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  1. This was written by Parveen Babi a bollywood actress who had mental illness, schizophrenia. I have no idea what she was trying to write! lol the whole thing just went over my head. She wrote this in 1997. her mental illness was quite bad and she accused Amitabh Bachchan, Bill Clinton and Prince Charles of threatening her! The Age of Philosophy: A Critique of Pure Reason By Parveen Babi Our contemporary society erroneously defines a philosopher as any individual who conducts a logical analysis of existing and apparent reality. This perhaps is proof that contemporary s
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    Gurmat & Vedanta

    Are Gurmat and Advaita Vedanta similar? What are the major points that differentiate Gurmat philosophy from Advaita/other schools of Vedanta?
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    GURU NANAK's MARRIAGE

    Ok so i live in Amritsar, i try to be good sikh evryday by trying to understand the bani logically, because, we know evrything in SGGS is logical and nothing is Chamatkar and all, I never knew that we celebrate Guru Nanak's Marriage in Batala at gurudwara Kandh Sahib, did'nt know we even have Melas and all on his marriage. Sp the questions are :- Why Do we celebrate only Guru Nanak's Marriage ? why not other guru's marriages ? Is the story about Kandh sahib historically accurate ? ( please mention your sources if you know something ) and Why does the dates changes e
  4. ਜੇ ਸਾਰੀ ਖੇੜ ਕਰਮਾ ਦੀ ਹੈ , ਤੇ ਫੇਰ ਰਹਿਮਤ ਕਿਥੇ ? Its an established axiom in indian faiths (that includes sikhism) that whatever we sow, we shall reap. Accordingly , good karams fetches happiness , bad karams fetches suffering. This raises some particularly interesting question, especially when related to sikhism. Sikhism unlike other indian religions stress on rehmat of god , more than individual action. In this regard , its more similar in thought to sufi kalaam. Sikh gurus have even stressed to an extent that one cannot do anything , god is "kartaa" of everything. So , if effect
  5. Has the Sikh community lost its sense of sarbat da bhalla by becoming to focused on 'panthic' issues?
  6. how can one reply to this arguement: "If a mystic admits that the object of his vision is something which cannot be described, then he must also admit that he is bound to talk nonesense when he describes it." - Ayer
  7. If you accept the way something is, it doesn't necessarily mean you agree with it or does it?
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