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  1. I think we would know what state Sikhs would be in a muslim majority indian punjab we just need to look at condition of our oppressed and brutalised Sikh brothers and sisters in afghanistan, pakistan and kashmir But what about if it became a christian majority state what would be the consequences for the safety and security of Sikhi and Sikhs?
  2. What would you say are strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) facing the sikh community in present times? You can base your analysis globally or locally/nationally.
  3. Waheguru Sikhi is growing in UK. 500,000 and converts. We have surpassed Jains and Jews and Buddhists. Even the BBC has realised this and showing us more in the media. There is a Gurdwara in every British city. The British like our culture especially our food.
  4. At my job today I met a new white muslim man. He had a very conniving look on his face and very unattractive african muslim female with him. She was shaking as she handed me the money and he laughed very VERY loudly when they left. I have noticed that white male converts to islam in the US are often the most contrarian people, looking for fights. In the one instance I met a white female convert she was extremely loud and talked fast with bouts of uncontrollable laughter, she seemed quite insane. Is this true in the UK? On another note I have notice that whites that begin to follow the
  5. Anyone notice a strange pattern emerging near to both Seven Kings Gurdwaras. The karamsar Gurdwara has a rather big rectangular building on the right side that has muslims doing some prayers or studies there. It is not a mosque. But seems like they are hiring rooms out there with probably an intention of converting it into a mosque although probably difficult to get planning permission. Not sure why they chose right next to the Gurdwara. Then you have the other Seven Kings Gurdwara further down, The older built one. Here it is the same thing. Directly opposite a community type buil
  6. Many say migration to foreign countries is to blame , but we just see lesser and lesser turbans in punjab every day. Even in the holy city of amritsar , one sees lesser proportions of turbaned youths . Recently inaugurated IIM at Amritsar offers a scarier picture on its official website. The batch picture of students shows most appear to be non-sikh students with shorn hair. In a batch pic of some 50 students, I didn't see more than 2 turbans . Rest all boys were shorned hair. Are they kids of migrants from UP, bihar ? don't know Sikhs fell from 61% share of punjab demography in 200
  7. Why do the demographics of the UK show that there are more indians than pakistanis? I always thought there were more pakistanis, as nearly every town and city in the uk has a pakistani population... any explanations?
  8. In one of the 52 commandments Guru Gobind Singh Ji left for the Sikhs he stated that a daughter of the Sikhs should only have her hand in marriage given to another Sikh family. But he did not say the same for Sikh sons for them only given to Sikhs for marriage. Why was this? This question is mainly for the liberal lefties to ponder on. Because to majority of learned and right thinking Sikhs he is clearly showing us how there is a difference between the genders when it comes to procreation and relationships. Sikh Men are like rocks in the ground they will usually stick to their reili
  9. As per the India religious census data of 2011, released by the Registrar General and Census Commissioner on Tuesday, the total population of India back in 2011 was 1.21 billion people. Currently in 2015 the population of India is estimated to be just under 1.3 billion people. In 2011, the Hindu population was 966.3 million (79.8 per cent); Muslim 172.2 million (14.2 per cent); Christian 27.8 million (2.3 per cent); Sikh 20.8 million (1.7 per cent); Buddhist 8.4 million (0.7 per cent); Jain 4.5 million (0.4 per cent), Other religions & persuasions (ORP) 7.9 million (0.7 per cent), religi
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