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Such manmat. Its all vikhaava nothing more. This is what happens when we try to impose so called western values on Sikhi like this western form of feminism or trying to justify your manmat by citing a homosexual wedding as mentioned in that article.

These two have completely lost the plot. What they did was all for vikhava or show off in front of others so others will praise them. That's the wrong mindset for a Sikh to have and its this mindset which gives birth to the kind of manmat they ended up doing. Instead what a sikh does he does to please his Guru. And what better way to please Guru Sahib than to increase your paath, simran and rahit that is what these two should have done. But then their uncles and aunties would not have praised them as they did for their manmat.

Exactly, Sikhs today fail to realise that Guru Sahib did not advocate this western form of so-called "equality". Feminism is evil; it has destroyed family values and is responsible for a lot of the problems we are having today.

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There is no written method of how it should be conducted in history or SGGS. As said it's changed from time to time, so this is no issue at all. Show's the equality with impact.

Yes that part of the article had me thinking too. Even my Nani and Taiya got married sitting down all throughout anand karaj.But Sikh rehit maryada was made with all the Sikhs agreement. So it is valid like a gurmatta passed by sarbat khalsa.so they cannot go against codified Sikh rehit maryada. Also not equality cuz one person is farther from gurusahib. The point of parkarma during laavan is that guru sahib will be both persons center during life.

Why wasn't girl wearing dastaar to show equality?

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Exactly, Sikhs today fail to realise that Guru Sahib did not advocate this western form of so-called "equality". Feminism is evil; it has destroyed family values and is responsible for a lot of the problems we are having today.

no veer ji feminism as taught to us by Guru ji is the right and true feminism, whereas these unparrd females try to use western models of thought as a way to force themselves to have the upper hand in everything little realising that they have been honoured already by Guru ji as the caretaker of the panth's future, the nuturers of future sant sipahis, shaheeds.

If we are all the same sahelian waiting for our turn to join Akal Purakh then where is the need for external bhes to come into question it is a purely a matter of soul.

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Yes that part of the article had me thinking too. Even my Nani and Taiya got married sitting down all throughout anand karaj.But Sikh rehit maryada was made with all the Sikhs agreement. So it is valid like a gurmatta passed by sarbat khalsa.so they cannot go against codified Sikh rehit maryada. Also not equality cuz one person is farther from gurusahib. The point of parkarma during laavan is that guru sahib will be both persons center during life.

Why wasn't girl wearing dastaar to show equality?

make-up shake-up karab hona see... bewaqoof woman , if you had even once read bani dhian lahke you would have never stepped away from the path Guru j laid in front of you. So sad.

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no veer ji feminism as taught to us by Guru ji is the right and true feminism, whereas these unparrd females try to use western models of thought as a way to force themselves to have the upper hand in everything little realising that they have been honoured already by Guru ji as the caretaker of the panth's future, the nuturers of future sant sipahis, shaheeds.

If we are all the same sahelian waiting for our turn to join Akal Purakh then where is the need for external bhes to come into question it is a purely a matter of soul.

Obviously the type of feminism I am talking about is western feminism which has caused the destruction of family values....what Guru Sahib taught is very different to this. Absolutely, women have been honoured in Sikhi as mothers......it is due to them that we are all here today. Sikh women in the past were selfless, responsible, dedicated to their families, loyal and of high character.

Unfortunately by following western feminism many Sikh girls have created problems such as dating (something that would have been considered totally disgraceful in the past), marrying out of religion, caring more about careers than family, not wanting to have children...........things which never happened before.

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Obviously the type of feminism I am talking about is western feminism which has caused the destruction of family values....what Guru Sahib taught is very different to this. Absolutely, women have been honoured in Sikhi as mothers......it is due to them that we are all here today. Sikh women in the past were selfless, responsible, dedicated to their families, loyal and of high character.

Unfortunately by following western feminism many Sikh girls have created problems such as dating (something that would have been considered totally disgraceful in the past), marrying out of religion, caring more about careers than family, not wanting to have children...........things which never happened before.

veerji ,

have to correct you it has always been the case that apney munde have been' dating from the get go , only they dated gorian, kalian, chinni lardkian before marriage , now they date muslia and hindu girls too...pher problems shuru ....the girls see it and the hypocrisy and say 'if it's good enough for them it's good enough for me' forgetting Guru said to BOTH sexes no relationships prior to marriage..

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There is no written method of how it should be conducted in history or SGGS. As said it's changed from time to time, so this is no issue at all. Show's the equality with impact.

Please read rehat maryada, its clearly written that bride follows groom during laavan

Link provided here:

http://singhstation.net/2014/12/anand-karaj-maryada-challenged-couple-takes-lavan-side-by-side/

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Sadly sikhnet as usual support this new style of fooki equality.

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interesting since they have been doing straightforward traditional anand karajs for the 3ho sikhs since the very beginning ...it didn't occur to change it themselves ?...they are clever they know that would upset normal sikhs too much and put them on the back foot . So they wait for fools like these and big up the news ...sly

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I think had she been an Amritdhari lady it would have had more impact. Is she? wear a Dastaar carry a Kirpan then bring equality into it. Many times I've seen on TV and outside, the man wearing a Pagh the woman's head uncovered, where is the equality then? Kamle logh

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I think had she been an Amritdhari lady it would have had more impact. Is she? wear a Dastaar carry a Kirpan then bring equality into it. Many times I've seen on TV and outside, the man wearing a Pagh the woman's head uncovered, where is the equality then? Kamle logh

If she had been there would have been bloodbath ...no amritdhari is going to fere round agni...or marry a hindu

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