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Just want to like everyone's view on adopting children. I'm all for it and thinks there is nothing wrong with it, i know some people are against it. But why can't a Sikh Amritdhari couple adopt if they want? Why do some people in Sikh society find it unacceptable. There are so many children Sikh children in India that need a home, family, love, support etc.

Just want everyone's view on this.

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Nothing wrong with Adopting a kid. It is a very good idea actually, not only does it bring a child into your life but it also gives that child a home and happiness. As you stated above...there are many children that need love and care, so i say Go For It! :TH:

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It's a very good idea...

But suppose... the kid does something wrong like "marries out of caste or religion or does something wrong that can harm the "respect" of your family"...never say this to him/her: "Tera Khoon Hi Ganda Si"...

...Go ahead...It's a very thoughtful thing to do! =)

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what an amazing thing to do, to give a child a shelter, a loving parents to grow up with.. i've always wanted to adopt a child... maybe some day it will happen :)

a lot of respect to those who do it and do it with pure love :)

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