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This is nothing new. I don't why people get so shocked by it. Yeah it probably shouldn't happen at the Gurdwara but what's the big deal? It's just Aarti, which can be done of saints, elders, Gurdevs. It's not the same as doing aarti of Guru Sahib. Vishwakarma is patron saint of craftsmen/labourers.

It's downstairs anyway.

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Jai mata di.

Hopelly as I belive in 2 religions I have more chance of attaining salvation. And hopefully good things will happen and I will get more shakti. As I beilve in everthing. 

More power to me. I also have a budda statue for added good luck. 

Yeah. 

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1 minute ago, Big_Tera said:

Jai mata di.

Hopelly as I belive in 2 religions I have more chance of attaining salvation. And hopefully good things will happen and I will get more shakti. As I beilve in the mata and the guru. 

More power to me. I also have a budda statue for added good luck. 

Yeah. 

It's actually Jai Vishwakarma. There is no Mata involved here.

They are not doing this for salvation. Or for shakti. They do not worship Vishwakarma in the same light as Guru Sahib. They are showing thanks and appreciation because he is the Devta of crafts/labour - the patron saint. People show reverence for different things, it's not black and white.

You see a diva and have a hissy fit.

 

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They are doing it to please Hindus also. 

I know many Sikhs who have mata idols up. Just as a bit of decoration around the house. They dont belive in it. But then you get those Sikhs Who have matas and all kinds if idols statues. These people are confused and genuinly belive in everything. 

they are hindunised idiots. Many also follow hindu rituals and customs. 

Discraceful. 

No wonder there kids end up being confused. And then they turn to vhrist or islam. 

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1 minute ago, Big_Tera said:

They are doing it to please Hindus also. 

I know many Sikhs who have mata idols up. Just as a bit of decoration around the house. They dont belive in it. But then you get those Sikhs Who have matas and all kinds if idols statues. These people are confused and genuinly belive in everything. 

Bro I don't really think they are. Ramgharia's genuinely respect this Devta. Most Hindus I've come across don't really pay much attention to Vishwakarma. You would be lucky if they even have a picture or idol of him at the Mandir.

Yeah ok that example is something different. Although there is nothing wrong with artwork per se. It's just art.

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Mata pictures were removed from my house. Once I realised it was wrong many years ago. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

Mata pictures were removed from my house. Once I realised it was wrong many years ago. 

 

Does that also mean ithaasic artwork is wrong?

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28 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

This is nothing new. I don't why people get so shocked by it. Yeah it probably shouldn't happen at the Gurdwara but what's the big deal? It's just Aarti, which can be done of saints, elders, Gurdevs. It's not the same as doing aarti of Guru Sahib. Vishwakarma is patron saint of craftsmen/labourers.

It's downstairs anyway.

its wrong mate. Wake up and smell the coffee and not the toofs and mata pictures

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1 minute ago, MrDoaba said:

Does that also mean ithaasic artwork is wrong?

Listen you wannabe hindu. Dont make me smack your head with a packet of toofs. To snap you out of your hindu beliefs. 

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Sorry I like dhoof.

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1 minute ago, Big_Tera said:

Listen you wannabe hindu. Dont make me smack your head with a packet of toofs. To snap you out of your hindu beliefs. 

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Guess Puratan Sikhs were wrong too hey......hmmm

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Puratan Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

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