- Feb 23, 2009
Why not take the date as 1752 ? Why 1750 ?
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Har Krishan (the next Guru) was his son; after him, Tegh Bahadur became the Guru.12.
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He protected the forehead mark and sacred thread (of the Hindus)which marked a great event in the kali age.
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For the sake of saints, he laid down his head without even a sigh.13.
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For the sake of Dharma, he sacrificed himself. He laid down his head but not his creed.
So for the sake of argument,
Lets say all Sikh sources are lies, and invented except Bachitar Natak. And Kashmiris never came to Guru Tegh Bahadur.
It quite clearly says that Guru Tegh Bahadur gave up his life for the sake of the Pandits to wear Tilak and Janeu.
Now, to counter your assertion
1. Sikhs couldn't save the Hindus because their Gurus couldn't save themselves, has been directly contradicted by Guru Gobind Singh
2. Brahmins were the bulwark against Islam has also been proven false. The Sikh Guru did give up his life to save Brahmins.
So either you are a liar or Guru Gobind Singh is a liar.
Let us stop here and accept that you are a bigot.Let us stop here and accept that it was later story spread by some people otherwise, it would have been mentioned at length.
There is one passage which is open to many interpretation and far from being satisfactory.
You have called Sikhism an Islamic Sect, Quasiabhramic sect, and a warrior cult. Laughed at their claims, rubbished Sikh sources, and have questioned the character of Sikh Gurus.
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