Why Sikhs Shouldn’t Be The Sahib Gurus In Movies Or Animated Movies: Sandeep Singh Teja


October 22, 2019 | By the Sikh Siyasat Office

In recent years, there has been an increase in the tendency to make films about Sikh Guru Sahib. Although the personification of Sikh gurus is prohibited in Gurmat, the tendency to make films about Sikh gurus results in a violation of Sikh principles and principles.

Samvad, a discussion board, hosted a discussion on “The Personification of Sikh Gurus in Films and Sikh Principles” at Sangrur on July 28, 2019. Sikh activist Sandeep Singh Teja, Ajaypal Singh Brar and Dr Sewak Singh have shared their views at this event. . This is the video of Sandeep Singh Teja’s speech.

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