There are no restrictions against eating meat in Sikhism. One small exception is that Sikhs are not supposed to eat food offered to God. As in any other religion, there are Sikhs who choose to be vegetarian.
i dont get it, why the goat sacrifice? where does that come from?
Oh My GOD ,"How the Devil they can do that" I am Shock!
This is first time I am watching and I am sick to see. Which Gurudwara is it and What does the SGP is doing about it.
Alive Goat they just cut it and took ithe head of Goat to the Gurudwara
Where are the Akaal Takhat Jathedar's:happykaur:
No You can not eat Meat if you are Truley Sikh of Guru Gobind Singh JI
That is HAZOOR SAHIB..NOT SIKHISM !!
If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck
I get how those people may be part of a different sect of Sikhism. But i wouldnt say "thats not sikhism" or "They are not sikhs" cuz they sure believe they are sikhs .
Im wondering whats there justification for that?
Well some sikhs say that you just cant eat meat that has been sacrificed in the name of god (hlal or kosher for example) but even in that case. Not only is this meat... but it seems like its meat sacrificed in the name of god lol. Its like twice as bad >.<