User talk:Sarbjeet 1313me
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Well done! I hope you like the barnstar!" Cheers, Hari singhtalk Hari Singh 06:57, 4 March 2008 (MST)
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Bhai sahib ji, Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh
The backup is done. It was a very long list of messages. Please free to ask me again if you need this processed repeated or perhaps you want to try it yourself next time. Please feel free to ask either way. Kind regards, Hari Singhtalk 13:31, 8 February 2010 (UTC)
Veerji, saw you were on, just wanted to say hello. 4am here . Rab Rakha
Bhai Sahib ji, Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh
Should we bow down before NISHAAN SAHIB? The short answer is no. The Sikh only bows to the shabad Guru, the essence of Waheguru and nothing else. However we respect everyone and live in humility and humbleness and if one shows respect to the Nishan as it reminds them of the Guru and hence Guru Shabad then who are we to discourage this.
Some people pay respects to material things belonging to the Guru as it connects them to the Guru and so to the Shabad Guru - the word or command of the Guru. The important thing is the shabad - the meaning in the words of Gurbani. We show deep respect and follow the words of the Guru - That is what we promise to do when we bow to the Guru. "Waheguru, I accept your words and your hukam". However, if we do not follow the shabad then the bowing is in vain; it is wasted. So as long as you learn and dwell on the words of the Guru then bow to whatever connects you to this word; that is the real meaning of bowing in Sikhi - bowing and accepting the shabad.
Many thanks to you and S Mandeep Singh ji. I am only the delivery-man; the message I hope is as sent by the Guru through Gurbani. Please continue to spread the beautiful message of the tall, tall Guru who dwarfs us all; but with such an able leader, I don't think we can go wrong provide we continue to practise Gurmat as did the Sikhs like Baba Deep Singh, etc. May he give us the strength and vision to stay on his path.
I am most grateful for the reminder; I will update the active user list in 2 or 3 days. Veer ji, Many thanks for your kind words; everyone in the family is very well by the grace of Guru Nanak; may his nadar prevail at all times. I hope the same applies to all your family. Keep in chardikala. Raab Rakha. Hari Singhtalk 03:19, 25 March 2010 (UTC)
long time no see
Sarbjeet ji, hope all is well in Jammu, have not seen or rather heard from you here in a long time. Hope all the family is well.
Rab Rakhaa Allenwalla 04:41, 14 May 2010 (UTC)
Need to bring to the attention of parents of young Sikh brides in India
Dear Sarbjeet Singh ji, Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh
I have come across a particular problem with Sikh boys marrying NRI girls and then divorcing them before the 2 years so that the girl has to leave UK and go back to her country of origin; they keep the dowry and all the items belonging to the girl. I want to investigate the viability of creating a database of these perpetrators so that this trend can be stemmed. I wonder if a database can be setup using Orkut or such platform to help bring these perpetrators to the attention of parents of girls in India and other NRI countries so that they can be better informed about these types of people. This trend is leading to a lot of misery for our young girls.
I have come across a Sikh boy in the UK who has been married twice and is divorcing for the second time and has already lined up a new bride in India. I have been involved in trying to assist the second girl but the boy and his family are not interested in negotiation or any compromise. Can you help in setting up this database?
The database should hold the pictures of the boy and/or his family - say up to 5 images in jpeg or other format; fields for his first name, surname and location details consisting of Town, County/District and Country; age and summary text field of 1000-5000 characters. Any help in setting up this would be most welcomed. Many thanks, Hari Singhtalk 23:02, 4 July 2010 (UTC)
How are you? Do you have more pics of gurjrat guruduaras? (Lucky 08:16, 20 July 2010 (UTC))
Many thanks for your kind response; hope you had an excellent trip and that all are keeping in chardikala. Please let us have a glimpse of some of the Gurdwara picture and historical significance of some of these Gurdwaras when you get some free time.
Also, please let me know if you think it will be feasible to create a database or a controlled forum as mentioned in my previous message so that some of these marital and domestic problems can be highlighted and discussed; it would help a lot of people who are left in a very difficult situation.
I am sorry I did not reply earlier; I had seen your reply and the long quote and wanted to read this in full before replying - Sorry Veer ji for not dealing with this immediately.
This initiative by S. Balwant Singh Ramoowalia seems very good but I have a feeling this will take a long time - What I have in mind was a site like Wikileaks - which is a database of wrongs hidden away by governments and large organisation - we need to setup a NRI abusers database so that all the girls who have had a bad experience can submit the picture and details of the abuser.
Thanks, I had noticed that you had taken care of the edit (ullu) just after I had noticed the word. Thanks for taking the time yo improve the page.
Raab Rakha, Allenwalla 08:27, 22 March 2011 (EDT)
Just noticed the article Narender Singh Kapany that you created - Veer ji, this may be a duplication of Dr. Narinder Singh Kapany? It may be worth merging the two into one article. Many thanks and warm regards, Hari Singhtalk 19:27, 19 June 2011 (EDT)
Many thanks for the reply and for your kindness in asking about the family. With Guru's kind kirpa all is well and it is our ardas that Waheguru will continue to bless us with his nadar. I hope, veer ji that you and your family too are keeping in good health and in chardikala; also that the trip to Himachal went well.
I am very grateful for your continuous help at Sikhwiki and it is my wish that together we are making a few more people in this vast world learn about the beautiful message of the Gurus. Warm regards and best wishes, Hari Singhtalk 20:38, 28 June 2011 (EDT)
Contact meeting in India
Many thanks for your kind words. It was great to chat on the telephone. Many thanks for trying to contact Bhai sahib. I have now made contact with Lucky ji and hopefully we may be able to meet in the next day or so.
I am sorry I did not let you know of my plans earlier. I will remember in future to contact you before so that we can have a contact meeting in Punjab.