Jump to content

I Love A Muslim Girl


Guest _GUPT_

Recommended Posts

i dont really know how to start this..

I have known this muslim girl for 7 years and we have become very very close. I recently began to develop feelings for her but at the same time i am into Sikhi by going to AKJ smagams, camps etc.

For a while i stopped texting and phoning her but now she has started contacting me just when i had got over her...

I am really scared and i dont know what to do as my parents are into Sikhi as well and my feelings would bring shame to the family.. what should i do?

any advice from GurSikhs please would be very very appreciated.

Bhula Chuka Dee Maaf

VJKK

VJKF

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 59
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Waheguroo jee ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo jee kee Fateh!

You already know the answer, so I don't see why you are posting.

A sikh of the guru must only marry a sikh. Why? Because its just common sense that if your life revolves around sikhi, then the person you spend the rest of your life with must share those same goals.

If religion has no value to you, or to her, then it doesn't matter who you marry. But if you are getting involved in AKJ and other programs, I would ask that you consider the consequences first.

Waheguroo jee ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo jee kee Fateh!

Link to post
Share on other sites
If she loves ya ask her to convert, if she doesnt find a Sikh girl thumbs_up.gif

GREAAT advice..

hence the sarcasim...

yea we cud see the sarcasm which made it funny but when you went and stated it was sarcasm it just well killed the humure to be quite frank LOL.gif:)

i wasnt being sarcastic...or he could marry her and she could remain Muslim but the kids could be raised Sikhs :cool:

Link to post
Share on other sites
marry someone that loves YOU, not the one you love

I concur that. Damn man, Papi is giving good advice these days. :TH: Ask her even if she loves you, and say that if she loves you, is she willing to become Sikh. Be careful, she better not be one of those girls that wants you to convert to their religion and than marry her. If you give up your sikhi for her, than I must say that Sikhi is not important to you, and religion should be before a girl. Like I said, is she willing to convert to Sikhism if she loves you so much, if not than I wouldn't be too sure about this girl. Frankly, I think its' best to keep it in the religion. Normally, someone you love will not love you back, just like papi said marry someone that loves YOU, not that YOU love. :TH:

Link to post
Share on other sites
marry someone that loves YOU, not the one you love

I concur that. Damn man, Papi is giving good advice these days. :TH: Ask her even if she loves you, and say that if she loves you, is she willing to become Sikh. Be careful, she better not be one of those girls that wants you to convert to their religion and than marry her. If you give up your sikhi for her, than I must say that Sikhi is not important to you, and religion should be before a girl. Like I said, is she willing to convert to Sikhism if she loves you so much, if not than I wouldn't be too sure about this girl. Frankly, I think its' best to keep it in the religion. Normally, someone you love will not love you back, just like papi said marry someone that loves YOU, not that YOU love. :TH:

ummm :cool: how is that possible?how can u expect someone to love u if u dont? what if the other person is thinking the same way? :)

Link to post
Share on other sites
i dont really know how to start this..

I have known this muslim girl for 7 years and we have become very very close. I recently began to develop feelings for her but at the same time i am into Sikhi by going to AKJ smagams, camps etc.

For a while i stopped texting and phoning her but now she has started contacting me just when i had got over her...

I am really scared and i dont know what to do as my parents are into Sikhi as well and my feelings would bring shame to the family.. what should i do?

any advice from GurSikhs please would be very very appreciated.

Bhula Chuka Dee Maaf

VJKK

VJKF

I'm not a Gursikh by any meassure but my advice might help as I've been in similar situation, ive helped many a muslim female appreciate Sikhism's history, scriptures and values and some who ive chatted to have actually gone ahead converted and married into a Sikh wedding ceremony with their chosen partners. Like this British Afghan Pathan girl who was seeing a Sikh guy at aston uni for some time and have since married and moved to canada last year.

Bring the woman closer to the Sikh faith, by your good conduct. If she respects and loves you even thought you seem to be a religious Sikh guy then thats one thing she admires, if you give up your values in faith for one moment of madness with her you then will lose everything. Have to remain focused on your final destination, think of it like a road journery their are many objects and obstecles to distact you along the way and if you dont concentrate on the road and follow where you are going you will crash or get lost on some wrong route.

