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Love Pyar / Chan
« on: October 25, 2012, 06:31:34 AM »
♥ Chan To Sohni Chanani Os ton Sohna Yaar__Kai Janma To Dhadkda__Mere Dil Vich Tera Pyar ♥


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Tech Lounge / iOS 6 Is Here
« on: September 21, 2012, 01:52:06 AM »
Update Your iDevices To get New iOS 6



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Tech Lounge / Apple iPhone 5
« on: September 17, 2012, 03:51:03 AM »



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Shayari / Sajna Pyareya
« on: September 11, 2012, 05:46:09 AM »
♥ Sajna Pyareya Da Pyar Sanu Chahida __
Khushian ch Khush Sada Yaar Sanu Chahida __
Ek Pal vi na Dekhe Dukh oh __
Ehi Rab kolo Ikraar Sanu Chahida __ ♥


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Religion, Faith, Spirituality / Ardaas - English Translation
« on: September 07, 2012, 08:15:44 PM »
Ardaas


Whahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa!
Whahe Guru Ji Ki Feteh!

Ik onkar waheguru ji ke fateh siri bhagautti ji sahai
vaar siri bhaguautti ji ki paattshaahi dasmi
prithm bhagautti simar kay gur nanak laee(n) dhiaae
phir angad gur tte amardas(u) ramdasay hoi sahai
arjan hargobind no simrau siri har rai
siri harkrishan dhiaaeeay jisDiThe sabh dukh jaae
teg bahadur simri-ay ghar nau nidh aavay dhaae
sabh thaai(n) hoe sahai
dasvaa(n) paattshah siri guru gobind singh sahib ji
sabh thaai(n) hoe sahai dasaa(n) paatshaahiaa(n) di jot
siri guru granth sahib ji di path didar da dhiaan dhar ke bolo ji waheguru.

panjaa(n) piyaaariaa(n), chauhaa(n) sahibzaadiaa(n), chaaliaa (n)
muktiaa(n), ha Thaiaa(n), jupiaa(n), ttapiaa(n), jinaa(n)h ttera naam
jupiaa, va(n)D chhakiaa, deg chalaaee, teg vaahi, deg ke anDiTh
keetta, ttinaa(n)h piyaariaa(n), sachiaariaa(n) di kamaai da dhiaan
dharke, khalsa ji, bolo ji waheguru.

jinaa(n)h singhaa(n) singhbeeaa(n) nay dharam haytt sees dittay,
ba(n)d ba(n)d kaTaa-ay, khopriaa(n) luhaaiaa(n), charkhiaa(n) ttay
charhay, aaray-aa(n) naal chiraa-ay gae, gurdwariaa(n) di seva laee
kurbanniaa keettiaa(n), dharam nahee(n) haariaa, sikhi kesaa(n)
suaasaa(n) naal nibaahi, ttinaa(n) di kamaai da dhiaan dharkey,
khalsa ji bolo ji waheguru.

prithmay sarbatt khalsa ji ki ardass haY ji, sarbatt khalsa ji ko
waheguru waheguru waheguru chitt aavay, chitt aavan ka sadkaa
sarab sukh hovay. jahaa(n) jahaa(n) khalsa ji sahib,
ttahaa(n) ttahaa(n) rachhiaa riaa-aytt,
deg-tteg fatteh, birdh ki paYj, panth ki jeet, siri sahib ji sahaai,
khalsa ji kay bol baalay bolo ji waheguru.

Sikhaa(n) noo(n) sikhi daan, kes daan, raYhatt daan, bibayk daan,
visaah daan, bharosa daan, daanaa(n) sir daan, naam daan, siri
amritsar ji day ishnaan, chau(n)kiaa(n), jha(n)Day, bungay,
jugo jug aTall dharam ka jaYkaar, bolo ji waheguru.   

BOLAY SO NIHAL, SAT SIRI AKAL.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION: ARDAAS

To the One Creator of Creation, the All Glorious and All Victorious Being. We ask Thy blessing on us all. To Thee we offer this prayer as recited by the Tenth Guru.

