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Are sikhs facing a crisis?

Discussion in 'Hard Talk' started by ISDhillon, Dec 21, 2006.

  1. ISDhillon

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    I know their are a lot of internal and external threats to sikhism, but why is their a witchunt for beadbi going on?


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    when will we rescue the guru from the beadbi of caste based gurdwaras? and where will we put the guru when rescued is their a non-caste gurdwara/safe-house?
     
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    day Sikhs realize that the difference between actual Adab and ritualistic adab, they would start keeping Guru sahib with themselves...

    caste based discrimination in gurudwaras is a the biggest divide i have observed...but it is very high in western countries rather than punjab

    however punjab has its share of caste based problems..

    i agree... its high time that this issue is brought up and discussed more than issues of keeping hair
     
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