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On 1/31/2022 at 11:56 AM, Kaurr said:

Most of my family that's going abroad is like that. Even the ones that are not into sikhi know their boundaries. 

Which area in Punjab are these people from? The people I'm talking about are from the majha area, and some of them are near Mehta chownk.

They're found all around Panjab.  

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On 1/31/2022 at 7:37 AM, 5aaban said:

Going to stay there permanently. 

Where would you stay ? Pind ? Shehar ?

On 1/31/2022 at 7:56 AM, dallysingh101 said:

Which country are you in now? Have you met anyone else whose done what you're saying? 

@dallysingh101 do you know anyone from UK who has gone as an adult and stayed in India permanently through choice ?

On 1/31/2022 at 7:58 AM, 5aaban said:

I'm from Australasia but I've lived there for extended periods of time so I'm comfortable with the lifestyle. 

How long have you stayed for one time, if that's okay to ask ? And how much of your adult life ?

What do your immediate family think ?

How many Hindu Panjabis have you met in Aus ?

On 1/31/2022 at 4:06 PM, dallysingh101 said:

Be careful. Just this morning I was talking to a pal of mine and she told me about some HP she's met (whose young daughter is school friends with her daughter). This women apparently married an apna desi guy whose been here since the 80s. She's been disowned by her own family (mainly brothers), and then she's found out that her husband has got a lot of issues including opiate addiction. The women sounds broken by it all. 

This seems a little like that Geeta Aulakh who was in the news. 

And, if I can ask how do you find HP and Sikh Panjabis get on in your experience? I have not met that many, and we don;t have any family friends who are? I mean normal, not the wealthy rich business types you've met here. 

The few I've met range from feeling they are Hindu but Sikhs and Hindus are very similar/the same, to those who feel distinct as Hindus and see Hindus and Sikhs separately. And, I think the men are more likely to be close/friends with Sikh men here than the women are

@Punjabiwolves is someone I like who posts here from time to time. 

1 hour ago, GurjantGnostic said:

If I lived in australia I'd be leaving too. 

How come bro ?!!

What don't you like about it ? It's a big country, and there are inter-state differences like in the US, but the culture seems more homogenous

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