I realized, Oh, there\'s
something to be shared
with, Always who
made the capacity to
With your satiny hairs,
You amble without a normal foot.
But with a pristine look,
Your big eyes shines luminously.
I was elated and the whole throng,
Girls were clamourning a cheers song.
We frabjously watching the cricket match,
One after one enjoyed the defenders catch..
Have you ever thought why Guru Ji, Guru Gobind Singh, gave the Kaur surname to Sikh women? Why did he not accept the status quo and keep the tradition of the woman's surname being determined by her family's name? What was Guru Ji trying to achieve by calling the Sikh woman 'a princess' (literal meaning of Kaur) ? To try to understand the possible reasons behind Guru Ji's decision, we need to look at the situation at the time in different cultures. In Indian society, the brides first and last name was often changed after her marriage. This still happens today. However, this tradition of name changing does not occur just in India. It is a phenomenon, which occurs across the whole world today. Why are women's surnames changed? The reason is family linkage. Surnames allow others to identify you and your family. In some cases the surname can tell others much more about you, such as your caste. For women the linkage to family is different in comparison to men. Their identity changes with marriage. They are no longer associated with their parents, but with their husband's family. Unsurprisingly, the man's name never changes. Some cultures go as far as considering the woman to be the property of others. This was so for the Hindu Law giver, Manu, who claimed that no woman should ever be independent. Christianity considered woman to be a product of man as Eve had come from 'the rib' of Adam. Psychologically, women have accepted these unjust rules. They are resigned to male dominance and allowed themselves to become second-class citizens. Guru ji changed all this with the revelation of the Khalsa. He gave women the opportunity to live life free of the chains of a dogmatic society. It was God's Hukam (will) . Once initiated into the Khalsa, Sikh women obtain the surname Kaur. The surname Singh (Lion) is given to men, but Kaur (princess) is reserved solely for women. This difference in names is not about inequality. Rather, Guru ji recognises the difference between men and women. As individuals we are all different from each other, but this difference does not imply inequality. Women and men are different but remain equals. Guru ji considered women and men to be unique. He respected the sexes and, therefore, made the distinction in surnames.
(In Sikhism 'SINGH' means lion and 'KAUR' means princess) Women were not treated
equally before the time of the
Sikh Gurus, and so to ensure
When God created woman he was working late on the 6th day.......
An angel came by and asked.' Why spend so much time on her? '
The lord answered. 'Have you seen all the specifications I have to meet to shape her? '
She must function on all kinds of situations,
Turban is not a piece of cloth. It is the self crowning of the individual. Hair on the face is not a decoration. It is an acceptance of Akal Moorat, to live in image of the infinity. Guru Gobind Singh said "So long as you shall be ‘Niara' specially exclusive, I will give you all the light of the Universe." To be a great teacher means to be the most perfect disciple, the most perfect student. This is the space age, the platinum age. Our society is a mess. Forget your neurosis that you do not know who you are. The slogan of the Platinum Age shall be "ENDURANCE UNTO INFINITY." The goodness of the heart shall win and men of God will prevail. Everything has a price, and infinity has an infinite price.
It is presupposed that you are the men of God. You have your beard and you have your turban and you look divine…. but you don't act divine… people get very disappointed. Therefore the situation demands that you live it.
Sikh is nothing but identity. Without identity there's no Sikh. Sikh is nothing but an identity of reality; without it, there is no Sikh religion. The Guru took us from the mud, the rituals, waste of time, and said "live ‘niara', exclusively identified."
Turban - Gift of the Guru
Itni izzat hai humre dil mai aapke liye
Kam pardh jate hai shaabdh
Aur Jo izzat shaabdho mai bayaan ho jaye
Wo izzat ki koi izzat nahi...
Since the day I was born,
Is the day my mother won.
A footstep was heard at the door and
I turned back, was amazed, quite surprisingly.
All I see is My Shadow...
Wanted to let it go, Wanted to shut the door.
The Days & Nights
Only the tears seems
to be violent..
Get ready my friend, finally
the vacations are to the end,
Pack your bag with a smile
because tomorrow we meet.
I am a person who Welcomes a smile,
A believe that the feet can walk a mile..
Some things have really made it uneasy,
Those who are special then there is no word called, 'busy'..
There is no much but little words,
You see here are lots of birds.
Delight fully singing a thank you song,
While repenting for the things done wrong.
Who'll nt stop its work with any try?
I am rich in taste, and bright,
Siting in a cab he met
her, she gave a squint
look, his eyes were
fixed for a while...
Ocean of glass, walls of water,
It's an illusion, a chimera, this world of love.
In this world, whoever went,
is just gone..
Some are blue with hits,
Some are dumped in shits,
Some where there is black-white conflicts,
Some are breaking the wall of heart brick by bricks...
For all of you who thought 12 o Clock is a joke for Sardar.
