Sache Saude vale dyian katutan!! (Please Read)

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Old 30-May-2007
Sache Saude vale dyian katutan!! (Please Read)

One Young Girl's Personal Account from the Sauda Cult Dera
Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee, Prime Minister New Delhi

I am a girl hailing from Punjab State. I have been serving as a 'Sadhwi' in 'Dera Sacha Sauda', Sirsa (Haryana) for the last five years. Beside me, there are hundreds of others girl here, who serve for 18 hours daily.

But we are sexually exploited here. The 'Dera Maharaj' Gurmit Singh rapes the girls in the 'dera'. I am a graduate. My family has blind faith in the 'Maharaj' (Gurmit Singh). It was at my family's bidding that I became a 'Sadhwi'. Two years after I became a 'Sadhwi', a special woman-disciple of Maharaj Gurmit Singh came to me one night at 10' o' clock and said that the Maharaj had summoned me to his room. I felt elated that Maharaj himself sent for me. I was going to him for the first time. After climbing the stairs, when I went into his room, I saw that he was holding a remote in his hand and was watching a blue film on the TV. Beside his pillow on the bed, lay a revolver. Seeing all this, I was frightened and became nervous. I had never imagined that Maharaj was a man of this type. Maharaj switched off the TV and seated me beside him. He offered me water and said that he had called me because he considered me very close to him. This was my first experience.

Maharaj took me in his embrace and said that he loved me from the core of his heart. He also said that he wanted to make love with me. He told me that at the time of becoming his disciple, I had dedicated my wealth, body and soul to him and he had accepted my offering. When I objected he said, "There is no doubt that I am God." When I asked if God also indulges in such acts, he shot back:

1. Sri Krishna too was God and he had 360 'gopis' (milkmaids) with whom he enacted 'Prem lila' (love drama). Even then people regarded him as God. So there is nothing to be surprised at it.

2. I can kill you with this revolver and bury you here.

The members of your family are my devoted followers and they have blind faith in me. You know it very well that members of your family cannot go against me.

3. I have considerable influence with governments also. Chief Ministers of Punjab and Haryana and central Ministers come to pay obeisance to me. Politicians take help from us. They cannot take any action against me. We will get the members of your family dismissed from govt. jobs and I will get them killed by my 'Sewadars' (servants). We will leave no evidence of their murder. You know that earlier also we got the 'dera' Manager Fakir Chand killed by goondas. His murder remains untraced till this day. The 'dera' has a daily income of one crore rupees with which we can buy leaders, police and the judges.

After this, the Maharaj raped me. The Maharaj has been doing this with me for the last three years. My turn comes after every 25-30 days. Now I have learnt that before me too, the Maharaj had been raping the girls he had summoned. Most of these women are now 35 to 40 years old and they are past the age of marriage. They have no other option but to remain in the 'dera'.

Most of the girls are educated --- B.A., M.A., B.Ed, etc. But they are living a life of hell in the 'dera', simply because the members of their families have blind faith in the Maharaj. We wear white clothes, tie a scarf on the head, cannot even look at men and as per Maharaj's commands, and talk with men from a distance of 5-10 feet. To the people we look like 'devis' (goddesses), but we are living like harlots. This time I tried to tell my family that all was not well at the 'dera'. But they rebuked me saying that there was no better place than the 'dera' for here they were in the company of God (Maharaj). They said that I had formed a bad notion about the 'dera' and that I should recite the name of 'Satguru'. I am helpless here because I have to obey every command of the Maharaj. No girl is permitted to talk with another, according to the commands of the Maharaj.

Girls are not permitted to talk to their families even on the telephone. If any girl talks about the reality of the 'dera', she is punished according to Maharaj's commands. Sometimes ago, a Bhatinda girl revealed the wrong doings of the Maharaj. At this, all the women disciples gave her a sound thrashing. Because of a fracture in the backbone, she is now bed-ridden. Her father gave up the service in the 'dera' and went home. For fear of the Maharaj and his own disgrace, he is not revealing anything.

Similarly, a Kurukshetra girl has also left the 'dera' and has gone home. When she narrated the events in the 'dera' to her family, her brother who worked in the 'dera' gave up his job. When a Sangrur girl left the 'dera', went home and narrated the wrong-doings in the 'dera' to the people, the dera's armed Sewadars/ hooligans reached the girl's house and threatened to kill her and warned her not to leak anything about the 'dera'.

