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•ੴ|| New Delhi •being stupid #HalaMadrid always

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Itni Khushi kis baat ki bhai...😌🔥

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It's festive all around...🔥🔥♥️😌 A Happy Diwali and Happy Bandi Chor Divas to all of you and your family 🎇♥️

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People be like posting stories and sharing pictures of the events they went to and I be like reacting to their stories and liking their pictures..😌🔥 #lazy #people #having #blackandwhite #real #candid

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Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out...😌

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Thank you Ronaldo for preserving and taking the pride and dignity of Real Madrid to a whole new level....♥️🔥 hope your form gets better & better at Turin♥️ #halamadrid always #tribute #to #cristianoronaldo #realmadrid

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Just experiencing the most beautiful, extraordinary Mother nature...♥️♥️ #boating #nature #lake #nanital #nainilake #feels #weather

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He's not a Dude, he's a Man, he's the God of Thunder...♥️🔥🔥 Made by me..♥️♥️😂 #thor #sonofodin #strongest #avengers #avengersinfinitywar #stormbreaker #godofthunder #chrishemsworth

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You can always find a person who will ruin a good photo..😂😂🔥♥️

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So there's nothing much to say other than a Good Bye...♥️

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The photo tells everything...♥️

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So this is the last post...all the important things I felt you all should be aware of..🙏 #sikhism #khalsa #awareness

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Guru Granth Sahib or Adi Sri Granth Sahib Ji is more than just a scripture of the Sikhs, for the Sikhs regard and respect the Granth (holy book) as their living Guru. The revealed holy text spans 1430 pages and contains the actual words spoken by the founders of the Sikh religion (the Ten Gurus of Sikhism). Guru Granth Sahib was bestowed the Guruship by the last of the human form Sikh Masters, Guru Gobind Singh Ji in 1708. Before passing away, Guru Gobind Singh Ji decreed that the Sikhs were to regard the Granth Sahib as their next and everlasting Guru. Guru Ji said – “Sab Sikhan ko hokam hai Guru Manyo Granth” meaning “All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru”. And never to consider any sadhu sant as their guru. Guru Arjun set to compile the Shabads into a single volume, the Adi Granth. Guru Arjun added a great many of his own Shabads to those of Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das and Guru Ram Das. He also added Shabads of thirtysix Hindu and Muslim Saints, among them Kabir, Ravi Das, Naam Dev, Trilochan and Sheikh Farid. This was the first time any religion incorporated the works of sincere devotees of other religions into its own scripture; this reflects the universality of thought which underlies the Sikh belief in One God, and the one family of humanity as children of God. Guru Arjun left some blank pages in the Granth. When Bhai Gur Das asked the purpose of this, he answered that one of the Gurus to follow him would add the Shabads in their proper place at the proper time. In time the shabads of Guru Teg Bahadur, the ninth Manifestation of the Guru’s Light, were added by Guru Gobind Singh and thus the Siri Guru Granth Sahib was complete. The Guru Granth Sahib provides unique and unequalled guidance and advice to the whole of the human race. It is the torch that will lead humanity out of Kaljug, (the dark era) to a life in peace, tranquillity and spiritual enlightenment for all the nations of the World. #shrigurugranthsahibji #sikhism #awareness

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The Kirpan (ceremonial sword) worn by followers of the Sikh religion sometimes raises questions or concerns among people who are unfamiliar with the religion or it's tenants. The Kirpan is an ingrained part of the Sikh religion and is in many ways it's religious symbolism is similar to the Cross in Christianity. Sikhism is a 500 year old religion with over 20 million followers worldwide. It is ranked as a major world religion. Guru Nanak (1469-1539) who preached a message of One God for all of humanity founded it. He stressed loving devotion to God and universal principles of morality, truth and honest living and full equality of mankind irrespective of race, caste, creed or sex. Nine successive prophets succeeded Guru Nanak, the line ending with Guru Gobind Singh in 1708. Sikhism is not a new-age movement, cult or sect, but a well established and respected major world religion with it's own distinctive beliefs and practices. The Kirpan has been an integral part of the Sikh religion since it's early inception and has a very sacred religious symbolism for Sikhs. To suggest that it is a `dagger', or a `weapon' or merely a cultural symbol is both misleading and offensive to Sikhs. To Sikhs the Kirpan is religiously symbolic of their spirituality and the constant struggle of good and morality over the forces of evil and injustice, both on a individual as well as social level. The usage of the Kirpan in this religious context is clearly indicated in the Sikh holy scriptures (Sri Guru Granth Sahib) and wearing it is ment to inspire a Sikh. The practice of Sikhs carrying the Kirpan as a religious symbol can be traced back to the lifetime of the sixth Sikh prophet, Guru Hargobind (1595-1644). Guru Hargobind regularly carried two swords, symbolic of a Sikhs spiritual as well as temporal obligations. Guru Hargobind introduced Sikhs to the concept of being a Sant-Sipahi (Saint-Soldier). A Sikh must be a Saint always meditating and remembering God. At the same time a Sikh is also expected to be a soldier, a person taking part in their social responsibilities to their family and community. Following the path of law, order and morality as laid out by the Sikh Gurus. #kirpan

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The Khanda is the symbol of the Sikhs. It reflects some of the fundamental concepts of Sikhism. The symbol derives its name from the double-edged sword (also called a Khanda) which appears at the center of the logo. This double-edged sword is a metaphor of Divine Knowledge, its sharp edges cleaving Truth from Falsehood. The circle around the Khanda is the Chakar. The Chakar being a circle without a beginning or and end symbolizes the perfection of God who is eternal. The Chakar is surrounded by two curved swords called Kirpans. These two swords symbolize the twin concepts of Meeri and Peeri - Temporal and Spiritual authority introduced by Guru Hargobind. They emphasize the equal emphasis that a Sikh must place on spiritual aspirations as well as obligations to society. #khanda #sikhism #awareness

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♥️🔥 #pacificday

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Hamare Doctor sahab ki ye Video dekhni bohot jaruri Hai aapko...😂😂🔥

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I had the ticket for first day first show and they had the tickets for first day second show...😂 INFINITY WAR..🔥🔥🔥🔥♥️♥️♥️♥️ #avengersinfinitywar #bestmovie #marvelstudios

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Wish you a very happy birthday Sona..♥️ After all, this photo tells everything of how we grew up together...I wish you a bright future, stay blessed and have a nice day..♥️🎂🥂