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  1. In fact after reading the text. It doesn't mention the creation of Nitnem or anything. It mentions that he altered Gurbani. Guys please put your input into this and if you can please cite sources aswell.
  2. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh I found this http://sikhinstitute.org/sgpp_ful_vol_2.pdf however it doesn't mention what type of modifications or alterations he made any further help would be of great help
  3. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh A simple question. Who compiled the Nitnem. Who decided which banis to take and why specially those banis? i have always heard from people that it was Bhai Mani Singh who compiled Nitnem and because he did this act of separating bani from Siri SatGuru Granth Sahib Ji, SatGuru Gobind Singh Ji told him he will meet his fate in a similar fashion. But I have been searching online for some sort of reference for this story and I can't find any. Also I can't find any source about who complied Nitnem banis. I am asking because we were discussing in our group and this topic came up. Hope someone here can help waheguru Ji ka Khalsa waheguru Ji Ji fateh
  4. just straws bruh, just straws....you opening a stable????
  5. NEWSFLASH - panth is already broken (long topic) Who will enforce this Maryada? What does the Sikh Rehit say on this? problem with the maryada card is you will get loads of so called two penny scholars, (basically anybody who can hold a pen) saying "oh yes but, according to the records found in the british library, there was a witness, blah blah blah".... This really is a non-issue. What you should be saying is it necessary for Gurdwaras to have multiple akhand paaths starting simultaneously, i.e. 10 akhand paaths at the same time, or 20, etc. I think you are making a issue out of nothing here, there are plenty more pressing topics which should be concentrated on, that are being ignored.
  6. Muslims have a thing about breeding like rabbits, if we can't convert you, we will breed you out.... I feel sorry for their wives (sisters)...
  7. You would get them to do couple of hours each, I think the ddt 5 singh recommendation is the minimum, as anything less than that it would get tiresome
  8. I don't know of all gurdwaras should adopt this policy, as they are doing what they feel is right. As for practicality, isn't it better to have more people doing Akhand Paath Sahib than a few? What panth will be split? As for making sangat aware, I think they need to be made aware of more pressing matters, than 25 singhs doing akhand paath sahib. I agree with your opinion, more parchaar should be done by explaining Gurbani to sangat, not just the juicy parts which make people emotional so that they part with their money. I believe the sangat want to participate, but however, there is lack of education being given in all gurdwaras, right upto the holiest of holy, Harimander Sahib, Hazoor Sahib, etc. There is a myth that you have to be a Gyani or a Raagi to do this seva, i.e. somebody from joe public can't do it. Its better to have more people doing Akhand Path sahib, as if a few people do the seva, then there is a problem of tiredness, etc, concentration, etc.
  9. If you are referring to Mr Bhangal not giving two hoots about his clients, then you are right. Ever been down to his office in Southall. Its a mini Royal Mint. Didn't he win an award for "helping" his fellow punjabis??
  10. You can try getting in touch with the editor who published the article for details. However, when it comes to donation, I personally prefer to give them in person. brilliant story.
  11. Looking for some Vaheguru Naam simran with a heavy table beat to it....can anyone help???

  12. I can't comment on the narrow-mindedness of the presenters, however it does raise questions for the Sikh Nation, re - Heritage, etc, history, etc. I will send Sikh Channel another email..
  13. It was ok, didn't really do anything for me though...but thats me..lol
  14. Yup, Ganesh is asked to bless the occasion, just like Sikhs do an Akhand Paath, although its not necessary in my personal opinion, as just love for Vaheguru should be sufficient enough. But we are humans and we all have our failings, doubts. In Snatan Dharam (Hinduism), there is a lot of "personalisation" of God, you can see this in the humanisation of the the murtis of what they think/believe God to be. Asking for blessing is a good thing and should be done, as for the ceremonies, its good too, as it gets the family together. To be honest, I wouldn't look too much into it. I am not surprised at these so called "sakhis". Honestly, I don't believe it, remember this is my personal opinion and belief, I am not a socalled book scholar, just a practical & realistic guy. Yes and No, its like tracing the roots of Folk Songs. I believe some of these rituals are more cultural, i.e. tribal. I agree, its not really worth looking into, however knowledge which educates and clears and misconceptions is always good. I find it to be the opposite. I find the Hindus get into a huffy puffy about the Sikhs, especially when they say they are not part of the so called "Hindu brotherhood". From my experience, its always the Hindus (and muslims) who can't handle that the Sikhs are an independant nation. They always use the "yeah but guru nanak was born into a hindu family"...this is when the party starts. here is a link, there is plenty of info on-line, have you tried using google/bing???? http://en.wikipedia....ding_traditions
  15. Thats subjective and maybe in a another thread life..lol Thats just brilliant. lol, I was getting all geared up to read "your story" of how you "found god"...lol
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