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Wedding langar

Discussion in 'New to Gurdwara' started by raj008, May 6, 2013.

  1. raj008

    raj008 United States
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    Dec 4, 2010
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    As some of you know, i'm getting married soon. Now at the langar, I wanted to myself along with 2-3 other family members serve all guests. I was discussing this with the babaji at the gurdwara and he didn't like the idea stating that nobody from our party can do that. Is this something against sikhism? What do you guys think of the idea? I just feel nice if I was able to do this - basically serve all my guests and thank them for coming. I'll just have to make sure i don't get any food on my sherwani

    Your thoughts?
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  3. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Gyani Jarnail Singh Malaysia
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    YES you CAN and YOU SHOULD. The "babaji" is weird. There is NOTHING against Sikhi or Gurmatt in your idea. GO FOR IT..and Make it Memorable for all..
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