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g_singh

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  1. This shabad by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, what does it actually mean? I know its a bir ras shabad, but not much else. Also where is this shabad written? I havent ever seen in it the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji.
  2. Gurfateh Ji! In reply to x_suman_x, Many people experienced these things in Baba Jis lifetime, first hand. My mums grandfather was one, whom would tell great stories of Baba Nand Singh Ji, amazing stuff. and u can find many others whom have experienced the glory of Baba Ji in such a way. Obviously many whom were alive at the time of Baba Ji have left this world, but the stories have passed down generations.
  3. What is the difference between Pad-ched and Lareevaar saroops? This may sound like a silly question, but i hear many people talkin about this, but i dont really know what it means, if someone could explain it all to me, id be very grateful! Gurfateh Ji!
  4. They were in Karamsar, Ilford for a few days. I loved there kirtan and katha, amazing.
  5. yeah was wicked! i was late so had 2 go upstairs and woch it on da screen, didnt get to take any photos
  6. "How the Sikhs lost their Kingdom" - Khushwant Singh. Its on Amazon. Its quite an interesting read about how the British defeated the Sikhs and the role of different people and groups in this. Its not too biased so it looks at the situation from different angles and stuff.
  7. Man i cant even download anything from the hub, it always says no slots available.
  8. On the High Road, half way in between Seven Kings Station and Ilford station (about a 5-10 minute walk from the town centre)
  9. wicked recordings, i was at the event and it was well good
  10. I presume both these shabads are from the Bani of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee, does anyone know where in the Bani of Guru Jee i can find these? Thanks
  11. "This is the directive of the Guru, that if the son of a Sikh shaves the head, His posterity shall be ruined, and if a shaven one becomes a Sikh, his descendants will flourish" Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee - Tankhah Nama Bhai Nand Lal Jee The above tells you how much Guru jee valued the rehat of keeping hair, how can those whom apparently love Guru Jee, ignore such an imporant message of Guru Jee? Keeping hair is such a simple thing! People just long it up cos they dont have faith in Guru jee.
  12. Yeah Vishkarma pooja is mainly done at home from what I have seen here in the UK. My uncles do it every year and usually take a day off from work on the occasian, and they spent most of their younger days in East Africa.
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