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2015-10-30 08:32:35 -0600 marked best answer 7th guru ?

the 7th guru Sri gutu har rai is the one guru we know least about. can anyone share the ithyass of the guru?



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2015-02-04 02:57:27 -0600 answered a question Is this true?

Waheguru has given us free will the evil karmas of man are only the product of there own karmas

Karma means actions

these are not blamable on god


2015-02-04 02:39:34 -0600 answered a question kesh issues

do an ardass to guru sahib that you wish to comb the nots out.


put oil in your kesh

do ishnaan in shower

and use both shampoo and conditioner, whilst your hair is in the shower comb it and all nots tend to come out. the force of the water gets all nots out.

if some knots come out then repeat the steps every day untill a substational amount have come out never cut your kesh.

We must comb our kesh twice a day


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2015-01-31 06:58:32 -0600 answered a question Can a sikh marry his cousin (if not directly related)

its not apropriate you are cousins

2015-01-28 02:46:13 -0600 answered a question Harnakash and Prehlada

we do belive in those avtars but they meen nothing.

waether narsingha was a manifestation of waheguru thats for you to decide. all granths refer to this event. the story is true.

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2015-01-20 02:48:48 -0600 answered a question how come sikh girls don't cover their full head?

not all are amritdhari mostly they cut there hair eat meat etc so in otehr words they are gentiles

2015-01-20 02:40:10 -0600 answered a question killing of animal at Hazur sahib ji


Jhatka practise is sikhi, sikhs have all become weak minded, guru gobind singh ji instituted jhatka as a rehat that must always take place, instead of slaughtering the animal in a cruel way it is killed fairly quickly with one stroke of the sword, bani is read (japji and Chandi di vaar) and on th elast lines of the bani the head of the animal is decapitataed.

the reason for jhatka is so that singhs could practise shastarvidya, it was important for the khalsa gto learn how to kill and behead there foes and it is for this reason that it was instituted. in the rehat name it says that any sikh that eat meat for its taste is comitting a sin. khalsa eat meat for its sustanace especially when they may fall ill due to vegeterianism, this meat lightly called or dubed as mahaprashaad is given to the poor and those who cant eat it amoungst the comunity.

the skin of the goat then helps make things like table and nagara, sarangi dilruba etc, and its bones used to make weapons, the rehat is that if an animal is to be eaten then all of body be used respectfully, if not its body is cremated.

another reason for jhatka is simple for the khalsa to see what death is it is very simple to be able to see it with your own eyes.

jhatka is the moral way, and has been practised for many centuries. its a science that allows the khalsa to be ever ready and has to take place by order of guru gobind singh ji at hazur sahib and the dals.

how do you think that we get the TABLA and the NAGARA etc

allot of things factor into jhatka it is very important. the belief is that the animals that have jhatka preformed on them are taken out of there life forms so its not seen as a death but a valid victory over death by the grace of the guru.

So the bibek system tell all sikhs that hey should be LACTO-VEGETERIANS and eat out of iron drinking only spring water, jhatka is the only institution that is allowed within the bibeki system if all of its laws are adhered to otherwise slaughtering if a goat for the purpose of taste satisfaction is a cror paap, just as having a bath tub full of warm water as a pointkess bath is a waste of water and recources all of which one will have to pay for in the end.

Remain vegeterian but dont point your nose up at meat or at jhatka its t here for a reason and we must open our minds to understand this practise.

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2015-01-19 19:00:31 -0600 answered a question I want to be a Namdhari

your theory can be dismantled in 2 secounds

dhan dhan kalgidhar patshai compiled adhi sri guru granth sahib ji all sikhs know this. he did so at damdama sahib, where he sent for baba deep singh ji and bhai mani singh to send more versions across india so each gurdwara could be with one, all with guru gobind singh jis seal of aprovle somthing that couldnt be forged by anyone.

in gurbani it says (bani hai guru guru hai bani) - the bani is the guru the guru is the bani so much so that no one can edit it.

what you suggest JAMES" is that guru gobind singh ji, decieved all the sikhs and instead of ascending into heaven at hazur sahib he lived till the age of 146 only to quielty pass on the gurgadhi to another man.

what foolishness!

at that time the sikh kingdom had began to be istablished the khalsa dalpanth had guru granth shaib ji with then ang sang everywhere.

it is to be known that guru granth shaib ji is guru and the guru khalsa panth

2015-01-15 09:48:38 -0600 answered a question Akhand Kirtani Jatha and Nihang

if you wish to be part of the unbroken khalsa from the time of guru gobind singh ji then join the nihang singhs.

if you feel agresive simran and doubting gurus banis along with ignorance towards many others is the path of sikhi then join the akj

its all up 2 u

2015-01-13 13:41:26 -0600 answered a question Alternative ways to talk to WaheGuru?






