Friday, January 13, 2006

An afternoon at the Hari Mandir Sahib

11 comments:

ਿੲਕ ਿਸੰਘ said...

what's that smaller line for? the one that's going in?

Angad Singh said...

prabhu..

can u tell me how do you enlarge and post the photograph.

thanks a lot
angad singh

Ishtmeet said...

Inderbir,
Actually the smaller is if you do not have Karah Parshad and do not need to get the Bhog od parshad done (If my memory serves me right.)

Anonymous said...

Prabhu, you no longer update your blog as you use to. Seems like you are busy these days. Are you?

Regards,

Raj

Sikhi Seeker said...

Ik singh veer, the smaller line is going out. Prabhu ji took the picture from the first floor window right above the door of Sri Harmandir Sahib. Hope all's well with all. I miss coming online :S...:)
Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh!

Anonymous said...

The smaller line does not go out but it goes to the other door where sangat can take matha from the back side of Sri guru Granth Sahib ji. The smaller one is usually the fastest one because there is no barrier and yes even if you have parshad, you can go in from this line. The reason of small line is to divert the rush from the main front entry. Nice pix prabhu.. is this the same one when your friend was doing keertan sewa inside?

Vick

Prabhu Singh said...

Vick is right, considering he was in the little line with me just a few minutes before taking this picture.
As far as putting larger photos, I did a trick. Even though I write it all the time I see the statistics and find that people aren't clicking on the pictures that should be clicked, so I make them bigger. I reduce the size of the original image and upload both the original image and the smaller version. I link to the original version, which blogger still reduces to about half the size and I change the < img > tag in the html to point to the source of the link to the smaller image.
To Raj, yeah I haven't been updating as much as I used to. It's a combination of things, mostly because I'm busy. My brother and I have both had some serious plumbing (and then construction) problems at our houses from the pipes freezing while we were in India. Plus I'm back at my job and I have my seva meetings and raag classes and my daily sadhana. Sometimes I get really busy just dealing with the various things it takes to maintain a household. Like cooking, cleaning, doing laundry, keeping on top of my mail and doing my budget and paying bills and fixing things on my house and my cars. I'm going to try and update as regularly as I used to and put more photos up. I just need to catch my breath so to speak.

ਿੲਕ ਿਸੰਘ said...

Ishtmeet, Thanks! and all than you too! if you go in the middle of the week...how long is the wait in the big line? sorry for the delayed response girls are sick again!

Sikhi Seeker said...

oops....gotcha! And interesting. Apology first, cuz i thought you were talking of the other line. As for "the" line, we didnt have it five years ago...i like that. Hoping to get lucky to visit it again sometime :)
Satnam!

serena said...

I like this picture.. serenity amidst the crowd ;)

satvinder said...

Really nice photographs. They bring back lots of lovely memories. Thanks for sharing.