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  1. Great work. Looks nicer too.
  2. Saka Nankana Sahib was one of the most powerful turning point in the history of Sikhs after the fall of the Sikh Empire. Despite the evil designs of the then British government the Sikhs never gave up and got control of Nanakana Sahib. We remember the supreme sacrifice of the matrys of Saka Nankana Sahib. https://www.allaboutsikhs.com/sikh-history/historical-events/historical-sikh-events-saka-nankana-sahib/
  3. Well said but unfortunately naive Sikhs are more into such shallow stuff and not the basics of Sikhi which prohibits idolatry.
  4. Why cannot we as a religion decide to have Gurpurabs and other occasions one the same day every year. No one knows when Christ was born but Christians decided to celebrate it on 25th December and stuck to the same date. We are always saying we are a unique religion and we need our own calendar which does not change dates of Gurpurabs every year.
  5. Will Sikhs ever have their own calendar or they will for ever be forced to follow the Hindu calendar?
  6. Well whatever they are doing is definitely working as there are now more than 1.8 billion of them in the world today.
  7. In Muslims though even a non Muslim male has to convert to Islam before he can marry a Muslim female. Their fundamentals are very clear as compared to our lot. That is also one of the reasons of our declining population.
  8. On the other hand Sikhs marry non Sikhs who don't convert to Sikhism causing confusion in the next generations who are confused about their religion.
  9. When earlier I used to hear this phrase - " Chardi Kala" which for me at that time just meant, forward and upwards of a religious call! Upon some research on the phrase "Chardi Kala..." Further reading on the net(sikhiwiki) , led to find the following / appropriate for 2021 explanations. Chardi Kala means: - High spirits - Ever progressive - Always cheerful - Perennially blossoming - Unwilting spirit - Mind that never despairs - Mind that never admits defeat and refuses to be crushed by adversities - Perpetual state of certitude
  10. And our religion ever propagates hunger strikes or fasting as forms of protests.
  11. Suicide is never condoned in our religion. And how can you even compare with the sacrifice of Guru Tegh Bahadur.
  12. Dont compare someone who could not deal with the challenges of life and took his own life. What an illogical comparison.
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