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  1. Chaan Pardesi

    General Management Structure Of Sikh Religion And The Preaching Class

    Management structure of Sikh religion and the preaching class. In the early days the Sikhs became dependent upon the Nirmala and Udasi sadhs for the upkeep, management of Gurduaras and parchar of the Sikh faith. This also included guidance on practice and actions within Gurduaras and Sikh...
  2. G

    General Is Preaching Allowed On This Forum?

    Each post is moderated quickly to suit the Singh Sabha movement and it seems the Anglo-saxons run this forum with sikh slaves they talk about a sikh homeland but with the fanatical AKJ and illiterate BHindranwala the thicko jatts will get no where with their khali-stan (empty land) dasam...
  3. Admin

    Preaching, Proselytizing, And Missionary Work In Sikhism

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  4. spnadmin

    Preaching, Proselytizing, And Missionary Work In Sikhism

    Connected thread http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/interfaith-dialogues/29408-sikhism-and-zoroastrianism-a-dialog.html In previous discussions the following statement was made: Well proselytizing has become a bad name, because of the techniques used, and the attitudes shown, by the people who...
  5. Vikram singh

    Sikh News Teaching Not Preaching

    February 18th, 2010 | Modesto is known as the bible belt of California. It has deep conservative roots in farmland and a vocal Evangelical community. But increasingly, some less familiar notes are echoing through California’s Central Valley. Like many other places, Modesto is becoming...