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  1. Hello, Let's solve our own issue. The Gangu issue is a mystery. People are divided on this now as more research is coming out. The main issue in accepting Gangu as Brahmin and house cook of Guru Gobind Singh will question the status of our own Guru. Had he appointed Brahmin to serve food to his family? Here is how it goes: 1. Gangu was Brahmin so blame all Brahmins. 2. Rama Randhawa/ Prakash Singh Badal are/were Jats so blame all Jats. 3. Giani Jail Singh was Takhaan/Ramgaria so blame all Tarkhans of UK/India 4. Chandu was Khatri so blame all Khatris. Our logic is very twisted. Who was Gangu? A cook in the house of Guru? So, Guru didn't have any singh available to prepare food hence he chose a Hindu Brahmin to serve? Logic please? Who killed Alexander the great's father? Logic please Bhai Singha was real in Sikh history though! http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhai_Singha_Purohit Blog I found while searching for Gangu: http://brahminsikh.wordpress.com/punjabi-book/
  2. Good analysis! http://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/articles/id/spiritualresearch/spiritualscience/afterdeath
  3. There is a misrepresentation of the facts under Sikhs section on Aurangzeb page. Please the ones who are well aware of Sikh history correct the wrong information so world cannot be misled. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurangzeb
  4. It's available at the following website. http://www.ninjavideo.net/cat/1795
  5. Sikh Coalition is doing a great job on promoting Sikh identity and we should support them. http://www.sikhcoalition.org/ Now to this topic everyone has their own opinion, which is fine, as long as it's not dangerous or threatening. I believe that we should have tolerance because everyone has their own personal understanding of Sikhism. I don't want to see few Sikhs declaring her Anti-Sikh and running behind her on the roads. We should not act like fanatics but in civilized society initiating communication is the best method. I believe that Sikhism is breaking apart due to lack of communication.
  6. It's not harming anyone personally but it may bring lots of questions within your family. There is no force or threatening tone here just simple opinion. In USA, you can express your personal opinion as long as you are not threatening someone. You can approach someone with their permission and ask for an explanation and that's what I have written in my post. I have not issued any "Muslim Fatwa" for her. Please take a look at Freedom Of Speech act http://www.ripoffreport.com/ConsumersSayThankYou/FalseReport.aspx ... Let's not make it personal and rather concentrate on the topic. There is no force here to stop her from living her life. I am very liberal person but everyone has curiosity within their mind. I hate myself religious wackos as Bill Maher shares his insight here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ipp-l_32M8 ... I would like to withdraw myself from this discussion now.
  7. The problem with wearing turban and acting this way may bring lots of bad consequences for Sikh women. You know westerns see turban wearing women as religious or cultural and not many try to approach them. Let me describe what I meant by bad consequences. We have Sikh woman here winning her case and trying to spread the word of Sikhism. The simple message is that she is religious and not a piece of meat. Now I have no problem with this girl's selection of partner but she is carrying a image of religious woman. The days are not too far when every Joe and Harry will be stalking and approaching "Turban wearing" woman and asking for a date... Don't you think that's embarrassing for a baptized Sikh woman? This is my personal opinion that Sikh community should approach this girl and try to know her reasons for wearing turban. If it's just for the fashion then there is no problem with it but she should make public disclosure.
  8. Sikh girls are not instructed to marry this way if they follow religious beliefs. Let me emphasize only if they follow religious beliefs. This is her own personal decision and it has nothing to do with Sikhism. I would have ignored it if she had not worn turban which is quiet a surprise.
  9. This is kind of shocking but... http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/23/fashion/weddings/23RAI.html?ref=weddings
  10. http://www.digitalcribs.net/DisplayVideo.aspx?id=975913942&fbid=CrPIqXrcAnZ
  11. Watch this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPGNii7ayIU ...
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