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Sikhs are not superheroes, gurbani narrates that we cannot do anything at all, and that God is the only doer. Guru Nanak Dev Ji calls himself the lowest of the low and refers to himself as lowly animals, as a slave etc.

All we can ever be are slaves to Truth, to God. Nothing belongs to us, no power, no nothing- for we are Nothing. I know you wrote that your book is not intended to be a work of religious fiction, however the protagonist is wearing a pagh and is named Anhad...

Kudos for trying to kill the sardar jokes though... And sorry for being such a killjoy! lol

You are absolutely right veerji, I appreciate your views and thoughts.

wearing a pagh is issue for u?? prince of persia(game, story or movie) wears a pagh too, so does it becomes religious??

and about the jokes: sir please go and watch some of the bollywood movies, the person who is represented as Sardar who does stupid acts and acts stubborn, speaks stupid dialogues, he wears a pagh too. Is that ok for u?? Search for "chaar din ki chandni" trailer on youtube and say thanks to them lol.

MY MOTIVE IS TO PORTRAY THE RIGHT IMAGE OF SARDARS.

I will make movies, I will write books.

THIS IS MY WAY.

Sir, you can ask me any question for an explanation.

WGKK, WGKF!!

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I'm sure I won't be the only one thinking this but Anhad Ji needs a beard. It would be really cool if he develops and grows older and in later issues grows his beard. That would be cool.

We are nothing sir, our guru, Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji is all superior, Anhad is a true follower of Guru maharaj, its not that people bow down their head infront of him as per story, Rest sir I think

WGKK WGKF, Veerji its just the title of the book, it is Anhad Singh s/o Amrik Singh as per the story.

You are absolutely right veerji, I appreciate your views and thoughts.

wearing a pagh is issue for u?? prince of persia(game, story or movie) wears a pagh too, so does it becomes religious??

and about the jokes: sir please go and watch some of the bollywood movies, the person who is represented as Sardar who does stupid acts and acts stubborn, speaks stupid dialogues, he wears a pagh too. Is that ok for u?? Search for "chaar din ki chandni" trailer on youtube and say thanks to them lol.

MY MOTIVE IS TO PORTRAY THE RIGHT IMAGE OF SARDARS.

I will make movies, I will write books.

THIS IS MY WAY.

Sir, you can ask me any question for an explanation.

WGKK, WGKF!!

Thankyou Ji

I appreciate what you are trying to do, and yes sardar jokes and many bollywood portrayals of sikhs are insulting and truly awful. Considering India massacred our people (in most awful and demonic ways) in a Holocaust not long ago and have violated many of our human rights ever since purely due to our truthful beliefs, the fact that they have tried to humiliate us via media and entertainment is beyond disgusting. So I have the utmost respect for you trying to get up and fight this great injustice and slander.

All I ask is that you uphold the humility that sikhs have, for it is only by becoming the lowest of the low on this earth that we are able to excel in bhagti- I assume you have done this in your book. So all I was commenting on was the title of 'Superhero'(not the turban,although I did say that Anhad is a sikh name and you say the aim is to portray Sardars in a Truer light, hence the assumption the protagonist is a sardar) of your book's protagonist which could be seen as a self glorifying title, for we claim ourselves to be Nothing in Sikhi and for Him to be Everything.

God bless you.

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We are nothing sir, our guru, Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji is all superior, Anhad is a true follower of Guru maharaj, its not that people bow down their head infront of him as per story, Rest sir I think reading the book can very well justify your answer and yes sir he is no doubt the lowest of the low, dont worry on that part sir.

Thankyou Ji,

I'm glad to hear that and am very grateful. Thankyou for spreading Truth.

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MY MOTIVE IS TO PORTRAY THE RIGHT IMAGE OF SARDARS.

I will make movies, I will write books.

THIS IS MY WAY.

Sir, you can ask me any question for an explanation.

WGKK, WGKF!!

I really appreciate your thoughts and efforts and wish all success in your ventures.

My question for you is that your profile picture does not PORTRAY THE RIGHT IMAGE OF SARDARS.

I hope you will become a Sabat Sorrat Sardar soon and proudly show us that you walk your talk.

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Ji sir, I could have tied a turban and grown beard and then applied profile picture, but main apni kaum attey readers nu dhokhe vich nahi rakhna chanda, like many of the people do. My image does not portray the ryt image of sardar's but My SEWA will :). I have started my journey towards sikhi with sewa, sikhi will gift me 'Sabat Soorat' with time.

Fateh!!

I like that. May Waheguru guide you in your journey towards Sikhi.

Again wishing you grand success in your ventures.

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Ji sir, I could have tied a turban and grown beard and then applied profile picture, but main apni kaum attey readers nu dhokhe vich nahi rakhna chanda, like many of the people do. My image does not portray the ryt image of sardar's but My SEWA will :). I have started my journey towards sikhi with sewa, sikhi will gift me 'Sabat Soorat' with time.

Fateh!!

And this aspect of you and the book my dear brother will be critical as you are promoting what you are doing. Take great care on how you present your role and relation to the book. In any appearances you make with the book explain yourself with great care or the celebration may appear to be one of hypocrisy and mere business which you won't even know as the world is full of the same.

This is not a criticism of you personally bro. You are more Sikh than I am if that lends perspective. In some respect kudos to you to realize it's not enough to wear the dastar and kes as a costume. You have said something very important here. However, you are not passive in your relation to Sikhi at present as you suggest. You are active and OPPOSED in REGULARLY cutting the gift of your guruji and treating it as a nuisance. You shave/trim on a regular basis so that itself can be seen as a bit of dhoka.

