books. These are Sampardaic and in English. The opportunity was taken to translate and promote Sikh books and literature not available. If you are interested they can all be found ont he link below. Please take a look and if interested you can order directly off the site. If you have any questions please contact me on kam1825@hotmail.com http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Kamalpreet_Singh_Pardeshi Thanks
  3. Wkjk wjkf, I was wondering which Sikh scholars are in line and put forward puratan Sikh principles as some such as mcleod or Singh sabha scholars will avoid key aspects that were important features to the Akali Nihang Khalsa and the Nirmala Samparda.
  4. Why do we worship the gurus? I know some don't worship the gurus, but many puraatan singhs do and have told me its the way the gurus set. Why?? I thought the guru was the means of liberation, not the end.
  5. Waheguru ji ke khalsa wahiguru ji ki fateh i understand and agree that the Akaal Bunga is the head of the Panth but could I have some quotes and itihaas to back this up thanks
  6. Waheguru Here is a collection of some puratan granths Bhai Bala Wale Janamsakhi B40 Janamsakhi- Written in A.D. 1733 by Daya Ram Abrol--History of Guru Nanak Sahib Ji Prem Sumarag Granth--Rehat Maryada, In english Parchian Sewa Das- Written around 1708 English Sri Guru Sobha Granth- written in 1711 Sri Guru Sobha Granth (English) Basawalinama by Kesar Singh Chhibbar written 1769. Bansawali Nama Dasan Patshahian Ka Gurbilas Patshahi 6 History of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji Gurbilas Patshahi 10 written 1751 by Koer Singh Sou sakhi-Sri Gur Ratan Mal Mehma Parkash Khand 1 by Saroop Das Bhalla Written in 1741 Mehma Parkash Khand 2 by Saroop Das Bhalla Written in 1741 Sikhan Di Bhagat Mala-By Shahid Bhai Mani Singh Ji Patshahi Dasvi SAU SAKHI--Interesting granth
  7. Please suggest books that reveal the lifestyle of puratan singhs and their lifestyle. Especially the ones time of 10 th Guru.
  8. Waheguru Here is something the Sangat will be very interested in Golden Puratan Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji said to be of Baba Deep Singh Ji The file is 566 Mb SGGS Golden Puratan Saroop This same website also has First Published Gurbani meanings by Damdami Taksaal 1980s (Jap Ji, Kirtan Sohila) SGGS Sainchees (2 Parts) from 1950s used by Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji SGGS Sainchees (2 Parts) from 2008 printed by Damdami Taksaal
  9. http://www.1guk.com/projects/1984-awareness/ In recent weeks the Sikh Nation have received shocking news that the Shromani Gurdwara Prabandak Committee (SGPC) wish to do Saskaar of (to cremate) the Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj which was shot in June 1984. These steps have caused uproar within the Sikh community who are strongly against such action. The Saroop is invaluable due to the significant history it represents. In recent years cremation of Old handwritten Gutkeh Sahibs, Pothian (Panj Granthi, Das Granthis), Saroops and historical texts have been cremated in high volume. Before our eyes the history of the Sikh Nation is being attacked and destroyed, leaving us with very little proof of our real history. It is well known fact that Sri Akaal Takht Sahib was looted in 1984, with great losses of rare texts and relics from Guru Ji’s period. Sevadaars from 1G UK were able to obtain three rare images of the aforementioned Saroop which SGPC wish to cremate. These unreleased images show the Saroop was directly shot at and the bullet hole still remains. A harsh memory of 1984… www.1guk.com info@1guk.com www.facebook.com/oneGseva The 1G Page!
  10. VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH! Daas would like to acquire a Puratan 3ft sri sahib/Khanda.Tegha. Any puratan kirpan would be preferred with a design on the hilt. Looking for a strong, stirdy, battle ready piece from 18th/19th century. Looking for a quick buy.