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Yes some questions are based on local politics nothing to do with partition. Killings of innocent Sikhs and Muslims was done due to the BLUNDERS of Akali leader for 40 years Tara Singh (master). For details type on You Yube,'sikh genocide 1947' and Blunders of Tara Singh. Guru Gobind Singh ji maharaj gave his kalgi to baba Sangat Singh ji. These people are very brave they have flighted against mugal Punjab, India with Guru Gobind Singh ji maharaj. People who believe in castes system they are not Sikh. Jiyo dar ji. Assin saare Khatree ate Jatt tuhade magar fuddu japde han Nitin Kataria. Jujharsingh Jujhar good bhaji jatpat krn vala banda rab da banda ni hunda baki seasat ny marlia hind dy 2toty v shiasat ny kity Exploring History of Punjab. Some reason you can't come under it,at least walk along Ravidassia dharma for your chosen destiny with dignity and respect. JAI GURU DEV. I Jas 6 ? ? Jatt karke dharm na chaddo, apne hak lai lado ahmadiya muslim wang. Only Guru Granth Sahib recognised the whole human race as one. ikhism is perfect but sadly casteism is prevalent bcz of some fools who do not understand sikhi. Bhagat ravidass was a great saint and man of God. ut we should not forget Guru Granth sahib which is above all and the guiding light which has Bani of Bhagat Ravidass.

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