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13 minutes ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

The real question is why. Why are sikh girls so bad? Could it be due to the different expectations for sikh girls and boys?

Boys are told to be kesadhari, girls are not. And since most people, only focus on sikhi being about kesh, girls have nothing to do with sikhi then. They are excluded. So they look elsewhere maybe?

How are Sikhs raising their daughters? That they are coming out so bad compared to other communities. Maybe being so women respecting is causing all this problem. Muslim and hindus are stricts with their daughters, and their daughters are good. Maybe there's a correlation?

And perhaps mixed marriages are part of the cause. Perhaps ur daughter will want to look like her mom (ie Non-sikh) and she like her mom will want to be with people outside her community like her mother was. 

Also what guarantee is it, that a sikh girl wont end up with a PA? Punjabi athiest? Girls and boys should do a very deep background check before marriage. Otherwise, it is stupid, ur just randomly marrying strangers. We need to make the vichola culture stronger. If anything comes out wrong, we should sue the vichola and hold him accountable. Or only parents or siblings should be allowed to be vichole.

 

 

truth is in Punjab because kudi vale  feel inferior they tend to want to keep their paise in bank for paying 'bribe' to mundevale to sweeten the deal . They teach their daughters to not worry about becoming too dharmic, too educated  or to take amrit because it will become an impediment to a 'good' rishta because the guys want trophy wives. And of course, the mothers who were not taught sikhi themselves can hardly be expected to teach the next generation. So generation upon generation the sikhi of both sexes is weakened , because mother is after all first port of call for how the world works for the baby/kid.
Sikhs in this kalyugi duniya have been sold a crock that being modern means leaving sikhi values behind. Truth is science is showing that following the strict rehit given by Guru ji  , increases bodies strength, hormone function, eating bibeki way means having a disease resistant body and proper BMI , marrying with gurmat values means a happier more complete partnership.

so manmati chasing 'sikhs' leave their daughters as empty vessels to be filled with gandh of kalyugi friends and media . No moral compass means they fail to see their own value or how they are destroying their folks reputation through their actions. But the guys are just as corrupt  , why are sikh lads looking up porn vids , addicted to porn (we've had a few troubled by it here in gupt section) .

Our kids  don't know sikhi to even reject it , they are just vacuums waiting to be filled , so don't be surprised if they hang around hindu girls and watch b'wood h'wood movies they will become like those airhead characters who think being a partygirl is where it is at. Same way our lads who know nothing of our forefathers become cartoons of gaiiks or film heroes then have to tattoo themselves to convince others of their origins

 

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14 hours ago, DelhiTurbanator said:

As @puzzled said, any union that results in non Sikh kids is a waste and disastrous for kaum. Those "Sikh" guys who raise their kids as non sikhs are idiots, In India, we call them PA(punjabi atheists). One very good example of PA is kps gill. He did wore a turban and portrayed himself as a "Sikh" but in reality he was an anti sikh element and pet dog of Indian govt.

bro just continue concentrating on your studies and sikhi and you will eventually marry the right one  and if that means non sikh then go for it 🙂      as long as sikhi is passed down to kids

those kaami fornicating women will face the consequences of their actions!  Dasam bani tells us how people who commit sexual sins are punished in narak by tying them to burning hot pillars. Have you read Bhai Ramas autobiography? Bhai rama was a hindu but he read sukhmani sahib and he became very successful, he then got a gd job somewhere in south east asia, i think it was Malaysia?  but once he started working there he started sleeping around with the local women! bhai rama then tells us how his soul was sent to narak and how he was punished for sleeping around by being thrown in a pit of fire and tortured by the jamdoots!

let them do what they are doing!  they will face the consequences! 

stay true to your sikhi! 

 

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What we dont have at the moment is a national Sikh think tank made up of educated intellectuals who can investigate problems within the panth and give solutions.

