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Gurfateh orchids,

Yamdoots/Devdoots: Both are angel of death. Yamdoots take people who did bad deeds in their life and Devdoots take people who did good deeds in their life.

Dharamraj: Dharamraj is the dude who give your shakum sirrara(jiv atma) an decision whether you goin to narak(hell) or swaraga(heaven)

Please click on this link to have idea about life after death:

http://www.sikhawareness.com/sikhawareness...opic.php?t=1013

I hope that helps :D

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Gurfateh orchids,

Yamdoots/Devdoots: Both are angel of death. Yamdoots take people who did bad deeds in their life and Devdoots take people who did good deeds in their life.

Dharamraj: Dharamraj is the dude who give your shakum sirrara(jiv atma) an decision whether you goin to narak(hell) or swaraga(heaven)

Please click on this link to have idea about life after death:

http://www.sikhawareness.com/sikhawareness...opic.php?t=1013

I hope that helps :D

im confused i thought that if you were bad you come back as another life form?

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And also one more question, I would like to add to this discussion just to gain more knowledge. Are they male or female?

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LOL@ Dharamraj - a 'dude'

Orchid, have a read of a book called 'In Search of the True Guru' by Rama Singh (a dude who was Hindu and one day, stated getting visuals and as a result became a gursikh). Its in English, so its easy to understand.

Heres a quote from the book with regards to what he saw (death experience):

"I have had a personal experience of how a lustful person is tortured in that horrible nightmare. A person is first taken through a gate of fire and thrown into the pit of hell where the water is boiling all the time.

When the Soul reaches there, it repents for its evil deeds. There is no food or water served. On all 4 sides, one can hear the wailing of 'HAI, HAI' , if someone asks for water, he is first asked by the JAMDOOTS for which good deed done during his lifetime he should be given water. If he has none to his credit, then no water is given".

There are some images in the book that Bhai Rama saw, and more on this experience.

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another life form = narak..

I dont think being born as animal is something to be proud of .. because in animal reincarnation there is no power of "vichar"

Only human being has ability to do vichar and contemplate on naam simran.

Admin's query:

I think it depends, if you are female you will see female character and if you are male, you will male chracter as dharamraj.

According to my understanding on this subject...

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about heaven and hell

I think n3o singh means heaven-like and hellish circumstances in life, which can be experienced in different life forms

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and those who really repent are forgiven yes

those who repent and never re-offend, guru sahib gives them a chance to clean up their past karma

bhul chuk maaf karnaa jee

VaaheguroojeekaakhaalsaaVaaheguroojeekeefatheh!!!

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some people here don't seem to get it: heaven (svarg) and hell (narak) exist in SIkhi but they are not eternal. Some people like Kala Afghana say they do not exist in SIkhi: that's a lie. This is actually one of the reasons why he got condemned by Vedanti and all the traditional scholars!

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I was always led to beleive that heaven and hell are here on earth. I didnt think there was such a place in the afterlife. If so, then whats the point in us being here?? And doesnt that mean transmigration isnt a part of sikhi??

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Sikh_Fauge,

In Bhai Rama Singh Ji's book he explains hell a little bit (*depends on the situation or opinion of the individual?, who knows ). I've heard there are so many different types of hells and it all depends on the situation of the individual.

bhul chuk maaf

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Bhai Rama SIngh isn't the authority! Gurbani has plenty of mentions of other levels of reality!

Mod's Note: Edited- You don't decide which literature this site should have or which literature this site shouldn't have. Leave that to team pls.

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lalleshvari,

I was just giving an example. If you goto http://www.sikhitothemax.com and type in hell, you will see there are many references of hell.

Also Didn't Guru Gobind Singh Ji say whoever calls him God will burn in a pit in hell?

I guess there are no clear answers, we will only have to experience hell however it is. Yamdoots taking me away is hell enough for me, I'm gonna faint right there. :LOL:

Here are a couple posts probably worth checking out:

http://forums.waheguroo.com/index.php?act=...&t=1765&hl=hell

http://forums.waheguroo.com/index.php?act=...&t=1085&hl=hell

http://forums.waheguroo.com/index.php?act=...3&t=684&hl=hell

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The Gurus were intelligent enough to express a message without using unnecesessary artifices. If hell is mentioned it's because it exists although in sikhi we are not obsessed by it. You should love Akal Purakh not out of fear of hell but because you love to love Akal Purakh.

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