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  1. if it has evidence its history, not mythology
  2. no offense to any hindu brother reading this, but hindu chronology never makes sense to me, unless u admit a lot of what you call "history" is infact mythology
  3. I think its pretty dead for now . But then so is the congress party lol
  4. lol I am always wary of discussing such things on internet. I am simply an observer of things
  5. Sanskrit is not that tough of a language . There're several parts of gurbani you would struggle to translate, let alone understand !!
  6. I have one friend who's very expert in rigveda , he says Raam never existed and curses Ramayan and his author over the villain-ization of Indra. Indra in rig veda is one of the most prominent gods , but in Puranas he runs around haplessly , often having his heavenly position snatched by the demons , and everytime vishnu rescues him. Whereas in vedas , indra "orders" vishnu. My rigvedic friend didn't like it , and he claims modern day hinduism has NOTHING to do with vedas at all. That puranas are incredibly anti-vedic in their tone and that the krishna in mahabharat is essentially what is indra in rig veda. Beware of hindu nationalists though who try to make their scriptures sound older than what they really are.
  7. We can't entirely blame sikhs for that. The big brother is arrogant. Indian religions have had a hard time flourishing in the subcontinent , because the insidious big daddy always wants to call the shots. Don't forget Buddhism was once a heavily patronized religion in india , and despite originating in india , its not present there anymore, except maybe 0.5% of the population whereas in neighboring countries like sri lanka, thailand, bhutan, and even tibet , its a MAJORITY religion. How could a religion achieve to influence masses in neighboring countries while being deprived of considerable following in its country of birth. Many say there was a mass persecution of buddhists some 1500 yrs back during the era of brahminical resurgence. Brahminical kings like pushyamitra shunga were believed to have kept bounties on head of brahmins (reminiscent of what happened to sikhs during mir mannu period) , their monks butchered, their monasteries burnt , and then very conveniently buddha was included as a 9th avatar of vishnu , but even that as a deceiver. Meaning buddha avatar was someone who deceived people from vedic religion. Jainism is another religion that failed to flourish , despite being perhaps as old as hinduism . They number no more than 40 lacs today and jains themselves have considerable confusion over their identities , more than half of the ones i know think they're simply a sect of hindus. There's a minority in them who can see the clever schemes being done against them by the 'big brother' but apparently are voiceless in a sea of other jains who're in bed with the larger brahminical demography. Sikh leaders knew the 'elder bro' doesn't let any other survive because he's arrogant and egoistic of his antiquity and of his culture. How often do you hear the phrase "But sikhism is just 500 yrs old , we're 5000 years old" Sikh leaders were aware that sikhism will meet same fate as that of buddhism and jainism if sikhs don't manage to wrestle back the control of gurudwaras from the hand of mahants. And with waheguru kirpa, same happened via the holy grace of Singh Sabha movement , a movement which saved sikhi for us , else you are aware of history as I told you. No wonder then the 'elder bro' gang doesn't like the singh sabha and tat khalsa movement of the 90s and continuously bad mouth them. There are many on this forum itself who bad-mouth the singh sabha movement without realizing it did us a huge favor when we needed it the most. Yes, Singh sabha had its own shortfalls , one being what you feel , the loss of intellectual, deeper-wisdom , but that can be achieved by studying gurbani and other indian scriptures if you like. Beware though, there're very subtle differences between sikhi and these other thoughts that may not be recognizable to the naive eye. PS : Did you find any mention of islam, "evil mughal empire" in this entire post. nope , they came later, the naked dance of breaking each other was already going on in the subcontinent , something they would like you to not believe
  8. Gill must be sent to the hell where they have scary claustrophobic dark mazes like the one in the last thread i posted lmao and indira chadel following her can u imagine lmao
  9. in brand new equipment ? Apparently the camera was found around year 2000 by a few cataphiles (expert people who illegally move across those underground areas for fun and thrill) and was shared with a low-profile french filmmaker Fredland who then visited the catacombs to find the man Apparently after 6 hours he and his time had to give up their search as he was running short on batteries and was getting panicked. But they did visit one part of the catacombs , where the X humanoid figure is as shown in footage too anyways point being , the entire underground thing is hellish , and that footage plays on human minds in a multiple ways , its purely DIABOLICAL , and nothing less
  10. yes I do know that but you also gotta understand the footage , originally was without audio. Imagine a camera of 1993. I mean its spooky af. just see the video. now wondering if its real .
  11. So basically for those that don't know there's a maze of skeleton and bones of millions of dead bodies under the city of Paris. Few hundred years back as there were no more space in cemeteries, all the bones of the dead were taken from cemetery and laid underground . Catacombs under paris span a few hundred kilometers. Its that big and its like a maze. Only some part of it is opened to public , and that too with a guide. However some explorers or should I say daredevils always have some secret points to enter. apparently , this guy got in , like really deep in , and got <banned word filter activated> scared and ran away dropping his camera. no one knew what happened to him. and they found this footage later. Honestlyy its so scary and claustrophobic too . What do u think , is this real ? or hoax
  12. did u see horror things also , like ghosts etc
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