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Dr. Sukhpreet Singh Udoke On Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji

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GPS    1,310

He is caught here on his word. He is the one who creates doubt about dasam bani. How he is trying

to dodge the question.

He has not understood this line at all. If one reads this part of bachitra natak, one concludes

that this line does not eulogise caste but says that caste is of no significance and God remmeberance is

supreme act.

This is what happens when such dummies who can chirp lfast are given an undue importance.

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GPS    1,310

In sri Guru Granth sahib we read

ਮਰਦਾਸ ਭਲੇ ਕਉ ਦੀਆ ॥

अमरदास भले कउ दीआ ॥

Amarḏās bẖale ka▫o ḏī▫ā.

which He passed on to Guru Amar Daas, of the Bhalla dynasty.

ਤਿਨਿ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਰਾਮਦਾਸੁ ਸੋਢੀ ਥਿਰੁ ਥਪ੍ਯ੍ਯਉ ॥

तिनि स्री रामदासु सोढी थिरु थप्यउ ॥

Ŧin sarī Rāmḏās sodẖī thir thap▫ya▫o.

Then, He firmly established the Great Raam Daas of the Sodhi dynasty.

ang 1401

Now dynasty of two Guru sahibans is mentioned.What is view of this fake dr udoke about this?

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Jonny101    4,073

In sri Guru Granth sahib we read

ਮਰਦਾਸ ਭਲੇ ਕਉ ਦੀਆ ॥

अमरदास भले कउ दीआ ॥

Amarḏās bẖale ka▫o ḏī▫ā.

which He passed on to Guru Amar Daas, of the Bhalla dynasty.

ਤਿਨਿ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਰਾਮਦਾਸੁ ਸੋਢੀ ਥਿਰੁ ਥਪ੍ਯ੍ਯਉ ॥

तिनि स्री रामदासु सोढी थिरु थप्यउ ॥

Ŧin sarī Rāmḏās sodẖī thir thap▫ya▫o.

Then, He firmly established the Great Raam Daas of the Sodhi dynasty.

ang 1401

Now dynasty of two Guru sahibans is mentioned.What is view of this fake dr udoke about this?

Dasam Granth is only the first step. After they have discarded Dasam Granth they will next target will be Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. They will first start by doubting banis the Vaar of Satta and Balwand, then Batta de swaye, and Bhagat Banis and so one and so forth. Dr Udoke is like those Khalistani uncles in the west who have been influenced by the Kala Afghanis and have gone away from the Khalistan movement of Sant Bhindranwalay and the Shaheeds to the heretics side. Although Udoke is not as bad at the missionaries yet, as he does beleive in some Dasam Banis, but he is heading the wrong way. He needs to focus on his political theories instead of trying to act like a religious scholar by giving verdicts on religious matters.

I'll never understand why it is only in Sikhism where we have non religious, or political type people who have half or no knowledge of religion passing religious verdicts on religious matters. In any other religion it is always scholars who pass religious verdicts on religious matters. In a way it is our own fault that we give political people the respect of a religious scholar. We need to see people for what they are. Political people are political, not religious scholars.

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GPS    1,310

Dasam Granth is only the first step. After they have discarded Dasam Granth they will next target will be Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. They will first start by doubting banis the Vaar of Satta and Balwand, then Batta de swaye, and Bhagat Banis and so one and so forth. Dr Udoke is like those Khalistani uncles in the west who have been influenced by the Kala Afghanis and have gone away from the Khalistan movement of Sant Bhindranwalay and the Shaheeds to the heretics side. Although Udoke is not as bad at the missionaries yet, as he does beleive in some Dasam Banis, but he is heading the wrong way. He needs to focus on his political theories instead of trying to act like a religious scholar by giving verdicts on religious matters.

I'll never understand why it is only in Sikhism where we have non religious, or political type people who have half or no knowledge of religion passing religious verdicts on religious matters. In any other religion it is always scholars who pass religious verdicts on religious matters. In a way it is our own fault that we give political people the respect of a religious scholar. We need to see people for what they are. Political people are political, not religious scholars.

Udoke says in this video that one should not comment on religious scripture like Dasam Granth sahib.Yet it is him who himself is doing that. He had no answer to the question. He was beating about bush.He is a maverick who will change his stand overnight just like he discarded his amrit after he put his foot on foreign soil first time.

Guru sahib's writings are word of God and no human should try to interpret those per his/her wisdom.

