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    A Hindu saint who was visiting river Ganges to take bath found a group of family members on the banks, shouting in anger at each other. He turned to his disciples smiled ‘n asked. ‘Why do people shout in anger shout at each other?’ Disciples thought for a while, one of them said, ‘Because we lose our calm, we shout.’ ‘But, why should you shout when the other person is just next to you? You can as well tell him what you have to say in a soft manner.’ asked the saint. Disciples gave some other answers but none satisfied the other disciples. Finally the saint explained. ‘When two people are angry at each other, their hearts distance a lot. To cover that distance they must shout to be able to hear each other. The angrier they are, the stronger they will have to shout to hear each other to cover that great distance. What happens when two people fall in love? They don’t shout at each other but talk softly, Because their hearts are very close. The distance between them is either nonexistent or very small…’ The saint continued, ‘When they love each other even more, what happens? They do not speak, only whisper ‘n they get even closer to each other in their love. Finally they even need not whisper, they only look at each other ‘n that’s all. That is how close two people are when they love each other.’ He looked at his disciples and said. ‘So when you argue do not let your hearts get distant, Do not say words that distance each other more, Or else there will come a day when the distance is so great that you will not find the path to return.
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    Yeah, as in: It takes 600 packs of beer to get that belly. lol
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    Mooorakh

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    harsharan000

    Awareness

    Golden Temple early morning Palki Seva drone capture. Absolutely mesmerising Har Mandir Sahib.mp4
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    harsharan000

