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Converted sikh marrying a born sikh

asked 2015-05-17 17:33:21 -0500

Kammmm gravatar image

So all my life I have been confused on how it was and what's the reason for humans excisiting etc. and I've always wanted to believe in something which now I am 100% I am going to convert to Sikhism because it's the one that has stuck out to me. I have a problem though, I'm a mixed race lad who is half Pakistani and half white and I'm now in love with a born sikh girl, I know that there would not be a problem us being together and marrying because I will be a sikh but my family isn't sikh, would her family consider that a problem and will not let me marry her? We are both deeply in love and do want a future together but at the minute this is in our way and we cannot get anywhere. It is highly appreciated if you answer my question as I am really stuck on what to do :(

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answered 2015-05-18 11:28:07 -0500

Guruka Singh gravatar image

Every marriage faces tests and trials. If your heart is pure and your relationship with your Guru is real and imminent, then your devotion will carry you through. Living as a Sikh is an affair of the heart, not the head. It's not about "believing in Sikhi" it's about living it. There's a big difference between calling yourself a Sikh and living Sikhi. This is all about your sincincerity, not your prospective in-laws.

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