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Shastar in front of SGGSJ

Author: nitn3m

Date: 05-15-07 05:06

Why do we place Shastars in front of SGGSJ?

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Re: Shastar in front of SGGSJ

Author: Khalsaspirit

Date: 05-15-07 09:16

Waheguru ji ka khalsa

Waheguru ji ki fateh

Khalsa jio,

So that they can be easily available to those Sikhs who needs to attack other Sikhs in Gurudwara Sahib.

Guru Mehar Karay

Waheguru ji ka khalsa

Waheguru ji ki fateh

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Well Shastar is another form of Guru. We lower our heads at the Guru's feet, the Shastarah are usually arranged in a way to make it look like a lotus flower.

The way nitn3m has made it out is that if a Sikh "acts wrongly" then shastar is there for taking out that other Sikh?! I dont know?

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Well Shastar is another form of Guru. We lower our heads at the Guru's feet, the Shastarah are usually arranged in a way to make it look like a lotus flower.

The way nitn3m has made it out is that if a Sikh "acts wrongly" then shastar is there for taking out that other Sikh?! I dont know?

It was a joke! :roll:

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This forum is funny, when you post something serious, the jokes don't stop, try and post something humorous and people turn serious!

As we are on a serious vibe, I like veer Kam's answer, but I think more practically, the shastar probably represent the armoury of the Gur-ghar, for the defence of the Guru Ji, sangat and Gurdwara.

I thought the original response was pretty funny (ironically)!

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