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Controversial Defining Authority In Sikhism

Sikhilove1

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Aug 14, 2019
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Is Baru Sahib corrupt? That's news to me. I know, this is let go of everything and all you need is gurbani mentality. No thanks. All institutions become corrupt with time the answer to this is found in the Gurus deeds, we went from manjis to masands, from masands to nirmaliyas, from nirmaliyas to SGPC staff, from SGPC staff to universities such as Baru Sahib, World Sikh University etc etc . All of these under the auspices of the Guru. These are all good works.
I’m not saying it’s all corrupt. But people have tried to turn Gurdwarras into money making places of business.. and the Akal Takht and other major seats of authority have for sure become corrupt. Do your research and discover for yourself.
 

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