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Hinduism Vivekanand and Ramakrishna

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by drkhalsa, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. drkhalsa

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    Vivekanand and Ramakrishna


    G.B. Singh

    Sikhs are a soft-target in eyes of the Hindu propaganda machine. The machination comes in various forms, especially designed to penetrate the Sikh psyche by way of prophets of modern Hinduism. Both Ramakrishna and Vivekananda are such an entity of the Hindu pantheon, and many Sikhs mindlessly continue to participate in ceremonies promoting these two individuals. Just to put issues in perspective, here are two examples that should catch your attention: (1) Ramakrishna had a great respect for the Sikh Gurus. This was because he believed that the “Gurus of Sikhism were the reincarnations of King Janaka of ancient India.” (2) Swami Vivekananda had his own reasons for he admired Guru Gobind Singh. He believed that the Guru brought on the “Sikh sect revival by his initiation when he re-Hinduised Mohammendan converts and took them back into the Sikh community.” Have no doubt, these two prophets exhibited a very shallow knowledge base, which will be even more evident when you read this article that I wrote few years ago and then updated it just for the benefit of the Sikh readers

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