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7 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

Why isn't SGPC spending millions on sending missonaries to poor North India areas to convert people ? They steal millions for themselves but not to further Khalsa .. Numbers are power. 

ehhhhhhhhhhhhh? 

As the gujuratis say.

You want Sikhs to become like muslims and christians and force poor Hindus to become Sikhs in return for free food or other benefits. Tenu akal ni hegi? Besharam ji ah. 

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8 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

Why isn't SGPC spending millions on sending missonaries to poor North India areas to convert people ? They steal millions for themselves but not to further Khalsa .. Numbers are power. 

The sgpc n the akali dal r british created organisations, who have been placed there to destroy sikhi from within. Theyve since been infiltrated by brahmins n indian govt n are not working in interest in spreading the panth. All the money they accumilate, but do nuthin with it, yet ppl like late jagraj singh, who with help of a camera, little public donations has changed many thousands of lives and gotten many non sikhs into sikh dharam. Compare that to the sgpc who r billionaires who cant even give sikh parchar to sikhs in panjab, let alone non sikhs in panjab and rest of india, or even foreign countries. Utter h@ramis. 

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2 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

ehhhhhhhhhhhhh? 

As the gujuratis say.

You want Sikhs to become like muslims and christians and force poor Hindus to become Sikhs in return for free food or other benefits. Tenu akal ni hegi? Besharam ji ah. 

Doesn’t matter how much money they allocate towards spending to convert, people will only convert if they seriously want to. This has to come from within of each single person willing to convert or listen. 

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9 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

Why isn't SGPC spending millions on sending missonaries to poor North India areas to convert people ? They steal millions for themselves but not to further Khalsa .. Numbers are power. 

Knowledge is power. Numbers can easily be bought or converted to other religions without firm knowledge.

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4 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

Handout books on Sakhis (stories) about the Sikh Gurus.

Also how to read Gurmukhi books.

If they can read it handout free Gutke (prayer book).

I would not hand out gutke ..only if they have had studied  in gurdwara setting  for a course say on japji sahib ...i.e. stuck the course and shown dedication to learning . This will help avoid beadbhi of Gurbani

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