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Central Khalsa Orphanage and its rules

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5 hours ago, Guest whiplash90 said:

Well just like Sikh boys living in the West are facing peer pressure to cut their hair and discard their patkas and turbans I presume the opposite is happening at the Central Khalsa Orphanage. Imagine an orphaned Hindu boy who is 6 years old and short hair being admitted to the Central Khalsa Orphanage, even if he was not required to grow his hair and wear a patka by the administration of the orphanage, he would be under tremendous pressure to do so by the other boys who have unshorn hair and wearing patkas

 

http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2016/03/08/otr-india-religion-newton-pkg.cnn

If he wants to then fine. If not then he shouldn't have to. He should be allowed to choose. If his parents were Hindu or Muslim he may end up being resentful that he was made to wear certain items.

How would this make the Orphanage owners different from Hindu or Muslim tyrants from back in the day. 

Gurus taught respect of freedom of choice of others, regardless of their views of other faiths. 

 

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