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State govt of maharashtr allocates 3600 crore rupees to build a memorial of shivaji , their god (who ironically doesn't have a temple, unlike other actual dieties of hindus) . His old forts are being repaired by allocation of hundreds of crores of rupees. RSS and hindutva does love this warrior king WAY TOO MUCH for too reasons 

1) He was hindu king who fought mughals and other muslims , and most importantly,

2) He didn't challenge existing brahmin supremacy and rather appointed 8 brahmin heads in his council of ministers and called it "asht pradhan" (eight cardinals).

No wonder everyone loves him so much here and more than god . But brahmins still won't allow a temple be built in his name. They just used him and his ignorance of religion to usurp power.

Meanwhile, same maharashtr govt made changes to hazur sahib act so that the president of Hazur sahib would be directly appointed by the govt and not the board . They appointed a "sikh" MLA as new president of hazur sahib who wears tilak on his forehead and worships hindu gods. How could we have allowed this to happen right under our noses is BAFFLING !

Rather we welcomed his appointment with open arms and felicitated him . What has happened to our sikhs ? 

 

There's definitely a maratha revivalism happening right under our noses right since BJP came to power in 2014 in center and also current maharashtr govt is BJP ruled headed by brahmin chief minister. Marathas agitate for reservation but looks like CM (brahmin) isn't giving them any , but just pretense that he will .

It is obvious even at superficial observation of things that brahmans just want to use maratha warrior clan to their own benefit . 

I am now wondering the ways these evil people have been manipulating "apney" in punjab (badals) . 

As our own state punjab is in disarray like never and our kaum is confused and lost like never, while the ones we thought as our brothers have now come to back stab us , I feel very uneasy 

Does anyone else here getting my thought process ?

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WJKK WJKF,

if it is making you that uneasy, go do some chaupai Sahib/japji sahib deh jaap and do ardas benti. Read some chandi di vaar to gain the power to accept and fight when needed.

 

the best way to tackle the current situation is seriously just to do naam-jaap and know of shastar vidya.

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These are issues we can not solve, at the best you can do is listen to @Khalistanisinghni. The only way is if someone were to unite the Panth to tackle these issues together.

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