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Darbar Sahib head Granthi Gyani Jaswinder Singh ji forgets to read Chaupai Sahib during Sodar Rehraas

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Singh123456777    1,104

Hahahahahahahaha

Sorry but that was funny.How can somebody forget to read bani?

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Sherdil    349

He's old...could be an early sign of Alzheimer's.

A head granthi of Darbar Sahib just doesn't forget something that should be second nature for him.

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Unbreakable    7

forgive and forget, we need to stop with this extremist islamic <Edited> taliban attitude that some sikhs have adopted.

he is only human and if he has asked for forgiveness from SatGuru Ji, then the matter is closed. I am sure the Akaal Thakat Jathedhar will see sense.

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VanHelsingh    1,970

We've all been there. A few months back I sat down for evening nitnem and started with Kirtain Sohila! When I completed Sohila I was wondering why I'd finished my evening prayers so quickly, lol. Needless to say I got my head together and started from scratch.

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To be fairly honest, I don't believe it was an honest mistake.

One can't have had Amrit recently, before getting Head Granthi Singh's sewa. He's bound to have read Rehraas Saheb for years now! It's supposed to be second nature by now!!

Try and imagine what happened. Bhai Saheb says,"Kaho Naanak Ham neech karamma ll Saran pare ki rakhaho sarma ll". And then right after that...what did he start with? "Raamkali mahalla teeja"?

How is it possible?

The brain should simply start going BEEP BEEP! something's wrong! It doesn't sound right.

Well, if one can't do Rehraas Saheb without forgetting such a big part of it...one isn't deserving of the sewa of Head Granthi of Sachkhand Sri Harmandar Saheb.

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sssSSinghh    4

This is what old age does to one.

Feel sorry for him...............Don't think Granthi's should be promoted - demoted like they are these days...Too much politics going on.

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N30S1NGH    2,987

My gut feeling says- it was honest mistake. With that being said, there is nothing wrong with some investigation on - literature bhai sahib reads, further vichar with bhai sahib ji to see where bhai sahib ji stands on certain things. We need mossad type surveillance on these things so it sets a precedence to avoid bhausaria mindset hijacking panth again.

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N30S1NGH    2,987

I also think he should not be sacked by this but be given paid vacation until investigation is done.

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JasSinghKhalsa    766

GIANI JASWINDER SINGH JI AXED BY SGPC:

NOT A GOOD DECISION

SGPC removes Harmandar Sahib head granthi

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, November 17

The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) executive on

Saturday removed Harmandar Sahib head granthi Jasvinder Singh from

the key post after he skipped "Chaupai Sahib" while performing the

'path' of 'Rehraas Sahib' at the sanctum sanctorum on Thursday evening.

The decision was reached at the SGPC executive committee meeting held

at Gurdwara Sri Degsar Sahib, Katana in Ludhiana. Giani Mal Singh has

been appointed acting head granthi whereas Giani Jagtar Singh

Amritsarwale will be the additional head granthi of the holy shrine.

Though Bhai Jasvinder Singh will continue to work as a granthi at

Harmandar Sahib, he has been barred from performing 'path' at the

time of its live telecast for next six months.

The SGPC executive also decided to open a nursing college at Sri

Anandpur Sahib and Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College at Bhagta Bhai

area in Bathinda. It has also decided to form a new department to

look after agricultural land of gurdwaras being run by the SGPC.

The executive also gave its nod to complete the paper work of 13.8

acres of land, which has been donated to the SGPC by Deedar Singh

Bains in the USA. The executive approved enhancement in its cancer

funds to help more people fight the dreaded disease. The executive

also decided to open a school for speech and hearing impaired

children in Ludhiana.

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2012/20121118/punjab.htm#3

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There is nothing to do with the age. Baba Budha ji was the head granthi of darbar sahib too and he was much older than him. Not that you can compare other persons to baba Budha ji but still. That happens if you read bani for duties but not fo building up a life philosophy.

My persnaly belief is, currently is a time where ppl has to work on two different jobs to feed their family. Maybe he is also doing duties somewhere else. Different Gurdwara different Maryadas. Maybe he was doing path at a Gurdwara where they dun read chaupaisahib too.

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