The very act of someone like you claiming Sikhi and promoting yourself as an author of a book like this could suggest that Anhad wears a dated costume that is a legend for the history books. Think of these things bro. In writing this I am concerned about what younger and future generations will think. You are their hero as much a Anhad Singh is...be a proper role model.

May waheguroo guide you on the amazing journey you have undertaken. Just remember to be strong enough to challenge head-on the feeble cliques of global culture and stop, what for a sikh is, the barbaric act of cutting your hair only then does the journey BEGIN.

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And this aspect of you and the book my dear brother will be critical as you are promoting what you are doing. Take great care on how you present your role and relation to the book. In any appearances you make with the book explain yourself with great care or the celebration may appear to be one of hypocrisy and mere business which you won't even know as the world is full of the same.

This is not a criticism of you personally bro. You are more Sikh than I am if that lends perspective. In some respect kudos to you to realize it's not enough to wear the dastar and kes as a costume. You have said something very important here. However, you are not passive in your relation to Sikhi at present as you suggest. You are active and OPPOSED in REGULARLY cutting the gift of your guruji and treating it as a nuisance. You shave/trim on a regular basis so that itself can be seen as a bit of dhoka.

The very act of someone like you claiming Sikhi and promoting yourself as an author of a book like this could suggest that Anhad wears a dated costume that is a legend for the history books. Think of these things bro. In writing this I am concerned about what younger and future generations will think. You are their hero as much a Anhad Singh is...be a proper role model.

May waheguroo guide you on the amazing journey you have undertaken. Just remember to be strong enough to challenge head-on the feeble cliques of global culture and stop, what for a sikh is, the barbaric act of cutting your hair only then does the journey BEGIN.

Very beautifully put. This is the message which needs to be understood by the Sikhs who have turned patit. And shockingly even in such forums as Sikh Sangat where such "barbaric act of cutting

your hair" are pointed out, it is termed as negativity and bitterness. The moderators also tend to allow these kind of comments instead of reprimanding such posts.

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And this aspect of you and the book my dear brother will be critical as you are promoting what you are doing. Take great care on how you present your role and relation to the book. In any appearances you make with the book explain yourself with great care or the celebration may appear to be one of hypocrisy and mere business which you won't even know as the world is full of the same.

This is not a criticism of you personally bro. You are more Sikh than I am if that lends perspective. In some respect kudos to you to realize it's not enough to wear the dastar and kes as a costume. You have said something very important here. However, you are not passive in your relation to Sikhi at present as you suggest. You are active and OPPOSED in REGULARLY cutting the gift of your guruji and treating it as a nuisance. You shave/trim on a regular basis so that itself can be seen as a bit of dhoka.

The very act of someone like you claiming Sikhi and promoting yourself as an author of a book like this could suggest that Anhad wears a dated costume that is a legend for the history books. Think of these things bro. In writing this I am concerned about what younger and future generations will think. You are their hero as much a Anhad Singh is...be a proper role model.

May waheguroo guide you on the amazing journey you have undertaken. Just remember to be strong enough to challenge head-on the feeble cliques of global culture and stop, what for a sikh is, the barbaric act of cutting your hair only then does the journey BEGIN.

Thank you very much brother for your beautiful sarcastic comment. You are correct, but you cannot judge a person by simply reading comments and searching over the forums. There is alott of difference between me and my book. I am not doing it for business, "Waheguru da ditta sab kuch hai". And if your suggestion would have been brother-like you might have messaged me in personal and explained me, your views. I am born in a Sikh family, I am already familiar with the explanation you gave above, and yes JSinghnz is very happy to see your comment. I am younger in age than you, around 19, but I think ki "Sada dharam sab nu naal le ke chalan wala hai, na ki jo naal ralna chanda ohdi bezti krna, you people have dastar, have kes you are role models no doubt, but I am Patit, if I do something, it's wrong, its against Sikhi."

Anyways, just don't want to argue, I accept your criticism. :)

Fateh!!

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Thank you very much brother for your beautiful sarcastic comment. You are correct, but you cannot judge a person by simply reading comments and searching over the forums. There is alott of difference between me and my book. I am not doing it for business, "Waheguru da ditta sab kuch hai". And if your suggestion would have been brother-like you might have messaged me in personal and explained me, your views. I am born in a Sikh family, I am already familiar with the explanation you gave above, and yes JSinghnz is very happy to see your comment. I am younger in age than you, around 19, but I think ki "Sada dharam sab nu naal le ke chalan wala hai, na ki jo naal ralna chanda ohdi bezti krna, you people have dastar, have kes you are role models no doubt, but I am Patit, if I do something, it's wrong, its against Sikhi."

Anyways, just don't want to argue, I accept your criticism. :)

Fateh!!

Dearest little bro,

Love & Argue will not go away, but I will argue FOR you…..here to protect you and fight with you, and FOR you. I accept your criticism also. There is no “you people” here, just “us”. Lots more to say and can be said. Will touch base later bro.

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Dearest little bro,

Love & Argue will not go away, but I will argue FOR you…..here to protect you and fight with you, and FOR you. I accept your criticism also. There is no “you people” here, just “us”. Lots more to say and can be said. Will touch base later bro.

If it would have been "us" your reply would have been motivational and inspirational.

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