After first worshipping the Adi Shakti, the Primal Power, let us meditate on Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, then Gurus Amar Das and Ram Das, may they grant us their protection. Remember Gurus Arjun, Hargobind, and Siri Har Rai. Meditate upon Siri Har Krishan, upon seeing whom, all sufferings shall depart. Meditate on Guru Teg Bahadur and the nine treasures shall come to us. May he grant us every assistance. Great, great is Guru Gobind Singh, Protector of the Faith and Master of the Unity, may he protect us everywhere. Remember the Light of the Ten Gurus, the Living Guru, the Word of God and Truth of truths, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. By meditating the Word. all sufferings vanish. Meditate, Oh Khalsa Ji, Sat Nam! Siri Whahe Guru!

Remember the four sons of the Tenth Master, the Five Beloved Ones, the Forty Liberated Ones, the Four Holy Thrones, all the dwelling places of the Guru. Meditate, Oh Khalsa Ji! Sat Nam! Siri Whahe Guru! those who were true to the Guru, who meditated on the Nam, who shared their earnings and sacrificed for righteousness; think of their deeds, Oh Khalsa Ji! Sat Nam! Siri Whahe Guru! Remember those who were broken by the wheel, cut up limb by limb, who gave their scalps but not their hair, and those ladies, who for the sacrifice for the Truth, gave their dear children and suffered through hunger and pain at the hands of the enemy, but never gave up their faith and their determination to live according to Sikh Dharma, with all their hair, to their last breath. Meditate, Oh Khalsa Ji! Sat nam! Siri Whahe Guru!

Oh lord, bless Thy devotees to ever live in the righteousness of true disciples. Give us the life of the living principle of the Guru's discipline.Grant us the insight, the trust, and the blessing of blessings, Thy Name, and a sight and a dip in the nectar tank of Thy Holy Harimandir Sahib. May all flags of the Khalsa, all seats of religious authority, our ashrams and homes prevail through all times. now call on god, Oh Khalsa Ji! Sat Nam! Siri Whahe Guru!

Now let us again offer our prayer, let us again remember the Name, Whahe Guru! Whahe Guru! Whahe Guru! For as we think of God so may we be blessed. May God's Grace and Protection extend to all bodies of the Khalsa wherever we may be.

May the Lord's Glory be fulfilled and all God's Will prevail. May we receive victory from the sword of righteousness (degh) and the charity of brotherhood and sisterhood (tegh). May the Holy Sword of God assist us. May the Khalsa always prevail.

May the choirs of devotees, our banners and mansions abide forever and ever. May the realm of justice come. May the disciples unite in love. May the disciples be humble but our wisdom be exalted in the keeping of the Lord. Oh, Khalsa Ji, say that God is great! Sat Nam! Shiri Whahe Guru!

Oh True King, Oh Universal Mother, in the ambrosial hours we have sung Thy sweet hymns, heard Thy life giving Word and reflected upon Thy manifold blessings. May all these things find a loving place in our hearts and serve to draw our souls closer to Thee. Save us, Oh Lord, from the five sins of lust, anger, greed, pride, and attachment, but keep us always attached to Thy Lotus Feet. Grant to us the gift of Sikh Dharma, the gift of Thy Name, the gifts of faith and confidence in Thee and of reading and understanding Thy Holy Word.

Oh, kind Father, Oh Loving Mother, it is by Thy Grace that we have been granted peace and happiness. May Thy Grace extend to our labors of each day so that we may do what is right according to Thy Will. Please Give us the light and understanding so that we may know what pleases thee. We further offer this prayer in Thy Presence, Oh, Lord. In the spirit of Guru Teg Bahadur, with our heads bowed to Akal Purkh, the infinite essence which pervades everywhere and in every one, we pray that all peoples of the world be granted the freedom to worship the divine creator in their own way. May the era of tyranny and oppression come to an end, and all the people of the Earth live in God as One.

Please forgive us our sins. Help us that we may keep ourselves pure. Let us always be in the company people of love and may we always remember thy Name in their presence. Through Nanak may Thy Name forever increase and Thy spirit be exalted, and May all people prosper by thy grace. Nanak Nam charhdi kala, tere bhane sarbat da bhala.


Whahe Guru Ji ka Khalsa! Whahe Guru Ji Ki Feteh!!
 

