"Mahan tantric", Yogi Bhajan's wife Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Puri leads western SikhNet kundalini yoga followers in Hindu pujas & anti-Sikh activities!!

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Sunday, June 30, 2013, 15:26 (3071 days ago) @ Gursant Singh

Why is Yogi Bhajan 's wife leading western SikhNet kundalini yoga followers in Hindu pujas ? This photo is further proof that Yogi Bhajan & now his organizations like SikhNet are secretly trying to subsume Hinduism into Sikhi!


The photo was taken on the steps of Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh where the Ganges river is worshiped with pujas & Hindu Aarti every evening. Looming in the front of these pujas where Yogi Bhajan's family is performing these anti-Sikh rituals, stands a huge 30 foot high idol of the Hindu god Shiva prominently displayed in the middle of the river. You might recall that this huge statue of Shiva recently succumbed to the forces of massive flood waters and was completely destroyed. In the photo, Yogi Bhajan's youngest son, Kulbir Singh sits to Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Puri's immediate right, Yogi Bhajan's daughter, Kamaljit Kaur sits to Kulbir's right and Yogi Bhajan's oldest son Ranbir Singh is seated to Bibiji's left. I don't recognize the other western Yogi Bhajan followers in the rear but most important to note, they are taking Bibiji's lead in performing these anti-Sikh Hindu pujas. The swami in the photo is the head of the Parmarth Niketan ashram and has been photographed extensively leading pujas with Yogi Bhajan followers Gurmukh Kaur, & Snatam Kaur as you can see in the video below.

"SikhNet video:" Why Do " White Sikhs " Perform Idol Worship ?" Gursikhs reply to SikhNet video?

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

Worship of idols by what SikhNet director Guruka has described as "White Sikhs" is just the tip of the ice burg and is an outward representation of deep rooted spiritual debauchery when it comes to 3HO's anti-Sikh shiv/shakti worship. Dr. Trilochan Singh, a respected Sikh scholar and historian, spent several months with Yogi Bhajan. From Bhai Sahib's experience around the "Mahan tantric" Yogi Bhajan he wrote a very insightful and inspiring book which exposes the true tantric agenda of Yogi Bhajan. You can now see this shiv/shakti worship reflected in Yogi's 3HO kundalini yoga organizations like SikhNet, Sikh Dharma and KRI. I recommend reading Dr. Trilochan Singh's book which was a real eye opener for me after being around Yogi Bhajan for 30 years and part of his 3HO yoga cult. You may download the book for free at: http://gurmukhyoga.com/forum/index.php?id=1

Don't be fooled by Guruka's clever psychobabble! It is clear that Guruka and Gurumustuk are completely avoiding the question about Yogi Bhajan and now his 3HOers worshiping idols and performing puja ceremonies. SikhNet has been feeling the pinch of declining donations and so they want exposure of their anti-Sikh activities to stop and go away but it won't! The fact is 3HOers do worship idols violating the Sikh Rehit! This idol worship needs to stop if they want to be accepted back into the Khalsa panth and be allowed to use Singh and Kaur again in their names. http://www.sikhnet.com/video/why-do-white-sikhs-perform-idol-worship

Transcript from the SikhNet video starting at 2:54: "Why Do "White Sikhs" Perform Idol Worship?"

Gurumustuk says: "I like get e-mails from people, they see something online and they...some like this user asked about idols and Hindu worship... Just what I've seen of things someone equates a picture or a statue as if that the fact that it is there people worship it and I.....

Guruka interrupts and says: "so what's wrong with with worshiping as Hindus worship? What's wrong with worshiping if you're really worshiping from your heart? You go, I go to the Hanuman temple and see that everyone there is worshiping. There is a Hanuman statue and I see a Hanuman statue. Is what they're doing wrong? What I'm doing is right? It's still the trap of the opposites. This is right, wrong, good bad. It's still that place in your mind. So why is any worship bad? Worship comes from the heart. It's a personal relationship between you and the infinity. You can never criticize that. Rituals are rituals. Guru always criticized rituals. He told people, question why you're doing something. Are you doing it because you're going through the motions or are you doing it with consciousness? So again, it's what you bring to it."

Please view these links to see the video and photographic proof of Guruka and other 3HOers like Gurmukh Kaur and Snatam Kaur performing Hindu fire pujas and idol worship. SikhNet keeps a 4 foot high golden idol of Baba Siri Chand at the entrance to their Gurdwara in the same building as the SikhNet offices in Espanola New Mexico which is often adorned by 3HOers with garlands and jewelry, what more proof do you need of idol worship?



Here are some comments like mine which have been deleted, censored or blocked from view to the public by SikhNet:

Angad Pal Singh Works at Columbia University
There is one thing common in all of Guruka Singh's videos; gloat, gloat and gloat. Much as expected, this video goes miles away from answering the question.

Angad Pal Singh Not to forget the fake surprise to impress the naive mind.

Simranjit Singh
Our gurus established a religion against idol worship. This is truly disappointing to listen to the futile and directionless answer.

Simranjit Singh
But who is Guruka singh to decide anything if Gurbani has multiple quotes denying idol worship. Let him talk to me face to face then I will knock him down on his foolish answers.

Khalsa Lakhvir-Singh · Nairobi, Kenya
the part where you went wrong was at 3:17 ( .. but .. so what's with wrong in worshipping as hindus worship? ). the question is not about whether idol worship is legitimate for hindus. it's about how is not sanctioned by gurmat. i think the person who raised the question based it on the myriad of images on the net that fueled the concern. i believe that no matter what we think, in the end, gurmat has the last word for a sikh.

Here is the condemnation of Idol Worship by Guru Gobind Singh Ji (extracts from various passages):
Someone worships stone and places it on his head. Someone hangs the phallus (lingam) from his neck. .(pg.42)

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