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  1. Also some nice links in this thread: yeh so do I, I just love it!
  2. Just posting this up to make it easier for sikhs to find out about how we are meant to celebrate Navratri and Dusshera. There is actually something similar for Diwali as well where Dasvin 10th Patshah actually uses the word 'Diwali'! Hopefully I will find it before Diwali. https://www.facebook.com/652447751445011/photos/navratri-and-dushera-are-days-to-do-shastra-puja-the-nine-nights-of-naurate-star/995158367173946/ The nine nights of Naurate, started this year on October 12th, and go to the 22th. The tenth d
  3. Nice video, just worried about Instagran (bottom right corner)
  4. since this thread has been brought back.. I am wondering the importance of khanday dee pahul for Nirmalay The original 5 Nirmala sikhs were Singhs right, but were exempt from some rehit such as shastar due to the circumstances? However, we are no longer in those circumstances, so do Nirmala Singhs keep some shastar rehit, such as keeping the basic kirpaan? I read about a historical incident where some Nirmala Singhs got beaten up by Nihangs, because these Nirmalay weren't wearing their kakkars. Also can someone join Nirmalas without taking Khanday dee Pahul, or would som
  5. there is a huge musical tradition in sikhi. follow this channel to watch some videos: https://www.youtube.com/theMardanaProject also follow these channels to find out about more sikh traditions and books available: https://www.youtube.com/c/AmardeepSinghSingapore/videos (especially good to see sikh traditions outside punjab) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxBL1NDvSTanpwGQbRAkQlA (a lot of history discussed and more books referenced)
  6. yeh looks good, streamlined, and easier to see links!
  7. you posted on a thread which was last commented in 2003. Probably none of the posters on that thread are active now in 2020. What was the point? By resurrecting the thread you have probably shot yourself in the foot, and very well new criticisms and discussions can take place. You have only yourself to blame. Maybe I should thank you as I actually got to read more about the destructive stuff that Darshan Dass did in the previous century!
  8. still join your local gurdwara matrimonials
  9. unsure why your link goes to a different news story. just trying to post the link again: https://www.timesnownews.com/india/article/shaurya-chakra-and-commanding-officer-of-rafale-s-elite-17-squadron-who-is-group-captain-harkirat-singh/628878#:~:text=Shaurya Chakra and Commanding Officer,India News
  10. Definitely look at redesigning the layout. I think the button links on the top that include Nanak Naam and sikhi in snippets, they need to stand out a bit more - maybe change the colours of the buttons slightly so they are more visible. Also the number of sections or Forums could be overwhelming for some, so maybe make this front section more compact so they can be viewed more easily. Also when we are scrolling through a thread, I think we can make this section more compact. Although being wide allows more information per line, I really think it will be a good idea to compact th
  11. that resentment shouldn't be there, the sacrifices should benefit everyone. Just as sikhs sacrificed in the past. The copycat slogans make them more recognisable. I remember muslims used to use #FreePalestine and we could easily use something like #FreePunjab Although we could come up with our own like #sikhs4justuce or #sikhs1984
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