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People people people i only came onto the site because of this topic. If ateek has any more I would be interested to hear them. In the old sampardas esp the sewapanthis and udasis no females are taken as students and taught any vidiya and for nihangs it is similar. Please note- The Katha is awesome!!!!!!!

The address is kam hotmail. The list of the videos are below.

Asa Di Vaar Steek – Prof Sahib Singh Ji

Thanks Singh, if it is the normal taksali singhs from Brum or Leeds doing the recordings then they will never see the light of day. Vxar a thred running on who Sant Waryam Singh Ji was and his parchar in Sikhi i have decided to put up a number of videos of their divans.

I am aware many people have got images of a number of granths but like to keep them hidden away so I thought I would share this one with the sangat. Important Information Terms of Use. Sign In Sign Up. The prices are included that is for the uk, anything abroud will differ as the books will ned to e sent by post or coriur.


I will find the audio katha for you so you can understand the background. Everything posted by kam Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Page 3 of Modern day groups have done alot to try and readdress this balance with alot more women coming to the forefront. This is a great site, does anyone have a contact for the website owner as i would like to post the pdfs on gurmatveechar as well but want to ask the site owner before i do. I have attached an awesome clip of Katha by Giani Harbhajan Singh Ji Dhudhike Wale about this topic and the changes with teh karah parshad maryada today.

Asa Di Vaar Steek – Prof Sahib Singh Ji

There is so much knowledge contained in these on how to live as the ideals of the Lord and become one with the pooran Brahm; Be aware most divans are 2 – 3 hous long Video http: I was fortunate enough to find an old video of the Shaheed Akal Takhat Jathedar giving gurbani updesh. There are a few singhs in canada who post Baba jis videos on youtube as well.

I have not read al the threads but steeek write the following: I was hoping to get this book turned into an audiobook. The Sants are found in the Nirmala deras mostly. The divan is incomplete but still it is worth listening to The video link is here http: There are three of Aasa Jis Kathas on Gurmatveechar. The Gurmukh who was doing this though I ended up ignoring via email so I will try to apologise for my mistakes and hopefully get this done again. This is an interesting thread, the problem we have is the view of women in Sikhi.


Teh books in red have already gone. Out of the Puratan Sampardas you will never get a female Sant in the Nihangs, Sewapanthis or Udasis because of their view towards women and Maya. Right seen this some time ago but not had a chence to come on the forum, Sant Fateh Chand were part of the Sewapanthi Samparda where they use a metaphor title to show the continuation of the samparda.

On a personal view i agree with the views of osingh, only Keertan should be done at Sri Darbar Sahib as is done to the day. Please takea a look and if you are interested contact me via email.

Please have a listen below then discuss your views. I am aware not many people look at the Gurmatveechar thread that is running thus I have created this seperate thread. Ok people here are the complete lists of books i have for sale so far.

Asa Di Vaar Steek

Karah Parshad history and the Shortening of Rehraas. The video and audio have been put onto GurmatVeechar. The Hinali Janam sakhi can be found in archives and old libraries that keep manuscripts, I do not believe they are in existance today, the lateer Hindalis took amrit and became part of the Panth. Thank you for the great links.