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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    When circumstances demand sikhs by all means should use weapons, you sound like you haven't read dasam granth. 
    How do you know those hindus were innocent. You are blindly believing the government propaganda of the time which painted those hindus as innocent even though they may not be. 
    Kharkus are not terrorists. Period. 
    You have no idea of the circumstances of the time so you can shut up. Thank you. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    Yes, indeed. Even after our gurdwaras had been attacked and countless innocent Sikhs were killed we should have just sat there hoping the government would give us justice. 
    Stop having an opinion on something without having decent knowledge on the subject, beforehand. We did many protests, etc. before 1984 but then Operation Blue Star happened. Operation Woodrose later took place. All options were exhausted, weapons were needed. 
    You saying that shows that you completely lack a brain. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    Veer ji, who knows what sort of government propaganda he's been reading. He's just ignoring the fact that operation Blue-star and operation Wood-rose even took place. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    If you didn't know there was a government organisation comprising of Hindus called the "Black Cats", they would go around killing Hindus and rampaging about villages disguised as Sikhs. 
    https://www.sikhfreedom.com/introduction-to-black-cats 
    "When the freedom movement of Khalistan was at the peak, the Indian government adopted many immoral and insincere policies to suppress the movement. One of such policies was to malign the reputation of the Sikh fighters by forming groups of goons and criminals and sending them to the homes of the Sikhs to carry out immoral activities in disguise of Sikh freedom fighters. Such groups were called “Black Cats”. The intent behind this was to turn the public against the Sikh movement, giving the police more freedom to hunt down Sikhs and kill them in large numbers. These policies were kept at highly secret level. The groups of criminals, dressed as Sikhs, would go to different villages, loot the public and dishonor women. Because of the increasing activities of the Cats the public became aware of these groups. Some reporters managed to get interviews of some of the Cats which greatly exposed the tyrant Indian government. At first the police denied the existence of such groups but as more and more evidence came forward the police had no choice but to tell the truth in which they felt no shame and openly made statements favoring these groups and their activities. "
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    Veer ji, who knows what sort of government propaganda he's been reading. He's just ignoring the fact that operation Blue-star and operation Wood-rose even took place. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Operation_Woodrose
    ""The main purpose of this Operation was to mop up all 20000 Amritdhari Sikhs, especially the young boys, from all villages of Punjab. During this mopping up operation the Army indiscrimi­nately picked up all Sikh boys and other Sikhs who had supported flowing beards and adorned Gatra, a small dag­ger, one of the five symbols prescribed by Guru Gobind Singh; It is preposterous that the Army branded in their official publication "Bat Cheet" all Amritdhari (Baptised)Sikhs as extremists and the Indian government led by Indira Gan-dhi had endorsed this grave disinformation spread by the blinded Army. Instead of asking the Army to keep their hands off the innocent Amritdhari Sikhs, the Indian gov­ernment framed draconian laws to facilitate the Army to carry out indiscriminate arrests of the Sikhs, young and old, alike."
    http://www.1984tribute.com/Encounters.php?id=9 
    http://www.1984tribute.com/Encounters.php?id=5
    http://www.1984tribute.com/Jhujaroo-Jeevani.php?id=14
    "The way Bhai Sahib was killed was the most brutal in present times. His fingers were cut tip by tip. His body was cut open, eyes gouged out but Bhai Sahib had just one word on his tongue, Waheguru. But this one word also irked the butcher Punjab police, so they cut off Bhai Sahib Ji's tongue. They thought they had stopped his simran, ended his love for his Guru, but fools didn't know that Brahmgiani Gursikhs don't need Body to do Simran. Their Surat is attached to Shabad all the time, and Bhai Sahib Ji's rom rom started saying Waheguru. At last after so much brutality, when Bhai Shaib Ji didn't give up and didn't tell police any secrets of Mission, Babbar Khalsa or whereabouts of fellow brothers, police shot him dead. Bhai Sahib's badly mutilated body was thrown in River Beas. They killed a person, but his Love, his memories, his sacrifice, his faith, his dedication still inspires and will inspire generations of Sikhs for centuries, who'll always remember Bhai Sahib was an Anokha (unique) Martyr of Sikh Panth. Bhai sahib was loved by all and he's still loved by all, irrespective of Jathebandis and Dals. His personality and jeevan was so great that all felt oneness with him."
