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    Are you trying to say that you know our Gurus' perspective or do we still remain Sikhs which means we will be learning, relearning and unlearning daily till our last breath?

    Having said that, please elaborate what does the above have to do with my post?

    Lastly, why do you call rape a ninda? Is rape a ninda for you? Why?
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