The Sikh philosophy has always appealed to me as a punjabi. I was born a Hindu and i've kept talking to Hindus about real Dharma but they are not at all responsive. Now Hindu is just a label for me. I'm sick of the hypocrisy. They keep blaming conversions to other religions but never accept their own faults. They have Zero understanding of Dharma despite having recieved a beautiful scripture like the Bhagavada Gita that calls them to fight for Dharma against injustice. The Hindu cowards found a way around that too. They created a superstition that having the Bhagavada Gita in the home will create fights in the house. Instead of accepting justice and choosing to fight for it they dumped the scripture itself. Krishna's birth and message itself was wasted on the Hindus Gandhi the submissive ***, has corrupted Dharma for them further apart from the superstitions they are lost in. India is facing massive problems with Islam and i see India adopting Sikhism as the only way to establish truth and retain it's humanity which would be lost if we were Islamised. We have to become pure or "Khalsa" in Dharma if we want to revive Indian Dharma instead of that backward Arab claptrap called Islam. Any Sikh brothers out there who can guide me to becoming a good Sikh? I've given up on reviving true Dharma in Hinduism. The followers are beyond a cure. I realise it after years of trying to instill true Dharma in them. Sikhism's teachings are very true to Dharma, although under Hindu influence it has been corrupted a lot in India. I'm sick of Hindus who talk big but are not willing to walk the talk. Infact, i'm more sick of cowardly all talk, no action Hindus, than the muslim terrorists.