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  1. As another poster said, he is also saying Satguru Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is not Guru, that they did not receive Gurgaddi.
  2. And what use is that when he holds the utmost heretical views? This old man has more than a few screws loose. While his analysis on the Charitrs may be good (I haven't seen it), it is of little use when when twists the rest Gurmat and Gurbani. He has come out with some ridiculous things in the past vis a vis Gurbani. Please watch this video where he insults Satguru Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaaj:
  3. Would hardly take this old man as a source of credible information. He masquerades as a Nihang when in actual fact he is no different than missionaries. He is just a missionary who believes in Dasam Granth (but twists even that). He has a record of rank koorh prachaar.
  4. I am looking for the contact details of any Namdhari Raag Kirtan Jatha's in the UK who are available for private booking. Contact details for any of their local Asthaans will also be appreciated. Please send me a PM with any information. Dhanvaad Ji. Gurbar Akaal!
  5. MrDoaba

    Dhadrianwala Vs Great Sikhs

    As opposed to you practically bumming the guy. Seems like you are desperate for Dhandri's dandi. Isn't his chela in the west a sexual deviant? Didn't he start mouth to mouth simran under the guidance of Ranjit Singh Dhandrianwala? Didn't Ranj shit himself recently? Like actually shite Dhan Baba Dhumma Ji? No? Never say never? Gurbar Akaal!
  6. I don't think your rock star baba would approve of it tbh.
  7. MrDoaba

    Dhadrianwala Vs Great Sikhs

    You must be having a phacking laugh. Divans are not supposed to be like rock concerts. I know another preacher who had rock concerts Divans...what was his name? OH YEAH RAM RAHIM. The two have a lot in common actually...their arsehole seems to be where their mouths are. Gurbar Akaal!
  8. MrDoaba

    Dhadrianwala Vs Great Sikhs

    I can answer all these for you: Gurbar Akaal!
  9. You forgot the Sihari on the end of Bhagat
  10. There are two different versions. One is Buddha Dal and the one you want is the Hazoori version. You can find in here: http://www.rajkaregakhalsa.net/downloads/Gurbani/Das-Granthi-Pothi.pdf
  11. Why have you quoted me? Bhagat is the one who said the Paathi in the video isn't pronouncing the Siharis (cus he has no idea what a Sihari is) I don't really care what he did or didn't say on how Sihari should be pronounced. Santhiya ta kade layi ne ohne, hun saare Sampardavan naalon jaade jaan da ah. You try saying "Gurprashadi" in Santhiya and dekhi je salotar bajj da ja nahi.
  12. Okay that's good, keep practicing it until you get it right. Your Ustaad, when you get a proper one, will stop you many times. I know which Siharis you are talking about, but thanks for the clarification. Your ears are untrained to hear the Paathi's pronunciation because you are making up rules out of thin air. He is pronouncing all the Matre as they should be...you just don't know what sound they make. All your comments about personal preference and dialect don't mean jack. Colloquial Punjabi and Gurbani Uchaaran are two different things. If you spoke to ten different Ustaads they would all give you the same answer with small variations, nothing as wild as you are suggesting. When you write Aadi, the transliteration would be read and pronounced as Aadee - ਆਦੀ...like how we read Swami. This is incorrect. It's Aad-e(h) or Aad-ay. And don't bother explaining what you think Bihari and Sihari sound like because everything you have said so far, is incorrect according to the standards of Gurmukhi rules. You also seem to be mistaking the grammar rules of Gurmukhi with those for Devanagari. In Devanagari the Sihari and Bihari (or whatever they are called) are used interchangeably at times. Other vowels also sound different. The rules for Gurbani pronunciation are distinct. For example: In Devanagari मंगल मूरति would be written and pronounced ਮੰਗਲ ਮੂਰਤੀ in Gurmukhi, not ਮੰਗਲ ਮੂਰਤਿ. This does not mean that ਮੂਰਤਿ is pronounced like ਮੂਰਤੀ or vice versa. They are distinct sounds...Gurbani has distinct sounds and pronunciation. Another example: In Devanagari सति is pronounced ਸਤੀ in Gurmukhi, however, it can also be written सती in Devanagari but still have the same meaning. If I wrote ਸਤਿ, not only would it sound different to सति/सती, it also has a different meaning. Either way, the sounds/rules of Gurmukhi and Devanagari are different even if they behave somewhat similarly...they are different Lippi's after all. One can write out a line of Gurbani but cannot expect to write it out with the exact corresponding characters as Devanagari. One would have to make changes to replicate the sounds. I mean tbh, no one has agreed with anything that you've said...you are literally making up your own rules, and still going against the accepted rules when you have been corrected continuously. Forgive me for saying but if you were ever to spend time with proper Gyaani Dhyaani Gursikhs, the lessons in Nimrata you learn would hit you like a ton of bricks, and your hankaar would break as if an earthquake has taken place. Maharaaj tenu buddhi bakshan.
  13. Please point out some examples of where he isn't pronouncing the Siharis. In fact most would say he is pronouncing them very clearly. Do you even know what sound a Sihari makes? You need to do your Muhaarni bro, pher tenu patta lagu. Actually, have you/do you ever practice your Muhaarni?
  14. MrDoaba

    Havan (Fire Ritual) Maryada

    Haanji beere, I'm aware. I just explained in English to make the comparison between this Maryada and Havan.
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