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Being a sikh can i go to hindu remples or peer baba..because i like to prsy to every god...and i respect them alll

asked 2018-08-29 21:13:18 -0500

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I am a sikh girl..and i love my religion and truly believe in waheguru g...but sometimes i visit peer baba and hindu temples ...is it bad or is it forbidden...i respect all religions

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answered 2018-08-30 21:07:07 -0500

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According to Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji waheguru is pervading everywhere everything belongs to waheguru so if you believe then waheguru is in your heart and he is in every particle so if you don’t believe he is no where. I believe that Sikhism is totally against the rituals practiced by The Hindus or any other religion it is about the meditation on the supreme god and remeberence of him. There is nothing matters in going to Hindus Temple , masjid, church or anywhere if matters that is belief on waheguru. As Guruji says Nothing will go with you except the Name of Hari, Ram or Waheguru. It doesn’t matter where you remember or took his Name only the thing matters is the remembering or meditation on his Name.

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