And yet we have Gurdwaras specially for this sect (or caste)!. Its amazing that in the year of 2009 we still have not abolish this practice.
Where is "Khalsa Panth" when it comes to this issue?
"Ramgharia Gurdwara" -> Is this "Bipran ki Reet"?
Agree with you - but the reality is there for all to see
I agree with you, User:Kaur-1 - to name a Gurdwaras after a sect is not in keeping with the ideals of our Guru but there you have it - reality does not always follow ideals! Not to sound like I support the idea, I wish to correct the impression in your post that the "Gurdwaras [is] specially for this sect (or caste)!". The Gurdwaras of the various sects are actually open to all and as far as I am aware, most other traditions within the Gurdwara comply with normal Sikh practices. However, the shrine are usually exclusively run by the sect members and this is not open to all as expected with a Gurdwara! And yes, this is "bipran ki reet". Regards, Hari Singhtalk 22:32, 28 March 2009 (UTC)
Ramgharia caste Historically falls in 3rd Varna not in the Second.The Working Class always falls in the Vaishya (commoner) Class. Please correct the Info.User:Kaur-1
Ritually, Ramgarhia may be higher as it is an artisan Vaisya caste as opposed to a Shudra but socially and numerically Jats are more dominant due to land ownership.User:Gurveerxsingh04
This page needs to be re-edited. A lot of fanciful, false information on here. The Ramgarhia Misl was not founded by a Sanghania - this is fictitious. It was established by Jassa Singh Ramgarhia who was allotted territory as part of the Dal Khalsa initiative, as were other Misl leaders, not by some Kushal or Nodh Singh. This is corroborated by many Sikh historical texts, and as recently as Purnima Dhavan's When Sparrow Became Hawks.
I can contribute to editing this page if I can be given access. Thanks.