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  1. Where can I find detailed information regarding Jassa Singh Ahluwalia rescuing 2200 Hindu girls in 1761? Any (near) contemporary sikh persian or english sources?
  2. From Bhai Randhir Singh Ji's book 'Anhad Shabd Dasam Duar' OPEN DISCUSSION OF UNSTRUCK ETHEREAL MUSIC AT TENTH DOOR OF ABODE DIVINE. CHAPTER 2 ‐ INDICATIONS OF DASAM DUAR OPENING A. Trickling of Amrit. B. Hearing of unstruck Ethereal Music, Anhad. The two indications of Dasam Duar opening are: First is the trickling of Amrit, extremely pure. Secondly the highly elating sound of Ethereal Music, so ecstatic, is heard. These two events of spiritual bliss are primary indications that are known to occur, seen
  3. Baat agam ki is a collection of discourses in Punjabi by Sant Isher Singh Ji Rara Sahib Wale discussing every aspect of Naam Simran and how to meet God. These are the English translations Discourses On The Beyond Part 1 Discourses On The Beyond Part 2 Discourses On The Beyond Part 3 Discourses On The Beyond Part 4 Discourses On The Beyond Part 5 Also below is the Punjabi version Baat Agam Ki 1 Baat Agam Ki 2 Baat Agam Ki 3 Baat Agam Ki 4 Baat Agam Ki 5 Baat Agam Ki 6 Baat Agam Ki 7
  4. http://www.gurukhoj.com/eBooks/SBNS eBook 06 Guide to SC.pdf Quotations from the Book: Ego is a big hindrance that does not allow our spiritual level to rise high. A person on the path of Spirituality falls when ‘I’ or ‘my’ comes into him. Guru Sahib Ji repeatedly cautions a Sikh to escape from this danger and also emphasises on the need to efface this ego. According to Bhai Gurdass Ji, a person only qualifies to be called a Gursikh if he lives his life above the pitfall of ego. The mind has become like a wild boar which repeatedly goes to other people’s farmland. Even if you tr
  5. Any information on baba ji like which sampardi they belong to and which gurdwara they do sewa at? This shows them doing katha but cant find any more info. https://youtu.be/dBIU2E6Biz0
  6. Sant Waryam Singh Ratwaara Sahib Darshan of Akaal Purakh Waheguru During Divan.. yes it has been put on this site multiple... times... Yes in fact I myself have made a thread about it... BUT it is too amazing not to bring up again! Audio in this one is cleaned and is the five minutes excerpt from "Sakhi Bhai Manj" where Sant Ji speaks of the darshan!
  7. What is your favorite recitation of Guru Granth Sahib Ji? I like this one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXoEAoRgx8k&list=PLSGC7GtoSGBHvSloG_39E7t3mT9VAJyVW&index=1 Also, what is the easiest to understand and read Steek, Teeka of Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaaran?
  8. when i try to message you it says The member N30 S!NGH cannot receive any new messages
  9. Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh Ji covers everything that has to do with Nam in his book. What is Nam? Who gives Nam? How to pratice Nam? Misconceptions about Nam? and many more questions that are answered You can download it from this link http://khalsaspirit.com/files/Naam_Tay_Naam_Daa_Daata_Satguru.pdf Someone on this forum had uploaded it? http://gurmatbibek.com/forum/read.php?3,33568
  10. I have been looking for this video forever to share with anyone who does simran. Bhia Sewa Singh Ji Tarmala answers so many hard question we have on how to do simran,how we came into this life,what is Waheguru,how to we meet him, what is maya, how to open dasam dwar and what jugtis to use. Bhai Sahib shares this knowledge from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji This is a must for anyone on spiritual path. It is over 4 hours long, you can click on the youtube channel to find this same video cut into smaller parts.
  11. My father-in-law passed in a tragic accident involving an 18-wheeler. He was dropping passenger(s) off at Newark airport when he slid on black ice from a previous sleet/snow storm. After the car came to a stop, my father in law checked on the passengers to make sure everyone was okay. After that he proceeded to exit the vehicle to put proper flags, caution lights, etc. out to warn any oncoming traffic. Keep in mind he lost control on an exit ramp leading to the airport. Within minutes, an 18-wheeler came barreling up and around the ramp. Losing control because of speed and other unknown reas
  12. I know there are couple of kathas of pandit ji online, but Pandit Ji mentions that he has debates muslims and other religions does anyone have any of those recorded or any other kathas.
  13. Did Banda Bahadur take Amrit Khanda da pahul? As our previous discussions ends off, we got to this disputed historical ideas comparing some of the non-orthodox claims by user Sher which claim Banda Bahadur was an aestheic guru himself who wasn't a khalsa sikh. Nor had Singh as his surname. Perhaps we can come to some solid conclusive evidence of him have Singh or not having Singh in his name. Or about his name being Gurbaksh Singh? Please see this for the previous conversation about this topic http://www.sikhawareness.com/index.php/topic/15215-does-the-9th-guru-profess-to-being-a-hindu
  14. Let me share with you the story of my friend who never lost hope and always inspired hope in me when I was down. This young Singh came from a tragic background in Delhi, when he was 6 years old his mother was forced to separate him from his grandmother and brought him to New-Zealand. Here the Singh grew up without any family support, the family robbed his parent dry of any money. Tragically they lost all they had in India. In New-Zealand a con man robbed his immediate family of their finances by offering them a fake job offer. The authorities refused to listen to them. Whenever they appli
  15. Just out of interest did the Akali Nihangs try ousting the corrupt sanataani elements which had overtaken darbar sahib back in those days?
  16. (Admin jee - can this be a sticky? Want max sangat to know about amrit sanchaar!) Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh University of Waterloo’s Sikh Student Association Cordially invites all of you to join us for the 20th anniversary of Waterloo's Youth Keertan Darbars on March 15 –17th, 2013 Programme: Friday (evening) Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm Program type: Akhand Keertan Location: Cambridge Gurughar (1401 Roseville Road) Saturday (morning) Time: 6:00am – 10:00am Program type: Asa Di Vaar Location: Local House (TBD) Saturday (evening) Time: 6:
  17. Sant Teja Singh Ji Birth and the Environment Niranjan Singh Mehta, who came to be known as Sant Teja Singh Ji later on, was born to mother Ram Kaur on 14 May, 1877 in village Balowali (Gujranwala Pakistan). His father Bhai Ralla Singh, was a medical doctor in Central Jail, Lahore. The grandfather of Sant Ji, named Bhai Nanak Chand Ji, was a very pious soul who used to provide food and other financial assistance to the poor and the downtrodden. On account of his generosity, he was popularly known as Nanak Shah. The maternal grandfather of Sant Ji, Bhai Bhag Singh Ji, was a Gursikh who used
  18. GPU, for Game-Playing Unit, is a biweekly magazine that focuses on graphics and all kinds of games, but also covers all tech in general. Written in whole by Darwesh Singh, a 15-year old, GPU is available on the iBookstore. Currently, it is only available for iPads and iPad 2s, not for the iPhone or any other device. He is hoping that it will expand as time goes on. Here is a link to the iTunes Store, where you can get a sneak peek at some of his magazines: http://itunes.apple....497289149?mt=11 Please note that the issues are all interactive, and at the beginning of each issue, the
  19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g822uRM3YLo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWSrH-UiunQ&feature=related
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