"Gurdwara is actually open for all.There has been some murders of Sikh people in Phillipines probably leading to this policy for safety reasons.Please contact any Sikh or Gurdwara official about your genuine interest in Sikhism. They will be happy to…"
"It all depends on him how he views his commitment to Amrit! Best is always to always have same religion for sake of kids & their spiritual education.There are many Sindhi people who practice both Hinduism & Sikhism in their own special…"
Thanks Kirpal Singh Ji and yes there are handful of Hindu converts to Sikhism in Uttar Pradesh but most of them are poor and illiterate. I have personally met them in the city of Allahabd. Their relations with Punjabi Sikhs are quite good but unfortunately still they are a neglected lot, nothing concrete has been done to uplift them, though they have built up their own Gurdwara also but no outside help from any Sikh organisation. Sikhs don't have any missionary to proselytize their faith and Punjabi Sikhs today themselves are in worst trouble in Punjab because their own house is in disarray, today its too difficult to find a Saabat Soorat Sikh in Punjab so one cannot expect from non-Sikhs to embrace Sikhism. The general impression in India is Sikhism is meant only for the Punjabis and the hard fact is 99.99% of Sikhs found in India are Punjabis.