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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Can we help him to achieve his target early !

Uploaded on FB by : Mr Pankaj Arora : 

If you find this man on Harninder Sahib Amritsar entry then please do buy his Murmure Chikki...he is selling this stuff since last 54 years and has a target of 100 packs per day....but he says tjat 100 packet sale is quiet far off...he ends up selling apx 40 packs....I would request you all whenever you are there do help him by buying his stuff....he really moves very swiftly around to find his target customers ...but hardly anyone gives any attention to him....if we help him achieve his target ealry so he may ho home early and relax he is nearing 80 years and have responsibilty of home and .....hope you will all share this to make someone happy daily....




Akshay Kumar's "SINGHGIRI Attitude" in Movie 'Singh is Bling'

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Removal of inscription of the Mool Mantra from the stairs of Yogacentre Hoheluft in Hamburg,Germany



















Inscription of the Mool Mantra was removed from the stairs of Yogacentre Hoheluft in Hamburg,Germany by construction workers.

Five members of the Indian Gurdwara in Hamburg were present for this process.
An Ardas ( Prayer) was made before the process started and the stone, that was burned off the stairs was respectfully processed by the members of the Gurdwara afterwards.

Yogacentre Hoheluft while conveying their apology thanked to Gurdwara members for pointing out the rule prohibiting Gurbani on floors of which  yogacentre members were not aware.
They made it very clear, that they did not mean any disrespect to the Mool Mantra or any hurt to the sentiments of  fellow Sikhs.

"On the contrary we wished for our students to be inspired and uplifted by the Mool Mantra as they entered our Yogacentre.Now we understand that this was completely inappropriate.We will not repeat this mistake.We feel the love of the Guru as much as anybody else does ".

With Thanks :
Media DSGMC




Friday, August 21, 2015

Sri Guru Granth Sahib coin minted by Nepal government























Not many people know that the government of Nepal issued a coin in the year 2004, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Guru Granth Sahib's prakash.... it is the first (and only) coin, with images associated with the Sikh religion, issued anywhere in the world after the collapse of Maharaja Ranjit Singh's empire in 1839. 



Link :http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/punjabi/en/content/sri-guru-granth-sahib-coin-minted-nepal-government


Thursday, August 20, 2015

Akshay Kumar: ‘We have ensured that Singh Is Bliing does not hurt Sikh sentiments’


However, it seems that the Khiladi has learned his lesson now. Today, while at the trailer launch of upcoming film Singh Is Bliing’, Akshay said, “This time, we have ensured that the film does not hurt the sentiments of Sikhs. We made sure that a member of the SGPC was always present on the sets to advise and guide us so that there were no errors in the portrayal of Sikhs.” Kumar will be seen playing a goofySardar named Raftaar Singh in the film.

with thanks : yahoo Movies : LINK : for complete report.

Ajay Devgn's Sons of Sardaar the Story of 21 Sikhs vs 10,000 Afghans

Ajay Devgn


SONS OF SARDAAR SOUNDS LIKE A SEQUEL TO THE 2012 FILM SON OF SARDAAR, BUT THE ONLY THING THE TWO FILMS WILL HAVE IN COMMON IS THE SIMILARITY OF NAME. UNLIKE THE ORIGINAL ACTION COMEDY, SONS OF SARDAAR WILL BE BASED ON A PAGE FROM THE HISTORY BOOKS AND WILL TELL THE STORY OF THE 21 SIKHS WHO FOUGHT TO DEATH IN THE 1897 BATTLE OF SARAGARHI.


with thanks : NDTV Movies : LINK : for details

BBC presenter Bobby Friction apologises for using offensive term against Sikhs


BBC Asian Network presenter and controversial DJ Bobby Friction has apologised for using offensive term against the Sikhs.

In an earlier statement, Bobby Friction had justified the use of term as "metaphor" but he had to face wrath of Sikh circles over social media. Subsequently, the controversial BBC presenter apologised for using offensive term against Sikhs. Bobby Friction's statement dated: August 16, 2015

Bobby friction clarification: My remarks on social media Re: Sikhs

I understand my use of the term "Sikh Taliban" as a metaphor has caused offence for some Sikhs. For that I apologise unreservedly. It wasn't my intention to cause pain to those people in the Sikh community who are upset by the remarks, and I hope they understand that was never intended whatsoever.

with thanks : Times of India : LINK : for detailed report.