Stories from the court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh including Sada Kaur his mother in-law who helped him conquer Lahore and grow his empire. Their relationship soon turned sour and he locked her in prison!
A name is important, it is a constant reminder of your background and culture. It's a big part of your identity. This is something even more important when you are a minority.
Why do you think Goreh Sikhs change their names when they convert?
There are plenty of short Indian names out there. At my school there was a girl called Kulwinderjit and the teachers could say it without much hassle.
If people can say Tchaikovsky, they can say Kuljeet.
We're nothing like them, bro. To compare us to them is an insult to us. Our religion's dharmic roots are unquestionably sublime. They, as many are coming to suspect, are silent worshippers of Lucifer (the fallen angel), and not the "God" humanity assumes is the Oneness that created everything. But I'm not going into that here.