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New Gurdwara to be built in Baku, Azerbaijan to commmerate Guru Nanak Dev ji's visit

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lol i dont even know where azerbaijan is lol   im guessing its near uzbekistan ...

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Ajmer Singh Randhawa We welcome it but why the SGPC not made any attempt to save gurudwara Gurudongmar, Sikkim under threat of conversion by state govt and it's CM Pawan Chamling, into Buddhist monasery. I am the petitioner there to save it but the Advocates sent by SGPC oppose me openly in the court. Do they want the demolition of the Gurudwara and be permitted to be converted into Buddhsit monastery? Sikh nation must keep in mind that it's not an issue to save a structure only but to keep the signs for ages of the visit of Guru Nanak ji there in his 3rd travels to Tibet. Sikkim govt wants to wipe out these signs.

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just did a google search its all the way next to georgia and armenia,  that country has a 97% muslim population!   why would they want to build a gurdwara there! 

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55 minutes ago, puzzled said:

just did a google search its all the way next to georgia and armenia,  that country has a 97% muslim population!   why would they want to build a gurdwara there! 

so any sikhs there will be too preoccupied to oppose any govt or sgpc agreements

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