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GillAUS

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  1. There are a few available, just run a search from the App Store for "Sikh" - there should be a few results. I downloaded one called "Gurbani Anywhere" which contains Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Sri Dasam Granth and Bhai Gurdas Vaaran. It seems to be a pretty good app! I'm not sure re. Blackberry though.
  2. Man, I feel sorry for those kids.. They are the undeserving victims of this sick practice. I can't believe there were people that actually dismissed the medical evidence. I would hate to be a Paki in the UK right now. I don't know what's worse, being called a terrorist or a cousin-shagger (or p*nch*de )
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-LEEQXzmQA <-- Doco re. the cyclic notion of time, i.e. the yugas such as satyug etc.

  4. Does anyone have any more information on what the Dusshera Mahatam Granth is?
  5. Complacency and contentment is what went wrong bro - the truth is that many of our lot are living far more comfortable lives than our forefathers did, hence we have gone from being ferocious lions/tigers who had to fight to get everything, to lazy Garfield-like pussy cats. I can't remember where I read it, but there is a quote from a book or report that states that in times of war and crisis, the numbers of Sikhs always increase.
  6. Well yes, that's basically also what I was trying to say. I think that Guru Ji is showing that these 'devtas' are just actually humans who may have achieved some certain good deeds. However, on the same token, they are also not infallible and as such, susceptible to maya and God's hukam just like everyone else.
  7. In regards to the devis/devtas, I am of the opinion that Guru Ji has humanised these individuals to show that they are under Akaal Purakh's Hukam and as such, are in fact not 'devis' and 'devtas' at all. As for the fact in regards to whether or not they are merely historical or mythological - can't they be both? Like what brother Kaljug mentioned, sometimes history can become mythologised (Is that a word? I'm not sure lol). As such, if we take them to be historical figures, it would not be absurd at all. Additionally, we need to see such figures as not being 'Hindu' but rather part of
  8. Great, now we have something in common with the Catholics I sincerely hope this is not true, however given the age we live in, anything is possible.
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