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Views on Khalistan?

asked 2015-10-21 14:58:20 -0600

Karam_Singh_Rooprai gravatar image

Wjkk wjkf I just wanted to see different views on khalistan from a sikh community

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answered 2015-10-21 15:55:10 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

updated 2015-11-04 01:58:48 -0600

The concept of Khalistan makes Sikhs an easy target for politicians and police alike. Because in that way we are classified as "terrorists."

This all comes from Khalsa not realizing that we are a sovereign spiritual nation. It is only when we all stop fighting and arguing with each other that the Panth can unite. It is not about land. It is about unity.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave us sovereignty. We do not need to ask it or take it from any earthly government. It is already ours.

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answered 2015-11-28 23:29:54 -0600

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A true Khalistani is someone who is pure, someone who can govern themselves. We need our own military to protect innocent people, not for pride.

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answered 2015-11-29 06:30:28 -0600

Bhagat Singh gravatar image

updated 2015-11-29 06:33:03 -0600

We need to understand Guru Gobind Singh's command, that the granth and the panth are the guru after him.

Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Sri Guru Khalsa Panth Sahib Ji are the current gurus that means and will be for all times. They're the living embodiment of Guru Nanak Dev Ji's light.

In 1986, a Sarbat Khalsa declared Khalistan. The Sarbat Khalsa is the official decesion of the Sri Guru Khalsa Panth Sahib Ji, and thus it is gurus hukam, and whatever previous ideas we had about Khalistan, we need to treat all Sarbat Khalsa decesions as if they were spoken by the mouth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji (because essentially thats true).

Plus, we are clearly unwanted in Hindustan politically and socially. Do you really think the Khalsa in the form of a nation would be bad so as long as guruji gives kirpaa, which according to the Sarbat Khalsa he has.

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