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  1. Apne will still serve Langar to suls in Kashmir, Dubai and Delhi like a bunch of simpletons. It's like the kid in school who gives away free sweets so that all the other kids like him and more importantly don't beat him up. Pathetic really.
    9 points
  2. Come on man, these are 13 year old girls. You have no clue at all at that age about the world and its dangers. You are a child at this age. This is paedophilia plain and simple. You can't blame the victims in cases like this. And the 50 year old perverts knew what they were doing was wrong.
    8 points
  3. I am absolutely disgusted by this, sick to my stomach. First of all they only spent 4 years in jail for paedophilia and rape. WHAT THE F@CK is up with that! They should be spending the rest of their lives behind bars. Ideally they should've got the death sentence if they still had it here. The lives of those girls is ruined forever. There is something really depraved about the suls. I remember when these grooming stories broke out, they interviewed some suls on the street asking them what they thought about the problem, many of them said it takes two to tango, partly blaming these
    6 points
  4. This is a good point. I have known many elderly Sikhs who partake in certain Hindu rituals and believe in certain Hindu superstitions. I am convinced that many Sikhs have Hindu roots that are much more recent than most people would imagine. There are lots of signs of this. For example, I have met some people whose ancestors from the early 1900s or late 1800s had "Hindu names" (i.e. a more "Hindu sounding" first name, and no "Singh" in any part of the name) and/or did not keep their kesh. There was an interesting thread on SikhSangat a few years ago regarding religious census figures in Pu
    6 points
  5. So Sikhs are simple minded, mildly retarded fools who go through life from one disaster to the next? Yeah, thanks Bollywood.
    6 points
  6. No it wasnt but they burnt our entire library. You know what all we have lost because of these people? If this isnt trying to destroy and change a religion then I dont know what is.
    6 points
  7. Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh Happy fathers day to all, but while celebrating fathers day, let us not forget our father, Dhan Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Jio Maharaj, Kalgidhar Patshah. Let us all just take 5 minutes of our time and do Simran or mool mantar for the strength of our bond with Guru Sahib and may this bond never break! May Our Father bless us with such kirpa that we never forget our Sikhi and Guru Sahibs sacrifices. May Guru Sahib bless all of us and keep us in Chardikala and bless us with kirpa. Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj! Bole So Nih
    5 points
  8. Have you ever heard them talk about Italy once Britain enters their greedy horizons? They act as if Italy is a third world backwater. They treat it like a temporary stopover while milking the Italian benefits system to purchase property over there, which they then sell before moving to the UK. They say things like, "We want to come over to UK from Italy because of our kids' education." Yeah, you're all going to be curing cancer and developing interstellar travel. Clown show. Make no mistakes, these people are ice cold and calculating. There is no soul and warmth in these people. Machines. Abso
    5 points
  9. Your mindset is completely wrong, but I don't blame you because most people adopt Sikhi in the wrong way. Let's start with a question on the point of no motivation to do nitnem. Why do you eat food everyday? You'll say because our body needs it, we can't live without food. Eating food is linked to our survival. And what if you stopped eating, what poor condition would become of your body, and ultimately death? Motivation isn't required for survival activities. Motivation applies only to something which is over and beyond our survival instincts, i.e. something aspirational. Most peopl
    5 points
  10. it’s tragic though. In the last 20 years we got technology like readily available internet, social media, smart phones etc. We think we are well informed about what’s happening on this earth. Actually 99.9% of what’s happening on earth we’re never gonna have a clue about. Our daily information streams are no more than 0.01% and that too filtered to negative stories, biased and agenda promoting. Most people today are dangerously deluded. It sort of comes down to then thinking ok switch off technology and reflect what’s the 1 meter radius around me like? What’s the energy like, what thought
    5 points
  11. Muslims also do the same thing and constantly insult other people's religion but hindus dont understand that they got that oil money and india is a poor country with a large population living in other countries and therefore has no power to do things like these to Christians and muslims unlike israel.
    5 points
  12. I mean I dont think people are going to respect us if we keep running to their countries.
    5 points
  13. It's not just about development. Our circumstances are really really bad . No country and being attacked everywhere. I mean just look at our history from 1500 onwards just fighting fighting fighting for our life. The small time of peace we had we were able to establish a well functioning kingdom with education way better than Britain of the time but then again we lost it. We also had Islamic invasions for like 1000 years. If a group is constantly involved in struggling for their survival I dont think it is easy to develop. Do you fight for your land your rights your future generation or do you
    5 points
  14. The reason for this is because they have come up with most modern inventions and technology. None of the countries where they are a majority can be classified as third world. Finally non whites are obsessed with moving to White majority countries. Respect has to be earned.
