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You seem to ask a lot of questions based on false premises. A false premise is an incorrect proposition that forms the basis of your argument or syllogism. Since the premise is not correct, the conclusion drawn may be in error. For example:

"When did you stop beating your wife?"

Assumption: You beat your wife. If the assumption is false, then the question is irrelevant.

Some Nihangs use bhang (premise) Nihangs follow the rehit of Guru Gobind Singh (premise) Therefore Guru Gobind Singh told his Khalsa to use bhang (conclusion)

Reality: Guru Gobind Singh did not tell his Sikhs to get stoned.

You seem to ask a lot of questions based on false premises. A false premise is an incorrect proposition that forms the basis of your argument or syllogism. Since the premise is not correct, the conclusion drawn may be in error. For example:

"When did you stop beating your wife?"

Assumption: You beat your wife. If the assumption is false, then the question is irrelevant.

Some Nihangs use bhang (premise) Nihangs follow the rehit of Guru Gobind Singh (premise) Therefore Guru Gobind Singh told his Khalsa to use bhang (conclusion)

Reality: Guru Gobind Singh did not tell his Sikhs to get stoned.

stoned. What people did after his death was not always in alignment with what he demonstrated.

Question for you: Why would the Guru ask his Sikhs to do something he himself did not do? After all, he even received the amrit from the hands of his Panj Piyare.

So, you see, you can easily extend your reasoning to show that Guru Gobind Singh was a drug user.

See the problem here?

You seem to ask a lot of questions based on false premises. A false premise is an incorrect proposition that forms the basis of your argument or syllogism. Since the premise is not correct, the conclusion drawn may be in error. For example:

"When did you stop beating your wife?"

Assumption: You beat your wife. If the assumption is false, then the question is irrelevant.

Some Nihangs use bhang (premise) Nihangs follow the rehit of Guru Gobind Singh (premise) Therefore Guru Gobind Singh told his Khalsa to use bhang (conclusion)

Reality: Guru Gobind Singh did not tell his Sikhs to get stoned. What people did after his death was not always in alignment with what he demonstrated.lived and taught.

Question for you: Why would the Guru ask his Sikhs to do something he himself did not do? After all, he even received the amrit himself from the hands of his Panj Piyare.

So, you see, you can easily extend your reasoning to show that Guru Gobind Singh was a drug user.

See the problem here?