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First Atlanta and now New york, in the space of a week.

Are there any normal, sensible people living in America, or is being an imbecile a prequisite for getting citizenship ?

With 99% of people in this world called 'Sonal Parmar' being Hindu I'm willing to bet that this disgusting woman is too. I've read from other sources that the groom was a white Christian. This one despicable incident highlights the problem all in one go :

A Hindu marrying a Christian in a Gurdwara for the sake of photography, then goes on to commit the worst sacriledge ever.

Can there be a worse run Gurdwara than that one in New York ?

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First Atlanta and now New york, in the space of a week.

Are there any normal, sensible people living in America, or is being an imbecile a prequisite for getting citizenship ?

With 99% of people in this world called 'Sonal Parmar' being Hindu I'm willing to bet that this disgusting woman is too. I've read from other sources that the groom was a white Christian. This one despicable incident highlights the problem all in one go :

A Hindu marrying a Christian in a Gurdwara for the sake of photography, then goes on to commit the worst sacriledge ever.

Can there be a worse run Gurdwara than that one in New York ?

I dunno my mama ji's daughter is a Sonal Kiran Kaur (think it was a fashionable trend in names during ninties) , this is why i dislike non gursikh names...

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This is what happens when we let go easy on controversial preachers taking sangat stage. This is same where jagtar Singh jahchak was head granthi for years. Most of us all knows what type of person he is. Anyway, i remember he once posted on sikhnet forum that he need answers from sangat that his daughter asked him question on why not she can walk in front during anand Karaj.

If we have a school that is giving wrong education to masses, of course we are going to see such troubles in future. Most of us choose to close eyes and let nature play its role.

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http://singhstation.net/2014/12/glencove-controversial-bridal-photographer-apologises-facebook/

Glencove Controversial Bridal photographer apologises over Facebook

Within 24 hours, the Sikh community was outraged at the shameful incident of bridal photography within Darbar Sahib of Glen Cove Gurdwara in New York, USA, the photographer has put a Facebook apology over the photo shoot.

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Its a good thing that the photographer responded to this situation. I am gathering that she is not a Sikh? Regardless, its not just the photographer's fault. The bride should've known better.

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The bride and groom are hindu, they had fere around fire . i pm'd this bibi and asked her respectfully, but she blocked me and didnt reply

Gurdware ki karde firde sigay fer?

We had problems with a "Sikh" and non Sikh getting married at the Guru Ghar, and people tried to defend it by illogically claiming that its okay because one party is "Sikh."

What is the explanation for two Hindus getting married at the Gurdwara?

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Gurdware ki karde firde sigay fer?

We had problems with a "Sikh" and non Sikh getting married at the Guru Ghar, and people tried to defend it by illogically claiming that its okay because one party is "Sikh."

What is the explanation for two Hindus getting married at the Gurdwara?

i am not sure if they got married in gurudwara or not . but the function might have been there

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i am not sure if they got married in gurudwara or not . but the function might have been there

You've seen the photos of her in her lengha in the Gurdwara. She didn't come there in her lengha just to eat langar.

Very humble response by photographer but strange that no response provided by the family members.

Absolutely. I'm impressed with the genuineness of Nadia the photographer's apology. But she's wrong on one point where she says the fault is 'entirely' hers. Clearly that Hindu woman is the culprit. And that Hindu woman's silence, compared with the photographer, speaks volumes. The photopgrapher knows she made a mistake and is honest enough to admit it and learn something positive from it. The Hindu woman seems to be proud of what she did...hence the silence.

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You've seen the photos of her in her lengha in the Gurdwara. She didn't come there in her lengha just to eat langar.

Absolutely. I'm impressed with the genuineness of Nadia the photographer's apology. But she's wrong on one point where she says the fault is 'entirely' hers. Clearly that Hindu woman is the culprit. And that Hindu woman's silence, compared with the photographer, speaks volumes. The photopgrapher knows she made a mistake and is honest enough to admit it and learn something positive from it. The Hindu woman seems to be proud of what she did...hence the silence.

It's true this woman who was responsible for suggesting the poses accepts her culpability and the Gurdwara sewaks too even though they were not directly responsible for the events of the day due to their absence from the hall as confirmed by Nadia, but amazingly the deet couple have yet to speak up . The bride was SIkh by the first piece on the wedding and the hubby was Hindu although both seemed to have sikh heritage in family , they had anand karaj first then did fere after so both dharams were 'represented' on the day.

I am puzzled also about Kaurlife when they posted the original article it seemed that they were silent about the method of the beadbhi of Lavaan ...were they supportive of this girl's weird attitude?

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I read on facebook that neither the bride or groom were sikhs. One was a gora, the other a hindu kurri. Wat on earth were they doing getting married in a gurdwara?

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