    5 points
  15. lol yes I was listening to it with my dad while watching the footy last night, almost went into cardiac arrest multiple times I was a very happy woman yesterday evening.
    4 points
  16. People think offering toy aeroplanes will "assure" them a visa! http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/aeroplane-gurdwara/998924/ Aeroplane Gurdwara Anju Agnihotri Chaba , Anju Agnihotri Chaba : New Delhi, Sat Sep 08 2012, 22:25 It's not difficult to locate Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh Gurdwara in Talhan village near Jalandhar on NH-1. Just ask for the "hawai jahaz gurdwara" or the "aeroplane gurdwara", and you'll be promptly guided to it... Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh Gurdwara, or the hawai jahaz gurdwara, is a ticket to the West; if you offer a toy aeroplane ther
    4 points
  17. Simranjit Singh maan has won
    4 points
  18. This election can be a turning point. These AAP waale had become very egoistic. Were abusing mann sahab on twitter yesterday and saying no one in sangrur even knows who mann is and that he wont even get 10k votes. Now they are all quite. Doesn't matter who wins but atleast these people have been shown their aukaat.
    4 points
  19. I'm literally watching the election results as if my life depends on it.
    4 points
  20. You need to read history, we were doing really well before they turned up. By the time they left, it was a mess.
    4 points
  21. https://www.indiatoday.in/world/story/multiple-blasts-gurdwara-karte-parwan-in-kabul-afghanistan-1963815-2022-06-18 2 dead in blasts at Kabul Gurdwara, IS links suspected; MEA monitoring situation A guard and Sikh man have been killed in an attack by terrorists at Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Afghanistan's Kabul. Multiple blasts were reported. IS links are suspected behind the attack, the MEA is monitoring the situation. New Delhi June 18, 2022 UPDATED: June 18, 2022 12:38 IST Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul, Afghanistan, has been attacked by
    4 points
  22. 1. my parents brought me here as a child. I didn't choose to. 2. I will not be here forever. 3. They got great benefits from the services of Punjabi men fighting their wars. 4. They ruined the structure of our homeland by giving away the good part to muslims. So they fully deserve to get a taste of their own medicine. 5. They still loot resources from third world countries. 6. If they can come, colonize and occupy entire countries by their policies of divide and rule in the name of "trade", why can't pocs go to their countries to work? I am pretty sure the colonization
    4 points
  23. @californiasardar1 be like...
    4 points
  24. I knew of a situation where a Sikh guy and girl got engaged via the usual Punjabi procedure. The guy insists to the girl's family that before the marriage they allow the girl to go on a weekend break with him down south; Devon, Cornwall, etc. Amazingly, the girl's family agree. She comes back preggers, and he ends the engagement, moves to AFRICA for his job, and is never seen again, rofl.
    4 points
  25. I bet their families were thankful that at least they were cohabiting with other "Sikhs." I have a Canadian cousin who lives with his widowed mother --- and his Vietnamese girlfriend. But hey, at least he didn't move out of the house!
    4 points
  26. The latest thing is live in relationships. I've just been invited to a wedding where a 'Sikh' couple have been living together for over a year already.
    4 points
  27. Gorey are not as obsessed with their relatives as much as apne but they do care more about the wider society and what impact their actions will have on that. Indians are usually the opposite. Most gorey also tend to work in careers they have a genuine passion for rather than purely for monetary reasons or how society will judge them. This also leads to innovation. The bowing down to authority is common throughout Asia, even in prosperous places like Japan and these places also lack innovation. The Japanese (and now Chinese) often take Western inventions and just make them better r
    4 points
  28. 4 points
  29. @proudkaur21 loooool look at the replies
    4 points
  30. Hate to bring this up but it seems we are living a world where the white skin is placed on a pedestal. It likes we have reached a point where these folks are oblivious to whats around them. They are so use to their ways that any little disturbance can bring out the worst from them. Look at Saddam or Gadaffi. Saddam was a bit stupid for taking on powerhouse like the US but Gadaffi had a real point. He was much wiser and his intentions were not all bad. Infact his goal to was unite the middle easte and East Africa under one currency but eventually was labeled as the bad guy was taken down.