Link to post
Share on other sites
marry someone that loves YOU, not the one you love

I concur that. Damn man, Papi is giving good advice these days. :TH: Ask her even if she loves you, and say that if she loves you, is she willing to become Sikh. Be careful, she better not be one of those girls that wants you to convert to their religion and than marry her. If you give up your sikhi for her, than I must say that Sikhi is not important to you, and religion should be before a girl. Like I said, is she willing to convert to Sikhism if she loves you so much, if not than I wouldn't be too sure about this girl. Frankly, I think its' best to keep it in the religion. Normally, someone you love will not love you back, just like papi said marry someone that loves YOU, not that YOU love. :TH:

ummm :cool: how is that possible?how can u expect someone to love u if u dont? what if the other person is thinking the same way? :)

Well, normally you can tell who loves you, and who is putting on a soap opera to take the belongings you have. If the other person is thinking the same way, than sooner or later they will both find their destination with each other. I am not saying don't love the person that loves you, but you should marry someone that LOVES you, not that ONLY you love her/him. If its' a two way cycle than the relationship will go smoothly, if its' a one way, than its' hard for both parties.

Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • This issue including the attempted ousting of Sikh farmers in UP and Kutch as well as the attacks on Sikhs in Kashmir valley will continue because we do not understand how ethnic politics works in India. Why is it that there are no such actions against other ethnic minorities, why aren't Bengalis also being ousted from the Terai in UP where they have settled in larger numbers than Sikhs? It is because the UP govt knows that there are significant number of UP labourers working in Kolkata and other cities in West Bengal and they will face retaliation if Bengalis are harmed in UP. Same is the case for other ethnic minorities. A few years ago the rape a Gujarati baby girl by a Bhaiya set off riots which led to the ouster of thousands of Bhaiyas from Gujarat. Even a fake video about the massacre of Rohingyas in Myanmar set off riots against people from the North Eastern States in South India by Muslims.  The reason these Sikhs in Shillong are being ousted is because we Sikhs and especially the Sikhs in Punjab now have the reputation that we will not retaliate against anything happening to Sikhs in the rest of India. This is why we are under attack in virtually every state. There were no attacks on Sikhs in the early 90s in Kashmir valley while the Kashmiri Pandits were forced out mainly because it suited Pakistan to keep the Khalistan movement on side as well as the fear that the Kharkoos were also capable of retaliation against Punjabi Muslims if Sikhs were targeted in Kashmir. Now that the movement is at a low ebb and previous Kashmiri murders of Sikhs such as at Chattisinghpora did not lead to any retaliation in Punjab then Pakistan sees nothing wrong in their proxies murdering Sikhs.  With regard to Shillong, there are hundreds of North Eastern students studying in Punjab universities and colleges. The majority of them belong to leading and influential families in the north east as well as Meghalaya. If they faced some heat in Punjab then you will see how quick the Meghalaya govt withdraws its action against the Sikhs of Shillong. The politics of retaliation works in India. If after Chattisingpora there had been retaliation against the Kashmiris in Punjab then the targeting of Sikhs would have ended. But the last time we understood the politics of retaliation was when Santji would threaten retaliation if Sikhs outside Punjab were harmed. This was the case when Sikhs were threatened in Rajasthan and nothing come of the threat to them showing how well such politics works.  Here are some of the north eastern student snowflakes in Punjab who while the Sikhs of Shillong were physically attacked last year were complaining about people in Punjab calling them Chinki or Corona!!  'We Are Indians, Not Chinese': Northeast Students Request People Not To Call Them ‘Coronavirus’ | Watch    
    • I might be being judgmental but the women in the photos don't look the 'religious' types. I think these 'toys' might promote a very soft form of 'cultural' faith. 
    • This is a great idea for our community to learn as well. Definitely not our gurus or known personalities but we can have a regular singh/singhi Sikh characters.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use