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Controversial Pakhandi Babe - Kalyug da Bhanna

Discussion in 'Hard Talk' started by Hai_Bhi_Sach, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. Hai_Bhi_Sach

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    Thanks for posting the video.

    :eek:

    Why are people so gullible!! Whats wrong with them.?:confused:

    Oh my word!!!
     
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    :shock: Speechless :shock:

    It just makes you feel :}--}:

    People are blind!!! No-one is standing up!?! :shutup:

    What is happening??? :confused:

    Bhul chuk maaf
     
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    "Changa nau rekhayeke jass keerit jag leh,
    Je TISS nadar na aweyee ta baat na pushey ke"

    These people are the personified versions of "Kaam, Krodth, Lobh, Moh, Ahankaar". We out to learn a lesson from this. We cannot fight these people as their intoxication has gone to a different level.

    I am however disgusted by our religious institutions for promoting these VERMINS. But then again it is their fault, we are living through a period of Kalyug where Evil shall prosper.

    Ranjit Singh Dhadrian wala :}8-: - "Mend your ways. Bachhon ko aag se khelna nahi chahiaaa. The system works both ways. Neechon ooch and Oochon neech." You will be judged.:}--}:
     
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    Thats the problem with some Sikhs. Instead of recognising Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as our Guru, they rather follow "personalities". Do you think its because they cant be bothered to read from and try to learn from Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji? Laziness? Shouldnt they be asking a Gursikh for help if needed for gurbani vichaar etc etc.
     
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    I think it's a mixture of both. People don't understand the Guru Granth Sahib and don't want to ask for help. It amazes me when people can't even speak basic Punjabi, so how are they going understand Guru Granth Sahib?

    However, I have always said that Gurdwara's don't do enough. (Maybe it's just the one's local to me). They need to promote classes where the younger generation can learn the meanings of the Guru Granth Sahib. Moreso, teach the elder generation not do believe in these Baba's and other superstition.
     
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    Same here. I do not understand how people can not speak their own mother tongue!!! :confused:

    No , it's not just your local gurudwaras, many gurudwaras that I have been to (mainly in India) do not do preach much of the sikh religion. Sorry if I offend anyone in any way, but, through my eyes, I see gurudwaras used as places for people to 'get jobs nd get money'.

    I toatlly agree with you here. I go to a punjabi school which my family had set up in our local gurudwara and I find it so much more educational and enlightening than the Sunday programs held once every month.

    Bhul chuk maaf
     

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