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    • The Guru hunted?  Does Dasam Granth Sahib ji say for what reason?  Nope.  It simply says Guru Sahib hunted.  So a faithful Sikh will accept this truth but will not add and reason to why the Guru hunted because that would be adding your own opinion,  which is classified as manmat in Gurbani and it is wrong.  Again your babas tell many romantic stories that fail the test of Gurbani.  I have heard them and they are actually pathetic.   A Sikh who reads Gurbani can easily pick up on how its man made stories.  These fairytales provide the meat consumer a level of self reassurance to continue with the manmat behavior.  It's all about feeling good when committing wrongs.  Criminals think in this way.
    • Is Gurbani for meat?  There are shabads that say meat is not good.  Meat is compared in the similar light has a woman is on her period becUse it's not clean.  Yet your babas prevent the women from certain seva or all together and joyfully eat meat.  It's a double standard and it's no different than how the pandits behaved.
    • I heard that those buddhists that follow Nanak lama keep their kesh ... goes to show what Guru ji said about kesh  keeping
    • wherever there is a sanchar , in UK is usual to have one during rehnsabhis
    • Unfortunately this topic is argued Over where some Sikhs still do kimto pranto. In fact if Guru Gobind Singh himself came to a few Meat eaters, slapped them n said "Stop consuming Chatka!" will those Sikhs stop then??  Thought not. 
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