    Health Miracles by Gurbani

    SSA. The biggest cure for all our maladies, is Wahiguru´s sacred Name. For all maladies can only take place, if only we are still stuck in the cycle of births and deaths. And births and deaths take place, because of the mind. So, if the mind is wiped, there is no birth or death, thus no illness or any pain or sorrow. In that respect, SSGS tells us: Prabh ka Simran man kee mael jaaeh. Prabh ka simran, garb na baseh. The first benefit obtained by His simran is that, our mind is cleansed from all the karmic impurities since we left our Father Waheguru´s abode; and consecuently, the second benefit we get is that, we are not born from a mother´s womb anymore, we are freed from birth and deaths anymore. So sangat jee, the Shabad Gurbani of His Name, is the very Amrit/Nectar, if we intake through bhakti, is that what makes us immortal, by merging our true identity as souls,in Him, Paree Puran Parmatma, Waheguru Akal Purukh. Stay blessed.
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    WONDERS IN A GLANCE OF MEHER, OF GURU JEE During one of his mission to enlighten people, Guru Nanak Dev Maharaj traveled a great distance to the wilderness of Assam with his companions, Bala and Mardana. Mardana was very hungry and tired, so they sat under a tree. After sometime, Mardana went to get something to eat. On his way he met Kauda, the cannibal. Kauda took Mardana by surprise and bounded his hand and foot by a rope and then carried him to the spot where he had kept a big pan full of oil for frying the flesh of his victims. Kauda started to lighten fire under the pan. When Mardana saw Kauda preparing to butcher him, he was very frightened and prayed to Guru Ji to come to his rescue. The all-knowing Guru realized what was happening to Mardana. He started walking towards Kauda’s place in order to rescue Mardana. Kauda was trying to light the fire when Guru ji appeared. Kauda was completely bewildered. He went towards the Guru and tied him as well. He lit the fire and within minutes the oil was burning hot. Guru Nanak Dev Ji said that he wants be the first one to be fried. Kauda was astonished and surprise. He had never seen anyone like Guru Nanak before. Kauda carried on his routine and lifted Guru Ji to be put him in the big pan. When the Guru’s feet touched the hot oil, it became cold as ice. Kauda then knew that Guru Nanak Dev Ji was not an ordinary person. Guru Ji looked at Kauda with compassion and graciously and said, "Kauda! You do not realize what you are doing. Would you cast yourself in the burning fire of hell?" Kauda, whose conscience was dead with heinous crimes, suddenly came to realization and was overwhelmed with repentance. The very gracious and holy sight of the divine Guru made him realize his guilt and he fell at Guru’s feet and begged for mercy. The gracious Guru blessed him with Naam, the meditation on the Name of God. Kauda changed entirely and thereafter lived as a devout disciple of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. He became an honest person and a devotee of God.
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    Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji and the Brahman While Guru Ji was at Panjokhara and mediating on God, a Sikh came and told him of a proud Brahman who was in the neighbourhood. The Brahman had asked the Guru’s name and learned that it was Satguru Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji. Hearing this the Brahman became very angry and said, ‘The poet of the Bhagavat Gita, whom no one can equal, called God merely Krishan, and the Guru calls himself Sri Har Krishan, as if he thinks himself superior to Krishan. If he be such a Guru let him come and translate the Gita with me’. Guru Ji replied to this Sikh, ‘ The eyes of understanding are very good, but the cataract of pride so blindeth them that they cannot see God’s way. The proud think all persons beneath them.’ The Sikh however, prevailed on the Guru to allow the Brahman to come to him. When the Brahman came he did not salute the Guru, but unceremoniously sat down in his presence. He then said, ‘Thou who call thyself Sri Har Krishan, must be greater than the God Krishan. Translate the Gita for a little while with me’. Guru Ji replied, ‘The Brahmans of the present day are not deeply read. They are great talkers and arguers, and are deteriorating everyday; and in the future they will have even less religion that they have now. What the Brahmans know is not real knowledge, and they are strangers to God. I have not read the Gita, and were I to translate it with you, you would say that I was some rich man’s son who had a private tutor, whereas I should translate by my spiritual power. Go and bring some ignorant rustic to discuss with you and when you have brought him, I will speak to you.’ The Brahman went and brought an ignorant water carrier called Chhajju from the nearest village. The Guru looked at him full in face and said, ‘Thou hast become a great divinity scholar. Now discuss the meaning of the Shastars with this Brahman’. The Brahman and the water carrier began to discuss accordingly, and the water carrier gave such learned replies, that the Brahman stood in astonished silence. The questions and replies related to Hindu theology. The pandit became convinced that Guru Ji had infused his supernatural power into the water carrier. He accordingly begged Guru Ji’s pardon for the unceremonious manner in which he had approached him. The Brahman added, ‘Thou art really the holy God, Krishan. Make me thy disciple’. Dhan Dhan Satguru Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji Maharaj, the King of Kings, the Saint of Saints and the Healer of all.
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    Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Ji Once, a Sikh made a request before the Guru Ji, "O true King! I am grieved by the world. Eliminate the pain of birth and death. Save me from sins. I am in your protection. I am illiterate". Guru Ji said, "Brother Sikh! You are blessed that you became detached (from the world). An fool cannot get sense without education. One should get education. An uneducated person cannot understand anything. The God meets him, whose pronunciation of 'Bani' is perfect. Brother! Do study. Guru Ji asked the 'Granthi' to teach that Sikh with love. The 'Granthi' started to teach him. While teaching, he taught him this line of Anand Sahib prayer, "Anand bhya meree maaye, Satguroo main paaya." (The heavenly pleasure occurred, O my mother, for I have found my True Guru). The Sikh recited this line with love and went reciting it. Sometimes, he would eat from 'langar' (the community kitchen). His faith increased reciting this line. After six months, Guru Ji asked the Granthi, "Did he learn?" He replied, "He did not return after learning one line." Guru Ji called for that Sikh and asked, "You were sent to learn." He replied with folded hands, "Guru Ji! One line is enough. When the True Guru has been found, 'Anand' is gotten. (Without getting the 'Anand') more reciting is the act of 'Bemukhs'." Guru Ji smiled and said, "You are 'nihaal' (bliss). Your cycle of birth and death has been curtailed.