During 17th Century, when Hindustan was ruled by Mughals, all the Hindu people were humiliated and were treated like animals. Mughals treated the Hindu women as there own property and were forcing all Hindus to accept Islam and even used to kill the people if they were refusing to accept. That time, our ninth Guru, Sri Guru Teg Bhadarji came forward, in response to a request of some Kashmir Pandits to fight against all these cruel activities.
Guruji told the Mughal emperor that if he could succeed in converting him to Islam, all the Hindus would accept the same. But, if he failed, he should stop all those activities. The Mughal emperor happily agreed to that but even after lots of torture to Guruji and his fellow members he failed to convert him to Islam and Guruji along with his other four fellow members, were tortured and sacrificed their lives in Chandni Chowk. Since the Mughals were unable to convert them to Islam they were assassinated.
Thus Guruji sacrificed his life for the protection of Hindu religion. Can anybody lay down his life and that too for the protection of another religion? This is the reason he is still remembered as 'Hind Ki Chaddar', shield of India. For the sake of whom he had sacrificed his life, none of the them came forward to lift his body, fearing that they would also be assassinated.
I am one a kind, m very proud to b my own version... Singing is my hobby and poetry is my passion..! I am a girl, belonging from a very beautiful soothing state of Assam (Jorhat) ..Completed my schooling at St.Carmel school and currently studying at D.C.B. Girls college, honors in English literature; which is the NAAC Accredited " A" Graded Institution in the whole of North East India... I am a very enthusiastic person. I keep keen interest in everything which gives me pleasure and hope.... I adore and respect three things in life- TEACHERS, MOTHER and FRIENDS..Teachers is first because I respect her more than my mother, I have one of my favourite school teacher who is seriously my lucky charm, idol and my biggest inspiration, while my Mother has always been a guiding star all through out my way and my Friends who r as crazy as like me.. LIFE without FRIENDS is just like WATER without FROG.. ROCK IT, SPIN IT and LIVE IT cz u r d DJ of ur life..: -))
I Love My Life...
I realized, Oh, there\'s
something to be shared
with, Always who
made the capacity to
lift my moods out of
gloom and despair... I
realized, Oh, The Days
and Nights seems to be
equally brighter now,
Always who has enliven
and inspired me even in
the most pensive and
They realized, Oh, Now
Randhir is not like quite
realized, Oh, Now Randhir
\'s smile is quite wide
than before, They
realized, Oh, The real
magic of Love can only
happen to change her,
They realized, Oh, This
would be fair to say
that she found the only
feel of LOVE, But Wrong
are the Intentions of
the people & sayings of
the legends, that, \'Love
makes life\'... I
say, that, Is Love
everything in Life? ? .? I
argue, that, Does Loves
brings to you infinite
prosperity or support? .?
I have realized, Oh, LOVE
makes all things
beautiful, But, LIFE is the
Teacher, Experience and
Happiness itself... I
found everything in my
Life and thats what
makes me realize today
to say that, \'I love my
If I speak then truth, then relations starts to break and If I lie then my heart starts to break.
A start is the commence of everything and aught to onset is the end.
U tell, in ur nightmare I am a dream but in my dream you are lost in a blink...
Dont declare holiday on my death, instead work an extra day, if u love me..(In honour to late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam with his own quote to India)
Life is a festival. Enjoy every celebrations...
Sometimes I love to sit down on the ground just to remind me where I belong...
One of the most important reason, 'Why relationship breaks is'? One never stoops. So I always say sorry and thank you and will continue to say it.
Pyaar toh jaise ab saza hai, Dard mai khuda kasam ek maza hai. Na karna jurat mjhe bachane ki, Mujhe zinda rakhne ki bas yehi wajah hai
Ye jo pyaar pe geet pyaar se likhte hai, ye sirf ek pyaara sa sacha jhuth hai.
Mai ek sacha sauda hun, ki sab mai thora bat jati hun.
Asal baatein toh dil mai hi reh gayi. Wo anjaan dewana mujhe inn panno mai dhoonhta raha, Wahshat usey barbadi de gayi.
Wo khidmat karti hai, gulami nahi.
Hun ta teri tasveer toh vi menu mushk andi wa, Ve swah toh vi khushboo andi wa, Tera hona, nai hona eko wa, mindar, Aajkal neend vi menu kaley andi wa.
I have seen love stories ending. I have seen marriages dividing. Love is not years of togetherness. Love is appreciation. It is not an hard emotion to get into our nerves but we usually have a habit to complain and complicate things. If he pulls the chair, you serve the food. If he is low, you be a joker. If he shares his day, listen to him patiently. If he forgives you, say sorry. If he gifts you a flower, bloom a garden. Relationships are delicate like babies. If you poke them, it will leave a scar. You need to love the love in order to be loved back. It is an give and take process.