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Should Sikh Vocabulary Decrease?

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Pray Truth for all and say Satsriakal!
Dear all!

On a forum I read these sentences.
"There is no need for Brahma, the god of generation; Vishnu, the god of operations; or Shiva, the god of destruction. According to Guru Nanak all these operation happen according to Hukam."
"I do not see why these names from an other religion are to be made a part of vocabulary of the Sikh religion especially, when these three functions are already included in the Hukam."

Do you also feel that they should reduce vocabulary of Sikh religion?


Balbir Singh
 

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An understanding of 35 alphabets from Paentee Akhree Path can assist you in your further research.

Namdharis do Paentee Akhree da path regularly.
 

drkhalsa

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Do you also feel that they should reduce vocabulary of Sikh religion?
No I dont think so .


An understanding of 35 alphabets from Paentee Akhree Path can assist you in your further research.

Namdharis do Paentee Akhree da path regularly.
I am curious about it

Can you elaborate more on this yourseld it might be helpful






Thanks
 

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Would this mean that in the end references to Vishnu, and all the others, would need to be removed from Adi Granth and Dasam Granth?
 

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Quote "Would this mean that in the end references to Vishnu, and all the others, would need to be removed from Adi Granth and Dasam Granth?"
They convince some that they have replaced Ram, Hari, Naaraain and many other Names with Waheguru. Now they may be working removing Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv.

I wonder if God is possessing life in such a Sikh Khalsa Singh.


Balbir Singh
 

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