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A Non-Muslim cannot go to Mecca, a
Non Hindu cannot go to various
Hindu temples Like Shabrimala, where
even Hindu women are also not
allowed. There are many Churches
across where non Christians are not
allowed. In many synagogues non
Jews are not allowed as they are
consider dirty and filthy.
But Sikhism doesn't discriminate
against anyone. The place where
Guru Granth Sahib stays has its
doors open to anyone anytime,
nobody is stopped from entering the
place where Sri Guru Granth Sahib
stays.
Proud to be a member of a religion
which in true sense universal and
pluralistic, which preaches, universal
peace, brotherhood and love between
the entire human kind. Share it as
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Dhillon

Dhillon Sa'aB™
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I am just saying that its the people who discriminate, religion is not at fault.

And I don't like to fault other religions to prove our better. It just isn't a Sikh's principle.

A Non-Muslim cannot go to Mecca, a
Non Hindu cannot go to various
Hindu temples Like Shabrimala, where
even Hindu women are also not
allowed. There are many Churches
across where non Christians are not
allowed. In many synagogues non
Jews are not allowed as they are
consider dirty and filthy.
 

Dhillon

Dhillon Sa'aB™
Staff member
I thought it was popular knowledge :)

[SIZE=-1]Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib with his entire family reached Amritsar (about November, 1664) to pay obeisance at Harmandir Sahib, but the ministers of the holy place shut its doors against him and he was not allowed to enter. Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib did not pressed or forced his entry but returned calmly and reached Kiratpur Sahib via Vallah, Khandur Sahib, Goindwal Sahib, Tarn Taran Sahib, Khem karan. Before reaching Kiratpur, he also visited Talwandi Saboke, Banger and Dhandaur. It is to be noted that wherever Guru Sahib went, there he established new Manjis (preaching centres of Sikhism). Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib reached Kiratpur Sahib in May 1665.
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Guru Tegh Bahadur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
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