From my casual observation it is not just "sikh girls" who are seen as easy it is the white girls and hindu girls too. And these groups were the ones targeted by muslim men because surprise surprise they were easy. In the west out of all of them the white girls are seen as the easiest who sleep with anyone because its their feminist non-religious right to, then its the hindu girls then the sikh girls. Muslim girls also are seen as easy nowadays especially since rise of social media. Theres plenty of them that dress proactively, smoke sheesha, drink alochol, smoke weed and having casual sex with guys who DM inbox them. 

What it comes down to is the feminist matriarchal environment they are living in and how they are brought up. If they live in an environment where its socially acceptable to whoore around then thats what they will do because the rules of the game allow for it and are promoted. They would never get away with their public antics in  islamic countries or villages/towns of india because the traditional conversation and  patriarchy culture puts a stop to that pretty swiftly.

So what we can learn from this is:

1) family environment is very important when raising your daughters and sisters, they must be given good traditional conservative sikh families and taught self respect.

2) Try your best to not let them mix in environments where they will be influenced to become corrupted by things they see done by their friends and peers.

3) Show more balanced versions of gurbani where dressing modestly is encouraged and promoted rather than the evil feminist twisting out of context gurbani quotes of "she gave birth to kings".

Of those Sikh brothers who are worried about not finding good punjabi/indian sikh females as partners to raise a family you are right there isn't many because the gender ratio is screwed. So go for non-sikh girls who are willing to become Sikhs and give birth to sikh kids there is nothing wrong in that. Alot of white women are married to punjabi sikhs and having kids with them even with turbaned sardars theres a few on instagram.

For the Sikh sisters who hold firm to the faith and good traditional family values that brings pride to he community. Continue holding your head up high and creating the next generation of wise and intelligent Sikhs strong in their faith and strong in defending Sikhi.

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6 hours ago, DelhiTurbanator said:

Hanji veerji I know. Please read my replies. I clearly said I have never and in future too, will never indulge in pre marital sex. Non physical dating is fine by me but not sex. In fact, this is the reason why I said I will never marry a sardarni. I don't know about west, but here sikh kudiyaan have no sharam at all and secretly sleep around behind parent's back.

I'm not sure if I get you.

I'm saying that if you get married by court it's kind of like doing a Bajjar Kurhet as your not having Anand Kaaraj and that's going against Guru Sahib's Hukam of marrying a Sikh.

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17 minutes ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

I'm not sure if I get you.

I'm saying that if you get married by court it's kind of like doing a Bajjar Kurhet as your not having Anand Kaaraj and that's going against Guru Sahib's Hukam of marrying a Sikh.

I was watching a video about  the spiritual reasons why covid happened by a rabbi (who had an NDE)  and  he said something which kind of made me think , he said we have (jews christian everyone) been commiting incest , because we are all told forsaking your spouse all others are family , but, we have been having relations outside marriage so that means we have commited that sins also , it doesn't just apply to blood relations  which mean nothing to Akal Purakh. The other was coveting and stealing the rightful property/rights of others

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10 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

I was watching a video about  the spiritual reasons why covid happened by a rabbi (who had an NDE)  and  he said something which kind of made me think , he said we have (jews christian everyone) been commiting incest , because we are all told forsaking your spouse all others are family , but, we have been having relations outside marriage so that means we have commited that sins also , it doesn't just apply to blood relations  which mean nothing to Akal Purakh. The other was coveting and stealing the rightful property/rights of others

Sex b4 marriage is a social norm, your considered weird if you dnt do it, adultry isnt taken seriously either    because how normalized it is we often forget how much of a big sin it is in gods eyes. 

The sadhoo even refused to drink milk from ganikas house and through the glass away. 

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1 minute ago, puzzled said:

Sex b4 marriage is a social norm, your considered weird if you dnt do it, adultry isnt taken seriously either    because how normalized it is we often forget how much of a big sin it is in gods eyes. 

what neoliberal have programmed people to be is not what dharam taught us,  so that is not the norm for us ... no dharam teaches you it is ok to have premarital and /or extramarital relationships .

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Just now, jkvlondon said:

what neoliberal have programmed people to be is not what dharam taught us,  so that is not the norm for us ... no dharam teaches you it is ok to have premarital and /or extramarital relationships .

