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  1. Admin

    General Feminine Apparel For Pashtuns

    In her book Hari Singh Nalwa ― Champion of the Khalsaji, Vanit Nalwa observes: Feminine apparel for Pashtuns: In accordance with the teaching of their Guru, the Sikhs did not attack the defenseless or the weak. This included children, women, mendicants and the elderly. Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa...
  2. findingmyway

    The Subtle Fervency Of The Feminine Persona: A Consonance Of Thought And Deed In The Indefatigable S

    The Subtle Fervency of the feminine persona: A consonance of thought and deed in the indefatigable Sikh Woman in her Spiritual Journey in the Scripture Puneet Randhawa AOSS...
  3. Ishna

    Learn Punjabi Feminine Form Of 'das'?

    Can an admin please delete this thread? I found the answer. Didn't look hard enough, sorry.
  4. Ambarsaria

    Creator /God ਦਾਤਾ/ਰੱਬ In Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Is Masculine Or Feminine And What Is The Significa

    I share below couple of great comments I got from gurmatbibek site regarding this question. 1. Grammar oriented 2. Essence and Reference Additionally I believe, from what I understand, the use of masculinity in General in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is such that the female persona did...
  5. Admin

    Feminine Principle In The Sikh Vision (Video)

    Feminine Principle in the Sikh Vision YouTube - Feminist Text, Patriarchal Context: Feminine Principle in the Sikh Vision In her talk, Nikky Singh addresses the disjuncture between the feminist Sikh sacred text and its patriarchal social context. The scripture is the core of Sikh religion: it...
  6. spnadmin

    In Search Of MA: The Sacred Feminine In World Religions

    April 25, 2009 She just appeared in a prolonged moment of despondency, feeling a bad case of emotional beach erosion, with only enough will left to let what ever would happen or should happen wash over me. No accomplishment or good feeling of victory ever stays with me more than a couple of...
  7. P

    Christianity Many Christians Believe In The Feminine Side Of God, What Does Sikhism Say About It?

    Many Christians believe in the feminine side of God, what does Sikhism say about it? A: Sikh Gurus (who have personally met God and have become one with Him) told specifically that God is formless, fearless, ageless, and genderless. One of our Sikh representative was discussing this topic...