The root problems with Missionaries vs Dasam Granth

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The excommunicated Kala Afghana was known to question every practice of Sikhi and he even published a book called “Bipran ki Reet ton Sach da Marg” where he tore apart various practices of the religion. The objective of Kala Afghana was to target the core of Sikhi to divide Sikhs into inner fighting.

Kala Afghana’s main target was to associate Sikh practices to that of Hinduism so that Sikhs would outright reject them as they’ve always considered extremist Hindu forces a threat to the religion following 1984. He managed to gain following and some of his followers started to preach his book to the wider Sikh masses. It’s widely known that the Missionary College of Ludhiana is influenced by him and they’ve managed to carry out a significant portion of his work.

Recent viral recordings of Sarbjit Singh Dhunda in California have revealed that although he accepts Chaupai Sahib and Jaap Sahib part of nitnem, he doesn’t accept them to be writings of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The reason provided was that the Akal Takht has issued Hukamnamas which specifically state that the Banis are part of Nitnem. It appears after the “Grand Plan” of Missionaries to take over Sri Akal Takht Sahib, they probably will denounce those Banis as they refuse to accept them to be written by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Dr Anurag Singh provides an analysis on how these Anti Dasam Granth atheists are diluting Sikh tradition: 

After having failed to confront any Scholar this Anti-Guru Gobind Singh and Anti-Dasam Granth lobby has thrown a gauntlet to the writers to provide answers to their puerile questions, which is a product of their negative and devilish mind.

Let these Sick minds reveal why they go in hiding when scholars are very much in the countries of their dirty game plan.

Secondly, have they exhausted their questions on Dasam Granth? When they will attain wisdom from their ALI BABA to answer the questions put to these half-baked 40 Thieves, trading in the name of Sikhism like MINAS (Highway Robbers), Masasands, Dhirmalias, Niranjanias, etc.

Thirdly, If ALI BABA had trained you only with putting nonsensical questions and is misusing you with money power, get some training also in confronting the questions.  You may be serving the ALI BABA, but we are not your servants to reply to your every nonsense. You are paid for this balderdash, but we are trained by our Guru to follow the dictum:  “MURAKHAI NAAL NA LUJHIAI”

Now my question to these paid propagandists are:

  1. When the Hindus started the practice of cutting their hairs and shaving beards?
  2. Do you know that there are commandments even in BIBLE to wear turban and drawers(Kachh)?

If you are well-versed in the Scriptures of the world, which you claim to be, then answer these two simple questions to get answer for your silly question to defame the respected saints.  If you failed to answer these two simple questions by 20th May 2016, it shall be presumed that you and your ALI BABA are mere Atheists and the Sikh community will be informed accordingly.

Controversial Radio Host of Radio Virsa Harnek Singh stated on a phone conversation that he was formulating a plan on banning Nitnem Banis. He also revealed a larger ten year plan to eradicate Sikh institutions.

He stated that the plan needs to start with the Akal Takht which can take 10 years to take over and then working towards changing the maryada and accepted Banis of Sri Akal Takht Sahib.

The radio host is a Missionary follower that is against the Dasam Granth and openly speaks out about it. The guest on the show can be heard saying that he hasn’t ever done Katha of Sri Jaap Sahib and Swaiyee and alluded that he doesn’t believe in them.

He talked about focusing on a long term plan to eradicate the Nitnem Banis and dividing Sikhs.

An excerpt of the conversation:

01 Controversial Comments on Radio

02  Harpreet Singh Makhu Audio

It was just a matter of time until videos started surfacing of heads of the college that targeted Amrit Banis and Sikh practices. Sarbjit Singh Dhunda became popular quite quickly because his way of preaching was very similar to that of Kala Afghana. The Sikh community praised Dhunda because they started to think he was eliminating the Hinduism from their daily practices. However, Sarbjit Singh Dhunda was dividing Sikhs between Dasam Granth Supporters and Non Dasam Granth Supporters.

Sarbjit Singh Dhunda took the Kala Afghana strategy a step further by targeting Sri Hemkunt Sahib and questioning the existence. He often uses Gurbani to fit his agenda despite not having the correct context. The Sikh community who doesn’t read Gurbani on a daily basis falls victim because they look at Dhunda as a learned GurSikh which he isn’t.

Who is Kala Afghana?

Gurbakhsh Singh Kala Afgana is an excommunicated Sikh and author of the controversial book Bipran ki Reet ton Sach da Marg. He was born in 1922 and studied in Government High School of Mian Chunu in Multan (now in Pakistan). He did his college from Government College of Mintgumri.

In 1947 at the time of partition of India he moved from Multan (Pakistan) to Gurdaspur (India). His family left the land, house and pension of his father in Pakistan. There was no income for the entire family and he was helpless and started to work in the Police department, which he always used to make fun of. As he himself admitted that in this job and in subordination, he did some mistakes which a Sikh is not suppose to do. Ultimately he retired from the police department in 1981.

Then he wrote the sequel of Bipran ki Reet ton Sach da Marg where he questioned the basic tenants of Sikhism, including the ceremony of Sikh baptism (Amrit). He also questioned some of the Sikh hymns (banees) recited during Sikh baptism and daily Nitnem.

He also used derogatory language for some of the most respected Sikh leaders and scholars of contemporary times including Bhai Vir Singh, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Giani Gurbachan Singh and Bhai Randhir Singh. He also denigrated the maryada of the Sikh holy shrine, The Golden Temple in Amritsar.

His supporters consider him as a revolutionary writer whereas his critics label him as someone who is inflicted by Brahmin phobia. So much so that he dared to challenge the very basic tenants of Sikhism by labeling them as a Brahminic rituals.

Kala Afghana on Amrit Vela

What Kala Afghana says about Amrit Vela (English Translation):

Volume 4 (10 Book Collection) page 50 of Kala Afgana writings

“There is no Shabad in Gurbaani in which we can determine or sense any importance or relevance of the late hours of the night or the early hour of the morning which is indicative of any special powers to transform a person who recites Baani at that time. It does not make anyone immortal.

In those hours a farmer goes to the farms, for the military personal it’s a strategic time to go for the kill and to kill innocent people who are sleeping. The policemen are also trying to catch thieves in those hours, people who capture birds and animals for a living are active in those hours . Its also the most beneficial hours for dacoits, murderers, anti national elements and characterless people. After deliberation of the above there is no doubt that such a time can never be “AMRIT VELA”.

What Guru Granth Sahib Ji says about Amrit Vela:

4th Nanak talks about the significance of such hours for a Sikh (SGGS – pages 305-306)


The person who claims to be a Sikh of Satguru has to rise in the late hours of the night/early hours of the morning to meditate on HARNAAM/Name of the Lord.


He or she puts the effort in these hours , bathes and bathes in Amrit Naam/Nectar.


At and after dawn he or she sings/recites Gurbaani and performing any duties of life keeps meditating on Har Naam/Lords Naam.