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I've recently come across these "ravidas and nanaksari' people and am a little confused about what religion they are. So I googled some of their places of worship and saw pictures of Sikh Gurus in their hall and some have a Nishan Sahib and some even use the word Gudwara outside the building. My suspicions were raised when I watched a video on youtube about them and they don't say Satnaam Waheguru like us they say something else > https://youtu.be/Oihq5qObDtc?t=387 in this video you can also hear their own version Bole Sole Ne Haal. I also found a link to this as well where it looks like some real Sikhs took care of business https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna_temple_attack On this Sikh website I use often I found bhagat ravidas ji in the Sikh holy book https://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhagat_Ravidas Im 90% sure nanaksari people are not Sikhs but I am a bit lost with the ravidas lot so can anyone clarify both to me and I'm not too sure about this but if they are not Sikhs can they really use Sikh Guru pictures, Nishaan Sahib flags etc?
WJKK WJKF! The SIKHI EXPLORED team (university students) has just published its 8th article.. This edition is on the life of BHAGAT RAVIDAS JEE and will reveal stories about his life, as told by Sant Maskeen Singh, Sant Waryam Singh and Baba Lakhbir Singh. Who was he? What did he do? Why do Sikhs show him so much respect? The article will answer these questions and use examples from His teachings and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee to tackle 'caste' issues, which are still prevalent in society today (despite the Gurus abolishing it centuries ago!) Please check it out @ www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com. Wjkk wjkf Other articles in the first series: 1- Martrydom of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Jee 2- Sahibzaada Baba Fateh Singh 3- Battle of Chamkaur 4- Saka Sirhind 5- Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee and His Gurbani 6- Complete history of Sri Harmandar Sahib 7-The life and Shaheedi of Sant Baba Deep Singh Jee 8-Bhagat Ravidas Jee Sikhi Explored, Articles by the Sikh Youth