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Is It Allowed Sikh Ladies To Keep Fast On Karva Chauth ?

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this fast is observed to prolong husbands life, yes? well maharaj tells us that ours breaths are already written, i.e the time of death is already written so you cannot prolong your husbands life by fasting. Also death is not something to be feared, it is to be excepted.

Also to observe this fast you may have to bow down to a hindu deity, which is against sikhi, we should only bow to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee.

Finally, in the first pauree of Jap Jee Sahib Jee we are told : pukihia pukh na ooteri je bana pooria par - no matter how much you fast, and whatever you fast for you pukh - hunger will only go away when you become one with Akaal Purkh waheguru.

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It means other religion who are indulging and following their rituals were all pakhandi 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

I seriously don't know why we says it's pakhand.. Might be possible they having faith towards their own goddess.. Well everyone knows that God can do anything right????. It's all your karma which will give you positive and negative  result at the end of the day.. And let me know who is their who will going to give you karma result??? Apa kehne aa waheguru aa krn te karaan wala.. Then we guys are not understand the other religion traditions and their rituals.. 

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4 hours ago, LeenaK said:

1Talibanized Sikhi and 2Protestantized Sikhi and3  Sanatan Sikhi and4 jewmerica 3H0 filth of amErika are all undesirable forms of actual AryaSaka Sikh dharm. 

Only Lovers are alive: everyone else is dead and stinks from afar.—

curse of widowhood divorce polygyny polyandry  is hell-

go for it - karwa chawth is fine

— what ain’t fine is jewy chindiya kakistocrats genociding AryaSaka personages internationally.

big breakfast is stupid- as Persian civilizational standard first a morning walk jog then light breakfast- lunch is biggest meal - AryaSaka vegetaryan nutrition -

maintaining pure lineages is vital in reincarnation of excellence - good souls who shall extirpate all forms of slavery and empty all hells . 
where is the harm in karwa chawth- ancient festival as ancient as our Lohri

[mind u well western calendar is zogwog fraud ]

true mahapurakh own earth planet - as per maskeen katha - 

happy family life is but earlier heaven - Bernard Shaw 

the war on menfolk is terrorism of zog- protect the boys— boys protect girlfolk 

anyone messing up divine lineages of purest AryaSaka khoon by messing around with born sinners of Xtianity deserves censure . 
• we have our own phenotype varieties at greater AfPakHind 

8 words that matter: wretched existence in perpetuity for enemies of Afghanistan 

Puranik hinduism is inferior to Sikhism. Actual brain cells r lost - hindoo admit this fact .

proper wedlock is exceedingly rare— fast for 23 daily to protect husband if that’s what it takes . 
One man can impregnate the whole world.

a few seconds can ruin a female forever

- stop terrorizing men-

Aryan patriarchy protects families and worlds upon worlds .




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3 hours ago, LeenaK said:

Fact: unarmed are never shot dead by USA police - never regardless of colour . 

I find your character amusing. The racially motivated anti Gurmat sentiments regarding Afghanistan lineage etc not withstanding, and worshipping ancestors etc. 

Thanks for the shout out though and keep rocking this character. Amusing as heck. 

As per what I quoted though....lol....deluded or trolling. 

Peace Ji. 

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