Hello, I'm a Northern European practicing Hinduism (Saiva Siddhanta from Natha lineage) while I have a great respect for Sikhism. I have several questions concerning Sikhism & to make sure that I would really get a proper answer, I decided to join this forum instead of just asking in a random religious site (where every person of a different background share). 1) What is Sikh view on Saiva Siddhanta (if there's any)? I see enough similarities... I believe it is Sikhism who believes that believers of other faith will get what they desire after the death, no? Today, rather Christian woman, told me that she had seen videos of several NDE and since there a woman saw Jesus, Mohammed & Buddha working together, the woman is persuaded that Hinduism is false or that Ganesha is false, yet she believes in angels. I believe that NDE, like I once read Sikhism declare, is, in the end, inspired by the on-earth beliefs or encounters. Like seeing Jesus in Jerusalem & Krishna in Mumbai (while I don't worship Krishna as per my personal beliefs) Can you explain your point of view? 2) What makes Sikhism still accept caste system if they know their religion is against it? (I'm sorry, I just feel that part is sad... Majority probably rejected it, yet I have read several articles about heavily emphasing on caste system when searching someone for marriage...) 3) I read that Sikhism rejects a sacred language. I didn't know that until today, so that made me wonder - what is the main reason why Sri Guru Granth Sahib is written mainly in gurumukhti? (in Gurudwaras that is) or is it changing in foreign temples now that versions in English exist as well? (like in USA, UK etc.) 4) Sikhism is a householder path, does that mean that Sikhs in all cases MUST have kids/family? 5) What Sikh view on people who are born asexual (without sexual attraction and/or sexual desire whatsoever)? And here's something that I think is the saddest part - it's a shame that many sikh men are trimming & cutting their hair. I personally like how devout Sikh men look + I like men with long hair in general. (in an ascetically pleasing way as a painting. The World is beautiful, that's how I see sikh men too) So, I find it a shame that they take their religion for granted. Ok, I apologize for the last part, it's just my attempt to encourage you, even if I have no business to do so. Hope you have a wonderful day.