2015-01-09 18:08:05 -0600 answered a question Darshans of Gurus who have passed away


the gurus never passed away and never died they ascended, but they are ever present (AMAR)

having darshan of the guru is a blessing that you did recieve guru arjan dev ji came to you and fulfilled you minds wish, you wished to see the guru, and even wished to hear the word "ajao".

why would the guru refuse to be your guru and not tell you to come on the path of sikhi :) so come on the path of sikhi (avo ji)

2015-01-09 18:02:02 -0600 answered a question Cynicism and Family Life


show them love.

Gavin Singh.

2015-01-06 15:55:55 -0600 answered a question Fourth state of consciousness?

the answer is in your nitnem, look there or consult the guru

2015-01-03 07:07:45 -0600 answered a question combing out dead hairs. (kesh)

okay the way oif the khalsa is to cremate the kes, on does a suplimentry ardass and recites japji then cremates the kes. after the cremation the ashes are either places in running water or left.


2015-01-02 12:17:01 -0600 answered a question Kirpan by post

NO, it is perfectly fine to do so. gurfateh.

2014-12-26 05:50:04 -0600 answered a question Concept of Pantheism

pantheism is a thological belief in sikhi the word is nirankar ik oankar is another way of interpreting it. Pantheism is a belief system which posits that the divine – whether as a single God, number of gods, or other form of "cosmic animating force" – interpenetrates every part of the universe and extends, timelessly beyond it.

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2014-12-17 14:57:01 -0600 answered a question dreams of different religions and meeting the dead

going to gurdware and places of worship identifies that your soul ongs fro the pohysical and internal darshan of the lord both through somran and meditation and by going to the gurfwara somthing you are laking in, get up at amritwela and start doing japji and nitnem along with mool mantar and simran.

meeting those who are dead is a way that your mind physcologicly deals with the pain of loss.

do your nitnem and create a dicipline. take amrit etc

2014-12-17 14:51:45 -0600 answered a question 52 in Sikhism

Their are no key relations, guru gobind singh ji had many hukhamnamas the 52 are just soem of them at the first amrit sanchar many revived amrit, the panj piyare the panj mukte all of gurus house hold and many other great singhs and singhnis bab deep singh ji bhai mani singh ji and mai bhago are said to be examples.

52 princes including the guru = 53 and not forgetting all of human kind.

so that the whole number thing dissolved :)

2014-12-17 06:40:22 -0600 answered a question When did nitnem originate?...the gurus didn't say to do it...


nit daily nem rythm

Okay singh some of the things you are reading seem, to worry me, the gurus have specificly told us to do the nitnem as they orginate from them..... read all of the rehat maryadas and rehatname and see for your self.

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The History of the Nitnem Bāṇiā March 21, 2013 by Akali Dr Kamalroop Singh Nihang

The History of the Nitnem Bāṇiā

The short essay was written for a lecture at the Khalsa Jatha Gurdwara (Shepards Bush) on the Nitnem bāṇīā, which are also known as the Panj bāṇīā. These are the five liturgical Sikh prayers said in the ambrosial hours by pious Sikhs, and are also recited in the Khalsa initiation called khaṅḍe-ki-pāhul. I will conclude by offering an explanation to why the Panj bāṇiā are ‘mentioned’ very little in history.

Jap jī Sāhib

The Guru Granth Sahib is not a collection of random hymns (shabads), as it has a structure. Some scholars argue that this is like chapters in a book, with an introduction (the Jap jī Sāhib), various chapters based on the rāga, and a conclusion. This is one way of looking at it. In my own research and from the traditional teachings of saintly people (māhāpurukhs); the Guru Granth Sahib is actually structured in accordance with nature or kudrati, so one interpretation is that it is ordered like a tree. As we shall see we can also conclude this from some of the terminology employed.

As previously stated the Jap jī is the first composition of Guru Granth Sahib, it begins with the Mῡl mantra. This is translated as the ‘Root mantra’, and is the basis for Sikh theology or Gurmat, as every tree must have roots. Where do the roots come from? They must come from a seed. This ‘Bīja mantra’ or seed mantra, according to Bhai Mani Singh Shahīd in his Uthankā, or exegesis of Guru Granth Sahib, is Ik Oaṅkār Satināmu. Ik Oaṅkār is the monosyllable of shabad Brahman, the primordial shabad Guru or Uni-versal Creator. The etymology of this word, as denoted by the dash, can be found in English, Latin, and Greek; meaning One Verse, One Shabad, One Word (Universe). Many people interpret and translate Ik Oaṅkār to mean that ‘There is One God’, but ‘there is One God’ and ‘God is One’ are two different concepts. I would argue that it is the second non-dual concept, as argued by Mandair (2006). This is also due to the theological notions of God being Omnipresent and Omnipotent, where it could be that the word Omni could be related to the Sanskrit Oṃ. The tradition also views Oaṅ to mean the generating, organising, and destroying power of GOD.