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SheikhFareed    44

Udoke says in this video that one should not comment on religious scripture like Dasam Granth sahib.Yet it is him who himself

is doing that. He had no answer to the question. He was beating about bush.He is a maverick who will change his stand overnight

just like he discarded his amrit after he put his foot on foreign soil first time.

Guru sahib's writings are word of God and no human should try to interpret those per his/her wisdom.

Yes thats also a valid point that he is going against what he said on this video.

Also, dont understand the discarded amrit part either??

Firstly the amrit was not 'his' as you have said. And 2ndly, I swear it can't be that easy to discard!!

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GPS    1,310

d veo

Yes thats also a valid point that he is going against what he said on this video.

Also, dont understand the discarded amrit part either??

Firstly the amrit was not 'his' as you have saidm. And 2ndly, I swear it can't be that easy to discard!!

Udoke was in the news along some other Gursikhs in early 2000s after kala afghana had written his books.

He wrote an article against Kala afghana and these gursikhs raised money and sent him abroad.

After setting his foot on foreign soil firs time he got dazzled.He considered his articles of khalsa faith as an

obstacle in becoming a modern sikh. So he removed his kirpan( sri sahib) and kachhehra.He was reprimanded

on return to india and those gursikhs disassociated themselves from udoke since then.

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SheikhFareed    44

d veo

Udoke was in the news along some other Gursikhs in early 2000s after kala afghana had written his books.

He wrote an article against Kala afghana and these gursikhs raised money and sent him abroad.

After setting his foot on foreign soil firs time he got dazzled.He considered his articles of khalsa faith as an

obstacle in becoming a modern sikh. So he removed his kirpan( sri sahib) and kachhehra.He was reprimanded

on return to india and those gursikhs disassociated themselves from udoke since then.

This is the first time I heard this. From what I have heard and seen, he was pretty motivational. He has done very good work against RSS. But before, I thought he was supporting all dasam granth. Unless he changed views suddenly... Not to argue, but how do you know he removed kirpan and kacchera? If so, thats a bit crazy!

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singhfauja    103

Udhoke is playing games on Sri Dasam Granth. Udhoke himself is a Kala-Afghani missionary.

The person asking him the questions quotes Udhoke as stating those verses in Sri Bachitar Natak are not Bani and were written afterwards.

As you can see, Udhoke doesn't even try to dispute that statement- this proves that he does NOT believe those verses are Bani, but at the same time he tries to state others should not criticize it.

On one hand he has already criticized Sri Dasam Bani, and on the other he is telling others not to do so.

This is so typical of this guy - all he wants is attention. He is not a Rahitvaan Sikh, he was kicked out of GURSIKH and Shahbaaz Khalsa Organizations for various reasons.

He has used the research on RSS done by other GurSikhs and unilaterally published the material and taken credit for everything himself.

He is a perfect for modern Khalistanis who like to scream about RSS all the time, but have a soft corner for naastics.

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GPS    1,310

All his bogey about rSS is a smoke screen.I read that he himself was in party of Rulda singh.

He removing his kakkars when sent abroad is sad but truthful news.

http://panthic.org/articles/2938

The filed complaints contain evidence of serious religious misconduct by Udhoke on his previous visit to Canada, including recordings of Udhoke in which he has denigrated Sri Akal Takht Sahib by referring to it in a vulgar and offensive manner.

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ks55    76

No matter how stupid udhoke might have been we have agree that the work done on rss is absolutley brilliant.

he's an eloquent speaker spoke about Dasm Granth only last week on the sikh channel - his response was that like the rehat maryada which took 15-18 years to establish there should be a proper debate on Dasm Granth with research- professionally - there is nothing wrong with this statement.

singhfauja states above:

"He has used the research on RSS done by other GurSikhs and unilaterally published the material and taken credit for everything himself."

well he came to my hometown and didnt want no credit and actually told people to stop givinig him money while he was speaking on stage and was crystal clear that was not his motive.

read his 6 books - all eye opener - but you need time and patience which a lot of these interenet warriors haven't got at all

and johnny mentions above:

Dr Udoke is like those Khalistani uncles in the west who have been influenced by the Kala Afghanis and have gone away from the Khalistan movement of Sant Bhindranwalay and the Shaheeds to the heretics side.

not at all mate you've got it all wrong if that is the case how comes he's bringing on a prograamme on the sikh channel soon on "the lost Generals".

you guys are totally twisted, what kind of work have you done to promote sikhe - "kesayy nooo baksh vee deyaa karoo mundiooo "

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