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Lyrics / Lyrics - Amrinder Gill - Na Ik Hi Ho Sakde
« on: September 07, 2012, 07:57:20 PM »
Title:- Na Ik Hi Ho Sakde

Artist:-


Lyrics:-

Na Ik Hi Ho Sakde
Na Vakh Hi Reh Sakde

Na Dil Di Sun Sakde
Na Apni Keh Sakde

Haan Kithe Sanu Tera
Kithe Sanu Tera, Inkar Lai ke Aa Gaya

Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya
Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Hun Dosh Vi Dayiye Kisnu
Ena Haalatan Da
Khaaban Di Sooli Utte
Hai Tangiyan Raatan Da
Kinne Hi Sawaal
Kinne Hi Sawaal, Iko Var Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya
Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Asi Tan Apne Utte
Khud Kehar Gujar Gaye
Kalleyan Hi Khedi Baazi
Ajj Tan Hi Haar Gaye
Hiq Utte Hokeyan Da, Hiq Utte Hokeyan Da
Bhar Lai ke Aa Gaya

Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya
Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Duniya De Vich Eho Har Vaar Kyon Hundae
Jo Na Milna Ose Naal Pyar Kyon Hundae

Peedan Tere Dar Ton, Peedan Tere Dar Ton
Udhar Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya
Keho Jehe Mod Utte, Pyar Lai Ke Aa Gaya

Na Ik Hi Ho Sakde
Na Vakh Hi Reh Sakd

Na Dil Di Sun Sakde
Na Apni Keh Sakde

 

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Lok Virsa Pehchaan / Ek Kudi
« on: September 07, 2012, 04:59:40 AM »
  Ek Kudi De JaNaM LeN Te KhuShi
MaNonDe Ne Jo..
KhUSh NaSeeB HunDe Ne OsNu ReeJHan
NaaL PadonDe Ne Jo.. ViAh KarVa NuH Ban JaDh AgLe GhAr
JanDi Hai..
Oh RaBB VarGhE Ne LoK UsNu NuH To
Dhii BaNonDe Ne Jo..


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Knowledge / Taj Mahal: Secrets & Mysteries (BBC)
« on: September 06, 2012, 03:06:18 AM »

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Lok Virsa Pehchaan / Punjabi culture nall related pictures post karo
« on: September 04, 2012, 03:49:26 AM »
Post Pictures realted to Punjab.

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PJ Games / McD Vs. Kfc
« on: September 03, 2012, 03:35:35 AM »
Which Is Your Fav.?


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Knowledge / Poorn Bhagat - Full Story
« on: September 02, 2012, 01:36:42 AM »
Poorn Bhagat 


Pooran was the son of King Salwan and Queen Ichhran of Sailkot, a kingdom in west Gorakh Nath, the saint who had blessed the King and Queen with their son advised them to have Pooran trained intensely in spirituality for the first 12 years of his life. The king agreed.

While his son was away, King Salwan got married a second time. His second wife was a low-caste young woman of great beauty named Loona and he was happy with his pretty young wife.

When Pooran returned after 12 years, he had almost a holy aura about him. When Loona set eyes on him, she forgot that he is her husband’s son. Having spent so many years with a man thrice her age, she told herself that she deserves the love of this handsome young youth standing before her. She tried very hard to seduce him but Pooran turned her down. Insulted, Loona told Salwan that Pooran made a pass at her.

Salwan was outraged. He had his son’s hands and feet chopped off before executing him and had his body thrown in a well.

Soon afterwards, his body was discovered in the well by one of Gorakh Nath’s disciples. Gorakh Nath restores Pooran’s hands and feet and infuses him with life with his great spiritual powers. Gorakh Nath takes Pooran under his wing and makes him one of his disciples. Pooran starts begging for alms along with the other disciples.

One day Pooran passes through the lands of queen Sundaran. She falls for him the second she sees him. Sundaran goes to Gorakh Nath’s camp and asks to be blessed with Pooran as a gift. The Guru agrees and asks Pooran to accompany her.

Instead of spending the night in bed with the queen, Pooran chooses to meditate. When morning comes, he heads bank to his Gurus camp.

Sundran is heart-broken. Gorakh Nath on the other hand is delighted with Pooran’s will power to resist worldly temptations.

Some time later Pooran is asked to visit his hometown. King Salwan and Queen Loona come to see him. They do not know his true identity. Salwan has not had any children after ordering Pooran’s execution and is hoping to be blessed with another son. When pooran asks Salwan about his son, Loona has an emotional breakdown. She is mad with grief for having an innocent boy killed for petty reasons. Pooran forgives his stepmother and his father.

This changes Loona’s perspective forever. She traverses the material world and moves beyond the worldly concept of good and evil.


