The author next tries to dispel the prejudices held by many non-Muslims against their Muslim compatriots by giving down-to-earth examples. He also emphasizes the importance of the Ramzaan fast.
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The End of India. On India. India An Introduction. Product description Product Description Instead of entering into a pointless debate on whether or not God exists, it is more important to bear in mind that belief in the existence of God has little bearing on making a person a good or a bad citizen. Khushwant Singh is Indias best known writer and columnist. His nonfiction includes the classic two volume A History of the Sikhs, a number of translations and works on Sikh religion and culture, Delhi, nature, current affairs and Urdu poetry.
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Khushwant Singh. Guru Nanak rejected all institutionalized religion years ago, but today the 'followers' of Guru Nanak have fallen into the very same trap of Hindu-Muslim superstitions and sectarianism which go directly counter to the Guru's teachings. Only thing "organized" about Sikh religion is Guru Granth Sahib, other than it rejects every dogma offered by other religions.http://hostmaster.chodaugia.com.vn/overcoming-shyness-in-children.php
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To think that Khushwant Singh offers anything new or novel is ridiculous. Khushwant Singh is a reputed writer, with due regards. If we take a little time to read and understand our own Guru Granth, then we don't need to rely on the interpretations of God or religion from others. Here is a self portrait of man who is both detested and loved at the same time. His self perpetuated image of a drinking man and his imaginary sexual escapades are deliberately nurtured because they sell in the Indian market. How many of us can answer Sheikh Farid's call?
Look underneath your own collar instead. They regularly gulp cough mixture by the gallon that has alcohol in it. Let's instead look at the good work done by Khushwant Singh. His opus "History of Sikhs" remains an outstanding work and so do his renderings of gurbani into chaste English. I know for sure that the lessons he learnt in the lap of his mother would never have gone awry. I remember when an eminent visiting preacher said of his village, "What can I preach here?
Like him, we too should simply learn from others, instead of finding fault. The voracity of the Gurus' views regarding those who do not believe in God is pretty clear: Guru Arjan - "Without meditating in remembrance on the Lord, one's life is like that of a snake.
This is how the faithless cynic lives, forgetting the Naam, the Name of the Lord. Like the crow's beak, he dwells in manure.
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The faithless cynic is nameless, like the prostitute's son. The faithless cynic barks out his lies, and his face is blackened. The faithless cynic wanders around in polluted places.
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The greedy, faithless cynic falls into entanglements. The faithless cynic is wretched, without family or social standing. Compare the actions of this man to those of Bhai Balwant Singh.
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