पाकिस्तान से आए हिन्दू शरणार्थियों की समस्याएं भारत में आने के बाद खत्म नहीं होती, सिर्फ अपना रूप बदल देती है। इस भाग में हिंदू सिंह सोढाजी, हमे इन भयंकर समस्याओं से अवगत कराएंगे। सुनिए मार्क किनरा के साथ उनका ये वार्तालाप।
Born in a Hindu Punjabi family, Ashok Singh, a retired professional based in
Delhi, found his calling in Sikhism. He converted and is now an amrit-dhari Sikh. On behalf of Lokmaanya, I spoke to him, what led him to embrace Sikhism, and his life and experiences post the change.
Analysing the scenario at home – India, the situation is no different. The long-awaited aim of the supporters of Hindutva ideology of bringing Ram-Raj in the country turning it into a Hindu-nation or Hindu-Rashtra is thriving on people’s emotion.
There are Gurudwaras in other parts of Baluchistan like – Dera Bugti, Dera Murad Jamali, Dera Allahyar, Usta Muhammad, Sibi, Lehri and Hub. Though the numbers of Sikhs in Baluchistan run into few hundreds, Sikhism here has been kept alive by Hindu Gur-Sikhs.
I had been to cities like Hong Kong which offer every possible aspect of modern, comfortable and exciting life but what Kashi offered was unique and even though I knew that I could never live in a city like Varanasi, I had gotten attached to the place.
For a mainstream tourist like myself, Sarnath has a lot to offer. Chaukhandi Stuppa, Dhamek Stuppa, Tibetan Temple, The Big Buddha statue, not to mention the Ashok Stambha are all packed into this one place.