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SURVEY: 90% DIVORCED WOMEN PREFER GURSIKH,15% UNMARRIED PREFER GURSIKH After 2 years of surveying by an independent organization called the Sikh Information Centre out of California, USA results show a large number of divorced Punjabi women prefer to marry a GurSikh the second time while 15% unmarried women prefer to marry a GurSikh. The Survey was taken mainly from Gurdwaras in the UK, Canada, and USA where divorced and unmarried women were asked their preference. The divorced women cited that GurSikhs have a more disciplined life style and focused on financial and overall family well being while clean shaved Punjabis often suffer from “unstable lifestyles”. The story is not true with every clean shaven Punjabi but all divorced women were married to clean shaven Punjabi men. The unmarried women were asked their preference over whether they prefer to marry a bearded and turbaned GurSikh or a clean shaven Punjabi man. They overwhelmingly stated they’d prefer clean shaven over GurSikh. The results showed 90% of divorced women preferred to marry a GurSikh man while only 15% of unmarried women preferred a GurSikh. The survey sample included a population of divorced women at 185 while 1300 unmarried women were surveyed. The low number of divorced women at 185 us primarily due to a low divorce rate within the Punjabi community. Every man and woman have different preferences and each man and woman can’t be judged the same but the results due shed light on what the better of two paths are. Source - http://dailysikhupdates.com/survey-90-divorced-women-prefer-gursikh15/
Sat 09/10/2016 - 09:52 Wim Deloof Mayor Hans Bonte (SP.A) the Sikh temple in Vilvoorde has closed indefinitely. There was a fight between different groups which it is no longer safe. It is not the first time that there are problems with the temple. Last Sunday was almost out of hand and the police had to intervene massively. There are also rumors of smuggling in the temple. Bonte now wants that first of all is clarity about who is in control in the temple. Ten Sikhs live in Vilvoorde but because of its central location the temple attracts hundreds of Sikhs from all over Flanders. Source - https://translate.google.co.in/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A//deredactie.be/cm/vrtnieuws/regio/vlaamsbrabant/1.2763564