Well I guess i would have to wait till I get married and see how it is then lol
But I dont share feelings with anyone not even friends or family Its safer to keep feelings and problems to yourself, at least I prefer it that way and deal better with it. There are some things I would have to share though.
Its difficult to open up with people, iv done it a few times and didnt like it very much. To much info out like that I dont like it. And I dont feel comfortable with that.
Iv only ever once had a deep conversation with a female but that's because she had similar problems at home so I just opened up as well it didnt feel that bad because she could relate.
One of the singhs who was involved in vandalizing the statue didnt get arrested and he had a interview on ktv he said that hes actually from a muslim punjabi family but took amrit and became a sikh.
Il see if I can find the interview
Its not just men though women in punjab end up looking like christmas trees when they dress up its just the culture there it's very camp and over the top.
I remember my thias wife and her daughter asking me why most my clothes are black or dark blue. Men there wear every colour of the rainbow.
^^ Good answer above.
Singh ji, you are setting an example for your house and you are laying the foundation for your future generations to come. So, if i am in your place, i will be careful with everything in the category of 1. Kaam 2. Krodh 3. Lobh 4. Moh & 5. Hankar. So, being a Sikh and Amritdhari it is our big religious lawful duty to be different than whatever the trend is going on in our society. We need not to be easily sway'd away from our guru's given path.
We are the chosen one. Remember not everyone out of thousands got up to give head when our Dasam patshah jee asked for the kurbani of giving up everything - materialistic life and enter the lifestyle of khalsa. The life of Pure. Pure from all PANJ CHOR.