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    Quote Originally Posted by kamala View Post
    I am a proud Sikh and I know a few Sikhs in my area who act like this.. but to be honest, most of those people who are proud of their religious symbols don't know a clue about the religion. Most drink liquor and eat meat etc, however I am a Indian Sikh and I do not act that way, some Sikhs on other forums do not even believe the Brahm Devis/Devtas exist! I found that quite offensive. Then a bunch of them start talking and once they get together and people that are new to Sikhism come they influence them towards Tat Khalsa.. :S
    These people have to read the Guru Grantha Sahib instead of just keeping it as a holy book to bow. They have to read other important scriptures written by various Gurus and those who were near to the Gurus. These people are even friends with Muslims, they claim themselves as Sikhs but disrespect the family and forefathers of Gurus who were born before Guru Nanak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PARAM View Post
    These people have to read the Guru Grantha Sahib instead of just keeping it as a holy book to bow. They have to read other important scriptures written by various Gurus and those who were near to the Gurus. These people are even friends with Muslims, they claim themselves as Sikhs but disrespect the family and forefathers of Gurus who were born before Guru Nanak.
    Well I tried saying this, but when I gave them quotes they replied with "Not everything is to be taken literally"... and yeah I understand about the muslims being bad, I don't hold a grudge on muslims, I just ignore them because I have no need to even think about them and ruin a part of my day.
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    Re: Sikhs protest BBC presenter's claim

    So,does it mean that the Gurus of khalsa panth wasted their life fighting Islamic barbarianism for nothing , can a sikh deny the fact that Guru Nanak was not a hindu? How can one deny the History?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IcyCosmic View Post
    Mr. Singh seems like a very ignorant man. Alot of these sikhs are starting to infuriate me now, in my area there are loads of Sikhs, there are flags outside most houses, and every lamp post on a certain street has orange flags on them (to protest : Rajoana) keeping in mind I live in ENGLAND, not INDIA.

    To say that Sikhism wasn't influenced by Hinduism at all is REALLY funny, and alot of sikhs here say that proudly and with lots of arrogance, all the learned sikhs know that most sikhs these days do not conduct themselves in the proper manner. There is too much ego, false pride, and arrogance that they are above others.

    People are suffering from EGO, and some Sikhs have a lot of it. If you read Guru Granth Sahib then one would find references to Hindu Dharam, Karam, Vedas, and Stories from Vedas. How can one say that Sikhs are NOT from Hinduism. If you read GGS clearly One would find that Guru Granth Sahib is expansion of Gita.

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