Joined: 02 May 2006
Joined: 02 May 2006
not sure really wether we should or not but hey if you wanna play then play i was gonna play holi but i cant now, but go ahead sounds like you have a lot of fun
In that case you should not even talk to Hindus right?
You are not believing in the story of Holika, you are just enjoying the colours, which is actually not a custom just a traditionIt's what we do to have fun on this day, there will always be an end to evil, don't you guys believe that too?
There's no harm in playing with a few colours but if your religion tells you not to mingle with us Hindus and our tradition then I can do nothing to change your mind.
You are not copying anyone's religion by playing with colours, and anyways some cultures have similarities, so does Islam and Hinduism in terms of marriage, shall we say that you are copying us?Just my opinion.
But you are not changing your beliefs, are you believing in Holika? No you are not! All you are doing is playing with a bit of colour, and my religion does not tell me to do so but we chose to do so for fun! To celeberate the defeat of evil against good
They are very different, are you sure about that? Infact you guys even wear similar clothes to us, that is a tradition isn't it?Not a custom, have you changed your belief in anyway, I think not.Hun, what I don't understand is that you said not to change your beliefs, what belief are you changing?Playing with colour is become changing belief's, since when?
yes, your looking at it with a perspective of religion, I am notand according to me you shouldn't be either and yes I too am around your age so age does not come into this matter.
By the way everyone, Holi is great so far, i am going mandir soon later today, it is going to be great and all gujurati boys are going to be there wohoo!
Yes, I did mention about the clothing, but that's just one of the things, i've actually seen a ceremony and they are actually very similar-i mean on t.v, not serials!You mentioned about it not being Islamic, same with this, it is not a Hindu tradition it is an Indian tradition, how about all those muslims back in India, a quarter of my country consists of MuslimsI know for a fact that they too celeberate it as u r not going against ur culture. Yes hun, I haven't had much experience with it either lol
When I said about the boys, it's because they are usually the one's that play the most not because I am going to check them out. They are not allowed to look at each other, but I have seen many many Muslims look at boys, it's not like they can help it if they turn around and a guy is standing lol. And this place is right outside my mandir where we play Holi it is awesome its fun! thats all.nothing got to do with Hindu and MuslimsI am just wondering how they are going asgainst islam beliefs
I have no intention of hurtng Musims, sorry if I did
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there you go guys well said there by mehak di, enjoy it if you want and if you dont its ure choice, like di said this is the if no one is better than any other on here we should all learn to respect the others beliefs an religion and enjoy, i am a muslim mehak di is a proud sikh along with that i have several hindu an sikh friends on here. Mehak di still calls me bhaiya even though we are from two different backgrounds if we can learn to love an be happy for each other then so can everyone else.Did you ever consider that if we spent as much time trying with each other as we do fighting how much a better place the world would be?
let this be the end of it.
HAPPY HOLI EVERYONE!!!
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