Friday, May 05, 2006

Videos

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

8 comments:

SINGH said...

Rip off of the original 1984 Tribute. Same music and same wording. Wheres your originality dawg?

giani said...

Please do not torture us with this substandard material. Please don't touch footage unless you can justify it honorably.

Jasmeet said...

Mr Singh, I loved the Videos!!! Can you upload them especially the one on Bhai Talwinder Singh so that I can download it. I want to use this video in a presentation on 84 etc.

Some info:

Jathedar Talwinder Singh was born at village Panchhat (tehsil Phagwara, district Kapurthala). After passing his matriculation examination from the village school, he started cultivating his land. In 1970, he migrated to Canada. After getting Amrit, Jathedar Talwinder Singh started missionary activities. His first act was to stop the sale of Guru Granth Sahib as an ordinary book in Canada. Later, he undertook the mission of elimination of un-Sikh like practices from the Gurdwaras in Canada. He, along with his friends, had to struggle hard to stop the entry of bare-headed people into the worship halls of the Gurdwaras.

After the killing 13 Sikhs, by the Nirankari cult, at Amritsar, on April 13, 1978, he went to Punjab and organized the Sikh youth. His organization punished those who were guilty of blasphemy and sacrilege of the Sikh shrines and/or leaders of anti-Sikh Mafia gangs. For some months the Government could not know anything about the organization. In November 1981, the Government was able to identify the leaders of the organization. Jathedar Talwinder escaped arrest. In 1982, he returned to Canada via Nepal and Thailand. He continued his activities in the Western Hemisphere. As a result of conspiracy of one of his colleagues (Satnam Singh Babbar of Germany), he was arrested on June 29, 1983, while entering Germany. He had to undergo a hunger strike to win his right to turban and vegetarian meals in Düsseldorf jail (Germany). In June 1984, he was released unconditionally. He was arrested again, in Canada, in November 1985, in connection with the blasting of an Indian airliner. In Canada as well he was acquitted in April 1986. He was arrested again, in May 1986. He remained in jail till April 14, 1987. He had to undergo hunger strike again for right to vegetarian meals. After some time he left Canada to join the Sikh army. He participated in several expedition and actions. In October 1992, he was arrested at Jammu and was mercilessly tortured. He was killed in a fake encounter, on October 15, 1992 at village Kang Araian (district Jullundur).

Sarabjit Singh said...

giani ji! I don't get it...

What does "Please don't touch footage unless you can justify it honorably" mean?

Please educate...

giani said...

Ok let me put it in lamen terms, use your own creativity do not rip off old videos (ie 1984 Tribute with the Gladiator music)

Mr Singh said...

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh,

Thank you for the constructive criticism Veerji. I’m extremely sorry for torturing you with this ‘substandard material’. I just thought that the beloved sons and daughters of Guru Sahib would be happy to get the darshan of their older Brothers who attained the glorious gift of shaheedi from Guru Sahib.

It’s sad to see that some people place more emphasis on how a particular tribute looks or if it’s copied in some way rather than the jeevan of the person the tribute is about.

Btw Veerji should I remove the videos?

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

random said...

I like the Babbar Khalsa video, but Mr Singh why do you crop the videos to remove the text of the sites where the video clips come from? For example the AK47 video.

By doing so it makes the clips look stretched and your video unprofessional. Perhaps you should ask the webmaster of them sites for the original footage.

p.s. 'Giani' has a point about the Talwinder Singh Babbar video, its a carbon copy of the Sant Jarnail Singh tribute, same music, same text, same everything.

Singhstah said...

Would the haters, kindly go get a life.

thank you