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What is this BS about Panjabis not eating BEEF ?

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All this vegetarian pakhand is created by various missionary and jathhebandi types, the complete opposite of actual real puratan Khalsa maryada. Start doing your own research into inthiaas and Khalsa lifestyle there you will find the answers you seek. Maharaj gifted the Khalsa a practical and sustainable skillset of developing martial skill and weapons skills through hunting and survival skills by being able to kill prepare and cook prey. There is a story from the lifetime of Baba Santa Singh jathedar of Buddha Dal where he used a very difficult reverse diagnol strike to perform jhatka on a buffalo  , I don't recall the full story someone on the forum will elaborate. 

Look up the jhakta maryada Facebook page and website they have done great job of providing researched articles from ithiaas to uncover the truth. They are also I believe looking at a complete English translation of the "jhatka Prakash" book that was basically removed from circulatuin by vaishnu fanatics who didn't like it's content as it challenged their own misguided views. 

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On 7/12/2018 at 12:00 PM, Gagan1995 said:

                So I always see Sikhs trying to say to everyone , hey we're not Hindus ,but then the same people go about following Hindu practices . So for some weird reason Punjab is one of the most vegetarian states , and many Panjabis don't eat beef ? I see side shops with mutton , chicken and some pork shops but not beef, what gives ? Cow isn't important to Sikhs, so if we don't want these Bandar sena scum to pull us into their circle , start eating meat , Singhs are LIONS , and lions eat meat . Start eating beef , pork , chicken , mutton . I mean you all do it in western countries , the best way to make a statement to these Shiv sena losers and show them that we aren't like them .. Make PANJAB a MEAT EATING STATE like South India. MAKE PANJAB GREAT AGAIN ! ! Also someone throw a flaming bag of poop on Captain Haram chor . Thanks

Go read some history boy.... Khalsa doesn't eat beef. Gaughat is a big sin. Cow-slaughter was the only crime that led to the death penalty, during the Sikh Raj

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Cows are a symbol of innocence. Khalsa never attacks the poor and innocent, hence the saying Gau gareeb ki raksha. 

When Sikhs first entered Lahore as conquerors under Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, the first thing that they did was chopping off hands of butchers who killed cows. When Abdali destroyed Harimandir Sahib, he filled the sarovar with dead cows, so as to offend the Sikhs as much as possible.

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58 minutes ago, 5akaalsingh said:

Cows are a symbol of innocence. Khalsa never attacks the poor and innocent, hence the saying Gau gareeb ki raksha. 

When Sikhs first entered Lahore as conquerors under Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, the first thing that they did was chopping off hands of butchers who killed cows. When Abdali destroyed Harimandir Sahib, he filled the sarovar with dead cows, so as to offend the Sikhs as much as possible.

That sounds extremely stupid, cows are food whether you like it or not. Nothing better than stake. 

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2 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

That sounds extremely stupid, cows are food whether you like it or not. Nothing better than stake. 

are bhrava kucch ta soch samaj ke likho , stake =lakad da thika kumba

steak = vichari gau da kuttia hoya chittard ja patt

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22 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

That sounds extremely stupid, cows are food whether you like it or not. Nothing better than stake. 

Just think a little next time you eat a stake (lol) about what your Khalsa ancestors would say

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Cow has always been a sacred animal in the Indian subcontinent. Within Uggardanti bani found within the Dasam Granth sahib, Guru Gobind Singh ji speaks of destroying the mlecch, who kill cows. To this day, all Jhatka eating Khalsa does not eat beef. When the Brits annexed Punjab, they tried their best to divide the Punjabi people, by using cow slaughter as a medium to start conflict between Muslims and Hindus-Sikhs. For the first time in half-a-century cow slaughter began to be carried out in Punjab. They opened a Muslim beef shop adjacent to the clock tower of modern Harimandir Sahib, birds of prey began to carry carrion and bones away from the slaughterhouses and would occasionally drop within the precincts of Harimandir Sahib and other Hindu temples.The Sikh priests and Hindu Brahmins were infuriated by this. The British ignored their objections, a band of Sikhs joined with the Namdharis and attacked the slaughter house, set all cows free, while killing the butchers and demolishing their shops.

 

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