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Sikhs reflect and object. Who will cast the first stone?

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Posted 21-Jul-2010 at 18:41 PM by Admin Singh

Nicely expressed!

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Originally Posted by dalbirk View Post
Bhai Harbans Lal Ji ,
It is beyond me to comment upon something pointed out by such an esteemed authority like you . But I wholly agree with kanwardeep Ji's observation that Sikhi survived only due to TALIBANISED / RADICALISED Sikhs like the founders of Singh Sabha Movement . Why did Guru Gobind Singh Ji made the hair & kirpan mandatory , because IMHO one explanation suggests that at the time of martydom of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji out of thousands of Sikhs in Delhi at that time only Bhai Jaita & Bhai Lakhi Shah played the role of Sikhs . None of the other followers came forward because they were a part of the crowd where they could conceal their identity .Also IMHO no other religion / Movement has survived in India where there were thousands of movements but only thing surviving is BRAHMINISM . Also one more thing is there despite several attempts to revive Buddhism in India the efforts have not yielded much results Why ? Because the Brahmins are in full control of Buddhist shrines all over India with no sign to distinguish them from real Buddhists . Why Jainism was absorbed & sank without a trace because 99.99% of Jains do not follow Jainism & worship Devi Devtas instead , shrines are controlled indirectly by Brahmins . No other INDIC religion has survived from the onslaught of Brahminism in India except Sikhism because of the outward symbols prominently HAIR . Which is why the shedding of Hairs by Sikhs in Punjab is causing so much alarm , is certainly seen as the decline of Sikhism & its subsequent absorbtion into Brahminism ( Hinduism )
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