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I'm originally from London, but study in Birmingham for university, and since coming here i've noticed the singh's from here are way different. Apparently it's normal to see singh's with full beards and paghs going clubbing and drinking, someone was telling me how he saw a full nihang singh in Mooch bar drinking alcohol with full saroop. Stuff like this would never be allowed in the area i am from. The singh's seem way more feminine and look like they can't defend themselves. Apneh girls at university are different breeds, i've seen so many apneh girls with <banned word filter activated
Anonymous writer. We must respect our country and hv to respect beliefs of majority. Saanu iss gall daa fakhr taan hunda hai ki other religions de lok Gurdwara sahib aa k paath karde te sunde hann. Oh picture msg mere kol jyada nahi taan 15-20 vaar aaeya hovega jis vich ik Muslim Gurdwara sahib vich paath kar reha hai. Par je assi kise Sikh nu other than Gurdwara sahib kitte hor dekh layiye taan uss nu jaano maaran tak jaande haan. Religious kattarta v ikk tarah Di hinsaa hi hai. Koi teohar aaye doosre religion daa assi uchchi uchchi hoka den lagde haan ki eh sab bakwaas hai. Theek hai gurmat
**RHUL Sikh Soc goes to Saffron Mic 2013!** https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=682126081799086&set=a.570062073005488.1073741829.570050406339988&type=1&relevant_count=1 On the Friday 22nd November, Sikhs from across the country will get together at the Paul Robeson Theatre in Hounslow to enjoy a night where Sikh issues are displayed through poetry, music, art and film. This fun-filled event has been very successful in the past with many different people bringing their own unique and innovative pieces of personal art forms to the forefront in a public forum. The doors will o