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    Once Tukkaramji the great saint was sitting near the bank of Ganges and doing bhajans. There was an envious person who wanted to disturb Tukkaram. To provoke him to fight, he spit on his face. Tukkaram got up, went to the river, took a holy dip and came back to the bank and continued with his bhajans. The man repeated the spitting 108 times. Every time Tukkaram went and took a dip and came back to the river bank and continued chanting, without getting irritated or angry. In the end, the envious man got very fed up and he asked, “How come you are not becoming angry?” Tukaram replied, “Why should I become angry? I should actually thank you. Because of your mercy, I took bath 108 times in the Ganges.” Moral of the story: Usually we find it comfortable or easy to thank people who help us in favourable manner. But if someone offends or scolds us, we only feel angry with them and there is no question saying “thank you”. In the above incident we see that Tukkaram always saw Krishna’s hand in every experience. So he could tolerate even the other person spitting on him, took it as an opportunity to take holy dip in the Ganges and thanked the other person who was spitting on him. So without blaming others, if we think calmly then we can realise every experience in life, be it good or bad is a lesson for us to learn. So we should be thankful in both cases. “What to speak of 24 Gurus? We can have millions of Gurus. Infact we can learn something from everyone and hence, in that sense, everything and everybody in this world is our Guru. If we are humble and sincere, Krishna will reveal all the transcendental knowledge through all the different entities in this world.” Such sanity of mind is possible only under the guidance of spiritual master. So we should always take shelter of such mahatmas, remember their glorious lives and silently observe the various experiences and learn the different kinds of lessons which Krishna has in store for us in this life-time. Day in and day out we come across so many different kinds of people, different situations and thereby have different kinds of experiences. These experiences have a great impact on our life. Specifically the experiences which we have in our childhood, have a great impact on our future behaviour and character. We have seen in many households how when the parents are short-tempered or drunkards or chain-smokers, it affects the children in different ways. If there is proper guidance for the child, either from elderly person in the family or a teacher, then even though the child is exposed to these difficult situations it learns the lesson of how not to behave. Whereas in the absence of proper guidance, children tend to take up the same bad traits in their life as they grow old. As the saying goes experience is the best teacher. Be it good or bad, every experience has a lesson for us. Good experience teaches us how we should behave and bad experience teaches us how we should not behave. Lord Krishna says in Bhagavad Gita verse 16.6 dvau bhuta sargau loke’smin / daiva aasura eva ca daivo vistarashah prokta / aasuram paartha me shrnu “O son of Prthaa, in this world there are two kinds of created beings. One is called the divine and the other demoniac. I have already explained to you at length the divine qualities. Now hear from Me of the demoniac.” In scriptures like Bhagavad Gita and Bhagavatam also, Lord Krishna is mercifully showing us both categories of people. From devotees of the Lord, we can learn how to serve the Lord and His devotees. From demoniac people we can learn what are all the qualities, which we need to give-up, so that we could serve the Lord in favourable manner. So when we meet divine people we should thank them for showing us how to live in this world. And when we come across other kind of people, we should still thank them for showing us how not to behave.
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    SWEETNESS OF GURU HAR KRISHAN Guru Har Rai, 7th Patshahee had two sons. The older one was called Baba Ram Rai, and he was very smart. The younger one was called Baba HarKrishan, and he was very sweet with a divine light. Both the boys were reading from the teachings, the Adi Granth and they looked so innocent and so devoted. Someone asked the Guru, “great Guru, both of your children are very handsome, they’re both very intelligent, and both are very spiritual & humble. How can you possibly decide which one will be the next Guru?” Guru ji came with him to where the two boys were, and told him to do a test as the boys were reading from the Adi Granth. “Take a needle to the table where they are reading the Granth Sahib. Try to poke the needle into the wood of that table. If it is read with love everything will become soft and the needle will easily go in.” " And the man replied, "yes Sir, Wahe Guru!" So the man saw the younger son, Baba HarKrishan, reading, “Ik Ongkar, SatGurPrasaad, slok Mahula Panjvaa..." Baba HarKrishan read with great devotion and love. As the boy was reading the man came to the wood table and slowly put the needle there. It went in, smoothly, as if the wood was made out of wax! And the Guru said, "HarKrishan my son, please explain to everyone the meaning of what you just read." Then Guru HarKrishan replied, “Yes father, God is in every heart! Once the heart remembers it’s home it is happy and we are God...” Baba HarKrishan´s explanation filled everyone with bliss. People were blown away. Then the older brother Baba Ram Rai took the seat and started reading the same section, “Ik Ongkar, SatGurPrasaad, slok Mahula Panjvaa...” RamRai read very beautifully and sweetly too. As he was reading the man tried to pull the needle out of the wood... "Let me just, uhhh hummm uhh, it wont come out!" But it was stuck, it wouldn't come out! The wood had gone back to being hard, just like normal. The Guru said, "Ram Rai my son, please explain to everyone the meaning of what you just read." And Ram Rai replied, "Yes father, his section was rather eloquently explaining something you may well want to understand. The chatrik bird is famed for it’s particular behavior......" Baba Ram Rai's explanation was very convincing and everyone was so impressed. Guru ji then asked the boys to read another random section, which they did. Baba HarKrishan started reading, “Ik ­ong kār sat nam karṯa purakẖ nirbẖa­o nirvair akal murat ajuni saibhang gur parshad jap aad sach jugaadh sach hai bhee sach nanak hosee bhee sach". This time the man tried to take out the needle out of the wood, it came out smoothly without any effort, he said, "Huhahah, Wahe Guru! Wahe Guru! How did this happen? It is so beautiful! Wahe Guru!" How did the wood melt? Why did it become soft like wax? Why could the needle only come in or out when Baba HarKrishan read? No one else seemed too sure which of the boys would be the next Guru but a few people now knew. They saw with their own eyes which of the boys had more love. Later it became known that Baba RamRai had spiritual powers. He could read minds, he knew about people’s past lives, he could make correct predictions about when someone would die, he could become weightless & he could make jewels appear out of thin air, he could make himself invisible so one one could see him, and many many other things. Many people were amazed at him and thought he was a great holy man, but they were only looking on the outside, they weren't looking on the inside. Baba HarKrishan’s love was his super power. His miracle was inside. When someone is loving it just melts your heart. HarKrishan’s love melted many people’s hearts, it melted everything around, it melted everything he touched, it even melted wood. Baba Harkrishan became the next Guru, when he was 5 years old. He became Guru HarKrishan, the child Guru. Can anyone imagine a 5 year old boy, being a great leader of people? Guru HarKrishan was truly a great leader. * It had to be so about His sweetness and leadership, as He was Wahiguru Akal Purukh Himself. Sat Sree Akal.
