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What was the need for porn? Why is it even on the internet? And because of some sites not asking for proof such as bank details or ID etc a lot of the younger generation are getting addicted to it! I read as young as 11!!!!!! It also wrecks our rehat and sikhi!!!!!

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Porn exists for business purposes alone, they may not get your money, but they'll get ads, support from governments, donations, as well as events for their business.

People watch porn because people are marrying later. 

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If Sikhs were to read all the charitars from Sri Charitropakhiyan Sahib Ji there would be no need for you to view porn. This is why Dasam Pita dedicated 7years of their life to creating all the different Triya Charitar stories 

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11 hours ago, Guest Taksali said:

If Sikhs were to read all the charitars from Sri Charitropakhiyan Sahib Ji there would be no need for you to view porn. This is why Dasam Pita dedicated 7years of their life to creating all the different Triya Charitar stories 

err firstly your wording makes it seem you are suggesting GuruPita ji wrote porn which would negate need for other stuff... I don't think you meant it that way but just in case someone else gets the wrong end of the stick :

Guru Pita ji gave us the same advice he received from his father: to never even in a dream go to the bed of another ...i.e. the thought is as bad as the action ....in what universe does a Father telling us this, allow the kirdaar of his children to fall so low as to consume Porn or low thoughts about paraiyian/paraiae ? Sikhs accept kaam as part of their makeup but work on controlling it along with the other four thieves, stay within gursikh marriage and build a relationship with santokh and sat

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18 hours ago, Guest Taksali said:

If Sikhs were to read all the charitars from Sri Charitropakhiyan Sahib Ji there would be no need for you to view porn. This is why Dasam Pita dedicated 7years of their life to creating all the different Triya Charitar stories 

Triya .. what does it mean ? it seems its corrupt of "Stri" which means woman. "Tria charitar" would then mean a "woman's character".

Not surprised this cultural things crept into religion , as after all , PUNJABIS are one of the MOST sexist, misogynist and by extension homophobic culture of india. And since most sikhs are punjabis, this has crept into religion as well. Although at community level, not scripturally. 

I can bet , the words of triya charitar apply to men as much as they apply to women.

Also my question "What if marriage is not possible for a person?" . How does then "don't go to others bed even in dream" apply ?

 

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25 minutes ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Triya .. what does it mean ? it seems its corrupt of "Stri" which means woman. "Tria charitar" would then mean a "woman's character".

Not surprised this cultural things crept into religion , as after all , PUNJABIS are one of the MOST sexist, misogynist and by extension homophobic culture of india. And since most sikhs are punjabis, this has crept into religion as well. Although at community level, not scripturally. 

I can bet , the words of triya charitar apply to men as much as they apply to women.

Also my question "What if marriage is not possible for a person?" . How does then "don't go to others bed even in dream" apply ?

 

again with the jumping to conclusions ...in sikhi there is only ONE Pursh AKAL PURAKH the rest are Naari jaat whether human male or female. if you read the chiritars as detailed BOTH human forms are shown to be lacking in morals or sense of right in the face of kaam. 

err Bro you need to check your anger at the door ... before you say  something you don't mean we Know the author was Guru Pitaji and he was retelling tales of high positioned people who were given blessings by Akal Purakh to rule and lead and yet were brought so low by their MOH, Ahankar, Lobh and Kaam that they were prepared to kill innocents(The king in the top level story) also the inner stories retold by the minister illustrate the depravity extends to all strata in kalyug.

it applies prior to marriage and after ...you can't be picking and choosing  which of Guru Pita ji's words apply and when , hukham is for always

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

again with the jumping to conclusions ...in sikhi there is only ONE Pursh AKAL PURAKH the rest are Naari jaat whether human male or female. if you read the chiritars as detailed BOTH human forms are shown to be lacking in morals or sense of right in the face of kaam. 

err Bro you need to check your anger at the door ... before you say  something you don't mean we Know the author was Guru Pitaji and he was retelling tales of high positioned people who were given blessings by Akal Purakh to rule and lead and yet were brought so low by their MOH, Ahankar, Lobh and Kaam that they were prepared to kill innocents(The king in the top level story) also the inner stories retold by the minister illustrate the depravity extends to all strata in kalyug.

it applies prior to marriage and after ...you can't be picking and choosing  which of Guru Pita ji's words apply and when , hukham is for always

Interesting.

I am aware of the concept of eko purakh, sagal naar. But I am sure its a mere metaphor to help us understand . In reality, god and soul doesn't have gender. There are many places in gurbani where relationship of jeev and waheguru is referred to in terms of husband-wife relationship but this is just to help us understand.

 

I am not saying charitropakhyan is not written by guru sahib. Besides, I have not read charitropakhyan or triya charitar, so am not rightful to say anything about it, althoug i strongly believe its more about lessons.

But actually not everyone have the privilege to marry . 

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2 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Interesting.

I am aware of the concept of eko purakh, sagal naar. But I am sure its a mere metaphor to help us understand . In reality, god and soul doesn't have gender. There are many places in gurbani where relationship of jeev and waheguru is referred to in terms of husband-wife relationship but this is just to help us understand.

 

I am not saying charitropakhyan is not written by guru sahib. Besides, I have not read charitropakhyan or triya charitar, so am not rightful to say anything about it, althoug i strongly believe its more about lessons.

But actually not everyone have the privilege to marry . 

not everyone has privilege of wealth, health or happiness ... it's all karam de khel

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11 hours ago, Guest Nihang Dal said:

nothing wrong with Nihang Singhs reading it for the Bir Rass

Triya charitar has bir rass? I was taught its only for Gyan. 

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Porn exists because an overwhelming, near totality of humanity, particularly males, that have access to such content will use it, creating a motive to profit off of it. Humans have kaam, and a sexual drive that can be satisfied by pornography.

It's quite simple, really. 

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20 hours ago, akaltaksal said:

Porn exists because an overwhelming, near totality of humanity, particularly males, that have access to such content will use it, creating a motive to profit off of it. Humans have kaam, and a sexual drive that can be satisfied by pornography.

It's quite simple, really. 

actually porn is part of the zionist agenda to undermine/subvert other moralistic faiths, family structures and societal values of non-zion countries so they can be subdued and brought under the rule of the one world regime. 

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11 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

actually porn is part of the zionist agenda to undermine/subvert other moralistic faiths, family structures and societal values of non-zion countries so they can be subdued and brought under the rule of the one world regime. 

If that's true and they want to convert everyone into Judaism? Why not other methods? Doesn't Judaism say adultery is a sin?

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