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Glad To Be Back On SPN

Discussion in 'Essays on Sikhism' started by Gyani Jarnail Singh, Dec 20, 2008.

  1. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Gyani Jarnail Singh Malaysia
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    Jul 4, 2004
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    Guru Piayario Jio..
    waheguru ji ka khlasa waheguru ji ki fateh.

    Glad to be back on SPN after a refreshing holiday cum study tour of Gurdwaras in Punjab/India...and of course the Annual attendance at the IOSS Chandigarh...meeting with luminaries and academicians of the Panth, among them HS Virk who has posted several refreshing articles on SPN recently...... a guided tour of the day to day operations centre and printing plant of the Rozana Spokesman and its Management etc etc etc. 20-10-2008- 20-12-2008. Also visited the Takhats and Sikh Musueum at Khadoor sahib, the Tribune Offices Chandigarh, Sultanpur Lodhi Beautification Trust and various Samaaj Sudhar Organsiations.....
    Guru fateh to all and wishing everyone a Happy NEW YEAR 2009....may Guru Ji Bless us all.
    Gyani jarnail Singh
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  3. dalbirk

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    Giani Ji can u share ur observations regarding the future of Sikhism in Punajb , its present state & the steps being taken to arrest the slide & what needs to be done as everybody may agree that Sikhism's present condition is far from satisfactory ? U can reply privately also . My Email ID is dalbir1970@yahoo.co.in
  4. spnadmin

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    Jun 17, 2004
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    Altogether Gianni ji it sounds as if you had a powerful experience and times were uplifting. The rest of us can only imagine how great things were on so many levels.

    We are glad you have returned -- because the dialog is always missing something when you are not here to add your spirit to the discussion.

    Welcome back ji
  5. Astroboy

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    Jul 14, 2007
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    Welcome back to SPN Giani Ji.
    I was wondering whether I will get to see you in Seremban Samelan starting tomorrow.
  6. Aman Singh

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    Jun 1, 2004
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    Gyani Ji,

    As they say in India, Tudahi Badi Lambi Umar Hai Ji... Just today only i was thinking that you have not visited the network for a long time. Great to hear about your trip and that with waheguru's grace, you are in great health. :happy:

    We were missing you a big time!! :yes: I think there have been some topics which require your immediate input... Welcome Back!!
  7. pk70

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    Feb 25, 2008
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    Welcome back Gyani ji and happy new year. Kindly share your experience of Punjab visit.:)
  8. KulwantK

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    Oct 31, 2007
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    Sat Nam, Ji- we would all love to hear more of your experiences! Happy New Year!
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