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Does khande baate da amrit have some magical properties to it ?

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We have all heard of stories of a sparrow drinking a few drops of amrit from the baata on Anandpur sahib , circa. 1699 vaisakhi, and then it fought and wounded a mighty eagle ! 

This led to saying 

"Chiddiya te main baaj ladaava, tabe Gobind Singh naam kahava"

And the general consensus among sikhs is that it was amrit who transformed coward donkeys to brave soldiers ! 

So , if amrit is so powerful , and if I take it, it should work on me as well, no ?, considering I am so coward, an emaciated stray dog could put me to a run .

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3 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

We have all heard of stories of a sparrow drinking a few drops of amrit from the baata on Anandpur sahib , circa. 1699 vaisakhi, and then it fought and wounded a mighty eagle ! 

This led to saying 

"Chiddiya te main baaj ladaava, tabe Gobind Singh naam kahava"

And the general consensus among sikhs is that it was amrit who transformed coward donkeys to brave soldiers ! 

So , if amrit is so powerful , and if I take it, it should work on me as well, no ?, considering I am so coward, an emaciated stray dog could put me to a run .

It is the faith and love we have for Guru ji and His love for Us that is in amrit , it is immortal and that is how our love for Guru ji should be eternal, unbroken when that happens we KNOW that everything's fine with us  we need nothing more . When a person feels that way they are not scared of risks , they haven't got a white-knuckled grip onto this life or things, they can accept loss as easily as gain , happiness is the same as pain . ALL is a Blessing to that person and that makes them daler/brave

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What is your agenda? I have seen 4 topics where you are doubting stuff ao what are you trying to do?

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11 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

What is your agenda? I have seen 4 topics where you are doubting stuff ao what are you trying to do?

Hopefully even though his agenda might be negative; that those people who do have these questions might get their answers, (Daas doesn't think he's genuinely asking questions; however, if he is, he is satisfied with these answers.

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Depends. Some ppl think its just an initiation ceremony, and its just a beginning, and that one has to do bhagati and naam and bani to get to destination.

For others it is starting or giving of naam. For them taking amrit, changes u and gives u ras. 

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