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singhbj singh    1,136

Meeting Mata Gurdev Kaur Ji... 

How we take Sangat for granted or even listening to Keertan ! Not everyone has the opportunity to attend the Gurdwara, or Smaagams, either for health reasons or the simple fact that there is no Gurdwara or community nearby.
 

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Jacfsing2    1,845
3 hours ago, singhbj singh said:

Meeting Mata Gurdev Kaur Ji... 

How we take Sangat for granted or even listening to Keertan ! Not everyone has the opportunity to attend the Gurdwara, or Smaagams, either for health reasons or the simple fact that there is no Gurdwara or community nearby.
 

"Without telling many people, she decided to take Amrit on her visit to Sri Hazoor Sahib."

She could have visited any Taksali place instead of Hazur Sahib. It's really a sad day when people make these random excuses when Nihangs and Taksalis used to be the same Jatha under Baba Deep Singh Ji.

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jkvlondon    3,419
19 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

"Without telling many people, she decided to take Amrit on her visit to Sri Hazoor Sahib."

She could have visited any Taksali place instead of Hazur Sahib. It's really a sad day when people make these random excuses when Nihangs and Taksalis used to be the same Jatha under Baba Deep Singh Ji.

she just did what her heart told her , Guru ji did so much kirpa on her that she kept full rehit in spite of that and she was blessed with another chance when the sanchar and sangat  came to her ... It's all good

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Jacfsing2    1,845
10 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

she just did what her heart told her , Guru ji did so much kirpa on her that she kept full rehit in spite of that and she was blessed with another chance when the sanchar and sangat  came to her ... It's all good

Yes, but it's such a sad day when people believe in such things; especially when the first Jathedar of Taksal was also the Jathedar of Nihangs, and it's been split into completely unrecognizable territory.

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jkvlondon    3,419
1 hour ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Yes, but it's such a sad day when people believe in such things; especially when the first Jathedar of Taksal was also the Jathedar of Nihangs, and it's been split into completely unrecognizable territory.

do you mean the kirpan di amrit

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Jacfsing2    1,845
8 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

do you mean the kirpan di amrit

Yes

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ipledgeblue    72

I would go to gurdwara more if keertan was done in tanti saaz gurmat sangeet maryada as opposed to the not very uplifting (to put it politely) harmonium sound which is sometimes not even done to raag and instead to bhangra and bollywood tunes. We need to follow Guru maryada more so sangat can enjoy!

At least at home or in my car I can use Youtube or CDs and internet to listen to gurmat sangeet in tanti saaz. IS it bonkers that I have to be outside gurdwaras to listen to keertan in gurmat maryada?

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