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In an ideal world knowledge should be allowed to freely spread across any medium. However, particularly in recent times, individuals and groups have exploited aspects of Sikh history and tradition to promote their own personal beliefs and/or agendas.

Today, individuals and modern groups even stoop as low as to misinterpret Gurbani to promote their own agendas, undermining centuries of study of Sikh scripture by traditions whose lineage of teaching and le

Such actions have particularly damaged the Nihang Singh community and led to many misconceptions arising which traces back to the Sikh Gurus.

amongst the masses. It has also resulted in attempted hijacks of the Nihang Singh movement by groups who dismiss or exploit historical traditions of the Nihang Singhs.

As such it is necessary that the knowledge on this website be protected from such perversions. Therefore, no content in any format may be stored, copied or reproduced in any way without the prior written consent of info@budhadal.org

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