Pictures reveal Beadbi/Sacrilege of the Sikh wedding ceremony the Anand Karaj in Shah Alam, Malaysia where members of the sangat sat on chairs while Guru Maharaj Saroop was level with the ground. Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj must always on a higher level but apparently no one in the sangat bothered to raise any questions and sought their own comfort.
In This picture, it’s quite clear Guru Sahib on level with the ground and Raagi Singh doing Kirtan. The Raagis and Granthi are the most guilty to allow the event from taking place and allowing beadbi of Guru Sahib.
Guru Ka Darbar and Guru Ka Takht refer to those places where Sri Guru Granth Sahib is adorned with the title of King and where they hold a Court and grace the common people with their presence. Now darbars used to be held before the Guru’s, so a darbar isn’t a new phenomenon. King’s used to hold Darbars (courts) for the purposes of administering their kingdom.
In a Darbar only the King was given sovereignty and this was represented and symbolized by him having a higher seat than the rest of the common subjects. This concept was adopted by Sri Guru Arjan Dev JI when he created the maryada for the seva of Sri Guru Granth Sahib at the Golden Temple when at that time it was known as Pothi Sahib.
If we put seats inside the court of the Guru then we are symbolizing and implicitly stating that those sitting on the chairs are equal to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee and also above the sangat.
This is clearly wrong and therefore cannot be accepted as Gurmat to allow seats to be imposed in the Darbar Hall.
Akaal Takht The Supreme body representing Sikh affairs has already decreed that seats in the langar hall are prohibited.