CAN ANYONE PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE EXACT MEANING OF THE FOLLOWING:

 

    a. SIKHI KHANDYON TIKHI

 

    b. TAT KHALSA

 

 

 

   WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,

   WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH.

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A. Sikhi, Khandyon: Double Edged Sword, Tikhi: Sharper.

Means: The Path of Sikhi is sharper than the Double Edged sword.

 

This is taken from Gurbani 'Khaneo Tikhi, Valahu Nikki' (this path is sharper than the double edged sword and finer than hair).

b. Tat: Real. Khalsa
This was the movement started in early 1900s to remove Brahman influences from Gurdwaras and oust the Mahants who misused Gurdwaras (take all offerings, rapes in Gurdwaras etc). Now it is used to denote the mainstream version of Sikhi (Singh Sabha Lahore)

That is a myth brother, made popular by foolish people who have no knowledge.

If he behaved like a Guru, he wouldn't have been able to give the Shaheedi the way he gave. He wouldn't have the guts to remain calm when his sons heart was put in his mouth.

Historically it is written in a book written in 1802, that the person who began to call himself a Guru was not Banda Singh but some other Singh.

 

 Veer Singh Ji,

 

                        I agree with you and thanks for the answers.  I have e-mailed you, please check your mail Inbox.

 

 Thanks once again.



Veer Singh said:

That is a myth brother, made popular by foolish people who have no knowledge.

If he behaved like a Guru, he wouldn't have been able to give the Shaheedi the way he gave. He wouldn't have the guts to remain calm when his sons heart was put in his mouth.

Historically it is written in a book written in 1802, that the person who began to call himself a Guru was not Banda Singh but some other Singh.
Amarjit Singh Ji, I will reply you asap.

Cyber Sangat Ji,

                          Can anyone please let me know, Is giving alms to the beggar right or wrong as per the Sikh Rehat Maryada?

 

 

 

 

Helping the poor is good and encouraged in Sikhi.
Guru Nanak sahib said:

ghaal khaye kichhu hathu deh, nanak raah pachaneh seh

 

But won't it be better if you get them food instead of just giving alms? (here in west, beggars drink alcohol and take drugs with alms, so its better to feed them). 

Veer Singh Ji,

 

                      You are so correct.  Thank-you.



Veer Singh said:

Helping the poor is good and encouraged in Sikhi.
Guru Nanak sahib said:

ghaal khaye kichhu hathu deh, nanak raah pachaneh seh

 

But won't it be better if you get them food instead of just giving alms? (here in west, beggars drink alcohol and take drugs with alms, so its better to feed them). 

 

 Please let me know the meaning of "Abhilakhi".  Does it mean, a person who wishes to partake Amrit. 

Yes, Amrit Abhilakhi are the ones that are ready and wish to partake Khande Da Amrit.

Veer Singh Ji,

 

                       Thank-you once again.

Veer Singh said:

Yes, Amrit Abhilakhi are the ones that are ready and wish to partake Khande Da Amrit.
You are welcome.
So sweet of you.

Veer Singh said:
You are welcome.

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