Warning:- Copied content.

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Knowledge / Jagga Daaku - Full Story
« on: September 02, 2012, 01:20:54 AM »
Jagga Daaku


Jagga Jammeya,fazar di baangay
Laudhay vele khed da firay.
Jagga jammeya te milan vadhaiyan
vadda hoke dakay marda.

Jagge mareya Lyllpur daka
taran kharhak gayian.

Jagga was born in 1901 or 1902 in village Burj Singh Wala,teh. Chunnian,distt. Kasur. Jagga’s father Makhan Singh passed away when Jagga was only a small child. He grew up under the care of his Chacha Roop Singh and mother Bhagaan.

Makhan Singh and Bhagaan had six children before Jagga was born but nobody of them survived. At last Makhan Singh went to the nearby village Sodhiwala to meet and pay tribute to a saint Sodhi Inder Singh. Sodhi Inder Singh told them to buy a Bakkra (male goat) before the birth and told that it should be touched by the newly born. The Sage Inder Singh also told them to not to name the child with initials of J.

But when the child was born, an uncle of the child insited on naming the child Jagat Singh which was against the directions of the saint. In a few days Bakkra fell ill and died. So in the course 12 Bakkras died and were buried in the backyard. Finally young child survived by the great saint’s blessings.

Jagga owned 10 muraba(250 acres of land) so he was not asked to do anything by his chacha and mother. He was grown up as a pampered child. Once he cut a lot of sugar cane from his one uncle and distributed those to his friends. For that, he was given a hard beating by his uncle. Jagga went at night and broke all the Tinds of his uncle’s khuh and threw into the well. When this uncle told his shirika to go to the police and report against Jagga, the relatives asked him, “who told you to name him Jagga?” So he realized his mistake.

In village Burj Singh Wala, most families were Muslim Telis but only 17 or 18 families of Sidhu Jatts. Both communities used to live in harmony. When Jagga was in his teen age, he started to go wrestle at akhara (Open Wrestling Ring) with his friend Sohan Teli. Sohan Teli maitained his friendship with Jagga till the last breath of Jagga. Because of Jagga’s fondness of wrestling, this is said in a folk song.


Jagge Jatt da jahngiya patt da
killay uttay tangeya reha.

Jagga married Inder Kaur of village Talwandi. They had only a girl child, Gaabbo who is living now at village Vanwala near Lambi in Mukatsar distt. She is believed to be in her 80s now.

During the English rule, all the people of guts and independant nature were watched carefully by the British. Govt’s first units of Informers were Patwari, Nambardar,Thanedar and Safedposh. Jagga was of a medium height, wheatish color, sharp features, strong body, trimmed beard and double ringed kunddian muchhan. One day Jagga went to Patwari to get the numbers (farad) of his land. Jagga paid no respect to the Parwari and paid no bribe. Patwari refused to give him the Farad. Jagga gave him the worst beating of his life that he had to give him farad and apologize as well.

In one of the folk songs we hear,


Kachay pulaan te larhaiyan hoiyan
Chhaviyan de ghund murh gaye.

This Kacha Pul was located between Jagga’s village Buraj and his in law’s village Talwandi. Beharhwala’s Nakai used to live at their Bhua’s village in Talwandi. These Nakai had some relation with Maharja Ranjit Singh’s in-laws and were very notorius for their evils. Nobody could cross the bridge without their permission. One day,when Jagga was going to cross the bridge, one of the Nakai hit his horse with bamboo club (daang) thus horse and Jagga both fell. Though Jagga was alone, Nakais were 5-6 brothers. They had a fierce fight and finally Jagge ne vahni paa lae (gave them a tough beating). Later those Nakais fled the area and settled in Lahore.

Jagga’s fame in the area resulted in attracting the ire of the Jaildar of Kal Mokal. Jaildar considered Jagga’s braveness to be a challange. He stucked Jagga in a false case and convicted him for 4 years in the jail. When Jagga got released and came back to Buraj, in those days in vill. Bhai Feru a theft incident happened. The inspector of the area was a person named Asgar Ali who was a friend of Jaildar. Both Jaildar and inspector found this theft incident to be another chance to harass Jagga. They called Jagga to apear at the police station but Jagga declined to go. The leading and friendly people of Jagga persuaded him to appear at Police station. Their names were Kehar singh and Mehal Singh of Kawaan village and Dulla Singh of Jajjal village. This Dulla Singh made Jagga his Dharam da Puttar. (In later days this Dulla Singh and his family killed 8 people and were hanged to death).

