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Rabindranath Tagore's Anti-Sikh Writings


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The only reason Gurtej is writing against Tagore is because Tagore was a Hindu. There is no other reason. It's one thing if Tagore had written against Sikhi and Guru Jee like Swami Dayanand Saraswati founder of Arya Samaj in his book Satyarth Prakash. But that is not the case with Tagore as Gurtej is trying to make it out to be by mis representing Tagore's writings. He is one of those unprincipled people who sees only negativity in a person because of his religion.

Perhaps he needs to write an article on real authentic Gur Nindaks like his fellow heretics like Gurbaksh Kala Afghana, Darshan Lal, Dhunda and of course himself who do nothing but Nindya of Dasam Guru Jee's Bani and respected Gursikhs of the Panth.

Look at this debate between Gurtej vs Sardar Gurcharanjeet Singh Lamba Jee. Notice how Gurtej cannot even face him, or even look into Sardar Lamba Jee's eyes when speaking because he knows he does not have the truth on his side.

Eh bevakoof noo gardhan ton tangnaa ghat hee sazaa hai!

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Rabindranath Tagore was critical of Sikhi and particularly the "militant ways" of Guru Gobind Singh Ji at one point in his life. But it all changed lateron; he translated the first Gurus Aarti into Bengali, wrote articles about Dasam Pita, Bhai Taru Singh and Baba Banda Singh Bahadur. In fact the only Punjabi Bollywood actor who wrote in Gurmukhi was Balraj Sahani. Being from an Arya Samaji background he used to write in Hindi but Tagore inspired him to take up writing in his own mother language. Sahni went on to write a few books in Gurmukhi and was reciting Japji Sahib before he died.

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