As Ik Oaṅkār is a monosyllable this leaves us with the four syllables of Sa ti nā m, that God’s name or existence is true, which makes panch shabad, from which where the five elements of existence arise from. From this it develops into the Māhā ... (more)

2014-12-17 06:34:29 -0600 answered a question Labelling everyone Sikhs

everyone is equal and the same in the eyes of god. so either way continue saying what you want but everyone is a human being before anything else.

2014-12-17 06:33:00 -0600 answered a question I AM A COWARD - HELP ME FACE MY PARENTS

jao tau prem kilan ka chao sir dar talli ghali meri auo. if one wishes to play thi s game of love then step on this path with your head in your hand.

this quote is from ang:1412 of sri guru granth shaib ji

a famous saying from the martyrs in sikhi is sir jawe ta jawe mera sikhi sidakh na jawe. if my life is taken then let it be but my sikhi can never be taken from me.

another one from guru tegh bahadur when he gave his shaheedi is sir deya pay sirar na deeya. i have given my head but not my faith.

Most of all recite the chaupai sahib everyday which will give you strength to persist in the battle of life.


2014-12-17 06:23:16 -0600 answered a question Jesus resurrection?

Manpreet sikghnet is actrually incorrect on every level though i do not wish to create conflict.

it is perfectly alrite for anything to be resurrected within sikhi and sikhi spiritual scinece as their are many sighns of this happening. here are some of them.......

the amrit ceremony of 1699 where gur gibind singh ji beheaded the panj piyare and braught them back to life after stiching their heads back and bestowing them the amrit which made them beyound death. Most white sikhs have never heard this story or prefer the tent version because they are either week minded or do not have the capacity to visualise such miricles.

another is the miricle preformed by baba deep singh fighting with his severd head in his hand. baba gurditta and baba atal rai the sons of guru hargiobind sahib ji both resurrected beings from the dead baba attal rai resurrected his dead play mate, the story is on sikh net and baba gurditta resurected a buffalow. but knowing the laws of god they both gave thier lives to restore order in the universe.

so ressurection is in sikhi and is in mosr=t religions as waheguru can preofrm many miracles sikhi and science have no comunion as sceince in the manmat of the mind created from the mind not from waheguru.

all religions are one and we believe what has taken place before. Jesus rose by the grace of god just as many of the other miracles were preformed by the grace of the eternal one.

2014-12-17 06:07:24 -0600 answered a question God's home

if one wants to become a sewak in a gurdwara either being a preist or a kirtani onw can make a jhgata a group of others and work out parchar that they can do in the gurdwara. its very simple and all you need to do is organise it into the program.

2014-12-17 06:04:05 -0600 answered a question WOMAN + TURBAN

Firstly Bhagat singh,

please realise that you shouldnt genralise what you think a fact is and propogate it as the only reality. many women wear turbans and many men do aswell, though unlike women men do not have an option after taking the baptism as it is hukham from guru sahib. where as women can if they want to. there is much more in greater depth to the wjole reason behind this. but women do where turbans you just are not looking in the cvorrect place or you maybe be genralising non orthdox sikhs as the image of the khalsa which isnt true atall.

in other words just as their are faction in christianity who observe diffrent laws so are there in sikhi most sikhs today are like protestant christians observing the laws and rules that they wish when they wish, where as the orthodox groups like the nihgangs and takhsal observe the ways left by gur gobind singh intact and consequently many women where turbans as they except a stricter maryada that tells women to wear the turban.


rememeber to email me.

2014-12-17 05:55:06 -0600 answered a question Guru Gobind Singh Birthday

guru khalgidhars birthday is on the 5th of Januraray every year. not on the 22nd. usually prayers from dasam guru granth shaib ji are read and a complete reading of adhi sri guru granth shaib ji is done. you can do kirtan meditate or praise guru ji. go to the gurdwara etc. its all from the heart. gurfateh. ps email me as you have forgotten to recently.

2014-11-30 14:31:05 -0600 answered a question question about tona totka and about black magic

any asosiation with fake cults is prohibited in sikhi.

the cult of vadhbagh is forbidden and thus any asosiation of it can only bring you worst pain. stick to the sodhi if sodhis the sachepatshah kalgidhar.

and do the simran of kalgidhar. it goes like this.

Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Ji Dhan Khalghidhar Ji Dhan Sache Patshah Ji dhan waherguru waheguru waheguru ji

Bibji all you need is khalgidhar no one and nothing else. and so you know its ka and ki not da and di and it does make a difference as guru ji told ud to say fateh as ka and ki not da and di saying it the way you do brings bad energy and negative karma when we go against gurjis word.

waheguruji ka khalsa waheguruji ki fateh!

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2014-10-30 17:20:50 -0600 answered a question physical Heaven experiences...?


coming from your christain background i see that this may be an obstacle for you and your understanding. heaven is experienced in many ways, lets get to the root and core of what your really asking.... can heaven be experinced atall, Can you experince heaven, why do christians predomanantly ask this, their are numerous variations of the same question.

as gurbani dectates their are many heavenly realms and many realms of punishment, these are all physical, all real. the truth is heaven is beyound physicality nd beyound the experince of one who has died it is the perfect utopia an impossibility. when we come into this world we are blind through naam the truth is revealed heaven is somthing that is then experinced through life everyday.

now wehn talking about where the soul travels after the deteriation and dapature of the physcical body there are many realms japji sahib will answer this fro you.


through naam we merge with the craetor waheguru, all our paap is destroyed and the physical merging happens. so when that persons body dies they merge and escape the fate of punishment hell" and then transmigration-reincarnation.


the gurmat heavenly realm of truth where the reality recides this is the gurmat idea of heaven.


the city of immortals is a place where many saints choose to reside when chosen they can manifest at any time and help human kind. this the sufix of (amar) is added to their name eg: Jathedar baba hanuman singh amar shaheed.

your question

its up to akal purakh who experinces such revaltations they are important to those people.

2014-10-28 02:47:06 -0600 answered a question amrit vela

Panj Ishnaan

guru ji has given us panj ishnaan when we do not have time for a full ishnaan.

simply washing your 2 hands 2feet and face which adds up to 5 thats why its called 5 (panj) ishnaan and after you have done this then you can touch your gutka and do paath.

2014-10-28 02:42:50 -0600 answered a question Please answer this question. I beg of you

Negative perception

Okay lets cut the melodrama,

in the simple reality you will be breaking your 5 k rehat to partake in this job, therefore it is a no no sikhs should only where the kachera, that is the answer that was itself already in you, but you didnt like it and tried to see if there was yet another reality.

Now the option entirely boils down to your own morals eg: - "should i or should i not" put sikhi to shame and become a model.

Positive perception

i can sympathise with your dilema, If you can be a model with dignity and do it soley for the job and promoting sikhi then thats fine their are plenty of singhs that have come to light like the famous isngh in the next advert, the singh in the samsung advert etc......

if one preforms a task with up most dignity and for the sake of the job solely then no harm is done. if you where a kachera in your day to day life then their is no problem, and change from kachera to boxer according to the maryada of one leg in whilst another changes, with both head and shoulders covered.

in this way you have seen what and how the sikh world will perceive your actions now pic a path and appease your mind and heart.

2014-10-27 19:06:05 -0600 answered a question Gurdwara with electronic Guru Granth Sahib Ji?

no it is most incorrect for this to happen not only does it break ancient maryada it insults it

2014-10-27 19:01:38 -0600 answered a question Is it okay to find strangers online who are Sikhs, since it is far too hard to find Sangat?


Bhagat Singh

how are you, you havent messaged me or emailed me in a long time of course its okay sangat is beyound physical boundaries

2014-10-27 18:59:30 -0600 commented answer Why did Guru Gobind Singh give people bhang if the gurus are against drug use?

Satbachan babaji ! :)

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2014-10-26 04:26:39 -0600 answered a question Why did Guru Gobind Singh give people bhang if the gurus are against drug use?

wjkk wjkf,

your question is completley reasonable and understandable why did guru ji allow the use of (bhung).

Guruji allowed his khalsa to consume a drink before they went into batlle. this drink would numb the body so in the event of one of your limbs being hacked off one would still have the power to carry on and fight.

shaheedi tegh

it is not to be disrespectfully be called bhang or a drug for it is not an intoxinant but a holy concoction of many herbs and spices that we commonly use in our food and cooking but when combines create a perfect drink that helps with digestion and as we say (cools the insides) in this form the drink is reffered to as shardai.

shaheedi tegh is named so when the herb of canabis is used, now just because canabis is used does not make this bhang, (bhang is very different a drink made by indians in south asia to hnour and rever shiva) SHAHEEDI TEGH is very simple and causes no physical differences to the person who decides to drink it, but of course when one takes more then the prescribed amount they will go sky high but this vreaks maryada and is fround upon.


is the form of the drink that is commonly made every day without the canabis herb. it is said that the drink helps as an aid in meditation because it focusses the mind.


as sikhs we regard the drinks not as drinks but as Degh a sacrament given by the guru ti help us in certain situations.