Similarly girls from Mansa, Ferozepur, Patiala and Ludhiana districts are afraid of revealing anything about the 'dera'. Although they have left the 'dera', yet they do not say anything for fear of loosing their lives. Similarly, girls from Sirsa, Hissar, Fatehabad, Hanuman Garh and Meerutdisclose as to what happened to them in the 'dera'.

If I reveal my name,I and my family will be killed. I want to reveal this truth for the benefit of the common man, because I cannot bear all this tension and harassment. My life is in danger. If a probe is conducted by the press or some govt. agency, 40 to 50 girls living in the 'dera' will come forward to reveal the truth. We can also be medically examined to find out whether we are still celibate disciples or not. If we are no longer virgins, the matter should be gone into to find out who has violated our chastity.

The truth will then come out that Maharaj Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh of 'Sacha Sauda' has ruined our lives.

Old 30-May-2007
Re: Sache Saude vale dyian katutan!! (Please Read)

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KHALSA BARADARI was a social organization of Sikhs belonging to backward classes, founded in 1914. The moving spirit behind it was Bhai Mahitab Singh Bir, whose father, Maulawi Karim Baksh had, along with his children, embraced Sikhism in June 1903 and become famous as Sant Lakhmir Singh. Bhai Mahitab Singh convened a meeting of the Sikhs from backward classes in 1914 in Bhai Dasaundha Singh's dharamsala neal Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar, at which it was resolved to establish a society called Khalsa Baradari Witll tlle ot)ject of preaching Sikh tenets among them, bring them into the Khalsa fold by administering to them the rites of amrit and reforming their social customs such as the giving of dowry and ostentatious display at weddings. Ishar Singh of Sarhala Qazian, Jalandhar district, was chosen president and Mahitab Singh general secretary. Besides the central office in Amritsar, branches of Khalsa Baradalri were opened at several places in the districts of Amritsar, Lahore, Sialkot and Sheikhupura. Bhai Mahitab Singh also launched a weekly journal in Punjabi, the Bir, to promote the interests of the Baradari and to campaign especially against caste and untouchability.

On 11 and 12 October 1920, the khalsa Baradari held a big religious gathering in the Jallialivala Bagh at Amritsar which was attended hy some professors of the Khalsa College. Elixir of the Khalsa was administered to a large number of Mazhabi and Ramadasia Sikhs. At the end of the ceremonies on 12 October the congregation proceeded to the Darbar Sahib where the newly initiated Sikhs were to make offering of karah prasad, the Sikh sacrament, for distribution among the sangat. The priests of the Darbar Sahib refused to accept the karah prasad and recite ardas on their behalf. Protest was raised against this discrimination towards the Sikhs from certain castes. A compromise was at last reached and it was decided that the Guru's word be sought. The Guru Cranth Sahib was, as is the custom, opened and the first verse on the page to be read was "He receives the meritless (lowly) into grace, and puts them in the path of righteous service" (G.G.S 638). The Guru's verdict was clearly in favor of those whom the clergy would not accept as the full members of lhe community. The group thereafter marched to the akal takht to offer prayers, but found that the priests had disappeared, leaving the shrine unattended. The reformists Bhai Kartar singh Jhabbar and Bhai Teja Singh Bhuchar, filled the gap and a committee of 25 sikhs including the members of backward classes was formed to take over the control of Akal Takht. In this way the Khalsa Baradari indirectly heralded the Gurdwara Reform Movement for wresting control of Sikh Shrines from the hands of the effete priestly order, securing at the same time recongnition for the so-called low caste Sikhs as equal members of the community.

During the 1939-1941, Khalsa Baradari organized a series of conferences urging members of the backward classes to enlish themselves as Sikhs at the ensuing census(1941) and demanding reservation of seats for them in the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak committee, a representative body of the Sikhs for managing Sikh shrines. It also demanded enrolment of Mazhabi and Ramdasia Sikhs in the armed forces. With most of its demands conceded in course of time, the Baradari became redundant. It virtually ceased to exist after the death in 1960 of its founder, Bhai Mahitab Singh Bir.

Excerpts taken from these books.
The Encyclopedia of Sikhism by Harbans Singh.


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Old 14-Sep-2010
Re: Sache Saude vale dyian katutan!! (Please Read)

nice info both above..thnx

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