are the ancestry of Sikhs still changing to keshgarh Sahib like it was in the times of guru Gobind Singh Ji?
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At least in India, non-Sikhs are no more interested in embracing Sikhism though the people of the Hindu faith do visit the Gurdwaras including Keshgarh Sahib. Hindus in India do respect Sikhs a lot, the reason Sikhs and Hindus have been living in India like brothers for centuries. Indian Sikhs' ancestors were mainly Hindus but today leave apart Hindus even those Sikhs who are born in Punjabi families are no longer interested in maintaining their outer identity hence Khande di Pahul is a big big expectation.
Asked: 2017-03-03 07:29:48 -0500
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Last updated: Mar 04