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SIKHISM : RELIGION OR MASS EDUCATION
Rajbinder Singh Khalsa
Nowadays a lot have been said of schools, colleges, teachers and
and printed about Sikh religion trainers.
becoming the fifth largest religion At the age of 10, Guru Nanak (Guru Nanak, pg-6, SGGS)
of the world. Most of the refused to wear janeu (cotton All humanity is supreme
preachers today are delivering thread) and follow the orders of religion. Whoever wins his own
sermons of Sikhism being the his father. Was he wrong in taking mind, wins the world.
different kind of religion than all a stand against his own father and Further studying the Sri Guru
other religions. Some Sikh useless rituals? Where does he Granth Sahib ji it becomes
schools of thought have printed got the courage to do so? We obvious that Gurbani is against
literature describing ethics of Sikh know he was studying both Indian the concept of religions as religion
religion ( ) and how Guru and western literature in divide people and create hatred.
Nanak started Sikh religion. The childhood. He implied the Truth in The word Sikh-Dharma is first
Sikh code of conduct ( practicality which he came to mentioned in books of Sikh
) issued by SGPC doesn't know through studying. This took History which are written in later
says anything about Sikh religion him to higher truths and ultimately half 19th century when British
but in definition of a Sikh it says a to the supreme Truth. We didn't come to power after the felling of
Sikh is one who don't believe in have the courage to do such the empire of Maharaja Ranjit
any other religion. things so we end up suffering. Its Singh. Most of these writers of
While trying to find the true a fact that if we speak truth and Sikh history were loyal to British
identity of a Sikh and concept of imply it in our lives, our family has crown except for few writers like
Sikh religion, a thought struck my to support us sooner or later. G.W. Leitner who wrote the Truth.
mind that why not ask the one and
only true teacher of humanity, Sri
Guru Granth Sahib ji. I was (Guru Nanak, pg-3,SGGS)
awestruck to find that the words
The one who implies true
Sikh and Dharma () never
knowledge in his life, doesn't get
appears together in Sri Guru
involved in ritualistic worshipping 5 13
Granth Sahib ji. Wherever the
(religion). The one who implies (Guru Nanak. Pg-19. SGGS)
word Dharma appears in Gurbani
true knowledge in his life, keeps
it always means Righteousness Indulging in every pleasure is
relation with righteousness.
(). The correct choice between futile. Corrupted are all ways of
It was obvious that curiosity beautification. Unless the word
right and wrong, good and bad,
aroused to find out how the has pierced, how can you become
truth, and lie is Dharma. This
meaning of the word Dharma dignified in Gurdwara.
correct choice can be made
changed to religion. Wikipedia
with true knowledge from true O Nanak, Praiseworthy is the
says that the word RELIGION got
Guru. spouse, who is in love with
recognition in 17th century when
Usually we make choices husband Lord.
British started their expansion and
based on the knowledge we get = teacher, knowledge,
created a policy to rule the whole
from our parents, friends and education.
world. The words Sikhism,
social life of others. Today, media = doorway, passage.
Buddhism, Hinduism etc come
like TV and Internet (social media)
to existence in 19th century. It is Literally the meaning of
have the larger effect on our
easy to rule people when they are Gurdwara is passage to
minds. The question is that if our
divided into groups with Education, doorway to knowledge,
parents, friends and media knows
contradictory views. teachers door.
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In the book "History of people who didn't sent their So basically what our Guru
indigenous education in the children to school, get punished. Sahiban started was the most
Punjab" written by G.W. Leitner in But the whole seen changed after advanced mass education system
1882 C. E., he says that the whole East India company acceded to of that time. But ironically the
of North India which was then power. They burned down all book system of the Gurdwaras as we
Punjab, including the areas now in libraries, which were present in see today is the carbon copy the
Pakistan was the most educated each and every village of Punjab. ritualistic worshipping places
place on Earth at that time. He The Indian priests helped the which existed prior to Guru
further says that every Mandir, British in doing so, as they were Sahiban.
Gurdwara and Masjid in that area most affected by this education Now onus lies with today's
was a education centre of formal system. They had to shut their preachers to show the correct
Education. This pattern of mass shop of ritualistic worshipping path to current generation of Sikh
education was started by Guru because common people got youth which is in accordance with
Sahiban. Prior to that only children educated. the ethos of Gurbani. From the
of affluent or powerful families The writer himself was British oldest recorded Gurbani of Baba
used to get proper education, so yet he wrote against the British Sheikh Farid (10th century) to
that to keep the power to rule apathy. That's why he didn't get Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib ji (17th
within their family. But Guru much recognition. And today we century), all Guru Sahiban and
Sahiban changed that with their Sikhs teach our children the Bhakt Sahiban have a common
intellectual thinking. history which was written by the agenda in their Bani (words of
The writer says that during the hired writers of East India wisdom) of getting the whole
reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the company and the priests. humanity educated.

SIKH BROTHERS SAVE A WOMAN FROM DROWING BY USING THEIR TURBAN


Two Sikh brothers, Gurdeep mann and Bhadra Mann,
recently saved the life of a woman whom they found drowing
in Hanumangarh area of Rajasthan.
The duo was heading to a nearby market when they
saw a woman jumping into the water stream near Sadul
Branch of Sangria- Bharatpur road.
Though they tried to shout and stop her from jumping, it
was too late and by the time they reached her, she was
already in the water.
The duo immediately took their Turban (Dastaar or Pagri)
off and threw it in the water so as to save her.
Unfortunately, the woman was not able to hold of the turban for long and soon lost her hold on it. The
brothers, thus raised alarm to attract people, while using the same turban to get in the water.
While the people held on to one end of the Pagri, the brothers used the other end to get in the water and
grab hold of the woman.
The crowed then pulled them out and rushed the woman to a nearby hospital. They later informed the local
police, who are now investigating the matter.
The brothers, later said that for them woman's life was worth more than was the only thing they could do to
save her life.
The woman is currently in hospital and undergoing treatment. Her reasons for jumping in the water stream
is not yet known.
This is not the first time that Sikh men have used their turbans to save lives, back in 2015 a group of Sikh
men had used their Dastaar to save many people from drowing in Punjab.

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