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On 4/17/2021 at 5:08 PM, justasking said:

dont know why some chocolate singhs r downvoting what i said. I will let it be known tht ill support a singh over a sul or bahman any day even if i know if the singh is in the wrong. its time to have real pure unity screw all these others 

Idk bro I think that would have to be analyzed on a case by case basis...

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14 hours ago, intrigued said:

is it vegetarian food that they are serving?

I'm surprised they eat vegetarian food. They have to put meat in everything, including daal and sabji.

My Dad jokes - do they put it in their tea as well?

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1 hour ago, ChardikalaUK said:

We are the number one caterers in the world. There were even some people serving langar last week at Prince Philip's funeral.

Any excuse.

Ya i saw that...that was really really cringe...and sad

Like who signs them off .....

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2 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

We are the number one caterers in the world. There were even some people serving langar last week at Prince Philip's funeral.

Any excuse.

What the hell 😐

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I'm sure the Muslim call to prayer has a religious purpose, but in India it was basically a proclamation of Islamic superiority. The Sikh Misals were quite harsh towards Muslims especially the Bhangis, they had the Muslim call to prayer banned, as in those days it was a symbol of Muslim superiority over Indian kafirs. 

The perfect example is the Qutab Minar complex in Delhi. I've been there and its a large complex of destroyed Hindu and Jain temples. Just ruins of pillars, arches, walls, statues. Right in the center is the Qutab Minar, tallest brick building in the world, where the qazi screamed the call to prayer from. The minar is made out of the destroyed Hindu and Jain temples scattered around it. Destroying the temples of the indigenous people and building an Islamic structure right in the center, tallest brick building in the world, where they scream their prayer from, it was a symbolic way of telling the kafirs who the boss is. 

Right on top of the minar was a crown like structure. If I remember the information on the tourist boards correctly, when the British invaded Delhi they decided to remove the crown like structure from the minar, symbolising that they are the new power in Delhi, not their Muslim predecessors. 

Its the reason why the Sikh mislas banned it in Lahore. 

Sikhs today have forgotten that... 

 

In fact today Sikhs themselves are helping Christians and Muslims build Churches and Mosques in the villages, where only the Gurdwara/Guru Granth Sahib ji should have religious authority. 

 

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Did you guys seen on Vaisakhi, apne all over social media were sharing posts about it being Vaisakhi, Raman dam, and Navratri, on same day and how beautiful unity it is and rainbows and sunshine...yet NO other communities from Hindus to Muslim were posting about it ...only expect from our lot

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Qutab minar, the minar that Muslims said the call to prayer from, surrounded by ruins of demolished Indian temples. 

Lawsuit filed in Delhi court for restoration of temples inside Qutub Minar  complex - Indus Scrolls

Qutub Minar Fast-Track Entry Ticket in Delhi, India - Klook Hong Kong

 

This Jain pillar survived though as it apparently weights tons! so they couldn't pull it out.

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21 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Did you guys seen on Vaisakhi, apne all over social media were sharing posts about it being Vaisakhi, Raman dam, and Navratri, on same day and how beautiful unity it is and rainbows and sunshine...yet NO other communities from Hindus to Muslim were posting about it ...only expect from our lot

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Thats silly panthic accounts should be focused on on panthic events.

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