    4 points
  31. I think that it is important to read this as we Sikhs currently lack understanding human nature or we feel guilty about some of the uglier aspects and we try to blot it out and focus on the positives. There is a deliberate ploy by certain parties to ensure Dasam Bani is kept from Sangat so to keep us in the dark. I for one will make an effort to read charitars
    4 points
  32. I hear you. These problems are the result of gulaami; we have no state (yet). They have 40-50 states that don't merely teach them political expediency; they put it into practice.
    4 points
  33. I knew this guy who was one of these righteous do-gooders. You know a busy body type. He was always trying butt into the affairs of the council, involved in petitioning etc. He could be a very useful guy and he always wanted to help the little guy. But he died alone and penniless and no one came into his aid We Sikhs are a bit like this guy.
    4 points
  34. Exactly. This is Guru Gobind Singh Jee's bhavikhbaani playing out. All preliminary steps for the establishment of the Sikh State.
    4 points
  35. Mool Mantar is an extremely important Shabad for us, Sache Patshah gave it to the Sikhs as the first Shabad and its the first Shabad in Guru Granth Sahib Ji. With Mool Mantar everything can be accomplished, all desires are fulfilled, das remembers hearing a katha about the Jeevan of a Mahapurakh, the Mahapurakh used to get darshan every single day and he used to spend the whole day doing mool mantar, one day a sangat asked him, " Khalsa ji, why do you spend all your time doing mool mantar? You have darshan every day, what more is there to accomplish?" The Mahapurakh smiled and said " How can I
    4 points
  36. You've missed my point. Human blood is priceless. Human blood + the manner in which it's spilled can be harnessed in many interesting ways via the correct ritualistic process. You're seeing it merely through the jingoistic "let's go out in a blaze of glory." I'm saying wasteful and random blood letting is not sensible, and I'm ALWAYS suspicious of those who advocate martyrdom for other people's sons and daughters yet are conspicuous by their absence when it comes to stepping up themselves.
    4 points
  37. Why do stupid Sikhs put people like Bhupinder Singh on a pedestal? Because he wore a pagh? The Patiala "royals" have consistently been traitors who look out for their personal interests above all else. That has been true throughout their family history.
    4 points
  38. Just watched it this afternoon. Speechless. I had low expectations when I first heard of it, because it's made by India, but saw what @dallysingh101 had to say, and thanks mate for your opinion on it, it was amazing. Genuinely think there should be more Punjabis making this sort of cinematic beauties, could get a much bigger market than middle aged aunties and uncles watching Punjabi cinema.
    4 points
  39. Panjab religion (Sikh total 57.69%, declined from 59.9% in a decade) Tarn Taran; 93.33% Moga: 82.24% Barnala: 78.54% Mansa: 77.75% Faridkot: 76.08% Fatehgarh Sahib: 71.23% Bathinda: 70.89% Muktsar: 70.81% Amritsar: 68.94% Sangrur: 65.10% Patiala: 55.91% Kapurthala: 55.66% Firozpur: 53.76% Ludhiana: 53.26% Rupnagar: 52.74% Mohali: 48.15% Gurdaspur: 43.64% Hoshiarpur: 33.92% Jalandhar: 32.75% Nawanshehar: 31.50% Other religions Christians: Gurdaspur+Pathankot (7.68%)
    4 points
  40. Put simply. There is a reality to socio-economic geopolitical decisions. Okay, it's obvious we've (as a panth) been childishly naive in the past about this. In terms of getting any developed nation or major body to help us along 'human rights abuses' lines we should just note how given the recent conflict with Russia and Ukraine, nations who were previously ostracised by the west for these reasons (like certain south American nations) were suddenly approached to try and fill in the anticipated oil/gas shortages that could stem from the conflict. Other developed nations really
    4 points
  41. @ipledgeblue Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh ji With Guru's kirpa, first raag keertan video has been uploaded, hope to upload more Bhul Chuk Maf ji https://youtu.be/zEXZVTJxl00
    4 points
  42. They will continue hosting matches there. No one cares about dying poor people.
    4 points
  43. Construct something worth respecting; something they haven't encountered, and they'll start sniffing around you to find out how you did it. If it's civilization altering you better hope they don't come after you to steal your idea. Show them you mean business without burning bridges, and you'll get their respect, but always keep your guard up. The 80s unrest was due to scripture tampering? I thought it stemmed from political issues, mainly the Anandpur Resolution.
    4 points
  44. Health reasons probably. Daas only ever seen elders ask for “swayaa” which basically means ‘whoa that’s way too much, can you give me a little bit please’. Opposite of a young kid coming back to ask for more. How can anyone refuse their cute face
    3 points
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