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Khalsa colleges’ sanskaari conditions for admissions: Long scarf, no short skirts and more

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I see nothing wrong with Sikh institutions setting conditions for entry.

In this case, girls have to not be wearing revealing clothes and have to be wearing a chunni to get a certificate for entry under the Sikh quota. They have to have Kaur in their name. They have to have long hair.

Boys have to have untrimmed beards and turbans and Singh in the name.

Everyone needs to have knowledge of Sikhism.

I'm sure our self-hating Sikhs will start bleating about this, but if someone wants to live like a Hindu, or an atheist, they're free to do so, but the Sikh Sangat is not going subsidize them.

I don't know who is behind this, but if it's Manjit Singh GK (President of the Delhi Gurdwara Committee), props to him for this.

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I  dunno it seems that indian media are listing the requirements for someone who doesn't know about sikhi to a pose as a sikh and gain  admission under minority reservation as a sikh

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