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  1. maybe because they didn't want the muslims to say that we are a part of their relgion huna. Becasuse as we know, back in the day, no muslim was allowed to marry a non-muslim. Thus, if Guru Ji married a muslim, it meant he was muslim as well. But we know he wasn't. But the muslims might use this information to say that we are another part of islam, and not a seperate religion.
  2. HE HAD A MUSLIM LADY AS A WIFE:| *shocked*
  3. wjkk wjkf sag_roti you said that "However because of him thousands died" Is this really true? Was it REALLY because of Sant Jarnail Singh Ji that thousands of Singh Soorme died? Sant Ji was on a mission, a mission to unite the Sikhs around the world so that all would be free from Nashay and from this world and to unite with Waheguru Ji. Like every human on the planet, we all have been given a brain to think for ourselves and do do what we want. Is that not correct? Thus, all those Young Sikhs who joined Sant Ji did so out of their own free will. He never forced anyone to "join" with him. He spoke the truth and that's what led them to join him. It was out of their personal choice. They knew they were going to be shaheed, it wasn't because of Sant Ji, but it was because of their own free will. Thus, I disagree with you saying that Because of him thousands died, when in fact, it was their choice. Also, as you may know, the singhs who fought on Operation Bluestar didn't retreat or surrender, (even though a few did) they fought back. Why? Out of their own free will, they willingness to die for the Khalsa Panth and become Shaheeds. Not because of Sant Ji. wjkk wjkf
  4. lol, i dont think it really matters where you're from, does it?
  5. wjkk wjkf bhai jaspal singh zakhmi was freedom fighter during and after the '84 attack. I don't know a lot about him, but they say he was a coward and didn't do anything like kill any oppressor or anything. That's all I know. Bhul Chuk Mafkar wjkk wjkf
  6. never mind, i found out what Dalai Lama means. this is the link if you want to read the whole article, its not long i just took what i thought was the main part. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalai_Lama The Dalai Lama "In Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lamas are a sequence of leaders, since 1391, from the Gelug (dge lugs) school. Between the 17th century and 1959, each Dalai Lama was the most powerful political leader in Tibet, controlling a large portion of the country from their capital at Lhasa. The current 14th Dalai Lama is also a respected Tibetan Buddhist religious leader, and figure head of the International Tibet Independence Movement; in English, his followers and many others use "His Holiness" (or HH) as a prefix in his title. The Dalai Lamas, however, never had authority over every region of Tibet nor over the other sects of Tibetan Buddhism."
  7. the Dalai Lama is supposed to be the incarnation of Buddha the Enlightened One.
  8. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, lol. excuse me then, ill say think you to Pheena Ji for pasting that wonderful post and i say excellnt job to Osho for his excellent article...lol...
  9. Pheena Bha Ji, that was an EXCELLENT post u just gave... wow... i dotn know what to say, and i totally agree with you... 100%
  10. But how can you realize something without understanding it first????
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