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    From the british library's 'Bhai Maharaj Singh Collection'. Items taken off Bhai Sahib by the brits:
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    Dhan Bhai Kanhaiya Ji Maharaj, Sep 18. Bhai Kanhaiya Guru Ke Laal
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    Why does God Himself helps His Devotees? Once a king in India went to Guru Nanak Dev Maharaj and asked, “O Guru! As you told us that God Himself supports His true worshiper, but God has so many apostles, why does He support His devotees Himself? Why does not He send His apostles to help the devotees?” As he said this, his own son who was playing at the bank of a nearby river slipped in the river. The king did not waited for a second, and jumped in the river right after his son to save his child. After saving his child he returned to the Guru. The Guru asked, “My dear friend, you were sitting here with me a minute ago and why did you jump in the river?” King explained that his son had slipped in the river and he went to save him. Then the Guru asked, “Dear friend, you have so many servants then why did you jumped in the river by yourself? Why did not you send you servants to save him?” The King said, “When it come to my son. I do not want to take any chances and would do anything it takes to protect him. I love my son very much and I do not want to lose him at any cost.” Then Guru Ji said: “My dear friend, God loves His devotees the same way as you love your son. That is why he Himself saves His true worshipper.” Sat Sree Akal.
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    Forget a six pack. Just allow the pot belly look. Please..... Especially for keshdharis. lol Just keep that belly flat, no muffin tops please. Let's give this a miss:
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    Dhan Guru Nanak Tuhi Nirankaar, Sep 14, & Sri Guru Amar Daas Ji Maharaj, Sep 14,
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    The thing is... i wanted to see if people really understand 'grooming', hence why i asked how and why do girls for these guys. Jageera i think your points are valid but at the same time i think that is more accurate around apnea kuriya who admin cut about.. they do tend to go for non sikhs and they just want to get smashed.. fair enough i haven't got time for those bimbos who really act in ways, not necessarily for the enjoyment of the act(drinking, tatoos, sex etc) but just to get away from the lavel of the conservative good girls apnea are seen by non asians... Going back to groomin, i feel people do say its the girls fault as she was horny and dumb enough to get herself involved with a tondah in the first place. I feel people say this as its a good response to give if you do not want to get involved in helping out, almost as if to say 'well its her fault but id be more than happy to helf if she was innocent'- bollocks, that comes from people who are weak and avoid tackling an issue which is big. Im not going to lie, i am in no way shape or form involved anymore, ive not only seen the destruction it causes the victims family but also the destruction of lives of those soormeh who have 'helped out'....so i have so much respect for those sher who carry on helping out...the panth needs unity and direction especially when tackling this issue- Going back to 'grooming', first thing peolple need to understand is what grooming actually is. Sorry to say but most girls are not so pretty who get less attention from boys compared to the more attractive girls. Not only do these girls crave a bit of attention they cont belive their lucky stars when one does shower then with compliments. Remember also that girls as young as 11 are targeted. Blackmailed drugged up raped at the age of 13/14/15... just put yourself in their shoes... More importantly when approached by these savages understand their mental state.... So ive just brushed on things in regards to the girls situation. Now lets flip it to these sulleh.. they are organized gangs who set out to get a sikh girl. They get off at a girl being sikh, even though they target other races/religions too...now we cannot say they are just lustfull being(which they admin cut are), they make a conscious decision to not.do that to a fellow musalmani.... On top of that their dharam is a dusht dharam. They can lie to convert, rape at times of war etc heir tapp is to not merge with allah but to go heaven and shag virgins.. think about their mental state.. To undertsand the islamic religion people need to really look into the haddiths. The thing is i do feel very soon they goona admin cut with the wrong girl and its gonna kick off hard on a mass scale ( just my opinion, not waiting for it to happen or anythi g..lol) I would also quickly touch on the fact that these girls do not come from a dharmic background. the state of the mind is so fucked people go from one extreme to the other. As soon as someone shows a little interest in sikhi/simran etc they get pressured by non kamia phudu amritdharis, that they need to keep kesh take amrit give up meat and eggs... at the same time those initial seekers think 'admin cut that' and go totally on a narak vasi jeevan...so its a mad one at the moment.. I know i have brushed on many things briefly, but you need to do your won research in this.fuked up crime.. ive only touched up on sikh girls as thats who we are and have a direct link with but as mentioned in above video its a fucked up crime circling with big boys aswell..
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    For those over 40 or whatever, even if you feel so out of shape it doesn't matter. A six pack may seem a bit of an uphill struggle..lol.. Just start with a 20 min brisk walk every night (about an hour after eating)...just see how you feel as you do not want to walk on a bloat stomach.. then slowly increase it..(take it from there).. For those who are over weight, forget exercise for now... concentrate on diet.. that's it....once you have that in control, then start brisk walking, then jogging, then weights... its all good, only competition is yourself..Lets go..lol For all you young cats, start training man..lol.. KO gym bethnal green, i trained many years there... i recomend it for sure for those in london, friendly atmosphere but hard training... P.s.. be sharp and have fight I.Q... not all about the six pack..lol..
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    harsharan000

