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  1. What would India be if the British never came?

    Had it been well administered and Maharaja Ranjit Singh been a far sighted leader, it would have still been a Sikh kingdom.
  2. Why is Diwali Important To Sikhs? The Third Sikh Teacher, Guru Amar Das institutionalized this as one of the special days when all Sikhs would gather to receive the Gurus blessings at Goindwal. In 1577 the foundation stone of The Golden Temple was laid on Diwali. The Diwali festival took place during the life of the sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind Sahib. The Muslim Emperor Jahengir, imprisoned the Guru and 52 Kings.The Emperor ruled India at this time. The Asian Indians begged the Emperor to release the Guru and the Emperor agreed but the Gurus said also release the kings. Guru ji had a gown made with 52 string pieces for the Hindus to hold. The Guru and the Hindu kings were also freed at Diwali, Sikhs were very happy when their leader was released. Guru Hargobind Sahib went to the Golden Temple Amritsar in the Punjab. Sikh Diwali is recalled throughout India and in many countries; each year to remember Guru ji's release. At Diwali we worship the religious freedom for Sikhs and this is why Diwali is called the Light Festival. As Guru's Mother was full of happiness that her son was released she ordered food and sweets and gave them to everyone. The worshippers float multi-coloured light candles on the water at the Golden Temple. The gurdwara, hold a grand fireworks display. http://www.elsiegurdwara.org/Diwali.pdf
  3. Guru Amar Das Ji was our third Guru.
  4. Corruption Examples in Sikhism/Punjab?

    Mind your language and how you refer to Sikh leaders. People like you are only good at writing nonsense.
  5. Corruption Examples in Sikhism/Punjab?

    Read about the life and role of one of the greatest Sikh leaders Master Tara Singh before writing nonsense about him.
  6. Are the muslim countries taking any action against the Rohangya genocide? havnt seen any statements from any of the muslim countries' leadership.
  7. Australia Sikh Boy Wins Turban Case

    What is so difficult to understand that the Christian school refused the boy to wear a turban and the family had to fight a legal battle to drum some sense in the school's authorities.
  8. Australia Sikh Boy Wins Turban Case

    Had it not been a problem, it wouldn't have made it to the news. The family took the case to the tribunal and won. http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/09/19/we-are-pleased-religious-freedom-alive-melbourne-sikh-boy-wins-right-wear-turban
  9. Not' 'supersoldiers' they were just naïve 'slavesoldiers' who were used by British.
  10. End of the day it was the British who were responsible for this carnage. They had the resources like the Army etc to facilitate a peaceful transition of power but they chose not to. Dividing Punjab in a matter of weeks by a drunkard showed their real intentions.
  11. Mind your language. Master Tara Singh was not a fool. He was a very strong and selfless leader. It was Baldev Singh who was the traitor and sold the interests of Sikhs.
  12. New Interface Question

    When will the down vote option be removed?
  13. Waiting for the day when you will be ready to say I'm proud to be a SIKH and one day you will be there for sure.
  14. The use of mantras

    Understand that now. Thanks.
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