hps62 said:Cool photos.
I guess they fulfill our Goal of
" There is only one God for all of us and he loves us all "
It is the Sikhi way of fusing all the world religions into one family.
Fun to see similar photos coming out from the west and islamic civilization.
The latter is a challenge for the toughest of tough Sikh
he should be awarded with a Sikh equvalent of "Fusion of religion" Nobel prize
No animosity on ground of religion.
Since when have Sikhs begun to differentiate one human being from other?
I know Sikh is different from Hindu on various front.
To name a few
1. He worships the man form of God
2. He believes in only one God who has different names.
3. He takes on heavy odds against him ( sava lakh se ek ladao )
4. His motto is “ Nische kar apni jeet karo”
5. He is a warrior saint.
6. He does not believe in caste.
7. He is an always learning.
8. He fights injustice and tyranny where ever possible. Etc etc
Inspite of all these differences he has with all the religion he knows the underlying theme of unity amongst living things which binds us into one pulsating thing called LIFE . Some thing like the Gia’s hypothesis (read it on the net).
I am also aware of uniqueness of khalsa and the value it embodies with in it.
Our Guruji said that we all are children of one God recognizing fully all the differences.
As for my belief is concerned. You are welcome to our home with your family members and see what we practice.
I am not an Amritdahari Sikh but I do have 2/5 K’s.
Since yourself are more knowledgable on Sikhs , please let me know if I have written any thing wrong.
hps62 the learning SIKH ( rightly still to graduate to khalsa )