    Awareness

    SSA Brother, you may upload and download any videos you like and feel like sharing with the sangat here. Thanks.
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    Here is Sant Ji's interview track i found when they visted uk recently https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2963707983699205&id=1127901360613219&fs=0&focus_composer=0
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    True devotion or bhakti, has to take you there where Truth is. And as we all know, the Truth which Gurbani talks about is within us, within our body, His Harmandir. If not there, then it should at least take us to stay as kookars at His Door. If not there, then at least at the path which will one day take us within for sure... If it does not take us there even, then leave that devotion, for it will take us nowhere, because that so called devotion time spent, keeps our attention, our dhyan outside, there where He is not; for He is only to be found within. So do only that devotion which takes your attention within, and that devotion, is none other than His simran Sat Sree Akal.
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    harsharan000

    Awareness

    Found another aerial 4K very beautiful video:
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    chatanga1

    Mirpur 1947 – The Untold Story

    Although we generally assume, that Panjab was the scene of mass murders of Sikhs during the partition, there was also another battle ground, which saw scenes from West Panjab being re-enacted on its minorities. I found this article and wouild like to share it with the forum members, and encourage members to also share any links/stories, that they feel the cyber sangat may benefit from. from :http://www.khalidhas...e-untold-story/ The savagery that gripped the Subcontinent at a moment in history which should have been its most glorious remains inexplicable. While a great deal of academic work has been completed in India on the massacres and the movement of millions from one part of the divided land to the other, little of that has been done on our side, which is yet another pity that can be added to the long list of pities that every Pakistani carries in his heart. Some years ago, I published a book of reminiscences about Jammu and how its Muslim population had been all but decimated in 1947, ironically with the connivance, if not at the directions, of the Maharajas government, which was supposed to have protected them. That slim book remains the only first-hand account, as far as I know, of what life was like for the Muslims of Jammu before 1947 and what happened to them as India and Pakistan awoke to freedom. Some copies of the book, Memory Lane to Jammu, found their way to Jammu and several people who read it later said that they really had no idea what had happened to the Muslims of Jammu city and outlying areas in 1947. Included in the book was a first-hand account recorded for the late Justice Muhammad Yusuf Saraf by Dr Abdul Karim, more than twenty of whose family members were killed and whose daughter was abducted, never to be found. He himself received eleven sword and knife wounds on his body and was left for dead. A couple of months ago, I received an email from Bal Kishan Gupta, a retired engineer who lives in Georgia. He wrote, I read your article on Jammu 1947 on the website. It is a heart rending account of the massacre of Muslims in Jammu. I am from Mirpur and was a witness to the slaughter of the Hindus and Sikhs of Mirpur. As a matter of fact, I am one of the few survivors of the Alibeg concentration camp. As Muslim refugees from Jammu mark the anniversary of the November 5 Jammu killings, the Hindu and Sikh survivors of Mirpur remember the November 25 holocaust of Mirpur. He asked if I would publish his story and I said I would. The account he sent me is harrowing. He was only ten at the time but he says he has a photographic memory. Many members of his immediate family, including some of his uncles and his great grandfather, a man of ninety, were killed in Mirpur. Some of what Gupta has recorded I have tried to corroborate from sources on our side but without luck. Hardly anything is on record. Even Justice Saraf in his two-volume history of the freedom movement in the State has confined his account to the military encounters that took place between bands of Pathan irregulars, sections of the Pakistan army and freebooters and the remnants of the Maharajas forces. It is not a satisfactory account and its gung-ho, super-patriotic tone is troubling because I expected more objectivity from a judge and Kashmiri patriot. Justice Saraf writes that Mirpur district had Hindu majorities in its three principal towns of Mirpur, Kotli and Bhimber. Many Hindus fleeing from West Punjab had taken refuge in Mirpur town, swelling its non-Muslim population to 20,000. According to him, local mujahids and Pakistani volunteers cut off the Mirpur Cantt and a 500-strong force moved towards Mirpur town which was surrounded by the second week of November 1947. A force of 1,000 of tribesmen from Dir also joined in. Most of the atrocities committed against the non-Muslim residents of Mirpur were by these men, though Saraf does not record that. The outer defences of Mirpur city crumbled and many houses were set on fire. He writes, At about 4 pm (on 23 November) a column of humanity was seen emerging from the barbed wire enclosure on the Eastern side, made up of civilians and flanked by Dogra troops, which soon abandoned their helpless charges. The caravan scattered and as Saraf puts it their condition was pitiable; the effects of the fighting and the conditions of siege were clearly noticeable; they were emaciated, exhausted and frightened. By the evening, there was no Hindu or Sikh left in Mirpur town. Saraf records that while some Pathans as well as local Muslims wanted to kill the Hindus and abduct their women, they were prevented from doing so and the people who had now become refugees in their own land, were sent to Alibeg Gurudwara which was turned into a refugee camp. Guptas memories are different. As a ten-year-old child I, along with 5,000 Hindus and Sikhs, was held prisoner in the Alibeg prison. On March 16, 1948, only about 1,600 prisoners walked out from Alibeg alive. I was one of them. Most of the survivors of Alibeg have died since the horrific massacres. As one of its few survivors, I feel compelled to document the events I witnessed. Around November 25, 1947, there were nearly 25,000 Hindus and Sikhs living in Mirpur. During the citys capture, close to 2,500 were killed in the infernos that erupted due to Pakistani artillery fire. Another 2,500 escaped with the retreating Jammu and Kashmir army. The remaining 20,000 were marched in a procession towards Alibeg. Along the way, Pakistani troops and Pathans killed about 10,000 of the captured Hindu and Sikh men and kidnapped over 5,000 women. The 5,000 Hindus and Sikhs who survived the 20-mile trek to Alibeg were imprisoned. In Janaury 1948, the Red Cross rescued 1,600 of the survivors from Alibeg. Between 1948 and 1954, around 1,000 abducted Hindu and Sikh women were recovered from Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Gupta writes, My grandmother Kartar Devi, my paternal uncle Mohanlal Gupta, and my maternal great-grandfather Lalman Shah were some of those who died in the infernos of Mirpur. My mother Padma Devi and my aunts, Rajmohni Gupta and Sushila Gupta, were some of the women kidnapped from the Mirpur courthouse. My wifes grandmother Diwan Devi Gupta and aunt were among those killed during the forced march towards Alibeg. My wifes cousin, Sesh Gupta, was one of the girls kidnapped by Pathans. Her fate is not known to this day. My mothers uncles, Lal Chand Dhangeryal, Chander Prakash Dhangeryal, Dina Nath Dhangeryal, Khemchand Bhagotra and her many cousins (whose names I do not remember) were killed. I saw Sardar Ibrahim in Alibeg surrounded by his bodyguards. The only helpful Muslims to visit Alibeg were Chaudhri Abdul Aziz of Datial village, who saved many Hindu children and women in his village, and Fateh Mohammed of Serai Alamgir who saved some Hindus from being slaughtered. Many Mirpuri Hindus and Sikhs settled in Jammu, where there exists a Mirpur Road and a memorial sacred to the memory of the men, women and children who were killed for no other reason except that they were Hindus and Sikhs. I close this sad story with a snatch from the poem Faiz Ahmed Faiz wrote on his return from Dhaka: When will the eye behold the sight of grass without blemish? How many rains will it take for the blood spots to wash away?
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    Jageera

