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  1. Thanx for the reply veere! I can understand your problem. Although am still in college so marriage is out of the question but to be honest, I don't think I will marry a Sikh. I know it's wrong to generalize that all Sikh women are like this but I have come across so many "kaurs" from gursikh families that had sexual relationships with hindus/muslims including in my own family that I can't see myself getting married to a kaur. On the contrary, my female hindu classmates are so decent and don't date around. Their only fault that they are not born in sikh families is ridiculous, I would
  2. Just bcoz you have never come across an amritdhari woman like that doesn't mean they don't exist. I assure you they do. Infact plenty of them. I live in Delhi and I have seen many amritdhari/non amritdhari(but keshdhari) sikh women from gursikh families dating/sleeping around with non sikhs(especially hindus) and then seek marriage with rich and successful sikh men for 1) Money and property obviously 2) to please their families as they would never approve of a hindu guy. Just to let you know, amritdhari sikh men like myself don't sleep around, marry for money or drink alcohol. We are not
  3. Yes he is wrong. That's why I commented that he should marry a girl that fits his criteria but never ask a sikh woman to remove her kesh. But some other person commented "Singhs are supporting him" to which I again replied "None of the singhs support him, plz read all the comments first before passing unnecessary judgements"
  4. Very inspirational. Loved your comment veerji. Your life is a proof that Sikhi isn't inherited but earned. I will show this to some of my sikh friends who have lost their path to "fit in" society. Hats off to you my fellow khalsa brother
  5. If she was raped, this case would have become even stronger bcoz it would elevate from a religious issue or alleged abduction to a serious crime against women allowing involvement of women rights organizations. Did any such organization intervene? Family members called the muslim guy's family terrorists and kidnappers but they never uttered anything about rape. As per all the articles, reports and media coverage, the girl herself planned this abduction. Also, as I said before it doesn't make any sense for paki govt. both financially and politically, to deny justice. "Methods used a
  6. In the previous case, it created a very strong movement for justice and even Indian govt put immense pressure on Pakistani ministers to bring the girl safely to home(bcoz of political gain over Pakistan not for welfare of sikhs). But the girl gave her statement many times that she didn't want to go home and live with her husband as a Muslim woman. Even her brother said that she refused to meet him several times during her stay in a muslim institute. And let us not forget the brother of guy, who threatened to destroy nanakana sahib and build a mosque as his family was tortured by police and in
  7. "Am not of west....I discovered India when i discovered sikhi".....Respected Sir/Mam, it doesn't matter whether you're from west or India or Mars! Sikhi is a universal religion. It has nothing to do with country, race or caste. "This mam/sir is well aware of whats going on punjabi sikh families" Yes bcoz our sikh religion teaches us to respect others and equally treat men and women. Look at the tone of your replies, its like you're screaming and shouting in frustration whereas I replied in a polite manner for a healthy convo. Plz analyse yourself. Also, plz don't go on "female infant
  8. Its very sad to hear this. That's why sikhs need to stop feeding langar/helping muslims. But previous time, it was not kidnapping. The girl ran away herself, converted to Islam by her own will to marry her low life muslim bf. She was a traitor, a characterless spoiled kaur despite being daughter of a granthi. She sold her sikhi for a muslim(delhi sikh women regularly do this for hindu guys). As much as I hate or don't believe in Indian/paki media, but this is reality. Remember few weeks back, a UK sikh girl ran away with her black bf and the whole movement started to find her! We should not po
  9. Well said. Couldn't agree more. I feel sorry to say that this sheesha trend is increasing in delhi rapidly. Some of my sikh friends have started this sheesha and alcohol stuff(especially in rajouri garden area) and they called me a weirdo and uncool for not doing these things. Doing bajjar kuĊ•ehits is "cool" for these type of punjabis. Very sad and shameful. These people don't derserve singh and kaur in their names! And the worst part, parents are fine by this.
  10. Sikhs should spend their time and resources in helping fellow sikhs, poor sikh farmers, sewadaars who can't even afford their kid's education etc. I have time and again debated with my local sikh community, some agree while others continue wasting money on langar and feeding wolves who don't give 2 fks about sikhi and think gurudwara as a restaurant. Not only with muslims, NO community has ever openly/largely helped or supported sikhs in times of need. No one stood up when innocent sikhs were brutally killed in 1984, labelled as khalistani terrorists for demanding justice, brainwas
  11. As per sikhi, tattoos are not allowed. Yes, it's a shame that this stupid tattoo trend is increasing in Punjab but as an Indian Sikh, I can say that this is increasing in every community/religion. Thanks to Bollywood gay bs culture. The biggest irony is seeing some sharaabi/smoker mona/moni with gurbaani tattoos on their body. Honestly, as a practicing sikh, I get offended by this. There should be legal action on such punjabi atheists for disrespecting sikhi.
  12. Different people with similar opinions. It would help if you contribute to topic rather than spreading unnecessary judgments.
  13. I have lived in Delhi for 20 years(currently reside in maharashtra pursuing mbbs) and I completely agree with you. I don't know about Punjab but in Delhi, I remember once there was a sikh camp on importance of dastaar and 90% sikh females rejected turban and considered turban reserved for men only. Guru Gobind singh ji never made turban gender specific so why many sikh females have this mentality? This doesn't stop here. Here in delhi, many sikh families(including amritdhari ones) allow daughters to do waxing, eyebrow removal etc but force their sons to wear turbans which causes them to h
  14. After reading this entire bs I can only say that I don't think I even need to explain why you're wrong. This is the result of pseudo feminism brainwashing that has been already discussed. Am sorry but you're also a victim of this just like Min kaur, taapsee pannu, bbc and other pseudo feminists. As per your logic, everything bad happening in this world is fault of sikh men Yep coronavirus spread bcoz of sikh men, next what? Do you know asteroid collision that killed dinosaurs 65 million years ago was also caused by sikh men Mam/Sir plz grow up. Atleast read before you rant. This i
  15. Hatred? Did you even read my comment? Kindly tell me when did I say that "All" sikh women are characterless. I clearly said that there are some(infact many but definitely not all) sikh women that trap young gullible amritdhari singhs in marriage after dating around. It's my observation here in Delhi and even in Maharashtra(Mumbai). Also, just bcoz I praised hindu/muslim women for not engaging in pre marital stuff doesn't mean I hate sikh women. I just shared my personal experiences that my non sikh female colleagues have good character and moral values. My whole point was that women shoul
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