     
     
    PARNAAM SHAHEEDA(N) NU _/|\_
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    "In the center of a busy Calcutta roundabout stands a 12-foot bronze statue of a celebrated freedom fighter, hanged by the British in 1909. The British called this man, and others in a violent nationalist movement trying to force the British from India, “gentleman terrorists” because of their education and high caste status."
    http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2018/01/historian-examines-indias-gentlemen-terrorists 
    Does struggling for freedom make these men terrorists? As you can clearly see the people of India viewed these men as freedom fighters, while the oppressive British government called them "gentleman terrorists". The kharkus were fighting for freedom under the regime of the Congress government, who called the kharkus "terrorists". Therefore, you are siding with the oppressive congress government of the time by calling kharkus "terrorists". 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    When circumstances demand sikhs by all means should use weapons, you sound like you haven't read dasam granth. 
    How do you know those hindus were innocent. You are blindly believing the government propaganda of the time which painted those hindus as innocent even though they may not be. 
    Kharkus are not terrorists. Period. 
    You have no idea of the circumstances of the time so you can shut up. Thank you. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    Yes, indeed. Even after our gurdwaras had been attacked and countless innocent Sikhs were killed we should have just sat there hoping the government would give us justice. 
    Stop having an opinion on something without having decent knowledge on the subject, beforehand. We did many protests, etc. before 1984 but then Operation Blue Star happened. Operation Woodrose later took place. All options were exhausted, weapons were needed. 
    You saying that shows that you completely lack a brain. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Anti-Sikh Propaganda on Wikipedia   
    If you didn't know there was a government organisation comprising of Hindus called the "Black Cats", they would go around killing Hindus and rampaging about villages disguised as Sikhs. 
    https://www.sikhfreedom.com/introduction-to-black-cats 
    "When the freedom movement of Khalistan was at the peak, the Indian government adopted many immoral and insincere policies to suppress the movement. One of such policies was to malign the reputation of the Sikh fighters by forming groups of goons and criminals and sending them to the homes of the Sikhs to carry out immoral activities in disguise of Sikh freedom fighters. Such groups were called “Black Cats”. The intent behind this was to turn the public against the Sikh movement, giving the police more freedom to hunt down Sikhs and kill them in large numbers. These policies were kept at highly secret level. The groups of criminals, dressed as Sikhs, would go to different villages, loot the public and dishonor women. Because of the increasing activities of the Cats the public became aware of these groups. Some reporters managed to get interviews of some of the Cats which greatly exposed the tyrant Indian government. At first the police denied the existence of such groups but as more and more evidence came forward the police had no choice but to tell the truth in which they felt no shame and openly made statements favoring these groups and their activities. "
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Kaur1510 in Meditation - My Experiance, Am I Allowed To Share?   
    Just had an amazing experience. I was just laying down and heard my pulse but also found myself chanting "vahe-guru" with each heart beat. I tried to see if I was making up things so I tried to stop it but it didn't stop. It just kept going. My body was completely still like one in deep sleep to the point I thought I wasn't even in my body anymore. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Meditation - My Experiance, Am I Allowed To Share?   
    Try this thread, it has some great techniques.  
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Sikh Girl That 'converted' To Islam And Involved In Anti Sikh Propaganda   
    Kudos to Mohan Singh. Good on him. That's what we need. Labelling it as a "taboo subject" doesn't cut it. It just goes back to whole primitive culture thing. There is a time and place for everything, right now we must put culture behind us and do what's best. These girls need support we really do need to stand up for ourselves. To be frank, parents do play a big role. As we know, often times they are unwilling to understand and approach any problem in an effective way whether it be mental illness or something as serious as sexual grooming. It's extremely disheartening to say the least. 