    Mirpur 1947 – The Untold Story

    Where did I support Pakistan show me? I don't have to show you anything.Everything you type is in line with Hindutva extremism/ pseudo Nationalism ideology that rests on murder and rape of those who voice up. Currently Kashmiris are voicing up and are being brutally oppressed so I support them 100%. I support Democracy and the right to self determination. The same right that is denied to Sikhs in Punjab till today.Punjab loses more than it gains by being in "india",this alone is proof that it is being oppressed and put down economically,socially,culturally,religiously by the ruling elite based in Delhi. Come to "india" and fight? LOL are you 6 years old? All the hate and venom in you comes out when you type here. The moment you cant argue or valid points have been brought up and you can't counter them you resort to your third world shenanigans by threatening violence and running amok.Please have some of this refreshing drink below loved by your kind and relax.
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  32. 1 point
    Mooorakh

    Awareness

    Amazing video! Thank you
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    Life is like making tea. Boil your ego, evaporate your worries, dilute your sorrows, filter your mistakes, & get the taste of happiness.
  34. 1 point
    Veer ji this is a hard hitting topic. Reading this thread just shows me how the movie Taken 2008 was based on is starting to make 100% sense especially how our fellow veer @dalsingh101 has posted the video link on youtube.
  35. 1 point
    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    SOME HUSBAND WIFE JOKES
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    MrDoaba

    Hazur sahib Maryada

    I haven't watched the video (yet), but I'd be sceptical to believe what he says. It's well known he's a bit of a vegi fascist and that he has an agenda. Jhatka and some of the other controversial things, which I should add are only controversial because of some of the attitudes that crept into the panth, are pretty much accepted across the board, even by those who feel it goes against their own specific maryada. Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji themselves weren't against this even if they did promote vegetarianism. Having said that I do agree that jhatka and eating maas is only for a certain section of the panth. Just because he doesn't agree with it doesn't make it bullshit/interpolation/manmat. Plenty of other Mahapurkhs have quoted Suraj Prakash and they haven't said anything of the sort. Gurbar Akaal!
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    about married couples.mp4
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    Husband wife issues.mp4
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    A Priest, A Minister, A Mullah And A Bear A priest, a minister, and a mullah want to see who’s best at his job. So each one goes into the woods, finds a bear, and attempts to convert it. Later, they all get together. The priest begins: “When I found the bear, I read to him from the catechism and sprinkled him with holy water. Next week is his first Communion.” “I found a bear by the stream,” says the minister, “and preached God’s holy Word. The bear was so mesmerized that he let me baptize him.” They both look down at the mullah, who is lying on a gurney in a body cast. “Looking back,” he says, “maybe I shouldn’t have started with the circumcision.”
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    chatanga1

