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  1. Who Hate Hindus in this forum ? Name please.
  2. Why ? I consider them as threat and our people should be aware of their activities.
  3. Both Islam and Christianity are dangerous to world peace as both are competing with each other for converts . Vatican knows that their empire in west will end soon so they are preparing by increasing their number in India and China . In India they dont have much success but in China and korea they will dominate in 50 yrs . These abrahmics malesh soon will cause world war. New Crusaders from dragon countries against Jihadist . Both these religions have pagan backgrounds which they always deny .
  4. I agree it has nothing to do with Sikhs and neither Holi nor Diwali . We have Hola Mohalla and Bhandi Chhorh diwas. Buy ur logic this should be celebrated by only Rajputs even not by all Hindus . But Muslims Rajputs dont celebrate this festival . And i still say it has nothing to do Hindus either . And Musicman even i provide great info so one appreciation for me too lol
  5. Lohri is not a Hindu festival . We celebrate Lohri to remember Dulla Bhatti (Muslim) who used to protect girls from muguls.
  6. Yes Mr Dogra truth is always rubbish specially when it is about Hinduism . you dont want to accept the truth that mass killings which ur community has done.
  7. Its not just happening in a village it has spread to whole eastern U.P which is twice the size of Punjab.
  8. My dear friend we are not haters but what we have faced genocides and its difficult to trust anyone now. If u want to know about Sikh spirituality please read other sections forums. There is saying " Once Bitten twice shy" so we dont want to be get bitten again by Indians. We talk about Hindus because we have been stabbed in front and back from our so called brothers . We trusted them in 1947 when several promises were made to us like a Autonomious state but what we get they dont even recognised us as a seprate Relegion . Even today we Sikhs face discrimination and Raceism from Hindus in their fake democracy called INDIA . just go to Delhi & NCR ask any Hindu Landlord that would they give their house on rent to Sikh they will say NOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Many Hindus in this forum are born and brought up in West so they dont know whats happening in India . These people are so much brainwash that will not accept anything. See this Documentary whats happening is dangerous because we know it is started as a fight back against Islam but it will soon target all minorities. Sikhs were killed all over India not just Delhi as people say for 3 days and there was no police . Muslims were killed for whole week with the help of police . And what they did to Christians was worst of all for one month poor people were targeted .
  9. Only god can save us from these Hindu Radicals. I will not be surprised if to see a follower of Yogi Adityanath involved in the beadbi of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji in Pilibhit.
  10. Pilibhit is in Eastern Uttar Pradesh and this area is another Gujrat in making . MP of this area is Varun Gandhi who once said " I DONT NEED EVEN A SINGLE VOTE OF THESE KHALASTHANIS (Sikhs) AND PAKISTANIS (Muslims) " I dont want to blame Hindus but this time i have a feeling there can be a hand of Hindu extremists . I will soon post video in separate topic showing what exactly is going on in eastern U.P. Aditya Yoginath is the leader of Hindu right wing in eastern U.P and he is incharge of famous Gorakh Nath Temple . This guy is mentor of Varun Gandhi and under his instruction Varun spread venom against Sikhs and Muslims . We need our own militia now some say we have militia in the form of Nihungs but we all know many of them are good for nothing. What Bhai Amrik Singh ji is doing should have been done by Nihungs. I know Mr Musicman will say another anti Hindu post .
  11. Amrik Singh Ji in gol pug looks like a warrior but in this patila shahi pug i dont get this feeling. Gol pug is a real pug of SIkh warriors .
  12. Yes, i was once approached buy a Christian in Delhi . He was a Punjabi Hindu by name but was practicing Christianity . He was always seen reading bible during breaks and discussing about Jesus with others . These Christians Missionaries have started targeting Rich Hindus and Sikhs and sad to say they have success to . Thats why i always post on Christianity so that our people can counter them . How many of our Pracharaks and Sant have gutts to expose the Christanity buy doing Katha . Hindus sants do but we dont why ? Lets organise a seminar to expose this jew cult on 25th Dec and we can invite many Rabbis .
  13. Give ur inputs please. http://wondersofpakistan.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/india-is-not-a-%E2%80%9Cnation%E2%80%9D-but-a-forced-union-of-several-warring-nations/
  14. I am not opposing him because of his relegion but somethings need to be answered like why all his friends left him which were part of many anshan he did in Maharashtra ? His NGO has some blacklisted type people . From where he is getting money from ?
