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Which is the correct rehras sahib???

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Can i do the budda dal one? Or is there a specific version that everyone is suppose to do? The sampooran that starts with har jug jug pagat upaiaa? 

I want to do the longer one though. I will do the one that was written in puratan saroops.

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Just now, NonExistant said:

 I love that one! Can i do it?

NO! Have you not seen the the new Tisarpanth website?

Nihangs are all bad! :notalk:

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31 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

NO! Have you not seen the the new Tisarpanth website?

Nihangs are all bad! :notalk:

Oh. I didnt know. Damn i guess i will stop doing that one and do the one that is read out at harmandir sahib. The one thats in the akaal takht sahib rehit maryada.

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Just now, NonExistant said:

Oh. I didnt know. Damn i guess i will stop doing that one and do the one that is read out at harmandir sahib. The one thats in the akaal takht sahib rehit maryada.

You know I was joking right?

And I think you mean SGPC maryada.

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8 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

You know I was joking right?

And I think you mean SGPC maryada.

Oh ok lol. Sorry. Yeah SGPC. I want to do the budda dal one though. Am i allowed?

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2 minutes ago, NonExistant said:

Oh ok lol. Sorry. Yeah SGPC. I want to do the budda dal one though. Am i allowed?

As someone who does Brahm Kavach, I'm sure you know the answer bro.

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That question is so stupid I also think you are just trolling.

Read whichever version of 'rehras' you want. Bani is Bani. Bani Guru, Guru hai bani.

No one is restricted to read a certain type of bani.

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39 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

That question is so stupid I also think you are just trolling.

Read whichever version of 'rehras' you want. Bani is Bani. Bani Guru, Guru hai bani.

No one is restricted to read a certain type of bani.

Well a lot of people are out there asking this question and need to know if a certain rehras is against maryada or something. 

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5 hours ago, NonExistant said:

Oh ok lol. Sorry. Yeah SGPC. I want to do the budda dal one though. Am i allowed?

bro it's always better to more than less ....go with what your heart says

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2 hours ago, NonExistant said:

Troll? Nah this is actually one of my questions. 

Don’t worry. I’m a fool too. I ask so many questions too. And u can always ask whatever u want to that doesn’t make anyone low in anyway. And of course u can do budha dal rehras sahib. I do that one as well. 

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