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  1. Dalvinder Singh Grewal

    News Evolution As Per Gurbani - A Comparative Study (In Punjabi)

    gurbwxI dy sMdrB ivc mwnv ivkws qy ivgws dw qulnwqmk AiDAn fw dlivMdr isMG gRyvwl fwierYktr BweI mhW isMG ieMjnIAirMg kwilj mukqsr iSRStI dw muK AsUl hY lgwqwr bdlI[iSRStI dI hr vsq hr jIv lgwqwr bdl irhw hY, kuJ vI hux Aijhw nhIN jo auh pihlW sI[ iesy leI kudrq ivc ieqnI ivlKxqw...
  2. Dalvinder Singh Grewal

    Origin Of Universe As Per SGGS - A Comparative Study With Other Religions And Science

    Origin of Universe - Recorded in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Compared with Other Religions and Science auqpiq prlau sbdy hovY ] sbdy hI iPir Epiq hovY ](m 3,117-8) (The universe originates from the Word (sabd) and assimilates with the Word. It again originates from the Word.). The...
  3. spnadmin

    Comparing The Khalsa Rehat: Damdami, Nihang, Nanaksar, AKJ And Singh Sabha Traditions

    Observing the Khalsa Rahit in North America: Some Issues and Trends Pashaura Singh From this source: Untitled Document RECENT controversy over the "correct" observance of the "Sikh Code of Conduct" (Rahit Maryada) has sparked a world-wide debate within the...
  4. Astroboy

    Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe

    At the request of respected NamJap ji, this thread was started to keep a spot to discuss how the Bhagats of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Maharaj understand the cycle of life and death. aad0002 Page 694, Line 8 ਬਹੁਤ ਜਨਮ ਬਿਛੁਰੇ ਥੇ ਮਾਧਉ ਇਹੁ ਜਨਮੁ ਤੁਮ੍ਹ੍ਹਾਰੇ ਲੇਖੇ ॥ Bahuṯ janam bicẖẖure the māḏẖa▫o ih...
  5. S

    Hinduism Creation - Comparative Indic Perspectives

    "You see when I learnt to drive (and maybe im alone on this) I didnt need the manual because I was first taught orally i.e through word." Vj ~ No you are not alone on this. You are just as brain-dead as other 6.5 billion people on this planet. Perhaps you should take your turban off so that...
  6. Admin

    Teachings Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji & Guru Gobind Singh Ji : A Comparative Study

    Somebody said... "Guru Gobind based his teachings on Hermetic thought and that Guru Nanak was clearly influenced by Templar culture and chivalry" What are your views? Please be objective in your discussion. Thank you.