    Of course the mussies are going to say "there isn't any evudence". Everyone is afraid to face the situation. These muslims have mastered the art of exploiting us for our weakness and it's rather pitiful that we are still not willing to learn from it. To let go of our culture for the sake of combating this issue. I can see it from both sides (i.e. the parents saying "you really couldn't do anything" whilst also understanding the girl was helpless, by the time she found out what was going on it was too late). The parents are not willing to understand it from her perspective nor support her, whilst the woman is considering herself the victim but she was young and naive. Parents do really need to talk to their girls about such things. They have to be told the reality of such a situation. Awareness is key. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in An Idea for Change   
    Well, i was thinking android or apple. I'm not really experienced in this department. Would making a website or a facebook page be easier, you reckon. I'm still trying to refine my ideas. Any suggestions are welcomed. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in An Idea for Change   
    I watched a video posted by dalsingh regarding sexual grooming. I never realised how big of an issue it truly was sure I'd heard about it but that video really touched me. I realised it is time to speak up. We cannot sit here all hush whilst our women are being groomed! 
    I want to create an app which will help abused sikh girls to share their stories. I believe it will help them connect with each other, empathise and realise they are not alone. Support is lacking within our community. This app will give these girls a chance to tell their story without shame as they can do so anonymously. I chose the format of an app as it will be easy to access for all and they won't have to disclose their identities, if they don't want to. 
    The only problem, however, is I do not know how to make an app. It would be great if someone could help me. If you know anything about creating apps let me know. Something is better than nothing and we absolutely NEED to do something! 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Sikh Girl That 'converted' To Islam And Involved In Anti Sikh Propaganda   
    Kudos to Mohan Singh. Good on him. That's what we need. Labelling it as a "taboo subject" doesn't cut it. It just goes back to whole primitive culture thing. There is a time and place for everything, right now we must put culture behind us and do what's best. These girls need support we really do need to stand up for ourselves. To be frank, parents do play a big role. As we know, often times they are unwilling to understand and approach any problem in an effective way whether it be mental illness or something as serious as sexual grooming. It's extremely disheartening to say the least. 
    Of course the mussies are going to say "there isn't any evudence". Everyone is afraid to face the situation. These muslims have mastered the art of exploiting us for our weakness and it's rather pitiful that we are still not willing to learn from it. To let go of our culture for the sake of combating this issue. I can see it from both sides (i.e. the parents saying "you really couldn't do anything" whilst also understanding the girl was helpless, by the time she found out what was going on it was too late). The parents are not willing to understand it from her perspective nor support her, whilst the woman is considering herself the victim but she was young and naive. Parents do really need to talk to their girls about such things. They have to be told the reality of such a situation. Awareness is key. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Jageera in Gurdwara aeroplane offerering   
    Well, to be frank I feel pity for these people. I think we might need to spread the essence of sikhi to these communities. It is rather sad to see ourselves in such a state. I don't really see it as their fault, rather it is the weakness of our community. The committees or whatever should really look to helping these people, but that's like hoping for a miracle.
    I feel, among our people we generally tend envy the success of others, rather than focusing on our own lives. Some pendus are rather ambitious to go to Canada, Britain, etc. but the thing is they ignore the cons of it all. Just because so and so moved to Canada does not mean you yourself should too. It is an obsession among our people. In a way, I don't blame them as much because, as we know, the Indian government isn't really the best. But still, these people need help. They need education, employment and rehabilitation (drugs are a real issue). 
    We might call it embarrassing but it is our problem (as a community), as much as it is their's. 
    Yes, it seems like an act of desperation. It speaks a lot about the sorry state of punjab. Without good leadership there is only corruption. It is disheartening to say the least. The leaders are only in it for the money and fame but leadership is much more than that. It is about ensuring all citizens are protected, have their basic needs met, have opportunities and freedom, etc. That may be too much to expect. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from harsharan000 in What Is The Aim Of Krishna Consciousness   
    Their argument is that hercules is actually 'hari-kula-es' which means king of the hari kula, Krishna or something. Firstly, Hercules is the Roman version of Herakles or Heracles which means blessed by Hera (Greek goddess). So, yeah nah. Doesn't sound convincing. 
    Secondly, those two are completely different. These people publish massive articles on this but none of it is true. It's just propaganda that the gullible types that aren't really into ancient literature may fall for. 
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    tva prasad got a reaction from Soulfinder in Gurdwara aeroplane offerering   
    Well, to be frank I feel pity for these people. I think we might need to spread the essence of sikhi to these communities. It is rather sad to see ourselves in such a state. I don't really see it as their fault, rather it is the weakness of our community. The committees or whatever should really look to helping these people, but that's like hoping for a miracle.
