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Hi, I'm Maharashtrian girl from Pune, and I like to marry Sikh guy, the reason is why they are so humble, funny, loveable, loyal, honesty and most important they do seva which is help others alot they are very helpful n kind to others that it I want to marry a sardar gay.

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Sikhi was the biggest rebellion against the caste system.  "Sikhs" from a certain caste are the biggest fans of the caste system and will do whatever it takes to promote/propagate it.    

Inter-religious marriages are not allowed in sikhi dharam.

Ah hah. I had the context a bit wrong, but here it is. Crazy how we were just talking about this, it isn't out at that point, but it has to be planned already, she knows she's going to cover this topi

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On 12/22/2021 at 1:41 PM, Guest Snehal khedekar said:

Hi, I'm Maharashtrian girl from Pune, and I like to marry Sikh guy, the reason is why they are so humble, funny, loveable, loyal, honesty and most important they do seva which is help others alot they are very helpful n kind to others that it I want to marry a sardar gay.

Are you even Sikh?

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1 hour ago, ipledgeblue said:

probably a maharashtar version of a hindu punjabi, goes to gurdwara but from a hindu family. Probably one of those girls who will probably go more into sikhi if she marries a sikh guy!

Well if she's sincere grab it up. If she's not hard pass. 

Anyone with true Sharda for our Guru is worthy. 

If they are already very versed in Gurmat is even better. 

Total side note, what's the name for when you "marry" a sister so she gets the protection of your house but isn't really a wife? Like Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaja had?

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26 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Total side note, what's the name for when you "marry" a sister so she gets the protection of your house but isn't really a wife? Like Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaja had?

Mata Sahib Kaur is Guru Sahib’s wife. 

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7 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Mata Sahib Kaur is Guru Sahib’s wife. 

Yes but the list continues, and includes a girl he married only to protect her from others.  There is a different name for it, it's not Mehla. 

I don't have to be the one to rip off the colonial bandaid and tell you that a specific and rightous version of polygamy exists in Purtan Gursikhi do I?

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2 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Mata Sahib Kaur is Guru Sahib’s wife. 

I thought we were back to calling her Mata Sahib Devan, as I hear this name used more and more these days. I wonder when the name Mata Sahib Kaur was first used, it was probably colonial times I am guessing.

2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Yes but the list continues, and includes a girl he married only to protect her from others.  There is a different name for it, it's not Mehla. 

I don't have to be the one to rip off the colonial bandaid and tell you that a specific and rightous version of polygamy exists in Purtan Gursikhi do I?

I remember that Guru Hargobind's wives were called mehls.

I remember that widows were remarried, and Singhs married women that couldn't go back to their families after being rescued from the Afghans.

If the polygamy exists in puraatan sikhs, then it exists in modern sikhs as well lol Didn't the Patna Sahib jathedaar try something like this? It still existed in some Maharajas in Punjab in the last century.

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40 minutes ago, ipledgeblue said:

I thought we were back to calling her Mata Sahib Devan, as I hear this name used more and more these days. I wonder when the name Mata Sahib Kaur was first used, it was probably colonial times I am guessing.

I've only heard Mata Sahib Kaur, and I'm not going to argue on that topic.

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1 hour ago, ipledgeblue said:

I thought we were back to calling her Mata Sahib Devan, as I hear this name used more and more these days. I wonder when the name Mata Sahib Kaur was first used, it was probably colonial times I am guessing.

I remember that Guru Hargobind's wives were called mehls.

I remember that widows were remarried, and Singhs married women that couldn't go back to their families after being rescued from the Afghans.

If the polygamy exists in puraatan sikhs, then it exists in modern sikhs as well lol Didn't the Patna Sahib jathedaar try something like this? It still existed in some Maharajas in Punjab in the last century.

I'll try and find the Katha. If I had to guess its Sikh2Inspire, but it was basically a different name for a wife, who you marry into your household, who you have absolutely no sexual relations with, for her protection due to some circumstance. It protected the girl from being eligible for marriage or being taken by others. 

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1 hour ago, ipledgeblue said:

I thought we were back to calling her Mata Sahib Devan, as I hear this name used more and more these days. I wonder when the name Mata Sahib Kaur was first used, it was probably colonial times I am guessing.

I remember that Guru Hargobind's wives were called mehls.

I remember that widows were remarried, and Singhs married women that couldn't go back to their families after being rescued from the Afghans.

If the polygamy exists in puraatan sikhs, then it exists in modern sikhs as well lol Didn't the Patna Sahib jathedaar try something like this? It still existed in some Maharajas in Punjab in the last century.

How do lions do it again? Har har. 

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21 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Yes but the list continues, and includes a girl he married only to protect her from others.  There is a different name for it, it's not Mehla. 

I don't have to be the one to rip off the colonial bandaid and tell you that a specific and rightous version of polygamy exists in Purtan Gursikhi do I?

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

I've only heard Mata Sahib Kaur, and I'm not going to argue on that topic.

 

20 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Absolutely bro. No argument here as to who our Mother is. I appreciate you having answered. 

probably best for another thread, along with some evidence.

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On 12/25/2021 at 3:21 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Total side note, what's the name for when you "marry" a sister so she gets the protection of your house but isn't really a wife? Like Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaja had?

Back in the olden days when ppl kept their word and ppl believed in a person word. And there were ppl of anakh. There was dharm di bhain. Or dharm da bhra. Sister of the faith. Brother of the faith.

It features in many olden stories. You just say this person is my sister. And she could live with you and people respected her as your sister. 

In fact, we have 'relatives' that are a tarkhaan family even though we are Jats. Because our great grandfather was Paghvat Bhra of their great grandfather. So the two families still visit etc.

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