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Lohri is a Hindu festival, it has nothing to do with Sikhism. But Indian Sikhs have been celebrating Lohri along with the North Indian Hindus for centuries. Similarly the festival of Rakhi is purely a Hindu tradition but Punjabi Sikhs along with the Hindus have been celebrating the festival of Rakhi for centuries.

Since almost all the Indian Punjabi Sikhs have had Hindu Punjabi ancestors, so the Hindu traditions have continued since their forefathers got converted to Sikhism.

For the Indian Punjabi Sikhs residing worldwide, Punjabi traditions are much more important to them than the traditions of Sikhism and that is the main reason behind as to why Punjabi Sikhs failed to propagate their faith amongst the non-Punjabis and Sikhism even after 546 years of existence has remained a Punjabi faith only.

So, Sikhism is purely an ethnic Punjabi religion. It cannot be called a global religion at all.

Lohri is a Hindu festival, it has nothing to do with Sikhism. But Indian Sikhs have been celebrating Lohri along with the North Indian Hindus for centuries. Similarly the festival of Rakhi is purely a Hindu tradition but Punjabi Sikhs along with the Hindus have been celebrating the festival of Rakhi for centuries.

Since almost all the Indian Punjabi Sikhs have had Hindu Punjabi ancestors, so the Hindu traditions have continued since their forefathers got converted to Sikhism.

For the Indian Punjabi Sikhs residing worldwide, Punjabi traditions are much more important to them than the traditions of Sikhism and that is the main reason behind as to why Punjabi Sikhs failed to propagate their faith amongst the non-Punjabis and Sikhism even after 546 years of existence has remained a Punjabi faith only.

So, Sikhism is purely an ethnic Punjabi religion. It cannot be called a global religion at all.

all because 99.99% of the worldwide Sikhs have Punjabi roots.

Sikhs be it residing in the U.S Canada, Britain, Malaysia or in any part of the globe holding passport of the respective countries but the fact remains their origin remains the tiny Indian Province of Punjab.

Lohri is a Hindu festival, it has nothing to do with Sikhism. But Indian Sikhs have been celebrating Lohri along with the North Indian Hindus for centuries. Similarly the festival of Rakhi is purely a Hindu tradition but Punjabi Sikhs along with the Hindus have been celebrating the festival of Rakhi for centuries.

Since almost all the Indian Punjabi Sikhs have had Hindu Punjabi ancestors, so the Hindu traditions have continued since their forefathers got converted to Sikhism.

For the Indian Punjabi Sikhs residing worldwide, Punjabi traditions are much more important to them than the traditions of Sikhism and that is the main reason behind as to why Punjabi Sikhs failed to propagate their faith amongst the non-Punjabis and Sikhism even after 546 years of existence has remained a Punjabi faith only.

So, Sikhism is purely an ethnic Punjabi religion. It cannot be called a global religion at all because 99.99% of the worldwide Sikhs have Punjabi roots.

Sikhs be it residing in the U.S Canada, Britain, Malaysia or in any part of the globe holding passport of the respective countries but the fact remains is their origin remains the tiny Indian Province of Punjab.

Lohri is a Hindu festival, it has nothing to do with Sikhism. But Indian Sikhs have been celebrating Lohri along with the North Indian Hindus for centuries. Similarly the festival of Rakhi is purely a Hindu tradition but Punjabi Sikhs along with the Hindus have been celebrating the festival of Rakhi for centuries.

Since almost all the Indian Punjabi Sikhs have had Hindu Punjabi ancestors, so the Hindu traditions have continued since their forefathers got converted to Sikhism.

For the Indian Punjabi Sikhs residing worldwide, Punjabi traditions are much more important to them than the traditions of Sikhism and that is the main reason behind as to why Punjabi Sikhs failed to propagate their faith amongst the non-Punjabis and Sikhism even after 546 years of existence has remained a Punjabi faith only.

So, Sikhism is purely an ethnic Punjabi religion. It cannot be called a global religion at all because 99.99% of the worldwide Sikhs have Punjabi roots.

Sikhs be it residing in the U.S Canada, Britain, Malaysia or in any part of the globe holding passport of the respective countries but the fact is their origin remains the tiny Indian Province of Punjab.

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