This website by its nature has caused an uproar amongst
the narrow minded mainstream Sikhs who are angered due to the vast
amount of scriptural and historical facts presented here. Such so-called
Sikhs are going to great lengths at attempting to ridicule the people
responsible for this website by making accusations of Sanatan Sikhs
being nothing but part of the R.S.S. (a right wing Hindu fundamentalist
political party in India), or by throwing petty insults.
The imagery employed on the website has provoked
an extreme reaction. To such people, we ask these people to read
the Epilogue in
detail before making such rash judgements.
Many Sikh-related discussion forums are alight with
news of this website much to the dismay of pro-S.G.P.C. Sikhs. Some
websites, such as those run by the A.K.J.
have even taken active steps to label www.sarbloh.info
as being 'anti-Sikh' simply because it does not conform to their
British Raj-nurtured Tat-Khalsa Singh Sabia blend of narrow-minded
Other websites (which shall remain nameless for the
moment) have chosen to target the makers of www.sarbloh.info directly,
and label them as being 'Nang' (a derogatory term used for fake
Nihang Singhs) in an attempt to appease thier own ego, or to conduct
their own manhunts to prevent the spread of the information presented
on this website.
Such low level acts are a reflection the sad state
of affairs within certain mainstream Sikhism groups and its followers
which will stoop to any level in order to ensure that their puritanical
narrow-minded version of Sikhism remains in existance, be it against
the principles of the Sanatan Sikh Gurus.
www.sarbloh.info has been designed
to provide information regarding the Sanatan Sikh world, its origins,
heritage, traditions and philosophy. We would like to thank the
many individuals and groups who have assisted in providing information
for this website, and who continue to support us (see Acknowledgements
The creators of this website ask the public at large
to assist in making www.sarbloh.info
a better resource on Sanatan Sikhism and related
topics. To this end, we ask for input from all those who wish to
contribute in its development (please see this section to learn
more as to how you may assist in this venture:
A Humble Request).
For the latest developments, and to stay in touch
with current events regarding www.sarbloh.info
and its related websites, please see the Announcements
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which reveals the world of the traditional Indian Sikh battlefield
combat arts of the Akali Nihang Singh Khalsa.
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