Naujawan Sabha stands by teachings of Shabad Guru, SGGS, guided by SRM, abiding Akaal Takht hukamnamas

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Statement | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 25 May 2017 | Asia Samachar |

Message from Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia on its stand related to current issues

Manyog jio

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (SNSM) was established in the late 1960s. The appointed Jathedars conducted sewa just as one runs a relay race, i.e. baton passed but still running the same race. From day one, SNSM stood by the teachings of Shabad Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, guided by Sikh Rehat Maryada and abiding to hukamnamas of Akaal Takhat Sahib. There is no change in this stand till today.

2. Of late, many asked on what is SNSM’s stand? This message is to provide clarity and also to make it clear that SNSM would like to focus and continue serving the Sangat, specifically the Naujawans. This can only be done with support of the Sangat.

3. On Sri Dasam Granth, SNSM abides to the Gurmata 1, A:3/08/3145 dated 6 June 2008 issued by Akaal Takhat Sahib, which quotes, “…The entire Sikh Panth be informed that the Sri Dasam Granth is inseparable part of history and literature of Sikh Panth but Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji did not impart it recognition equal to Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji…’.

4. To understand what Waheguru wants from us, let us learn how to read Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji, understand and apply in our ‘jeevan’. If we do not apply it remains as info. “PaRiaai Naahee Bhedh Bujhiaai PaavaNaa”.

5. Let us all come together to forge unity as this is what our Guru wanted at all times. We are his children, “Ek pitaa Ekas Ke Ham Baarik Too Meraa Gur Haae’ee”, and our mission is to be one with our Creator, Waheguru.

Jathedar,
Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia

[The statement was shared at the Facebook page of SNSM]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. On Sri Dasam Granth, SNSM abides to the Gurmata 1, A:3/08/3145 dated 6 June 2008 issued by Akaal Takhat Sahib, which quotes, “…The entire Sikh Panth be informed that the Sri Dasam Granth is inseparable part of history and literature of Sikh Panth but Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji did not impart it recognition equal to Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji…’.

    This clearly indicates that Akaal Takth had clarified this matter, and there should not be any kind of restriction from MGC for reading or singing Dasam Granth bani in the Gurdwara, (this includes singing “Deh Siva Bar Mohe…”). And, Dr. Karminder should stop doing nindia of Dasam Granth!

    Why it took so long for the SNSM Jathedar to say this?

  2. The DM controversy is divisive and may be it is time to stop the debate as there never may be any consensus.

    I do not know much about DM or other religious texts so I do not side with any group as both claim to be experts and knowledgeable but it pains me to see the divisive effect when both groups are trying to prove that they are right. Even guidance from SGPC is also of no benefit.

    GSK

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