Jagga agreed to go to the police with them but on the way he disagreed to go as he thought the haughty nature of inspector Asgar Ali. He said his fellows clearly, “If this inspector said something insulting, that will be hard to swallow for me. That’s why I’m not going back.” From that day Jagga went underground and became a Dacoit. First he snatched a riffle from a police sapoy then another from Atma Singh of Acharke village.

The first decoity by Jagga was at village Ghumiari at some goldsmith’s house. Ghumiari vilage is located at the border of Kasur and Lohore distts. Jagga’s other companions were Jhanda Singh Nirmal Ke and Thakur Singh Mandeyali. They robbed all the gold from them and lit fire to Vahis(ledgers) which were the loan records of the poor mass. They shared the gold at Jhanda Singh’s khuh which was almost 1/2 ser(4 pounds?) for everyone in the group. After that Jagga made his own group. His new members were Banta Singh,his childhood friend Sohna Teli,Lalu Nai (he was Kaana from one eye), Bholu and Bawa. Lalu Nai was an expert in cooking, when all used to sleep at night Lalu Nai was guarding them with riffle.

While Jagga made many decoities but his most famous decoities are of Sayadpur and Layllpur. Jagga’s one nephew, Thakur Singh was the reader of D.S.P. That D.S.P. asked Thakur Singh for the help in capturing Jagga. When Thakur Singh went to Jagga with some offer, Jagga asked him to fulfil his long desire to make an encounter with D.S.P. Thakur Singh felt to be sandwitched in two troubles, Jagga and D.S.P., so he decided to be neutral.

Jagga used to tell police in advance whatever village he went. “Capture me there or don’t vex the innocents” were his words. Once he went to his nanke (maternal grandparents home) at village Ghumman Ke to watch a drama. Even though he had sent an advanced notice to police, no police personnel came all night. Jagga torned all the ledgers of that village’s Bania and Shahukars and freeholded the poors from heavy loans.

A woman from village Lakhu ke was his dharam Bhen (baptised sister) who used to serve them food. Jagga gave her countless gold coins. Samelike once Jagga saw an old man with no warm clothes selling carrots in extreme cold,when asked, that oldman had no son or daughter. He gave him plenty of gold.

In those days police would sleep in locked police stations,from the fear of Jagga. Police feared Jagga would decoit them their riffles and other amunition. Inspector Asgar Ali made the two entrances of the station for his protection.

Jagga’s fellow Banta Singh had argued with his Chachi on many occassions. Banta’s Chachi was involved in adultry (extra marital relations) with a Vairagi of her own village Thamman Ke Wala. He tried to straighten them many times but all his tries were in of no use. One cold night Chachi was sitting and was warming herself in front of fire when Jagga and Banta aproached her. They again tried to conciliate her from her bad deeds but she told them in a cold manner to do whatever they want to do, she won’t change.They shoot her on the spot and went to her lover Bawa Vairagi’s home. They challanged him to come out of the house but he didn’t come out but locked from the inside. Jagga and Banta called him to come out many times but he didn’t and finally they climbed and bursted the roof. From the Paarh(hole),they threw fire in as an idea to make them come out but all the family of about ten people burnt to death instead. Jagga fell in deep sorrow for Vairagi’s family’s death.


Jagge maariyan Thamman ke kurhiyan
Jagge nu paap laggeya.

Jagga knew that dacoits don’t live long lives.He engaged his daughter to his fellow Kehar Singh Kawan’s younger brother Makhan Singh’s son Avaar Singh. He made all the arrangements and sent all gold and dowry even before the marriage.

