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  1. Should Sikh places of worship not be simple places with a low amount of colours for a more calming and relaxing place to pray and sit and concentrate? Having been to many Gurdwaras up and down the country in the UK I notice a trend especially up north and the midlands exuberant and overpowering patterns and colours which are distracting. Such as carpets with heavily patterned designs and mis matches of colours patterns ect .. Having all these colours makes it look un sophisticated and less serious place. Why cant places of worship be simple and claming places which is the case in India. This is a typical example of inside of a UK Gurdwara.
  2. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Does anyone know the real history or relevance of throwing rangh on wedding cards/bags of sugar or on the boys side after a kurmai? Any reference to history would be helpful Thanks Gurdial Singh
  3. Is there any specific shade of blue for the Khalsa? Is it Just any shade of blue? What shade of blue do Nihang Singhs wear? If possible, please provide the numbers for the colour of sRGB (Red Green Blue) Thanks In Advance, Sr Waheguru Jee Kee Fateh!