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Wednesday, 15 September 2010

LATEST ATTACK ON SIKHISM BY THE RSS - SHOCKING VIDEOS & PICTURES









http://www.panthic.org/articles/5293 ATTACK ON SIKHISM BY HINDUTVA RSS
**Shocking New Pics/Video Of How The RSS Is Destroying & Attacking
Sikhism In An Effort To Merge Sikhism In To The Hindutva Fold.A Mock Up
Of Sri Harmandar Sahib,The Sarovar,Was Made & Kirtan Sung Alongside
Hindu Idols & Other Anti Gurmat Practices ...** SHOCKING V
IDEOS HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgcy4c_ylYE&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t79U8HnWiX0&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCcOWx7mLWU



SRI DARBAR SAHIB MOCK-UP IN SOUTH INDIA OFFENDS SIKHS



Mock up of Sri Darbar Sahib with Hindu Idols in the city of Nashik

NASHIK, MAHARASHTRA - Before the Singh Sabha renaissance, in the late 19th century, puja and worshipping of Hindu idols at Sikh Gurdwaras was a common site – even the sacred Sri Darbar Sahib Harmandir Sahib complex was not spared at that time. Could the same situation re-occur? Possibly, but in another slightly twisted manner.

Commenting on this phenomenon , the famous British historian Max Arthur Macauliffe, concluded that Hinduism was like “the boa constrictor of the Indian forests” and when “petty enemy appears to worry it, it winds round its opponent, crushes it in its folds, and finally causes it to disappear in its capacious interior....Hinduism has embraced Sikhism in its folds; the still comparatively young religion is making a vigorous struggle for life, but its ultimate destruction is, it is apprehended, inevitable without State support."

The clever Brahmins in the form of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Vishva Hindu Parishad and other right-wing Hindu lobbies have since discovered that if they cannot successfully install of Hindu deities inside Sikh Gurdwaras, they would instead build their own “Sikh Gurdwaras” inside Hindu complexes. This is in line with their belief that they recognize Sikhs as part of the greater Hindu pantheon.

Mock up of Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar

Recently, a Sikh organization, Young Sikh Leaders (YSL), filed a complaint to Sri Akal Takht Sahib regarding a mock-up replica that was created of Sri Darbar Sahib Harmandir Sahib in the central Indian city of Nashik (Nasik) in which large Hindu statutes of Ganesh (Ganpati) were installed at a makeshift “parkarma” and parkash of the Sacred Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji has been done inside the “Darbar Sahib”, complete with Sikh Ragis and Granthis performing keertan “seva” as in the real Harmandir Sahib.


The idea of this entire arrangement is to mock and mimic the look and feel of Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar under the control of idol worshipping Brahmins. This is not the first time either. One wonders why the sacred Sri Darbar Sahib of the Sikhs is always made the target by these people. There are never reports of anyone setting up mock ups of Mecca or Medina, or of the Vatican.

According to YSL, this has been going on for the last four to five years, and the local Sikh community has turned a blind eye to all this and does not seem to be bothered with the ongoing beadbi of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and violation of the Sikh code of conduct which specifically forbids the performing of non-Sikh rituals and the installation of idols.

Similar Beadbi Cases on the Rise

Similar cases of intentionally intermixing of Sikh and Hindu rituals and traditions are occurring all over India and abroad, including the now infamous Nij Thao Mandir of Lachman Chela Ram. Recently it was discovered that around two thousand five hundred (2,500) Sacred Saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib were found torn-up, and soaking in filthy sewerage water at a warehouse owned by Lachman Chela Ram. Not too long ago, similar a mock of Sri Darbar Sahib was also created at Park Circus in Calcutta. Hindu idols were installed inside this complex also.


A model of Sri Darbar Sahib Replica at Park Circus Calcutta, complete with Hindu idols


Sri Akal Takht Sahib and the local Sikh community need to be more vigilant about these ongoing sacrileges and stern action against the perpetrators. Otherwise to allow the continuation of such practices will further infuse into Sikhism the very Brahmin practices our Guru Sahibans condemned – and scholars like Macauliffe’s forewarned over one hundred years ago.

View report on above incident by: Young Sikh Leaders organization.

Also see: 21st Century Sanatan Challenges to Sikhi and it’s Identity

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Dal Khalsa cautions Akal Takht head on VHP attempt to drag Sikhs in Ram Mandir dispute

Monday, 13 September 2010

HOSHIARPUR: In the backdrop of the Vishav Hindu Parishad (VHP) president meeting Jathedar Akal Takht and CM Parkash Singh Badal to seek Sikh support for raising Ram Mandir at Ayodhya, the Dal Khalsa Monday asked the Sikh leadership to remain aloof from Mandir-Masjid dispute.

In a statement party head H S Dhami, general secretary Dr Manjinder Singh and spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh criticized VHP for dragging Sikhs in their religious feud. The lobbying by VHP head Ashok Singhal with top Sikh leadership must be seen with suspicion, said they.

Recently, threatening letters were dropped in the houses of valley Sikhs aiming to sow the seeds of discard between Sikhs and Muslims. And now VHP asking Sikh support for erecting the Mandir on the disputed land reflects the similar design, they alleges.

Urging the Sikh leadership to tread cautiously, they said being minority community it' not in the interest of Sikhs to be seen doing any harm to another minority, which like them (Sikhs) has also faced the desecration of their religious places. Moreover, by maintaining an equal distance from Mandir-Masjid controversy, we would not only dispel all misconceptions and notions spread by RSS that Sikhs are part of Hindus but also re-establish that Sikhs are separate and independent people.

We stand for warm and cordial relations with all be it Hindu, Muslim, Christian, they said. However, the Sikhs canât afford to side with demolishers of Babri Masjid, notwithstanding SAD alliance with the BJP.

They took a serious note of remarks made by Canadian MP Ujjal Dosanjh in which he tried to malign the Sikh youth residing in Canada by accusing them of nurturing Khalistani ideology. The tone and tenor of the Ujjal Dosanjh was similar to that of Indiaâs MEA officials who during PM Dr Manmohan Singhâs visit to US and Canada publicly accused Canadian Sikhs of enhancing Khalistani activities. By his uncalled and unfounded remarks made on Indian soil, Mr Dosanjh has tried to appease Indian establishment to extract undue favours for him.

Dal Khalsa leaders came down heavily on Punjab government for its maltreatment towards jobless ETT teachers. Everyday they were being beaten, humiliated and insulted by 'll-powerful' police giving an impression that Punjab is still a police state, where there was no place for democratic protests.



Dal Khalsa, Canadian MP's castigated Ujjal Dosanjh for denouncing Canadian Sikh youth

Monday, 13 September 2010

HOSHIARPUR: The Dal Khalsa took a serious note of reported remarks of Canadian MP Ujjal Dosanjh in which he tried to malign the image of Canadian Sikh youth in order to appease Indian authorities.

Party head H S Dhami, general secretary Dr Manjinder Singh and spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said, the tone and tenor of the Ujjal Dosanjh was similar to that of India’s MEA officials who during PM Dr Manmohan Singh’s visit to Canada and US publicly denounced Canadian Sikhs for enhancing Khalistani activities.

"By his uncalled and unfounded remarks made on Indian soil, Dosanjh has tried to appease Indian establishment to extract undue favours for him", they observed.

Canadian MP Sukhminder Singh Dhaliwal said that Dosanjh comments on Sikh millitancy were unfounded and baseless. "The Sikh youth in Canada is working towards building a golden future for Sikh community", he added.

Bhupinder Malhi of South Asian Review, coming down heavily on Dosanjh said that his reamrks would create division among Sikh community.

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