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oh and ps. i have "flagged this as inappropriate" with YouTube and have asked for it to be removed because i feel discriminated bludddd n me gonna hunt u down n bust a cap in yo <admin-profanity filter activated>..........!

LOOOOOOOOOOOOL GOOD LUCK!!!!!

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OMGGGGGGGGGGGG roflroflrofl LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

I RATE YO U GUYSS FOR THATTT!!!

ITS SOOO LIKE 20000% True!!!!!!!!!!

IF ONLY EVERYONE WOULD REALISE HOW MUCH OUR PEOPLE ARE DEGARDING THEMSELVES AS TIME GOES BY!

BASS SINGH I SALUTE YOU!>>>>>>>>>>I RECKON YOU SHOULD DO MORE OF THESE!

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Well done guys, that was excellent! :) It is highly thought-provoking and says a great deal about Punjabi identity today, but leaves us with even more questions too! I love it!

Some of the thoughts in my head... Are we all about assimilation? Isn't it appropriate to adapt to some extent to your surroundings? What value do the late-arrivals (FOBs) have in the UK today? Why do we look down at them so much? How concerned should we be of young Sikhs who overcome youthful, hedonic lifestyles and go on to preach rigid interpretations of Sikhi? Can anybody be a Sikh?

Great stuff! :cool:

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Well done guys, that was excellent! :) It is highly thought-provoking and says a great deal about Punjabi identity today, but leaves us with even more questions too! I love it!

Some of the thoughts in my head... Are we all about assimilation? Isn't it appropriate to adapt to some extent to your surroundings? What value do the late-arrivals (FOBs) have in the UK today? Why do we look down at them so much? How concerned should we be of young Sikhs who overcome youthful, hedonic lifestyles and go on to preach rigid interpretations of Sikhi? Can anybody be a Sikh?

Great stuff! :cool:

good questions!

waheguru ji kakhalsa waheguru ji ki fateh!

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Gurfateh,

looool :) Let them be after me, the idea about the video is about Sikhi Parchar! Hopefully with mahrajs kirpa more videos will be made about Sikhi and hopefully will encourage to take the path of the double edged sword!

AKAAALLLL

GURFATEHHH!!

Can you please explain how this is Sikhi Parchar? Surely Parchar is recognising the problem and then tackling it. You seem to just make a joke about the problem rather than suggesting what can be done about it etc?

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Its bad enough for the youth to write articles thinkin they know what they are talking about after hardly any experience on the path of sikhi, but for something like this with people dancing to music, to be classed as parchar is a disgrace.

I suggest you do ardaas in guru jis hazoori and ask for forgiveness.

why have the youth suddenly got it into their head that parchaar to other people is what it is all about, concentrate on your own sikhi before trying to tell others what to is right or wrong.

Singhs do not dance, and if you are trying to do parchaar, you especially do not go about it by dancing and acting like kaleh, just think, can you imagine singhs back in the day doing parchaar of this sort?

People say bhai fauja singh preached bak in the day, can you imagine bhai fauja singh in a video such as this?

no i didnt think so.

Would u make this video infront of guru gobind singh ji maharaj?

Remove this video off the internet and do not take part in such useless activities again

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the video was used as a part of a sikh forum. people like to understand things in funny ways. everyones reaction when watching that video was lyk.. omg thats so true.. etc etc...

The video allowed people to look, and see what part of their identity they where losing the most.. if u look at each clip, what is lost? the sikhi and punjabi boli is lost. this was the key of the talk that was done.

yes manmat activities where used as an example, by taking the P*** out of them to show how things are changing.. the attendees of the talk enjoyed it, gave feedback stating its helped them to see things differently.. some of them have returned to their homes and talked to the families about it... and everyones happy.. (apart from an odd few)

look at the message of the video

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Gurfateh,

looool :) Let them be after me, the idea about the video is about Sikhi Parchar! Hopefully with mahrajs kirpa more videos will be made about Sikhi and hopefully will encourage to take the path of the double edged sword!

AKAAALLLL

GURFATEHHH!!

Can you please explain how this is Sikhi Parchar? Surely Parchar is recognising the problem and then tackling it. You seem to just make a joke about the problem rather than suggesting what can be done about it etc?

like i said bhai sahib. the video was apart of a talk. it was the opening to firstly gain peoples attention, to keep them interested, and let them see thing which have happened over the time sikhs have come to this country.

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