    Mirpur 1947 – The Untold Story

    Bro, there is no merit in both govts call back their citizens to their respective countries. There has been a 70 year gap in between, which will span around 3 generations. It's been too long for successive generations to go back to what thier grandparents or great-grandparents left behind. They would be taking a backwards step as they would be starting all over again. Add to that , I don't think many Sikhs/Hindus would really want to go and live in Pakistan/Bangladesh at the moment. Both countries have taken on a strong Islamic character and identity and wouldnt attract non-Muslims. Whether Muslims in Pakistan would want to come to India I dont know. What would really help me, as a Sikh is for both govts to allow easy visitation to our sacred Gurdwaras in Pakistan. I would like it to be as easy as crossing the US-Canadian border, or even better the England-Scotland border. The only Sikh connection with Pakistan is our vast heritage there which is crumbling away every year. This way we would have a chance to revive it.
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    A mother-in-law explaining work to her newly wed Daughter-in-law. "I am Home Minister as well as Finance Minister of this house, your Father-in-law is the Foriegn Minister, my Son, I mean your husband runs the Ministry of Demand and Supply, and, my daughter runs Planning Developement Ministry. Now you tell me which Ministry would you like to run?" Daughter-in-law instantly replied with a smile, : "Dear mother-in-law, I'll be the leader of OPPOSITION..."
  42. 1 point
    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    HOSPITAL : Maternity ward Hospital me,nurse: mubarak ho, aapke ghar me beta paida hua hae Santa: Wahe guru, kya technology hae... Biwi yaha hospital me, aur beta ghar me paida hua hae....
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    New Math A boy was teaching a girl arithmetic, he said it was his mission. He kissed her once; he kissed her twice and said, “Now that’s addition.” In silent satisfaction, she sweetly gave the kisses back and said, “Now that’s subtraction.” Then he kissed her, she kissed him, without an explanation. And both together smiled and said, “That’s multiplication.” Then her Dad appeared upon the scene and made a quick decision. He kicked that boy three blocks away and said, “That’s long division!”
  44. 1 point
    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    Women Won’t Play Football Not Coz They Aren’t Gud At It…. “ Women wont play football not coz they aren’t gud at it.. But coz its against their ego to b dressed up exactly like 10 other women in front of 10,000 people..
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    The Power of Woman There were 11 people – ten men and one woman – hanging onto a rope that came down from a helicopter. They all decided that one person should get off, because if they didn’t, the rope would break and everyone would die. No one could decide who should go, so finally, the woman gave a really touching speech saying how she would give up her life to save the others, because women were used to giving up things for their husbands and children, giving in to men, and not receiving anything in return. When she finished speaking, all the men started clapping.
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    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    Filling in a school form .... A child was fiiling in a school form: child: Dad ! father: yes son? child: they are asking for mother tongue father : write, a very long and sharp one....
  47. 1 point
