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No Jaikara at Harmandir Sahib?


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It probably more to do with the legacy of those who, be it well intentioned or not, have systematically undertaken a campaign to define ALL sikh matters SOLELY by their interpretations of Gurbani and regard all other items (unless of course when it suits them) as BIPAR propaganda.

The result of this is what we see in many of today's main movements, be they "PANTHIC" or not.

This is what has led to some to question the Kakkar, Amrit Sanchar, Simran (in terms of Dhyana, Dharana, Samadhi - all today thought to be Bipar concepts and unsikh), the Dasam Granth, and various other traditions, heritage, legacies that have come down over the past 500 years for the Sikhs.

In a similar tone, those who may physically hold steadfast to their EXTERNAL rehits and actions in the name of Maryada, also have through the same principle led to the downfall of aspects such as Katha, Literature, Kavi Darbars, (Gurmat) Sangeet, arts (unless of course we consider the comic book type creations using Quark Express to qualify as this), cuisine, and so on.

In the same way, no doubt, the fact that "Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal" not appearing in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib per se, has something to do with this occurence.

But let's all relax, no doubt, this is all the works of th sinster RSS...the "Haua" of today's Tat Khalsa.

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