What would the Khalsa have done? Really, bro?
They killed the camels because they were having a really hard time in Australia with little water resources.
Are you saying that Khalsa would have let the camels live so that humans could die?
There's nothing that says you can't kill an animal to save a human.
Not seen the video yet but this is Rajiv Malhotra.
He calls himself an "Intellectual Kashatritiya ".
He has some interesting concepts of Western world from a dharmic point of view.
He often talks about "purva Puksha " (think that is the term) about reversing the lens on the west.
Sikh Awareness gonna do what they do.
I'd be inclined to believe this if Nihang Singhs all around were constantly getting hospitalized, but they're not.
Obviously, the vast majority of Sikhs don't eat in iron, but that's exactly what they did before the aluminum pots and pans and such. Were Sikhs hospitalized for iron poisoning then?
The BBC page says: "In a bid to understand why his own brother became so religious Sunny also spends time with his family, and, for the first time, visits a Sikh camp."
So, now that Jagraj Singh dead, now this loser Sunny wants to understand why Jagraj became religious? What a fool. Why didn't he simply ask his brother when he was alive?
Also, notice how he subtly insults him by saying not just "religious", but "so religious". As if Jagraj is in danger of exploding a bomb at any time.
One word he certainly won't use is spiritual, because to Sunny Sikhism is just a serious of stupid meaningless rules. No one would ever follow such crazy rules unless they themselves were crazy.