Following up from our earlier article
on the issue of Dasam Granth Parkaash alongside Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji , the 2nd of two Darbars was held on March 7 2009 ,unlike the 1st one
Thankfuly hardly anyone turned up to this event.Local sources in and around the Gurdwara have informed us of the outrage expressed by the local sangat at this act of Parkaash of Dasam Granth alongside Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
A member of the sangat who has been in contact with us through email and would only like to be identified as 'H Singh' wrote the following;
The regular occruance of these events by taksaal and other groups is very very alarming to the local sangat in the UK as can be seen by their views on the issue,the common man from the sangat is scared away to such an extent he has to another Gurdwara due to the atmosphere being disrupted ,is this Sikhi?Where we have one Guru one Panth and one Granth?
Hypocrasy of those involved is also pointed out in the email along with their double standards
Below are some pictures we've been told that the UK sangat may well recognise faces from Takaal,Nanaksar,and even Namdhari,the usual coconut smashing as seen in the pics above took place ,the Darbar as you can see is empty ,that just shows what the local sangat believe most are so bafffled they don't attened when these 'outsiders' appear with their brahmin rituals
'''The Durbar was well attended by many Sampradaya including the Damdami Taksal, Nihangs and others as well. Hence, all in all the sangat showed their love and support for the Sant-Sipahi / Warrior Saint concepts that are integrally interwoven into the fabric of Sikhi by supporting the Bir Ras Durbar and the following Rehansbhai Kirtan which was well attended through the early hours and the Asa di Vaar Kirtan at 6.30 am.
Kirtani, naujawan paathi and Kathakaar who performed in support of the program included Ragi Bhai Balwant Singh Josh, Bhai Mohan Singh (Sikh Awareness Society), Bhai Ranjeet Singh Rana, Bhai Maan Singh, Naujawan Inderjit Singh, Bhai Satpal Singh and Jaspal Singh, Giani Sukdev Singh (Malaysia), Bhai Vikram Singh Nihang, the daughters of Bhai Amrik Singh (Damdami Taksal), Bibi Sukhjinder Kaur, Bhai Aman Singh, Hardeep Singh, Rajan Singh and Professor Amar Singh. '''
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