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Sikhism and Buddhism are not at all similar. Buddhism is not about the worship of God, it is about meditation leading to nirvana. Sikhism is about worshiping God and then attaining mukti as per God's will.

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56 minutes ago, TejS said:

Sikhism and Buddhism are not at all similar. Buddhism is not about the worship of God, it is about meditation leading to nirvana. Sikhism is about worshiping God and then attaining mukti as per God's will.

There is plenty of meditation is Sikhism and through meditation you can achieve peace.

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Buddha attained god , just like our gurus did , but whenever buddha was asked something on topic of god, he used to go silent , because god cannot be described . So he used to remain silent . People misinterpreted this silence as buddha's atheism, and buddhism began to be known as atheistic religion , even today. 

But however thats not the case. 

Anyways , Buddhism spread far wide and sponsored by Ashoka emperor of india with vast empire. 

BRAHMINS SAW BUDDHISM AS THREAT and therefore got their brahmin kings to persecute buddhists wherever they could be found. Buddhist monks head carried a price in reign of Pushyamitra shunga the brahmin king somewhere around 2-3 rd century AD. Buddhist monasteries were brought down and they were kicked out of india . 

This resulted in bad karma for indians which finally reaped by repeated islamic invasions and breaking down of hindu temples (like how the brahmans did to the buddhists) .

Now in 1984 brahmans did the same mistake they did 2 thousand yrs back by attacking akal takht sahib and again created karmic punishment for them . Now its a matter of when it happens again. ... some people never learn ! 

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Buddhists don't believe in a creator but believe in deities or higher beings     they don't meditate on waheguru   but expect to achieve nirvana/mukti  through meditation 

Some Buddhists even worship Buddha 

Basically the whole thing is useless what's the point of meditating on nothing 

Sikhi says faithless people have no honour 

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22 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

They believe in something that can't be described, measured, discerned, and attempting to do so is considered to be the height of futility. Sounds familiar? Of course, there's variations in beliefs dependent on sect, etc.

but  i think they reject the idea of a creator .Perhaps Indian Buddhism is different to Thai Buddhism, I know this thai lady who i work with and she said she worships buddha   

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13 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Buddha attained god , just like our gurus did , but whenever buddha was asked something on topic of god, he used to go silent , because god cannot be described . So he used to remain silent . People misinterpreted this silence as buddha's atheism, and buddhism began to be known as atheistic religion , even today. 

But however thats not the case. 

Anyways , Buddhism spread far wide and sponsored by Ashoka emperor of india with vast empire. 

BRAHMINS SAW BUDDHISM AS THREAT and therefore got their brahmin kings to persecute buddhists wherever they could be found. Buddhist monks head carried a price in reign of Pushyamitra shunga the brahmin king somewhere around 2-3 rd century AD. Buddhist monasteries were brought down and they were kicked out of india . 

This resulted in bad karma for indians which finally reaped by repeated islamic invasions and breaking down of hindu temples (like how the brahmans did to the buddhists) .

Now in 1984 brahmans did the same mistake they did 2 thousand yrs back by attacking akal takht sahib and again created karmic punishment for them . Now its a matter of when it happens again. ... some people never learn ! 

Don't ever compare a coward to our Gurus.

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But his story is interesting  how he left the life of luxury abandoned everything and started living among common people     he did listen to the plight of the poor and dalits and rejected the caste system and Vedas 

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big question is despite his leaving his home and wife did he change society for the better really or just copied the hindu sanyasis and ran away from the problems of the world ? He could have stayed in his kingdom and been a monk king who used the maya he was blessed with to improve the lives of the suffering instead assuaging his own feelings of sadness, guilt  and confusion in the hills and caves in a solitary manner . Guru Sahiban are dhan dhan dhan for teaching us how to make the world just through grisht jeevan and taking responsibility.

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2 hours ago, Gagan1995 said:

Go read a book before  spouting garbage like an ignorant bigot. 

Go read Guru Sahib's Dasam Baani before calling someone a bigot.

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18 minutes ago, FreshMind13 said:

Go read Guru Sahib's Dasam Baani before calling someone a bigot.

That low life is insulting Buddha, Buddha came to end the Hindoo hell that is the caste system well before Guru Nanak was even born. Show some respect, because some of you sound like intolerant islamic pigs. Personally I rather have buddhist in Panjab than Hindus , and in the rest of the country as well. 

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