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Should sikhs celebrate divaali (rechirstened as bandi chor divas)when there is no historical proof of Guru Hargobind jee acutally coming home on a day that coincides with hindu Diwaali ? Share your views - in my view if we have a good naam simran practise then everyday is diwali
Today you will see the following vaar by Bhai Gurdas jee being sung in gurdwaras - dIvwlI dI rwiq dIvy bwlIAin] Lamps are lighted in the night of divali festival. qwry jwiq snwiq AMbir BwlIAin] Stars of different variety appear in the sky. PulW dI bwgwiq cuix cuix cwlIAin] In the gardens the flowers are there which are selectively plucked. qIriQ jwqI jwiq nYx inhwlIAin] The pilgrims going to pilgrimage centres are also seen. hir cMdaurI Jwiq vswie aucwlIAin] The imaginary habitats have been seen coming into being and vanishing. gurmuiK suK Pl dwiq sbid smHwlIAin ]6] All these are momentary,
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! We protest against bipran ki reet when we criticise Sikhs who celebrate karva chauth, rakhree/raksha bandan etc because Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaaj says 'Jab Lag Khalsa Rahe Niara, Tab Lag Tej Dioon Mein Sara. Jab Eh Gaye Birpran Ki Reet, Mein Na Karoon In Ki Parteet.' Under article 25 of the Indian constitution, Hindus include Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains. Are you celebrating Deepavali (divali) today? Do you prefer the blessings of goddess Lakshmi over Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaaj's Parteet.. Yeah yeah you didn't mean divali when you said happy