Punjab (Chandigarh) [India]28th May (ANI): Author Antariksh Singh writes for Khalsa Vox that Gurdwaras are spiritual sanctuaries without any political or extremist agenda and a place where everyone can find solace and gain spiritual wisdom.
Here, Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike can find peace, develop spiritual wisdom and learn about Sikhism’s rich past and customs.
“By maintaining the sanctity of Gurdwaras, communities can ensure that these sacred spaces continue to foster harmony, compassion, and a sense of collective well-being,” the authors said.
Gurdwaras are holy places of Sikh worship and were important spiritual, community and teaching centers of the revered Guru Granth Sahib. These shrines have historically served as beacons of peace, unity and compassion, representing the teachings of the Sikh gurus.
“However, as highlighted in a recent tweet circulating on social media, at the Gurdwara Sikh Center in Frankfurt, Germany, the museum’s glorification of terrorists, such as Khalistan commando chief Parmjit Singh Panjwar, has raised questions about the sanctity and the Gurdwaras. purpose,” Singh said on Khalsa Vox.
He added that it must be emphasized that Gurdwaras should be fully committed to spiritual practices while condemning violations of the teachings of the Sikh gurus.
Gurdwaras are supposed to be spiritual havens free from political or radical agendas. The authors write in Khalsa Vox that by preserving the purity of these holy places, the community can guarantee that the Gurdwaras continue to foster harmony, compassion and a sense of collective well-being. (Arnie)
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