Insult of Sikh Saroop by Colors TV channel

By 21st January 2017 0 Comments

Here is another incident of Beadvi and Insult of Sikh Saroop in Indian TV Serials. This time the serial name is Shakti Ehsas Ki. In this TV Serial, A Man looks like Sikh was called Pandit by one character of the Serial. And secondly Man who is playing Sikh character is Asking to wear Mangla Suter to Bahu of the Drama. There is no significance of Mangla Sutra in Sikhism.

Its notable Indian TV serial producers for deliberately hurting religious sentiments of Sikhs to gain cheap publicity just before the release of movies or serials.
RSS and some Hindu Radical organizations are planning from Long time to show that the Sikhs are Hindus. As they did with with Buddhism and Jainism.
Sikhs are not hindus. Sikhism was founded by Sri Guru Nanak Sahib ji. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji was born in a Hindu family but he never adopted Hindu religion. On the other hand he rejected Hinduism and its rituals. He refused to wear Janeo (a thread which is sacred to the Hindus).
For a Hindu Janeo is obligatory (though most of the Hindus have forsaken it now). Mohammed, the founder of Islam, was born in a Quraishi family. He founded Islam and rejected the religion of the Quraishi Arabians. It will be wrong to call Islam as a branch of old Arabian religious belief. Moses, the founder of Judaism, was born in a family which worshipped idols. Moses rejected idol worship. Christ was born to Jewish parents. No one will define Christianity as an offshoot of Judaism. Similarly, Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji, though born to Hindu parents, founded a distinct religion. It is ignorance (or conspiracy) to call Sikhism as an offshoot of Hinduism. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib had proclaimed in unequivocal words that the Sikhs are “neither Hindus nor Muslims” (na ham Hindu na Musalman).

Sikhism is an independent religion. It does not have roots in any other religion or ideology. Like Hinduism, it is not mere ritualistic way of life. It has no superiority of any special caste, class, country colour or gender. Sikhism does not consider this world as unreal; of course it is Maya (illusion). It advocates oneness of spiritual and temporal domains. In Sikhism the king is a spiritual humanitarian ruler. Sikhism teaches non-attachment for the worldly things. On the other hand, Hinduism is a conglomeration of paradoxical concepts and teachings.

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