    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    Aadmi : Bhaiya Mere Bal Chhote Chhote Kardo.. Hajam : Kitne Chhote Karne Hain ..? Aadmi : Utne Chhote Kardo Ke Biwi Ke Hathon Mein Na Aa Sake..! Pappu India Gate Pe Chilla Raha Tha... "Prime Minister Nikamma Hai' 'Prime Minister Nikamma Hai'.. Police Wale Ne Usey Peetna Shuru Kar Diya Aur Bola Chal Thane PM Ka Mazak Karta Hai... Pappu : Mein To England Ke PM Ko Bol Raha Tha... Police Ne 2 Aur Thappad Lagaye Aur Bola.."Bewkoof Banata Hai, Kya Hame Nahi Pata Kaun Sa PM Nikamma Hai..! Apna Baccha Roye..To Dil Mein Dard Hota Hai. Aur Dusre Ka Roye..To Sar Mein... Apni Biwi Roye ..To Sir Mein Dard Hota Hai... Aur Dusre Ki Roye To Dil Mein..! Ek American Jodi Ko 'Kaala' Baacha Huwa.. Mard Gussa Huwa..Aur Biwi Se Pucha..'Yeh Kaala Kyoo?' Biwi Ne Jawab Diya.." Tum Garam..Mein Bhi Garam..Baacha Jal Gaya..!' Bhagwan : Tumhare Pratna Suni..Aab Kya Chate Ho..? Ladka : Ek Khubsoorat Ladki... Bhagwan : Aagar Islam Dharam Maante Ho..To 'Katrina' Dunga.. Agar Hindu Ko Maante Ho..To 'Kareena' Agar Sikh Ko..To 'Anushka' Agar Christan Ko.. To 'Genelia' Aab Batao..'Naam Kya Hai..? Ladka : Abdul Vijay Singh Fernandes.. Bhagwan : Naarad Se..'Mayawati' De Do Saale Ko.. Banda Jyada Smart Ban Raha Hai..! Court Mein Case Chal Raha Tha...Case Ki Sunwai Shuru Hone Lagi To Wakeel Utha Aur Judge Se Bola.... Wakeel : My Lord, Kanoon Ki Kitaab Ke Page Number 15 Ke Mutabiq Mere Muvakeel Ko Baizzat Bari Kiya Jaye... Judge : Kitab Pesh Ki Jayea... Kitaab Pesh Ki Gayi... Judge Ne Page Number 15 Khola To Usmein 1000 Ke 10 Note The... Judge : Muskurate Hue..Bahut Khoob..Is Tarha Ke 5 Saboot Aur Pesh Kiye Jaye..! Bacha Ne Bhagwan Se Prathna Ki.."Mujhe Ek Cycle Dila Do.." Do Din Intazar Tak Kuch Nahi Huwa.. Aakhir Bache Ne Mandhir Se Ganeshji Ka Putla Chura Liya... Phir Shankarji Ko Ek Kath Likha.."Agar Apna Bacha Chaiyea To Cycle Lakar Mandir Aajaana..!" A Woman Was Kidnapped... The Kidnapper Cut Off Her Finger And Sent It To Her Husband, Demanding Money Husband Replied : I Want More Proof “Zuban Bhejo" Ek Aurat Kabar Par Baithi Thi... Musafir Ne Pucha.."Tumhe Daar Nahi Lagta"? Aurt : kyu Ji..? Isme Darne Wali Kya Baat Hai. Andar Garmi Lag Rahi Thi To Baahar Aa Gai..! Traffic Police Vs. Pappu.... Police Ne Pappu Ko Roka Aur Pucha.. "Aapna Driving License Dikahau" Pappu : Nahi Hai.. Police : Kya License Banvaya Hai Ya Nahi..? Pappu : Nahi. Police : Kyon? Pappu : Banwane Gaya Tha, Woh Voter ID Card Mangte Hain, Aur Woh Mere Paas Nahi Hai.. Police : To Voter ID Card Banwale.. Pappu : Banwane Gaya Tha, Woh Ration Card Mangte Hain, Woh Mere Paas Nahi Hai.. Police : Toh Fir Ration Card Banwale.. Pappu : Gaya Tha, Woh Bank Ki Paasbook Mangte Hain, Woh Mere Paas Nahi Hai.. Police : To Phir Isme Kya Hai, Bank Main Account Khulwale Mere Baap.. Pappu : Bank Bhi Gaya Tha Saab, Lekin Woh Driving License Mangte Hai..! Kya Ajeeb Iffataq Hai.. Apna Baccha Roye..To Dil Mein Dard Hota Hai.. Dusre Ka Roye To Sir Mein. Apni Biwi Roye To Sir Mein Dard Hota Hai.. Dusre Ki Roye..To Dil Mein..! College Wali Masaledar Hoti Hai.. Office Wali Feeki.. Ghar Wali Mein Taste Nahi Aati, Aur Mast To Sirf Hotel Wali Hoti Hai, Kis Soch Mein Par Gaye Dooston.. Main To CHAI Ki Baat Kar Raha Hoon..!. Tata Ko Ab NANO Ke Do Bade Nuks Samajh Aaye Hai... Ek To Usme Garbawati Aurat Ghus Nahi Sakti... Doosra,Usme Aurat Garbawati Ho Nahi Sakti..! Ek Aadmi Ne Bus Conductor Se Pucha : Aap Kitne Ghante Bus Mein Rehte Ho..? Conductor : 24 Ghante.. Aadmi : Wo Kaise..? Conductor : 8 Ghante City Bus Mein, Baaki 16 Ghante Biwi Ke “BASME” ! Ek Aadmi Ne Face Book Par Likha...Suhaag Raat Hai Ghunghat Udha Raha Hoon Mai.. After Few Minutes 75 Likes And 1 Comment Comment : Bhai, Update Karte Rehena Hum Online Par Poori Ki Poori Cinema Dekh Lenge Log Kehte Hain Ki Pyar Itna Bhi Mat Karo Ki Girlfriend Sar Par Sawar Ho Jaye, Hum Kehte Hai Ki Pyar Itna Karo, Ki Girlfriend Ki Saheli Bhi Apke Saath Faraar Ho Yaye..! Sometimes Things Sound More Romantic In Hindi..Like 'Mai Kho Gaya Hoon Tumhare Pyaar Mein..Aab Tum Bhi Kho Jao'. In English.. "I 'm Lost In Your Love...Now You Also GET LOST."
  48. 1 point
    harsharan000

    Just For A Laugh...

    I love you Teacher: Batao "I love you" ka avishkar kis desh main hua? Student: China main, Sir Teacher: woh kaise? Student: Ismein saree chinese qualities hain Na koee guarantee, na koee warranty Chaley, ta chand tak Na chaley, ta shaam tak!!!!
  49. 1 point
    jaikaara

    Mirpur 1947 – The Untold Story

    i reccomend you to see 'tamas' it was a television serial of the 80's in india . It is available on google. It was based on the novel of Bhism Sahani , a communist so it would have some soft corner for muslims .
  50. 1 point
    jaikaara

    Mirpur 1947 – The Untold Story

    those days are the darkest days of human history ..unsung and unheard
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