- Aug 28, 2010
Veer Prakash.S.Bagga ji there is no "Jantar Mantar" on the traditional sense understood by a man in the street in India.
What I mean is the following,
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Whether you relate it to "Munn" or other part and start calling it the creator is simply mis-leading. I really suggest that your good self refrain from such as you know better. I was happy to learn that your other pet project of Grammar ramblings and creating confusion is over.
Sat Sri Akal.
You are totally mistaken what you say.You live in your own world.
If you assume that Gurbanee grammar is my project I am honoured .But you should realise Gurbanee grammar is the way GuRu wants us to understand the true meanings of Gurbanee.If you overlook this you are befooling youself only.
I am always on my job under the direction of my GuRu.You dont worry for this.
You should take care of your own prejudiced thinking and mind.That is more than enough.