From a few miles away from Jagga’s village avillage named Sidhupur’s one dacoit Malangi had fame. Malangi and his fellow Harnam Singh were killed in an encouter about two years ago. Malangi was son of Muslim fakirs’ family and Harnam Singh was from a poor farmer family. They both were friends like brothers who ate and did whatever together. In those days, in that area one common tandoor’s for the whole village was a normal custom. One day Malangi’s younger sister and younger brother were making Rotis at that tandoor. At the same time Jaildar’s workers also came there to make Roti. They ordered Malangi’s brother and sister to stop making Roti any more and instead told them to make Jaildar’s Roti first. When Malangi’s sister refused to do so, Jaildar workers slapped her and tried to tear her hair(gutt patt ditti). During this time Malangi’s brother called Malangi and Harnam Singh. A fierce fight started,Malangi and Harnama got injured and Malangi’s brother and Jaildar’s one worker died. When Malangi and his father,Harnam Singh were in jail,one night Jaildar’s mates attacked Malangi’s home and raped Malangi’s sister. His mother went insane hitting walls repeatedly. When this news came to them, Malangi’s father died with shock. Malangi and Harnama once torn the wall of the jail and escaped and becamre fugitives. After coming out of the jail,the first thing what they did was killing all the members of Jaildar’s family (sparing women). Jaildar’s one of the son’s avoided his ill will while he was gone to visit some relatives. After that Malangi and Harnam Singh became dacoits. First they started to straighten the Shahukars who were like blood sucking beast of the poor. Then they started to attack govt favouring Safedposh like people. In those days one idiom became famous.


Dinay raaj farangi da
raatin raaj Malangi da.

An award was declared by the govt. who helps to capture these two dacoits,Malangi and Harnam Singh.One night Malangi and his mate were staying at one of aquiantance’s dera.That dera guy served them Rotis made of bhang but lied them as being made of methi.For the gread of the reward,he informed police.While Malangi and Harnam Singh were intoxicated,police raide the dera and both Malangi and harnama died in the encounter.

Oneday Jagga decided to go to Sidhupur with his companions. He wanted to know about the condition of Malangi’s blind helpless mother who was just passing her days in deep sorrow and who was almost mentally retarted. Jagga also wanted to meet those bloody informers of Malangi. Jagga went to meet her and felt sad after seeing her bad condition. He decided to spend that noon in Malangi’s house. He asked his fellow, Lallu Nai to arrange the food. Lallu Nai’s village Lakhu Ke was very near from Sidhupur. Lallu Nai called his five brothers in guise to meet him and told them to bring food and sharab with them. Jagga decided to have a few drinks before the meal. Jagga and Banta started drinking while Sohan Teli had to go to meet a friend in the neibouring village and Lallu Nai had to do watching with his brothers. So they didn’t drink.

For sometime they enjoyed drinking and talking. Malangi’s mother’s was in such a happy atmosphere first time in two years. That day Malangi’s mother was feeling like Malangi is back in Jagga’s disguise. Jagga told the old woman that O mother, Malangi’s soul might not be in rest till his revenge is not taken. Today is the day to take care of his complaints. All ate meal happily together, Sohan Teli went to meet his friends. Lallu Nai and his brothers went out for their watchman job with their riffles. Intoxicated with alcohol, both jagga and Banta slept that hot afternoon on a Manja under the Boharh tree in the yard. Suddenly, Lallu Nai and his brothers started to shoot the sleeping and intoxicated Jagga and Banta repeatedly. Sohan Teli came back after hearing the shooting. He was also shot dead from behind by one of Lallu Nai’s brother when he started attacking Lallu.


Jagga vaddeya bohrh di chhanve
naun man ret bhij gaee
Purna,
Naiyan ne vadd chhaddeya
Jagga soorma.

With the news of Jagga’s death the whole area was under shock and sorrow.Nobody believed Jagga Soorma’s death.

As a reward Lallu Nai got ten murabas of land and a Ghorhi from the govt. He was imprisoned later in some other case where he was beaten to death by some prisioners.

Jagga lived for only 29 years of his age. And moreover all his adventures and dacoities happened in a short span of only 3 months.

The kind of anakh Jagga left to lead us is well said by Sultan Bahu,


Je sir ditteyan hakk hasal hovay
Bahu,us mauton kya darna hu.

Warning:- English and Punjabi mix with grammatical mistakes. copied content.

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Cars / Ferrari 458 Italia : 2010
« on: August 31, 2012, 11:06:54 PM »
Ferrari 458 Italia : 2010

While it’s true that every Ferrari is innovative by definition, it’s equally true that in the course of the Prancing Horse’s history, certain cars have marked a genuine departure from the current range. This is very much the case with the Ferrari 458 Italia, which is a massive leap forward from the company’s previous mid-rear engined sports cars. 


