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  1. Dear All it is quite interesting that Guru ji referred to the Benares sangat. At same time Bhagat Kabir was from Benares or connection with that place. My opinion is the reason Bhagat Kabir "banned" fish as food cause He had probably seen those fishes eating human waste/ feces. People build their toilets on the river and may had ease their bowels directly into the Ganges.By consuming these fishes one will directly consumed the human feces (as muslim forbid eating or touching swines/dogs as muslim believes that pig/dog eat its own waste). Kabir ji may had some islamic influence on cleanliness
  2. to add on: with wooden kangha barefooted on grass or earth. One feel energetic (positive) thereafter.
  3. Appreciate if a synopsis or brief explanation is attached together with the video in future for the benefit of those who are 'busy' and for those who limited or cannot understand "deshi punjabi". thank you
  4. Well we never know what happen to the second stone. probably it hit his head and cause him a slow death?
  5. According to muslim calendar converter, 1676 is 1087hijrah and 29th Muharam is April 13. Thus the incident happen 5 months after Guru ji martyrdom ie 13 April 1676. About 153 days from Guruji martydom (11.11.1675 to 13.4.1676). An interesting analogy with Indira Gandhi's attacked on Harmandhar Sahib (1.6.1984) and her demise (31.10.1984) equal to 153 days.
  6. According to wikipedia, Aurangzed died 3.3.1707. Therefore the said incident cannot be in 1776.
  7. I heard this story about few months back during a kirtan samagam. The way the ragi explain the story was so emotional. Anyhow the version that I heard said that when she "passed away" and was left at the darbar where kirtan was being heard , it was Sri Dasmesh Pita who told her to take amrit. When she went to the gurdawara, the Gurdawara official refuse to give her amrit as they were not convinced with her story until she "threaten" that when she pass away and Sri Dasmesh pita asked why she have not taken the amrit, she will said that you asked me to take the great amrit but your khalsha re
  8. It is beuatiful. Any idea where the sword is now? is it with Jot Singh?
  9. Dear Paapimanji Can we have the continue of the above katha. Thank you.
  10. Shabad Guru surat Dhun Chela by Giani Sant Singh Maskeen at page 101 to page 102.
  11. What shall we do if the kachera do come out from both of the legs? Do we become a patit? Compare to the the said life story the Singh have the audience of the Santji to beg forgiveness. Therefore can we make our own supplication to Sri Guru ji for forgiveness and thereafter do some sewa?
  12. Do power of positive thinking , one must have mentally belief that he has cured without having any slight whatsoever doubt. Mind over matter or NLP. When approaching the bed you must not think about it at all eg do naam simran until sleep off ( for 21 days) .Otherwise if all the above methods recommended fails then according to an ancient rites for you to stop such act which is beyond your control then I recommended something extreme ... like wearing a red underwear before going to sleep.
  13. I agree with you here that the word "sant are mentions in Gurbani but I am making a reference to a person. Thus i doubt it that any Sikhs during the Gurudom period had refer to oneself as a Sant/saint. Otherwise that person have been mention in our Sikh history ('Sikhtory"). I agree with Guest here that in Gurbani, sant refer to one higher Self that have become SANT/ Shaant mind ( In my humble opinion). That Sant is currently is dormant within one self. Here the difference is our Sikhs' Guruji are referred always as "SRI GURU" and as you mention both Bhai Maharaj Singh and Baba Bir Singh Na
  14. During the reigns of Sikh Gurus for nearly 230 years ( the"Gurudom era") what I have came across that a person of highly religious person is referred to as Gurus, Sri Guru, Babas (eg Baba Buddha Sahib) and Bhais (from Bhai Mani Singh, the Punj Piaras etc) but never came across anybody being referred to as Sant/saint. A highly respected baba Buddha Sahib ji only be refered to as Babaji. Thus when did the word Sant/Saint started to creep into Sikhism? it look like it is 19-20century creation that was never a part of early Sikh history. In another word there were no sant during the Gurudom era. A
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