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Singh and Kaur are also used by Hindus and also there are many others who use Singh and Kaur in their name and do much worse how can you police them all?

please be aware there is no monopoly over these names as they have been in existence for centuries prior to 1699. She is not promoting the faith,is she?

I mean there are X amount of Punjabi and even more non Punjabi Hindus who use Singh and Kaur as their PROPER surname as opposed to a MIDDLE name. Some may indulge in many non desirable practices -what to do (petition)?

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I mean there are X amount of Punjabi and even more non Punjabi Hindus who use Singh and Kaur as their PROPER surname as opposed to a MIDDLE name. Some may indulge in many non desirable practices -what to do (petition)?

I've seen Hindus who use Singh, but I have yet to come across a Hindu Kaur

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There is a difference between your average joe and someone who is in the public eye. If you are using the word Kaur just to boost your public profile yet behave in a way that brings utter shame to it then it is wrong.

The language this kutti uses is no way a proper Kaur uses.

Also please enlighten me as i too have never come across any Hindu using the word Kaur in her name

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Man, just as a note, and I know ya'll are gonna hate me for this:

I strongly dislike anyone using horrible, offensive language towards anyone else. It does not make you better than that person. It does not reflect the way Sikhs should carry themselves.

Yes, we all get heated and annoyed- control it. Even someone doing wrong doesnt justify you wishing bad upon them- understand this!

Take whatever steps you feel necessary, but before you say something remember that the girl has feelings too. So do her parents. Stop blaming the darn parents, most did the best that they could, gosh damn. I'm of the opinion that elders should be respected at least to an extent.

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Meet more people, as your from Canada, I bet majority of Canadians have not met a Singh - i.e Sikh or not!

My friend, you're not the only person who has seen India. I've literally been all over India from north south east and west. Seen plenty of Hindu men named Singh, but no Hindu women named Kaur yet you claim there are more Hindu kaurs than Sikh Kaurs.

As for Hard Kaur. This is not even her real name. Her name is Taran Dhillon. She only uses this alias because it sounds similar to "Hardcore". If a person is going to use Kaur as she does, the least she could do is not insult Sikhi.

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I have lots o Jatt / Rajput friends who use Singh as middle-name, but yet to find a female from any non-Sikh community who use "Kaur" as middle-name, and I have travelled and lived in India from NORTH TO SOUTH, WEST TO EAST.

But, I believe the topic of discussion is Hard-Core. I am new to this topic, is there a Video of what all she did???

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I have lived in many different states of India..... Excluding punjab.... :p

But I have never seen any non sikh having kaur surname..

Once when I was awarded for best artist by state government...my name was highlighted in news paper.....

Instead of mentioning Gurpreet kaur they did mistake of mentioning Gurpreet Gaur.....

GAUR IS HINDU SURNAME....BUT KAUR NOPES....

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I have lived in many different states of India..... Excluding punjab.... :p

But I have never seen any non sikh having kaur surname..

Once when I was awarded for best artist by state government...my name was highlighted in news paper.....

Instead of mentioning Gurpreet kaur they did mistake of mentioning Gurpreet Gaur.....

GAUR IS HINDU SURNAME....BUT KAUR NOPES....

Best artist, wow, in what field? Acting or something else?

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Best artist, wow, in what field? Acting or something else?

I m good at painting.... Creative stuffs..... But unfortunately I have left doing so from the day I entered corporate life....

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