The new model is a synthesis of style, creative flair, passion and cutting-edge technology, characteristics for which Italy as a nation is well-known. For this reason Ferrari chose to add the name of its homeland to the traditional figure representing the displacement and number of cylinders.

The Ferrari 458 Italia is a completely new car from every point of view: engine, design, aerodynamics, handling, instrumentation and ergonomics, just to name a few.

A two-seater berlinetta, the Ferrari 458 Italia, as is now traditional for all Ferrari’s road-going cars, benefits hugely from the company’s Formula 1 experience. This is particularly evident in the speed and precision with which the car responds to driver inputs and in the attention focused on reducing internal friction in the engine for lower fuel consumption than the F430, despite the fact that both overall displacement and power have increased. However, Ferrari’s track experience makes its presence felt in the 458 Italia not only in terms of pure technological transfer but also on a more emotional level, because of the strong emphasis on creating an almost symbiotic relationship between driver and car. The 458 Italia features an innovative driving environment with a new kind of steering wheel and dashboard that is the direct result of racing practice. Once again input from Michael Schumacher - who was involved from the very start of the 458 Italia project - played an invaluable part.

The Ferrari 458 Italia’s Pininfarina design provides further evidence of the complete departure from the past that this new car hails. The Ferrari 458 Italia has a compact, aerodynamic shape, underscoring the concepts of simplicity, efficiency and lightness that inspired the project. As with every Ferrari, the car’s styling has been very heavily influenced by the requirements for aerodynamic efficiency, as can be seen from the downforce of 140 kg at 200km/h generated by the new model. The front features a single opening for the front grille and side air intakes, with aerodynamic sections and profiles designed to direct air to the coolant radiators and the new flat underbody. The nose also sports small aeroelastic winglets which generate downforce and, as speed rises, deform to reduce the section of the radiator inlets and cut drag.

The new 4499 cc V8 is the first Ferrari direct injection engine to be mid-rear mounted. It has a very low piston compression height typical of racing engines which contributed to achieving its compression ratio of 12.5:1. Equipped with the traditional flat-plane crankshaft, the engine delivers 570 CV at 9000 rpm and, with an outstanding power output of 127 CV/litre, sets a new benchmark not only for the whole Ferrari range and the history of company, but also for the entire market segment. Maximum torque is 540 Nm at 6000 rpm, over 80 per cent of which is available from 3250 rpm. Specific torque is a record 120 Nm/litre. However, what is truly extraordinary is the amount of torque available while still maintaining high levels of power at low revs.

The car’s soundtrack is also typical Ferrari, with an exciting, powerful growl emerging from the engine before it channels through to the exhaust’s three rear tailpipes.

The 458 Italia is equipped with the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission which increases performance whilst providing very smooth shifts even at full throttle. The engineers have developed specific, sportier gear ratios to match the power and torque curves of the new V8, guaranteeing high torque even at lower engine speeds and allowing the car to reach its maximum speed in top gear.

This new Ferrari is also a major leap forward when it comes to cutting emissions. Despite the fact that the new engine is significantly more powerful than the V8s that preceded it, the Ferrari 458 Italia produces just 320 g/km of CO2 and fuel consumption is 13.7 l/100 km (combined cycle), the best in the entire segment.

The engineers also focused on weight reduction during the design phase for similar reasons. Consequently, the Ferrari 458 Italia has a dry weight of 1380 kg with a power-to-weight ratio of 2.42 kg/CV. Weight distribution is also optimal with 58 per cent over the rear axle. The result of the engineers’ endeavours can be summed up in to two simple statistics which together perfectly encapsulate the Ferrari 458 Italia’s exceptional performance: 0-100 km/h acceleration in under 3.4 seconds and a maximum speed in excess of 325 km/h.

For the new chassis, once more in aluminium, Maranello’s engineers incorporated various types of advanced alloys along with aerospace industry-derived manufacturing and bonding techniques.

With regard to vehicle dynamics, the Ferrari 458 Italia’s suspension features twin wishbones at the front and a multi-link set-up at the rear tuned for maximum roadholding and superlative handling. Along with a more direct steering ratio, the 458 Italia thus offers extremely rapid turn-in and body control whilst maintaining superior ride comfort.

The integration of the E-Diff and F1-Trac (now controlled by the same ECU) and their respective mappings is even greater, resulting in a 32 per cent increase in longitudinal acceleration out of corners compared to previous models. The evolution of the control logic, with even faster and more accurate calculation of levels of grip, ensures even greater roadholding, better handling and ease of control on the limit.

