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Re: Re: Re: Gay Sikh!
It`s funny how you tried to make your blood thirst meat eating mind make a caring and insightful post to the homosexual, but you ended up calling me a FAG. Before you start giving opinions of other peoples homophobia,maybe you should address your own. Maybe your the right person to ask though, you do love to eat meat. What authority can you be on human behaviour, when you cannot understand the meaning of atma. Spread that around the mosque, when you sit down at your halal dinners.
I like slandering people? haha, right. You are the one who insults other religions to feel better about your own. Your the YOUNG fellow, that thinks his knowledge can outdue the thousands of years of previous knowledge. Look at yourself before you judge others.
Think about this logically for a second, and stop being idealistic. First, what the point of getting a sikh marriage if sikhi doesnt accept it. You need to find out first whether its accepted or not.
Yes, it is two souls being unionifed, but the legistics of how sikh weddings are carried out are only meant for a man and woman.
The reht maryada says that no thought should be given to the persons caste, race or lineage. I would bet that our Guru`s believed this was a man and woman issue, and not the same sex.
Secondly, about the marriage, HOW WOULD YOU DO THIS?
For example, the kurmai, usually when the brides family comes to the males family for kirtan. The male gives the female sweets and indian suits, where the female gives the man the kirpan, and sweets.
In the braat, the man is supposed to arrive to the gurdwara on a horse or elephant, an old sikh tradition, and is greeted by the brides family.
During the Milni, the male gives of prashad to the females family with his own hands.
The groom is to wait for the females arrival while listening to kirtan. This has no expception. I dont know the actually meaning, but I know the male must be there before the female.
During the actual cermony, the father of the BRIDE is supposed to place the chunni worn by the male over his should in his daughters hand, SIGNIFYING THAT SHE CAN NOW LEAVE HIS LIFE AND CARE INTO THE MANS
Dont even get me started on the Lavans, how the heck are you supposed to get through that?
Who leads the walk around the Guru Granth Shaib Ji, supposed to be the male.
This is just everything surrounding the actual ceremony. It is hard pressured to find a way WITHOUT ONE OF YOU TWO PERFORMING THE FEMALES DUTIES.
If your not going to abide by the rules of a sikh wedding, then whats the point of getting a sikhi wedding, your gonna be kidding yourself.
Your putting a western and testament ideology into an eastern and dharmic philsopohy. You speech as a man with an idea, than as a man with a plan, which is only going to leave you confused.
I really dont know the answer to this question, so maybe you can answer it .
Why do you NEED to get married. Equal rights as other couples? Who takes whos name? I just understand the legistics of how you intend to keep it sikhi, make it recognized in Austrialia and not comprimise your lifestyle.
Your gonna need to make a choice.....