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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 evry year ? if its because of NanakShahi Calender, does it follow hindu calander ? but when we reject everything hindu, then why not calender ?
  2. 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 of karams cannot be extinguished except by bearing it (either by happiness or sorrow) , then in such an automatic system of universe, where does waheguru's rehmat / kirpa comes into pic ?
  3. Has the Sikh community lost its sense of sarbat da bhalla by becoming to focused on 'panthic' issues?
  4. 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
  5. If you accept the way something is, it doesn't necessarily mean you agree with it or does it?
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