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Hindus in Punjab go on a spree against Ranjit Bawa for his song .

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FIR has been reported against singer Ranjeet bawa for apparently using denigrating words for hinduism in his song. 

His newly launched song "mera ki kasoor" had lyrics questioning why milk is wasted on stone idol instead of feeding it to poor. Why cowshhitt is holy but shadow of a low caste person is impure. And so on. 

Hindus in punjab protested against the song . And bawa had to take it back I guess and apologize for it. 

Even in YouTube comment section one could see Sikhs supporting bawa and Hindus making attacking remarks against Sikhs in general

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8 minutes ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

FIR has been reported against singer Ranjeet bawa for apparently using denigrating words for hinduism in his song. 

His newly launched song "mera ki kasoor" had lyrics questioning why milk is wasted on stone idol instead of feeding it to poor. Why cowshhitt is holy but shadow of a low caste person is impure. And so on. 

Hindus in punjab protested against the song . And bawa had to take it back I guess and apologize for it. 

Even in YouTube comment section one could see Sikhs supporting bawa and Hindus making attacking remarks against Sikhs in general

i think ranjit bawa said wat a sikh would say. think about it. why IS A STATUE BEING FED MORE THAN POOR PEOPLE????? 

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2 hours ago, akaaliKhalsa1699 said:

i think ranjit bawa said wat a sikh would say. think about it. why IS A STATUE BEING FED MORE THAN POOR PEOPLE????? 

lets correct ourselves rather than correcting other ppl. 

We wash harmandar sahib marble floor every morning with buckets of milk. If our guru sahibs saw that, they wouldn't like it !

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1 hour ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

lets correct ourselves rather than correcting other ppl. 

We wash harmandar sahib marble floor every morning with buckets of milk. If our guru sahibs saw that, they wouldn't like it !

I never understood washing with milk. Why?

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1 hour ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

lets correct ourselves rather than correcting other ppl. 

We wash harmandar sahib marble floor every morning with buckets of milk. If our guru sahibs saw that, they wouldn't like it !

The context is completely different.  We as Sikhs feed people ‘and’ wash the marble with milk not one ‘or’ the other.   Hindus on the other hand do nothing to eradicate poverty or hunger and feed idols to perform miracles on their behalf.

Ranjit Bawa should be given a ‘Saropa’ for calling out the Hindus.  This isn’t the first time he has stuck his neck out for Sikhs, he performed a song while ago with Lehmber Hussanpuri for the movie about Sukha and Jinda.  Most Artist’s run a mile from anything like this but Ranjit Bawa has once again shown his worth!

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2 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

lets correct ourselves rather than correcting other ppl. 

We wash harmandar sahib marble floor every morning with buckets of milk. If our guru sahibs saw that, they wouldn't like it !

Sadly this had been misrepresentated a lot in our Panth for the last few years mainly by missionaries to the point where many Sikhs have also started believing this.

Firstly, it is not buckets milk but buckets of Kachi Lassi. Kachi Lassi in this case is a small portion of milk(about 20%) mixed with 80% water. The reason this is used since ancient times in India is because it does not damage marble flooring. In fact it gives a soft feel to the marble after applying it. 

The alternative to this is modern chemical based products which can damage the marble long term by corrosion and wearing it out. Besides this these modern chemical based products can also cause cancer and damage the environment. So Kachi Lassi is definitely best suited for this sewa. 

 

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6 minutes ago, Jonny101 said:

Sadly this had been misrepresentated a lot in our Panth for the last few years mainly by missionaries to the point where many Sikhs have also started believing this.

Firstly, it is not buckets milk but buckets of Kachi Lassi. Kachi Lassi in this case is a small portion of milk(about 20%) mixed with 80% water. The reason this is used since ancient times in India is because it does not damage marble flooring. In fact it gives a soft feel to the marble after applying it. 

The alternative to this is modern chemical based products which can damage the marble long term by corrosion and wearing it out. Besides this these modern chemical based products can also cause cancer and damage the environment. So Kachi Lassi is definitely best suited for this sewa. 

 

Absolutely correct!  Kachi Lassi is the name for the solution and yes it is used because it is non-corrosive to the marble surface.  We also use Swaa (ash) and Reht (sand) to clean Untensils in Gurughars but again it’s used because it has no chemicals and is non-corrosive.  Nothing to do with Sadhus applying ash to their bodies before anyone tries to make that connection. Lol

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6 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I never understood washing with milk. Why?

it is some maryada gotten from Gurbilas patshahi 6vi.

 

However The posters above me have also mentioned it is a kachi lassi

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8 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

Sadly this had been misrepresentated a lot in our Panth for the last few years mainly by missionaries to the point where many Sikhs have also started believing this.

Firstly, it is not buckets milk but buckets of Kachi Lassi. Kachi Lassi in this case is a small portion of milk(about 20%) mixed with 80% water. The reason this is used since ancient times in India is because it does not damage marble flooring. In fact it gives a soft feel to the marble after applying it. 

The alternative to this is modern chemical based products which can damage the marble long term by corrosion and wearing it out. Besides this these modern chemical based products can also cause cancer and damage the environment. So Kachi Lassi is definitely best suited for this sewa. 

 

OK thanks. Nice perspective. wasn't aware of this. 

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14 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

lets correct ourselves rather than correcting other ppl. 

We wash harmandar sahib marble floor every morning with buckets of milk. If our guru sahibs saw that, they wouldn't like it !

yes yes. good point. hindus need to understand and calm down too. ranjit bawa didnt specifically mention hindus. so he could be talking about sikh washing marble floor with milk. when did this tradition start tho?

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27 minutes ago, akaaliKhalsa1699 said:

yes yes. good point. hindus need to understand and calm down too. ranjit bawa didnt specifically mention hindus. so he could be talking about sikh washing marble floor with milk. when did this tradition start tho?

It has never been washed with milk. But Kachi Lassi sure has been used ever since marble was installed. And there is nothing wrong with using kachi lassi. The "feed the poor" argument doesn't apply to the Sikhs since Sikhs feed lakhs of people every day in Langar. None of these atheist communist missionaries have been able to do that much for the poor who use these arguments against the Sikhs. 

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