Saturday, April 19, 2008

Bikramjit Sinh Majithia, Kirandip Sinh Kang and Sukhbir Sinh Badal???

Why would any self-respecting Sikh who loves Guru Granth Sahib Ji ever support such characters as these or be a part of Shiromani Akali Dal when its leadership disrespects the history of the Akali Dal and Sikh religious instruction by Guru Nanak himself (who disavowed idol worship and puja) by worshiping at a Hindu temple for political mileage and votes?

from the Tribune,
The culprits.
In a bid to give secular look to the Youth Akali Dal, its newly appointed patron and president, Bikramjit Singh Majithia and Kirandip Singh Kang, respectively, paid obeisance at the Golden Temple and the Durgiana Temple here today.

They are perhaps the first youth Akali Dal leaders who have visited a Hindu temple to offer thanksgiving to the Almighty over
their elevation.

They were accompanied by a large number of Youth Akali leaders, including Gurpartap Singh Tikka and Inderbir Singh Bolaria, both aspirants for the party ticket for Amritsar South and Dalbir Singh, a former Akali MLA.

The development assumes significance in the wake of the byelection, slated for May 22, even as their visit to the Durgiana Temple, some feel, may help in wooing Hindu votes.

Earlier, Sukhbir Singh Badal while reconstituting the working committee, Political Affairs Committee and other wings of the party had given sufficient representation to Hindus, Muslims and Christians.

Immediately after becoming president of the Shiromani Akali Dal, Sukhbir Singh Badal had made his intentions clear that he wanted to make the party of all Punjabis, irrespective of their caste and creed. He had announced on January 31 that the SAD was not a party of the Sikhs of Punjab, but an organisation of the entire Punjabi community all over the world.

If such a person thinks that SAD will represent Punjabis all over the world, he is sadly mistaken, as most Sikhs outside India are wary of individuals such as him who try to water down Sikh beliefs and go against the Sikh religion by engaging in such anti-Sikh behaviour or policies.

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Anonymous said...

Going to a temple is a crime for sikhs?


Should hindus also be barred from gurudwaras?


Going to a gurudwara is a crime for a hindu?

Do you think hindus vote for these leaders because they have gone to a temple?

Singhs writing in "Singh On The World" seem totally devoid of reasons. or want to convert liberal sikhism into a rabid fanatical religion like islam!

Anonymous said...

Mr Hindu, yes its crime for sikh to go to Temper and worship Idols. Only that person is sikh who act according to Gurus teachings

"So sikh sakha bandhap hai bhai jo gur ke bhane vich aave ->Only that person who follows the Guru's teachings completely is a Sikh"

Idol worship is prohibited in Sikhism and Sikhism dose not accept mythology of Hinduism. Foolish ways of Hinduism is condemned in Sikhism. Being honest towards own religion is not like being fanatic. Some cross breed and fake sikh worship shiva penis but that not means they are spiritual. They are 'dhobi ke kute, na ghar ke na ghat ke'

O Pandit, your Gayatri was grazing in the fields. Taking a stick, the farmer broke its leg, and now it walks with a limp. ||1||

O Pandit, I saw your great god Shiva, riding along on a white bull. In the merchant's house, a banquet was prepared for him - he killed the merchant's son. ||2||

O Pandit, I saw your Raam Chand coming too; he lost his wife, fighting a war against Raawan. ||3||

The Hindu is sightless; the Muslim has only one eye. Sikh is wiser than both of them. SGGS Ang 875

One who chases after the god Bhairau, evil spirits and the goddess of smallpox, is riding on a donkey, kicking up the dust. ||1||

I take only the Name of the One Waheguru. I have given away all other gods in exchange for Him. ||1||Pause||

That man who chants "Shiva, Shiva", and meditates on him, is riding on a bull, shaking a tambourine. ||2||

One who worships the Great Goddess Durga will be reincarnated as a woman, and not a man. ||3||

You are called the Primal Goddess. At the time of liberation, where will you hide then? ||4|| SGGS Ang 874

The eighteen Puraanas and the four Vedas do not know His mystery. O Nanak, the True Guru has shown me the Waheguru God. ||5||20|| SGGS Ang 355

Brahma wasted his life away, continually reading the Vedas. ||1|| SGGS Ang 478

The Simritee is the daughter of the Vedas, O Siblings of Destiny. She has brought a chain and a rope. ||1|| She has imprisoned the people in her own city. SGGS Ang 329

Brahma studied the Vedas, but these lead only to debates and disputes. He is filled with darkness; he does not understand himself. SGGS Ang 231

Maya is the origin of god godes. SGGS Ang 129.

Shiva, Brahma, angels and demons, all burn in the fire of death. SGGS Ang 1267.

Siva and other demigods lament and moan. But they know not even an iota of the Invisible and Insscrutable Being. SGGS Ang 867.

Brahma, Indra, sun, moon, and this world are polluted, they are limited and transitory. Shiva, Shankara and Mahaysh are polluted. SGGS Ang 1158.

Death is certain in Inder Puree; Brahm Puree is also impermanent; and Siva Puree will perish too. SGGS Ang 237.

The state of Shiva, Brahma and Indra - none is permanent. SGGS Ang 214.

Graves, Hindu temples and Mosques be destroyed and that only Eternal, Hari is to be worshiped. That all Vedas, Shashtras and Puranas to be destroyed. Destroy prayer call, circumcision and Quran. In the whole world will roar the Khalsa Panth. Dharma will flourish and all else ‘Dund’ (Hindu and Islam) will disappear.
Guru Gobind Singh Ji - Ugardanti Bani

There is too much corruption in the two religions (Hindu and Islam). The third Panth (Khalsa) is made prominent. The Khalsa Panth is established. Sikh warriors flourish in the world, blue in their wearing. - Ugardanti Bani

The Vedas say that you can search and search for them all, until you grow weary. SGGS Ang 5

They recite the Simritees, the Shaastras and the Vedas, but deluded by doubt, they do not understand the essence of reality. SGGS Ang 114

The Pandits read the Vedas, but they do not obtain the Waheguru's essence. SGGS Ang 128