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« on: November 06, 2007, 12:25:57 AM »
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Religion, Faith, Spirituality / The Khalsa
« on: October 30, 2007, 12:13:18 AM »

Sikhism is ranked as the world's fifth largest religion. It began about 500 years ago by Guru Nanak and preaches a message of devotion and remembrance to God at all times, truthful living and equality of mankind and denounces superstitions and blind rituals. Sikhism is open to all through the teachings of its 10 Gurus enshrined in the Sikh Holy Book, Adi Granth or Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
Sikhs believe that God is Monistic or Non-dual. He is the creator of the Universe, whose existence and continued survival depends on His will. God is both Saguna (with attributes) and Nirguna (without attributes) and is called by names such as Sat (truth), Sat Guru (true Guru), Akal Purkh (timeless being), Kartar (creator) and Wahi-Guru (praise to the God). Sikhism does not believe in incarnation of God in the human form. However, belief in the ten Gurus - spiritual guides who dispel ignorance and darkness is the essential element of Sikh religion. It disapproves asceticism and self-mortification as path to enlightenment. The only way to achieve liberation (mukti) from the cycle of birth and death is by being God-conscious (gurmukh).
Sikhs follow the path of japa i.e. recitation of hymn, devotional prayers (kirtana) and singing the names of God (e.g., Nam Simran).
The concept of Khalsa, literally meaning 'the pure', was introduced by Guru Gobind Singh at Anandpur Sahib on the Baisakhi day of 13th April 1699. He established this new fraternity with five followers (later known as Panj Pyares), who were baptized with amrit as Khalsas. The Khalsa symbolised coalescence of serenity and strength, purity and power, shastra (scripture) and shastra (weapon), and the power of wisdom (jnana shakti) and the power of action (kriya shakti).
It was made obligatory for every Sikh to wear the Five K's - Kesha (long hair), Kangha (comb), Kara (steel bracelet), Kaccha (short drawers) and Kirpan (sword).The year 1999 marked the tercentenary of the Khalsa Panth.
The Guru Granth Sahib (also known as the Adi Granth) is considered the Supreme Spiritual Authority and Head of the Sikh religion. It is perhaps the only scripture of its kind which not only contains the works of its own religious founders but also writings of people from other faiths. Guru Granth Sahib, containing 1430 pages, is a collection of devotional hymns and poetry which proclaims God, lays stress on meditation on the True Guru (God) and lays down moral and ethical rules for development of the soul, spiritual salvation and unity with God. The writings of the Gurus appear chronologically. Each of the Gurus signed their hymns as Nanak. Their compositions are identified by the numerals at the beginning of each hymn, i.e. Mahalla 1 is Guru Nanak, Mahalla 2 is Guru Angad and so on, followed by those of other 34 saints (Bhagtas) and other contributors. Guru Granth Sahib has 3,384 hymns, of which Guru Nanak Dev contributed 974 hymns including sloks and pauris, Guru Angad Dev contributed 62 sloks, Guru Amar Das contributed 907 hymns including sloks and pauris, Guru Ram Das contributed 679 hymns including sloks and pauris, Guru Arjan Dev contributed 2,218 hymns including sloks and pauris, Guru Tegh Bahadur contributed 59 hymns and 56 sloks, while Guru Gobind Singh contributed 1 slok.
It also contains Bhagatas of Kabir, Namdev, Ravidas, Sheikh Farid, Trilochan, Dhanna, Beni, Sheikh Bhikan, Jaidev, Surdas, Parmanand, Pipa and Ramanand.
The fifth Guru Arjan Dev began the great task of collection of the holy compositions as Sri (Amritsar) and compiled the Holy Granth Sahib.
The tenth Guru Gobind Singhji ceded the Guru-Gaddi to Sri Guru Granth Sahib commanding that the Holy Book be henceforth regarded as the Eternal Guru of the Khalsa Panth"To love is to risk not being loved in return.To hope is to risk pain.To try is to risk failure, but risk must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.

Religion, Faith, Spirituality / The First Sikh War
« on: October 29, 2007, 11:35:57 PM »

Religion, Faith, Spirituality / Dupatta
« on: October 29, 2007, 11:18:57 PM »
Duppatta is very important part of Punjabi girls. It increases the smartness and proud of the women, but the traditional fashion of Punjabi girl is decreasing in Punjab due to the western culture. Instead of taking the duppatta on the head, girls/women wear it only around the neck. Duppatta that prove length from two to two and half meter increase the beauty of the girls Salwaar kameez is incomplete without duppatta. Duppatta not only look nice but I guess it makes the girl look more trendy, if worn correctly and reflects the inner beauty also of the women.
The present Punjabi girls became is now driven due to the glitz of western fashion in Punjab. They are much more confused by different combinations of dresses available in the market. Fasion designers have also show the importance of Duppatta and you might have seen dupatta also being emphasized in some fashion shows. First duppatta was taken on the both shoulders but now it's mere a piece of cloth hanging on one of the shoulder or sometimes around the neck.
Even when many companies are started to focus on the Punjabi culture with Punjabi competition where not only the brain and beauty is put on test but also the way the women dresses is also of much importance.
The song in the movie of late mr raj kapoor. (barsat), " hawain mein urtha jai" mera lal duppatta mammal ka"and duppatta is also mentioned in same other movie. When the bridies wear the duppatta on marriage time. It give more improvement to her beauty.
I won't say that only Punjabi girls are mad behind the western culture, its vice-versa too and I have seen women in western countries have also started appreciating the punjabi dress. An example of this can be seen in NewYork and California where you can see American girls wearing Punjabi suits and Punjabi dresses. I am not saying that the Punjabi girl should not wear western dresses. the point here is that if at all we are wearing a punjabi dress such as Salwaar Kameez, one should also wear Duppata the way it should be worn with it and should not wear it as an extra accessory, else its better just not to wear it at all. If one does not gives importance to duppatta along with punjabi dress then it becomes only a beautiful part of exhibition.

Guru Granth Saheb
Sant Milna Nahin GURU GOBIND SINGH Warga.
Panth Milna Nahi KHALSA Panth Warga.
Guru Milnge Bathere Jag Utte Par Guru Milna Nahi


Love Pyar / If r u in luv with someone..........Reply is must
« on: September 20, 2007, 08:59:35 AM »

maninder she is in locknow.

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