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Singh Sabha London East defies Sikh Rehat Maryada by allowing Hindu ritual in Darbar Hall

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5akaalsingh    87
1 hour ago, singhbj singh said:

LOL! 

Have those guys of that website EVER visited Hazur Sahib or Patna Sahib? 

 

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joker    19

bring back singha subha , these nihangs outside punjab practice a hindu version of sikhi

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singhbj singh    1,179

I wanna know the stand of all UK Sikh groups & Pracharaks on this incident.

Did any of the UK Sikh Channels run this news ?

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5akaalsingh    87
On 2/6/2017 at 7:53 PM, singhbj singh said:

I wanna know the stand of all UK Sikh groups & Pracharaks on this incident.

Did any of the UK Sikh Channels run this news ?

I don't think so. 

I remember, Aarti Aarta was live streamed from Patna Sahib when Guru Gobind Singh ji's 350th Parkash Purab by Sangat or Akaal channel.

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5akaalsingh    87
On 2/6/2017 at 7:53 PM, singhbj singh said:

I wanna know the stand of all UK Sikh groups & Pracharaks on this incident.

Did any of the UK Sikh Channels run this news ?

P.S. One one occasion, the guy from the Akaal Channel show "Sikhis di Dastaan" criticized the Aarti Aarta as done in Patna Sahib. He was the same guy who debated the Taksali- Jagowaley on the issue of parallel Prakash of Sri Dasam Granth. I think he's a self made pracharak obviously motivated from the RSS conspiracy.

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5akaalsingh    87
On 2/5/2017 at 10:13 PM, joker said:

bring back singha subha , these nihangs outside punjab practice a hindu version of sikhi

I have went to many  Nihang shaunis as well as in Nirmaley akharas in Punjab and outside. They all practice this. 

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Cisco_Singh    552

Another very hinduphobic article written by SGPC/Singh Sabha types no doubt. 

This type of artii is standard practice as mentioned above at Sachkand Hazur Sahib and Patna sahib, as well as amongst the Puratan  Nihang Singh dals.

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joker    19
1 hour ago, Cisco_Singh said:

Another very hinduphobic article written by SGPC/Singh Sabha types no doubt. 

This type of artii is standard practice as mentioned above at Sachkand Hazur Sahib and Patna sahib, as well as amongst the Puratan  Nihang Singh dals.

where are these places, hindu strongholds, the dominant culture will influence the minority

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joker    19

might as well put some rice in the fire go all the way,.What a load of nonsense. Is the guru granth sahib ji feeling cold, as bad as watering dead ancestors

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jkvlondon    3,510
2 hours ago, Cisco_Singh said:

Another very hinduphobic article written by SGPC/Singh Sabha types no doubt. 

This type of artii is standard practice as mentioned above at Sachkand Hazur Sahib and Patna sahib, as well as amongst the Puratan  Nihang Singh dals.

They are doing aarti of Gurbani ...surely this is satkar of gurbani nothing more or less . Hindu married women do aarti of their husbands , surely we can do the same of our true husband Akal Purakh , anybody would think that any ancient sign of satkar is owned by 'hindus' but it is not ... gurbani tells us that to do dandaut is a punn ...where are these bewakoof people getting their sikhia from Gurbani or missionary bulletins ? next they will be criticising doing matha tekna because the islamic bros do that ... they seriously need to get nam japping and kirtan singing instead of wasting people's time

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genie    1,109

Depends on context if arti is done as a form of worship then its plain and simple beadhi because SGGS or Dasam Granth are not to be worship as they are not God.

Also arti is a ritual... Guru Nanak Ji made it clear rituals are useless and should be avoided. Now if someone of our so called Sikhs are not understanding the basics of even gurbani and just blindly following the ways of their ancients or elders then they are not pracistism mainstream Sikhism but some off shoot sect version of it much like 3HO and we have seen what kinda fake sikhs they are who use sikh names but keep their christo-judaic real names on official documents and even shown no love or loyalty for defending or fighting for Sikhi and Sikhs when bad/hard times come for the kaum.

 

 

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