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10 hours ago, Khalistanisinghni said:

To avoid:

Dhumma

 

Baba Harnam Singh Dhumma is an excellent kathakar. His knowledge on Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth Sahib is renowned in the taksal, and Baba is the one who has engineered the revival of Dasam katha in Delhi Gurdwaras where it was non-existent for over a decade.

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1 hour ago, chatanga said:

 

Baba Harnam Singh Dhumma is an excellent kathakar. His knowledge on Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth Sahib is renowned in the taksal, and Baba is the one who has engineered the revival of Dasam katha in Delhi Gurdwaras where it was non-existent for over a decade.

The other jathedars and mahapurkhs of taksal have a better understanding.

the reason I said to avoid him is simply that he sometimes becomes very fond of the akalis (government) 

hence some may just see all taksalis as supporters of akalis 

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19 hours ago, Khalistanisinghni said:

The other jathedars and mahapurkhs of taksal have a better understanding.

the reason I said to avoid him is simply that he sometimes becomes very fond of the akalis (government) 

hence some may just see all taksalis as supporters of akalis 

Sure, Harnam Singh is a supporter of the akalis, but what measure did you use to ascertain whether other jathedars and mahapurkhs of taksal havea  better understanding. And who are these jathedars and mahapurkhs?

 

I would also include Gyani Parwinderpal SIngh Buttar and Bhai Gurpreet Singh california in the "good" list.

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22 minutes ago, chatanga said:

Sure, Harnam Singh is a supporter of the akalis, but what measure did you use to ascertain whether other jathedars and mahapurkhs of taksal havea  better understanding. And who are these jathedars and mahapurkhs?

 

I would also include Gyani Parwinderpal SIngh Buttar and Bhai Gurpreet Singh california in the "good" list.

Mahapurkhs- Sant giani gurbachan singh ji, Sant Giani Kartar Singh ji, and Sant Giani Jarnail Singh ji khalsa (have huge numbers of katha available), Baba Banta Singh (loads of Dasam granth katha available), Giani Harbhajan singh.

It is just the way he has been acting, sometimes the attitude just defeats all that knowledge. One may not be able to learn much from a hypocritical person. And post importantly, the above two mentioned are great as well.

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