It shouldn't be the norm at all. But because it is the norm it just shows you how little dharm there is in the world. 

 

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There are no morals in the world what so ever   absolutely no sharam.  A gora at work was telling me how him and one of his friends a white girl went somewhere on holiday a few yrs back and then she got drunk and went to the tattoo parlour and decided to get her breasts peirced  and he said she lifted her top up front of everyone and got the guy to do the piercings! 

 

You know    while walking through one of those underground tunnels to get to the other side of the busy road  iv actually walked past a asian couple making out against the wall    trousers pulled down and everything. 

Absolutely no sharam   the kind of stuff that you hear and see these days. 

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It's scary to think that if we see all this gandh happening today   what's gnna be happening in 20  30  years time   

What kind of world are we gnna be raising our kids in in the future    by the time we have grandkids   god knows what will be happening    

Waheguru 

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21 minutes ago, puzzled said:

It's scary to think that if we see all this gandh happening today   what's gnna be happening in 20  30  years time   

What kind of world are we gnna be raising our kids in in the future    by the time we have grandkids   god knows what will be happening    

Waheguru 

Right bro. It's like a race between moral decline, environmental catastrophy, economic collapse, and ww3 to see what ends this <banned word filter activated> show first. Fascinating...we need  Kalki Avtar...something....Lord....

We really need to start communities that are independent yet support each other, get some Gurmat living going, some Sarbloh Rehit, collaborative child care and education, food production, why not all learn to forge Kirpan from scratch?  Iron comes right out of common earth with a magnet. 

 

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15 hours ago, puzzled said:

It's scary to think that if we see all this gandh happening today   what's gnna be happening in 20  30  years time   

What kind of world are we gnna be raising our kids in in the future    by the time we have grandkids   god knows what will be happening    

Waheguru 

Do you think any chance our community in India will be living like goray unmarried couples ? 

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18 hours ago, puzzled said:

It's scary to think that if we see all this gandh happening today   what's gnna be happening in 20  30  years time   

What kind of world are we gnna be raising our kids in in the future    by the time we have grandkids   god knows what will be happening    

Waheguru 

It's a cultural thing, it has very little to do with religion. People from different backgrounds have come here (UK) and the newer generation's want to feel as though they fit in so pursue a western culture where their parents/grand-parents pursued an eastern/traditional culture.

When i grew up in the 80's our generation was torn between two cultures, boy's and girls would go out, drink, have relationship's in secret because they still feared their families and their communities, now the next generation are doing it all out in the open.

There's no right or wrong in all of this, we just have to try and do the best by our kids and hope they listen.

Before the British invaded India it was a lot more sexually liberated than any other country, the Victorian's turned up and made it all taboo, what we're seeing now is a rebellion to that mindset, especially in India.

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44 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

It's a cultural thing, it has very little to do with religion. People from different backgrounds have come here (UK) and the newer generation's want to feel as though they fit in so pursue a western culture where their parents/grand-parents pursued an eastern/traditional culture.

When i grew up in the 80's our generation was torn between two cultures, boy's and girls would go out, drink, have relationship's in secret because they still feared their families and their communities, now the next generation are doing it all out in the open.

There's no right or wrong in all of this, we just have to try and do the best by our kids and hope they listen.

Before the British invaded India it was a lot more sexually liberated than any other country, the Victorian's turned up and made it all taboo, what we're seeing now is a rebellion to that mindset, especially in India.

To be fair, sexually liberated India had a huge problem with kaam and infanticide. While sexual repression isn't healthy, neither is sexual acting out. Sexual success comes from Naam Simran and a Gurmat lifestyle. 

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4 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Do you think any chance our community in India will be living like goray unmarried couples ? 

Punjabi/Bollywood actress Mahie Gill who is from a sikh family, a few months back just revealed to the media that she has a kid out of wedlock   and that she doesn't think theres anything wrong with that....

it always starts of with 1  

last few yrs i been going punjab iv been noticing this undertone of questioning religion/faith   ... 

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