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  1. Ishna

    Health My Anxiety Technique (and A Personal Story)

    Something I don't see discussed much in Sikh circles is mental health. Part of me wonders if there is some stigma attached to it in the community. I'm a open book and have no problems sharing my personal experiences, particularly if they help someone else. So here goes: Personal Story I...
  2. Ishna

    Controversial Raag Mala

    Is it true the Raag Mala doesn't actually correspond to the Raag order in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji? Once day I will check for myself but in the meantime I thought I'd put the question out there. Thanks
  3. spnadmin

    Gurus Weapons Of Guru Gobind Singh's 'Shaster Nam Mala'

    The Chief Khalsa Diwan’s museum boasts of 75 weapons mentioned in the ‘Shastar Naam Mala’ penned by Guru Gobind Singh. Weapons on display at the Chief Khalsa Diwan museum located on the Central Khalsa Orphanage premises in Amritsar. You may have seen museums preserving articles of historic...
  4. S

    Sikh News India's Punjab National Bank To Raise 5 Bln Rupees Via Bonds (Reuters Via Yahoo! Mala

    MUMBAI, Dec 3 - India's state-run Punjab National Bank is looking to raise 5 billion rupees through a sale of Upper Tier II bonds on Wednesday, merchant bankers close to the deal said on Monday. More...
  5. H

    The Entire Raag Mala: The Last 2 Parts Missing?

    I heard that the Raag Maala in Guru Granth Sahib is missing two other parts, that the first part was added into Guru Granth Sahib by Pandits and other Brahmanistic agents who wanted to influence Hinduism back into the Sikhs years ago, fighting against Mogals in the mountains. I heard that part...
  6. C

    108 Mala Beads

    Do Sikhs, when using mala for naam jap, have to use 108 beads on their mala? I know this is a Hindu thing but it can have a logical unsuperstitious meaning for Sikhs also - (5) Why are there 108 beads in a mala (rosary)? Answer: According to the Upanishads, a person will breathe 21,600 times...