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49 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

It's a pretty common Christian tactic. There's ex-Muslims who convert to Christianity that wear the Arab head-dress during their preaching and conversion deceptions. These Christ cucks are sweet of tongue but devious af.

Yeah, I've the same with Hindu converts as well, they still continue wearing bindis, white flowers in hair etc 

I think they basically tell them you don't have to give your old religion up but you just start believing in jesus. 

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15 minutes ago, scali said:

This is what Radhaswamis do. There Baba is an imposter.

They’re proper haraamis .  They go to the Gurughars for births, marriage and funerals but in between they bow their heads to their Kanjar baba.  Proper joke outfit.  All these imposters need a proper shitar parade. 

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With Radhasoamis, I think their trajectory is heading back into Sikhi as long as we keep the door open. Even their baba has shown inclinations towards a gradual merge back. The same goes for the Naamdharis.

Many of these groups will simply wither after 40-50 years and merge back as long as we show acceptance. 

Even the love charger's cheles, and the doaba  region's dera ballan ravidassias can be gradually brought back if we own up to our mistakes and show some love and respect. 

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What basically lacking in Most Sikh families is installing Sikh belief via proper Sikh education to their kids. Weekend Punjabi classes in Gurdwara with Bhangra cultural events are not doing much. Doing SGGS path with meaning, reading bhai Gurdas Vaaran, Bhai Santok Singh with meaning. Lives of recent sants Attar Singh ji, Baba Nand Singh ji, Sant Karam Singh Hoti Mardan and many more detailed biographies books have been published. With all this kids will not divert from the Sikhi Path. Elementary knowledge of Sikhi is not going to cut it one will always be on defensive.

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5 minutes ago, scali said:

What basically lacking in Most Sikh families is installing Sikh belief via proper Sikh education to their kids. Weekend Punjabi classes in Gurdwara with Bhangra cultural events are not doing much. Doing SGSS path with meaning, reading bhai Gurdas Vaaran, Bhai Santok Singh with meaning. Lives of recent sants Attar Singh ji, Baba Nand Singh ji, Sant Karam Singh Hoti Mardan and many more detailed biographies books have been published. With all this kids will not divert from the Sikhi Path. Elementary knowledge of Sikhi is not going to cut it one will always be on defensive.

tbh I don't think the parents are that bothered. 

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