    I feel, among our people we generally tend envy the success of others, rather than focusing on our own lives. Some pendus are rather ambitious to go to Canada, Britain, etc. but the thing is they ignore the cons of it all. Just because so and so moved to Canada does not mean you yourself should too. It is an obsession among our people. In a way, I don't blame them as much because, as we know, the Indian government isn't really the best. But still, these people need help. They need education, employment and rehabilitation (drugs are a real issue). 
    We might call it embarrassing but it is our problem (as a community), as much as it is their's. 
    Yes, it seems like an act of desperation. It speaks a lot about the sorry state of punjab. Without good leadership there is only corruption. It is disheartening to say the least. The leaders are only in it for the money and fame but leadership is much more than that. It is about ensuring all citizens are protected, have their basic needs met, have opportunities and freedom, etc. That may be too much to expect. 
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    tva prasad reacted to Soulfinder in Man Does Entire Akhand Paath in One Sitting 48 Hours   
    Saw this online today on social media and i was really happy reading this article as it is really rare to hear about such gurmukhs in todays kalyug
    http://dailysikhupdates.com/man-does-entire-akhand-paath-in-one-sitting-48-hours/?fbclid=IwAR2xIKvKbDt2HdrKYcjpF5Id_9rKGwjZ5YrRsYvGzVYwoQDF_ojmY4ul3Z4
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    tva prasad reacted to Soulfinder in Man Does Entire Akhand Paath in One Sitting 48 Hours   
    Saw this online today on social media and i was really happy reading this article as it is really rare to hear about such gurmukhs in todays kalyug
    http://dailysikhupdates.com/man-does-entire-akhand-paath-in-one-sitting-48-hours/?fbclid=IwAR2xIKvKbDt2HdrKYcjpF5Id_9rKGwjZ5YrRsYvGzVYwoQDF_ojmY4ul3Z4
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    tva prasad reacted to harsharan000 in What does the word Ram refers to in Guru Granth Sahib??   
    With Ram Nam, what Guru Jee wants to tell us, is, that the word Ram is used to describe the Creator, who is rameeya (permeated,omnipresent)  hua in all and everywhere, that is why He is called Ram,  thus obviously it does not refer to Sree Ram, the son of Dashrat and an incarnation of sree Vishnu Jee. 
    And as Nam is all pervading, thus Nam is the Ram or the Creator Lord.
    So to conclude, Nam is Ram(the all pervading), or if preferred, Ram the creator is Nam(for those who can not  grasp the idea of  what Nam is in reality).
    Nam a creative power, a highest state of Consciousness.
    To this Nam, we call it Shabad also, Sachee Bani, Amrit Bani, Dhur kee Bani, Waheguru, Akal Purukh, Satnam, Aad Sach...
    Stay blessed.
    SSA
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    tva prasad reacted to dalsingh101 in Panthic response to Government Report on so called Sikh Extremism   
    I struggle to talk about it, and many people were directly affected by events infinitely more than me. 
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    tva prasad reacted to harsharan000 in Turiya- Chauta Padh- Very Nice Article   
    SSA.
    Brother, though the question you ask is about realized souls, but according to Gurmat, that much I can tell you that, it is seen felt and realized by the soul, but not by its own merits, but  by the kirpa of Shabad Guru, who takes back, the surat dhun chela back to its Nijh Ghar, namely Sach Khand, the eternal abode of Waheguru Akal Purukh, for as we know the Bani says :  Nanak, Nam jahaaz hae, jinee chareeya se utareeya paar. Nam/Shabad is the Highest Consciousness, of which the jeev atma is a particle, just as a drop is to the Ocean. 
    The soul has factulties of seeing and hearing, beyond the mayavee realms, the soul having discarded all its perishable coverings, gains full consciousness of its true nature, and at all times in the company of Shabad Guru, it soars higher and higher, just as bullet shot from a gun, towards its source, its origin: Satnam. 
    Or let´s say in this way, the child soul, in the company of father Shabad Guru, holding his father´s finger, walks, sees and listens everything , while returning back home, and there it merges and bceomes the Ocean, Father itself, for there where He is, only He exists. No duality, only Oneness, the one of Satnam.
    Stay blessed.
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