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depends.. where u go.. as each institute has their own way of respecting maharaj, some treat maharaj as a king in his darbar.. and hence only those who know the etiquet (or however you spell that) can do the seva

others have a more open policy where its more like maharaj chilling out in one of his chill out darbars, here the interaction with maharaj is less formal meaning anyone can do the seva.

Other places have totally different rules, Ravi das temples usually have mone doing akhand paath seva.

Some old institutes do not allow women to do akhand paath seva on tabia however do not restrict them from reading bani in their own homes just not on the public tabia.

So it all depends on where maharaj is

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"Some old institutes do not allow women to do akhand paath seva on tabia however do not restrict them from reading bani in their own homes just not on the public tabia. "

why is that?

There is this gurdwara in malaysia that practices this rule.

isn't this discrimination?, when in asa di war we are told that men and women weigh the same.

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