Sindhi Sehajdharis enter the Khalsa Panth, by becoming Amritdharis
An excerpt from:
Varinder Walia, The Tribune India, Edited-by W!N News Bureau
Sunday, 29th August 2004
Some of the Sindhi Sehajdharis who joined the Khalsa Panth recently would meet the Jathedar of Akal Takht in Amritsar to...
……and here’s a swipe at “scholars” such as Jakobsh, Fenech, Oberoi and Mcleod………….you’ve got Jakobsh and Fenech telling us Sikhs that the Sikh tradition of martyrdom is not a Sikh ideal at all…………….you’ve got Oberoi trying to second huess our...
Ek Oankar Wahiguru Ji Ki Fateh
Das only want to from fellow brothers and sisters to give us account from Gurbani or Historical books, which prove that after becoming Sikh,We left old castes.Or in Sikhism as a realty castes does not exist.