  15. http://www.messiahtruth.com/response.html For almost two thousand years, the Christian Church has taught that Jesus was crucified, died, and was resurrected three days later. This has long been one of the church's foundational beliefs, along with the virgin birth, atonement, and future second coming of Jesus. In the year 325 CE, Constantine (a non-baptized Pagan) convened the Council of Nicea to settle disputes in the Church. The council changed Jesus from man to God in the flesh, they changed the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday, and the Passover was changed to Easter. Among the nearly 200 Gospels circulating in the first three hundred years of this era, the Catholic Church canonized only four. Origen, the great Catholic father, confirms this fact: "And not four Gospels, but very many, out of which these we have chosen." A partial list of the different books considered by the Church for inclusion were a gospel written by Jesus’ own hand; letters and other correspondences written by Jesus; letters written by the "virgin" Mary; Pilate’s official report to the emperor of the trial and crucifixion of Jesus, with Pilate’s confession of faith; the reply to this from Tiberius, and the trial of Pilate; official documents of the Roman Senate about Jesus; Gospels, epistles, acts, by every single one of the twelve apostles; and official documents of church law and government, written in Greek by the apostles. In his book, Answering Christianity's Most Puzzling Questions, Christian apologist Richard Sisson states: "In fact, after the death of Jesus a whole flood of books that claimed to be inspired appeared.... Disputes over which ones were true were so intense that the debate continued for centuries. Finally in the fourth century a group of church leaders called a council and took a vote. The 66 books that comprised our cherished Bible were declared to be Scripture by a vote of 568 to 563." Paul and the writers of all four canonical Gospels described the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus, as they understood it had happened. There is a acknowledged consensus among academic Christian theologians that: The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John were not written by Jesus' disciples but by a person or persons whose names are unknown. Neither Paul nor any of the Gospel writers had been an eyewitness to Jesus' ministry or death. The Gospels record the beliefs and memories of various Christian groups as they had evolved at the time they were written. Their Hollow Inheritance: A Comprehensive Refutation of Christian Missionaries cites additional discrepancies. Matthew 1:20 and Luke 1:31 describe "angels" appearing to Jesus’ mother and her husband informing them of her forthcoming "immaculate conception" and "virgin birth" to the "Son of God," the "Messiah." When compared with the way Jesus’ family and neighbors treated him, it is absurd to believe that "angels" really visited them: Mark 3:21: Upon hearing of it, his family went out to seize him, for they said, "He is beside himself." To offset the startling fact that Jesus’ family thought that he was insane, some New Testament editions replace "they" with "people," although "they" is in the original Greek text. John 7:5: For even his brothers did not believe in him. Luke 4:16: And Jesus came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, and he went to the synagogue, as his custom was, on the Sabbath day… There, Jesus hinted to his friends and neighbors that he was the Messiah, however: Luke 4:28: When they heard this, all in the synagogue were filled with wrath. And they rose up, and put him out of the city, and led him to the brow of the hill on which their city was built, that they might throw him down headlong. How very strange it is, that during all the years in which Yeshu grew up with them, his brothers, friends, and neighbors did not notice that he was a "divine being." And could it have been that his parents forgot or didn’t tell anyone what they experienced? This stretches one’s imagination. Origins of the Jesus Mythos Christianity is based on the unique belief that Jesus was God's Son, born of a virgin, sacrificed for the Salvation of man. In reality, as sacrificed virgin-born Savior Son of God, Jesus was not unique. Not even close. The Jesus mythos simply followed the traditional model of the ancient pagan savior-gods. At the time of Jesus of Nazareth, as for centuries before, the Mediterranean world roiled with a happy diversity of creeds and rituals. Details varied according to location and culture, but the general outlines of these faiths were astonishingly similar. Roughly speaking the ancients' gods: Were born on or very near our Christmas Day Were born of a Virgin-Mother Were born in a Cave or Underground Chamber Led a life of toil for Mankind Were called by the names of Light-bringer, Healer, Mediator, Savior, Deliverer Were however vanquished by the Powers of Darkness And descended into Hell or the Underworld Rose again from the dead, and became the pioneers of mankind to the Heavenly world Founded Communions of Saints, and Churches into which disciples were received by Baptism Were commemorated by Eucharistic meals Krishna was born of the virgin Devaki; the Savior Dionysus was born of the virgin Semele. Buddha too was born of a virgin, as were the Egyptian Horus and Osiris. The old Teutonic goddess Hertha was a virgin impregnated by the heavenly Spirit and bore a son. Scandinavian Frigga was impregnated by the All-Father Odin and bore Balder, the healer and savior of mankind. Mithras was born in a cave, on December 25th, of a virgin mother. He came from heaven to be born as a man, to redeem men from their sin. He was know as "Savior," "Son of God," "Redeemer," and "Lamb of God." With twelve disciples he traveled far and wide as a teacher and illuminator of men. He was buried in a tomb from which he rose again from the dead -- an event celebrated yearly with much rejoicing. His followers kept the Sabbath holy, holding sacramental feasts in remembrance of Him. The sacred meal of bread and water, or bread and wine, was symbolic of the body and blood of the sacred bull. The celebration of Christmas on December 25 was originally the pagan birthday of Mithras, the sun god, whose day of the week is still known as "Sunday." The halo of light which is usually shown surrounding the face of Jesus and Christian saints, is another concept taken from the sun god. The theme of temptation by a devil-like creature was also found in pagan mythology. In particular, the story of Jesus's temptation by Satan resembles the temptation of Osiris by the devil-god Set in Egyptian mythology. The Source of the Original Gospels Theologians have also observed for many decades that two of the synoptic gospels (Matthew and Luke) have many points of similarity. In fact, the writings have many dozens of phrases and sentences that are identical. This observation led to the theory that both gospels were based largely on an earlier document called "<a href="http://www.religioustolerance.org/gosp_q1.htm">Q" meaning "Quelle," which is German for "source," and is comprised of three distinct documents: Q1 described Jesus as a Jewish philosopher-teacher, written circa 50 CE. Q2 viewed Jesus as a Jewish apocalyptic prophet, written circa 60 CE. Q3 described Jesus as a near-deity who converses directly with God and Satan, written circa 70 CE during a time of great turmoil in Palestine. The authors of the Gospels of Matthew (circa 80 CE) and Luke (circa 90 CE) wrote their books using text from Q, Mark and their own unique traditions. The author of the Gospel of Thomas also used portions of Q1 and Q2 in his writing, but seems to have been unaware of Q3. This gospel was widely circulated within the early Christian movement but did not make it into the Christian Scriptures.
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