The same ECU also governs the high-performance ABS, providing even more precise control over the logic threshold and greater efficiency. The brakes also feature a prefill function whereby the pistons in the callipers move the pads into contact with the discs on lift off to minimise delay in the brakes being applied. This combined with the ABS has cut the 100-0 km/h braking distance to a mere 32.5 metres.

The Ferrari 458 Italia’s interior is another area of the car that exalts its sporty personality. The driver is welcomed by a new layout and a revolutionary ergonomic interface where the main controls are all clustered on the steering wheel.

With the Ferrari 458 Italia, Maranello has brought a highly distinctive new car to its 8-cylinder range. The company now offers two models that share a common, race-derived DNA, both exceptionally sporty and fun to drive in true Ferrari tradition, but aimed at two very different kinds of client. While the Ferrari California was created for owners requiring a more versatile sports car with a practical edge, the 458 Italia is designed for owners for whom the priority is uncompromising on-road performance with occasional track day capability, but who still demand a car that is useable in day-to-day driving like all Ferrari’s recent models.


Ferrari 458 Italia – Technical specifications
Dimensions.
• Length: 4527 mm (178.2 in.)
• Width: 1937 mm (76.3 in.)
• Height: 1213 mm (47.8 in.)
• Wheelbase: 2650 mm (104.3 in.)
• Dry weight: 1380 kg (3042 lbs)*
• Weight/power ratio: 2,42 kg/CV (7.16 lbs/kW)
• Weight distribution fr/r: 42%/58% 


Engine.
• Type: V8 – 90°
• Displacement: 4499 cc (274.5 cu in.)
• Maximum power: 570 CV (425 kW)** @ 9000 rpm
• Maximum torque: 540 Nm (398 lbs/ft) @ 6000 rpm
• Specific power output: 127 CV/l
• Compression ratio: 12.5:1


Tires
• Front: 235/35 ZR20 8.5”
• Rear: 295/35 ZR20 10.5”   


Performance.
• Maximum speed: >325 km/h (>202 mph) 0-100 km/h

Fuel consumption + emissions.
• Fuel consumption***: 13.7 l/100 km
• Emissions***: 320 g CO2/km

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Lok Virsa Pehchaan / Girl Child
« on: August 31, 2012, 05:29:36 AM »
ਦੇ ਦੇਂਦਾ ਜੇ ਪੁੱਤ ਤੂ ਰੱਬਾ ...
ਘਰ ਵਿਚ ਪੁਛ ਪੜਤਾਲ ਤਾਂ ਹੁੰਦੀ..!!
ਧੀਆਂ ਦੀ ਇਹ ਕਿਸਮਤ ਡਾਢੀ...
ਹਾਲੋਂ ਕਦੇ ਬੇਹਾਲ ਨਾ ਹੁੰਦੀ ...!!
ਚੰਦਰੇ ਜਗ ਦੀ ਸੋਚ ਹੈ ਚੰਦਰੀ ...
ਧੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਦੁਰਕਾਰ ਰਿਹਾ ਏ ...!!
ਧੀਆਂ ਤੋੰ ਸੰਸਾਰ ਉਪਜਿਆ ...
ਕਿਓ ਇਹ ਮਨੋਂ ਵਿਸਾਰ ਰਿਹਾ ਏ .

 

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Religion, Faith, Spirituality / Gurbani ch Akal Purakh de Naam
« on: August 31, 2012, 05:21:04 AM »
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What was the last App/Album/Movie/Tv-Show/File you downloaded?
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PJ Da Dhaba / Recipe- Nasi Lemak - My Fav. Malaysian Dish
« on: August 31, 2012, 04:42:08 AM »
The reason why it's called nasi lemak (fat rice) is because they use coconut milk to cook rice and coconut has some fat in it



Nasi Lemak Recipe

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Pics / Some Amazing Pictures Of Earth
« on: August 30, 2012, 07:20:47 AM »
Some Amazing Pictures Of Earth

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Pics / Kang Productions
« on: August 26, 2012, 07:51:25 PM »

  Hanji eh topic bnon lagga is vich main apne bnaye hoye logos, Pictures , or videos  paya karu

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Religion, Faith, Spirituality / BBC Remembrance - The Sikh Story
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