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Ravan was a saint. No one ever called Ram Chandra a master of the Vedas.

I guess then this BJP commissioned dalaal terex should start worshiping that 10-headed saint.
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Ravan was a saint. No one ever called Ram Chandra a master of the Vedas.

ravan was the greatest devotee of Shiv and his Shiv stotar which he uttered is considered a masterpiece. Even villains back then were better than today's deceitful rulers

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All problems in this world - the culprit is ISI.

Justice denied to Sikhs; Sikhs raise justice voice - Hand of ISI.

Pandava's ask for justice from Kauravas - Hand of ISI.

Chanakya prepares Chandragupta Mauraya for justice from corrupt Nanda Empire - Hand of ISI.

The problem is Indian media, which is too obsessed with Bollywood, extremely corrupt to shield it's politicians and corporate mafia want a foreign scapegoat for all internal and external mess created by Indian representatives - and that scapegoat is ISI. Innocent people of India see what they are shown, which is all problems of India - Earthquake, Tsunami because of ISI.

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All communities are standing on their history, and all follow the examples set by their ancestors.

  • Ram Chandra killed Bali (Sugreev's brother) treacherously, thats where they learnt the art of fake encounters.
  • Ram Chandra killed Ravan with the help of Vibheeshan (Ravan's brother). Thats how they used "Sikh" generals to attack Sikhism's holiest shrine and then a "Sikh" Prime Minister to apologize for November 1984.
  • At the Kurukshetra war, Dronacharya was misled to think that his son Ashwathama was dead, while it was actually an elephant by the same name which was killed. Spreading false rumors to win wars has been their tradition, this is how they learnt to spread fake propaganda. Black cats in the guise of Singhs were used to terrorize, rape, loot and kill Hindus so as to break that trust which many of the common and often poor Hindus of rural Punjab had in the Singhs.
  • Karan was killed by Arjun unfairly as he fixed his chariot wheel, thanks to Krishna's advise. This taught them the art of attacking unarmed men, women, children, and old people who couldn't defend themselves.
  • Krishna broke his vow of not picking up arms, but at one point he did pluck out the wheel from Arjun’s chariot and was ready to strike Bheesham. Nehru followed this devoutly.
  • Duryodhan was killed treacherously by Bheem who hit him on his only weak spot. That is the reason Sri Harmandir Sahib was attacked, so that the maximum wound could be afflicted on the entire community and psyche.
If the Jujharoo Singhs were terrorists, then how do they explain Hanuman setting fire to Lanka where innocent civilians also lived? Why do they then so devoutly worship someone who committed an act of terrorism? If avenging the honor of Draupadi was justified by carrying out the “dharam yudh” of Mahabharat where millions perished, then howcome the Jujharoo leher is called terrorism which started after thousands of Sikh girls were brutally gang-raped right after Indira's assasination?

What legacy are these people trying to guard and defend? A group of men dishonoring their own sister-in-law by trying to undress her forcibly? Or a man disowning his wife because she was abducted? Or a youth who enjoys watching women bathe? What is there to be proud of?

If you raise a lion’s cub with kittens and puppies, initially the cub may consider itself as part of them. But as the cub grows and realizes that it looks different, that its characteristics are different, it will no longer categorize itself as a cat or dog. The same is for the present Sikh generation in India. All you need to give a cub to make it realize its true self is a small sip of blood (the famous Hindi phrase “sher ke mooh khoon lag jana” comes to mind). Similarly, the day those Sikhs realize that they are unique, distinct and different, the day they get a taste of their history written in the blood of countless shaheeds, the day they drink the divine elixir of Gurbani, all attempts by any of such communal factions to further mislead the Sikhs will fail miserably.

This community of lions started by Guru Gobind Singh Jee does not owe any allegiance to anyone but their Guru, and since lions don’t fear sheeps, it is pointless to even try. Guru Gobind Singh Jee said “Vaaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa Vaaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh”. He didn’t announce that His Sikhs were a sub-sect of a pre-existing community, He called them Khalsa! He didn’t have them owe allegiance to gods/goddesses/prophets, He made them owe allegiance only and only to Vaaheguroo! Thus the Sikh greeting of “Vaaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa Vaaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh” is in itself a complete declaration of the distinct, unique and different identity of the Sikhs.

terex, make sure to learn this history, and make sure to tell your future generations as well. We are made of Amrit, which is prepared in a water-filled iron bowl, using a double-edged iron sword, and sugar crystals mixed in. Do you know why? Because we are sweet like sugar and cool like water, but at the same time firm like iron. It is upto you and your clan how you want to deal with us. We are the people of Degh and Tegh, Degh Tegh Fateh literally means "victory to charity and arms". Now you decide how you want to deal with us. You come to us as a brother, we will offer you Degh. You come as an opponent then face the Khalsa's Tegh.

Decision is for you and your herd to make.

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