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Wiki Loves Monuments - PakistanEdit

Hi 84singh84!

Wiki Loves Monuments, the world's largest photography competition, will be taking place in Pakistan this September. The competition is all about capturing the cultural monuments and heritage sites of Pakistan and uploading these images on Commons to create an online repository which will be freely available to all.

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Sikhism ArticlesEdit

Paramdeeptung (talk) 07:37, 28 November 2016 (UTC)Waheguruji Ka Khalsa Waheguruji ki Fateh!


Respected Sir

I belong to a Sikh family. I have been disturbed at the way pages showing the history of Guru's. It has been referring to a "death" date which according to me is incorrect. I recently visited Nanded and there is a museum that is dedicated to the Sikh History. In these museums there is a plethora of knowledge available regarding our Sikh history. In one of the information board (picture attached) it is written that the Son of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Ajit Singh Ji attained martyrdom. Now every of our Guru was a fighter. Guru Gobind Singh Ji also knew about his date upon which he will become immortal. It is believed that Guruji after the same event prepared his own Angeetha (pyre) (http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Death_of_Guru_Gobind_Singh#Setting_His_Own_Pyre).

My submission to you is that we must not use the term of death for our Guru's as they are all alive in the form of Guru Granth Sahib Ji as it is said "Sab sikhan ko hukum hai Guru Manyo Granth, Guru Granth Ji manyo Pragat Gura'n di Deh, Jo Prabh ko milbo chahe, khoj shabad main le." So I guess everyone who obeys Guru Granth Sahib Ji will always see his/her Guru Ji in his bodily avatar always (As it is said Pragat Gurua'n di Deh). But someone who leaves physical form of human body can never come back in such form unless the person who leaves the physical form of human body proclaims something to still consist of his/her physical form.

So let us make our Guru's immortal as Guruji Himself said it!

I tried several things such as these: 1- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Dispute_resolution_noticeboard#Summary_of_dispute_by_Arjayay (The dispute does not seem to be in my favour) 2- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Paramdeeptung#November_2016 (My attempts to edit pages were undone and finally I was blocked as well) 3- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nanded#Dies (No one is in my support) 4- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Arjayay#hi (This user said I need to develop consensus)

My hope now lies in you. Please find the attached picture it is taken from a museum in Nanded. I assume people who are enforcing their rI aights have never been to Nanded as well.

Image:   Please revert.

Best wishes Paramdeep Singh Tung