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what does katha mean

asked 2013-04-23 09:20:08 -0500

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waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh

when i listen to katha i reallise that we kind of show the other casts or religions infirior ...like for example, saying hinduhs do moortie poojha ( soory if i wrote that wrong) and we say thats bad in some way...and the guruji forbade moortie poojah.And that they dont see that god can be somewhere else than a statue or picture. in my opinion its wrong of us to critisies the way others pray ...i dont know if they are right or wrong. i belive that every religion has there own way to pray and they all have a good way to pray.

please and thank you waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh

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answered 2013-04-26 13:52:02 -0500

akalinihungsingh gravatar image

God is everywhere in moorti also....Pittah ji said ...ghat ghat meh har ju basseh....like pittah ji said going to have dip your body in religious ponds never save you ....if you are dirty inside no water can make you pure from inside...akalpurakh want love...love is the thing which make a moorti alive ....a true love ...like mariyada is made to walk on the path but if a person only have mariyada and hate hindus and muslims,moortis ...then is he called as sikhs...no ...pittah ji gave us a ideology ....that akalpurakh is not in moortis....its in everywhere......one one can preach religion....akallllllllllll

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answered 2013-04-23 19:57:37 -0500

Danish Singh gravatar image

Katha is just a form of preaching of the Sikh faith. Wether or not other religions are shone inferior is entirely dependant on the kathavachak. All of them don't have the same views.

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