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Manni Sandhu & Manjinder Singh Shergill - Sant Jarnail Singh Ji (Out Now)

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Immortal Productions presents "Sant Jarnail Singh Ji" by Manni Sandhu & Dhadi Manjinder Singh Shergill featuring sarangi by Jatinder Singh Shergill.

 

The single is taken from the forthcoming Immortal Productions album, "Gadar Di Goonj" (More information on this coming soon).

Available on iTunes, the full video will be releasing shortly!

All proceeds from the single & album go to seva as always. None of the artists involved in Immortal Production projects are paid.

The full album will be releasing this Vaisakhi 2013 and will be featuring Tigerstyle, Manni Sandhu, Moneyspinner & Time Production, Gupsy Aujla, Highflyers, Cloud 9, Bakshi Billa and many more.

All members, which consists of various skilled people, work on the projects on a seva (selfless service) basis in their spare time.  Their emphasis is on the propagation of Sikh values through engaging media, such as music, which will connect with people that would not necessarily be able to connect or understand traditional methods of Sikh teaching.

All proceeds go to Seva, so benti to buy original copy.

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  Sant Jarnail Singh Ji - Single - Manni Sandhu, Manjinder Singh Shergill & Jatinder Singh Shergill

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Tee sangha
-1 #37 Tee sangha 2013-04-12 16:43
Jassiya
Zindabaad to bhindrawala I don't think so fella

Ru a Sikh how can you prove that, as you very easily have decided that I'm not a Sikh...how can you prove this to me?

Like I said before my opinion is mine only. Enough said.

Tee sangha. Sangha sangha sangha. Just for you lol
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Realist.
0 #36 Realist. 2013-04-12 12:33
@ Tee Sangha,

many debates have hap[censored]ed however due to the religious and personal contexts of the issue people get emotionally charged and it becomes more about feeling and less about facts. And as youve seen here it leads to name calling and false accusations with one side telling the other that they're not sikhs, and the other calling the other terrorists.
Personally Nihal has the best discussions, simply because he plays the devils advocate...but a lot of apne people havent seemed to work out what that is and go on a witch hunt againt him.
Check out Rajoana TV on youtube, they provide facts and proof when discussing these issues.
Rgarding Prof Bhullar

http://www.prisonerwelfare.com/prof-devinderpal-singh-bhullar/

I think hes suffered enough, either end his life or give him freedom he doesnt deserve to suffer in prison...
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Tee sangha
-1 #35 Tee sangha 2013-04-12 12:19
Seen on media professor Bullar to be hanged ..??.? Now that's a different topic, so I'm not a Sikh mr jassi ya

I know my stuff
At
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Tee sangha
-1 #34 Tee sangha 2013-04-12 12:17
I am a Sikh guy

My views are my views only and not for others to tell me what I have to believe or not.
To say that I not a Sikh because I don't follow you is a unair comment and yes I am educated thank you very much, also in a respected job in London as a director of a healthcare service for young youth.

I thank all the younger generation who follow this terrorist and to adore him a great deal as we're clearly not getting it fit on this topic, maybe be a good idea to have this forum on radio or sikh channel or sangat tv that really would be interesting
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Raajiv
+5 #33 Raajiv 2013-04-11 18:36
I as a hindu punjabi and would like to say that bhindranwala is not to blame for the 84 attack. It is clear that it was the corrupt government. Too much corruption in india. Bhindranwala had a lot of respect for all religions. He never said a bad word about lord krishna or lord ram. Just listen to his speacher. Jai Krishna. peace to my sikh brothers.
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__Jassiyaa
0 #32 __Jassiyaa 2013-04-11 18:32
In addition to this maharaj states we should respect such saints and we beg to be the dust of such saints. Bhindranwala is obviously a saint with the ammount of bani he did. So if you slander saints and dont listen to the teaching of maharaj can you call yourself a sikh? ask yourself that.
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__Jassiyaa
0 #31 __Jassiyaa 2013-04-11 18:31
Quoting Pop Star:
Quoting _Jasssiya:
Btw tee sangha. You're blatantly not sikh so please stop using the 'sangha' name aiming to portray you being from a sikh family. We all know you're RSS out to attack sikhi. Big up to the real Sikhs holding it down in the 21st century. Sant jarnail Singh Ji zindabaddddhhh! Akaaaal he akaal. Kaligdar patshah de ladley sikh.


So you're saying, if someone doesnt agree with your 'SIKHI' ways they are not Sikh.
"fair" argument


Yaar meri gal sun, everyone has their own opinion. But you can tell my peoples views when they genuinly have an argument or are out to attack a faith. This sangha fella is blatently out to attack the sikh faith.
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Pop  Star
0 #30 Pop Star 2013-04-11 18:02
Quoting _Jasssiya:
Btw tee sangha. You're blatantly not sikh so please stop using the 'sangha' name aiming to portray you being from a sikh family. We all know you're RSS out to attack sikhi. Big up to the real Sikhs holding it down in the 21st century. Sant jarnail Singh Ji zindabaddddhhh! Akaaaal he akaal. Kaligdar patshah de ladley sikh.


So you're saying, if someone doesnt agree with your 'SIKHI' ways they are not Sikh.
"fair" argument
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_Jasssiya
0 #29 _Jasssiya 2013-04-11 16:15
Btw tee sangha. You're blatantly not sikh so please stop using the 'sangha' name aiming to portray you being from a sikh family. We all know you're RSS out to attack sikhi. Big up to the real Sikhs holding it down in the 21st century. Sant jarnail Singh Ji zindabaddddhhh! Akaaaal he akaal. Kaligdar patshah de ladley sikh.
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_Jasssiya
+1 #28 _Jasssiya 2013-04-11 16:13
Ok mr tee sangha. You sound like a immature uneducated fool that feeds off what the government tells you. I will once again state this; the government wasn't after him. They was out to massacre Sikhs as they seen the sikh movement and progression as a threat to their 'beautiful HINDUSTAN'. We was Sikhs never get what is promised. They pre planned the harmandar sahib attack. They aimed to silence the sikh nation. And they have indeed been successful in that objective with majority of the Sikhs. But real Sikhs will always fight for righteousness.
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Tee sangha
0 #27 Tee sangha 2013-04-11 16:00
All you persons in the topic page which is getting very interesting indeed should realise that prick was not a god not a messiah not a guru nor a leader is he was the above why did he not surrender and leave the darbar sahib rather than hide like s pussy.

He isn't no saint and I will not say wane guru to him he does not deserve it.

I await comment from you so called Sikhs who just seem to back up what other simplified Sikhs believe in.

Ps, all the people who think that bhindrawala prick is right just imagine that your family were in the darbar sahib and this hap[censored]ed and your family got killed how would you feel.....?....
It's only because none of your family or relatives in India got killed or hurt in anyway way that you follow what you are being told here in the local temples, which then the Gyani all they do is brainwash you saying bindrawala prick was a god and support him,

Any comments
Tee sangha
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Manj khalistan
0 #26 Manj khalistan 2013-04-11 12:18
The idea that Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhinderwale was a ‘fundamentalist ’ or even a ‘terrorist’ is an image created with no credible evidence or referencing by government officials, reinforced by government documents and commonly accepted and reiterated by journalists, historians, media channels, religious textbooks and the public at large. Many of the claims are supported by a selective interpretation of a particular quote from Sant Ji or supported simply by the authority of the Government. The lack of evidence illustrates the poor nature of much of the work in the immediate aftermath of Operation Bluestar.
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