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18th Generation of Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Sahib Ji Maharaj, Sheikh Zahoor Ahmed


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On 5/8/2022 at 6:41 AM, dharamyudh said:

Idk if this is real, looks legit, but it looks like memebets of Baba Khem Singh Bedi’s family converted during 47, man... Sad to see. 

 

This video says that a descendent of Guru Nanak converted to Islam. Some woman is named as converting. She wouldn't have been the one to initially convert. Women is those days did whatever their husbands did, and most likely it was the hisband who converted and she had no choice but to follow. Sad as it is if it's true, but those days were like that.

 

I've seen this before in a family of Bedi's in Malaysia where the man converted and his wife had no choice but to convert with him.

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6 hours ago, chatanga1 said:

 

This video says that a descendent of Guru Nanak converted to Islam. Some woman is named as converting. She wouldn't have been the one to initially convert. Women is those days did whatever their husbands did, and most likely it was the hisband who converted and she had no choice but to follow. Sad as it is if it's true, but those days were like that.

 

I've seen this before in a family of Bedi's in Malaysia where the man converted and his wife had no choice but to convert with him.

Yea, I believe the woman was the granddaughter of Baba Khem Singh Bedi right? She got married off and lived in Thoha Khalsa in the Rawalpindi district. That specific area was infamous for the events that took place there in 47. Just overall a sad story. 

 

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9 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

Yea, I believe the woman was the granddaughter of Baba Khem Singh Bedi right? She got married off and lived in Thoha Khalsa in the Rawalpindi district. That specific area was infamous for the events that took place there in 47. Just overall a sad story. 

Isn't one of Khem Singh Bedi descendant Amitabh Bachan?

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3 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Isn't one of Khem Singh Bedi descendant Amitabh Bachan?

Really? Damn I didn't know that. Seems like he got a bunch of descendants. 

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On 5/22/2022 at 2:17 AM, Jacfsing2 said:

Isn't one of Khem Singh Bedi descendant Amitabh Bachan?

According to this write up there's no connection. The media often invents stories of their stars having illustrious ancestors to up their worth and to give themselves excuses to make up other controversies to keep them in the limelight. 

https://wikibio.in/teji-bachchan/

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58 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Hmmm interesting conundrum, from what I am aware he sounds like another Sri Chand, blood is nothing if you don't follow Guru Granth Sahib Ji and and become one with bani. 

Guru Sahib himself said Rangretta Guru Ka Beta, devotion is more important.

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8 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Hmmm interesting conundrum, from what I am aware he sounds like another Sri Chand, blood is nothing if you don't follow Guru Granth Sahib Ji and and become one with bani. 

much much worse than Baba Sri Chand 

more comparable to prithichandie, ram raiae, dhir mal etc. 

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15 hours ago, Jai Tegang! said:

The old man states that it was his father, kulwant singh, son of Hira Singh, that converted. Kulwant Singh was married to Khem Singh Bedi's granddaughter. It's interesting how he describes the process. His father had travelled to Iran and came under Islamic influence during his extended stay. Came back and started dining with muslims. Sikhs got suspicious and started harassing him to quit his islamic leaning. Kulwant singh took off with his wife, from one village to the next, with sikhs in pursuit, until he landed in a more powerful caste muslim village, where he settled in safety and cut his hair. The wife had little choice left I suppose and was renamed Zainab Bibi. The old man states that he recalls his mother as being mentally deranged during his childhood due to the trauma of separation from her whole extended family members. Even he seems to realize what an <banned word filter activated> decision his father made to convert as they lived in poverty afterwards, coming from powerful clans that owned thousands of acres of lands. At one point, the old man says his dad used to say " we come from a kaum that is the sardar of all kaums" (referring to his own Sikh origins). I'm sure kulwant singh regretted his decision, especially since 47' buried all possibility of reversal.

Thanks for this bro. 

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