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How Hindu are the Sikhs?

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So if "enlightened Muslims" (whatever that highly patronising term means) are not different to Hindus, then what about the fanatic Hindus?

Muslims don't have 20 heads and 10 hands etc. They are just your average person. I am aware that it is currently trendy to look upon all of them with suspicion and differently, but seriously they are all the same as everyone else. I think the better term is moderate Muslims are the same as moderate Hindus and moderate Christians. Let us please remember that we have fanatics in every faith. Muslims/Islam by no means holds the monopoly of having nutcases amongst them.
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Dear Amala,
Your interpretation of your God is probably like your avatar. No believer has seen 'God'. Just as no one has seen space, or energy. Generally it is believed that God or Brahman is subtler than that.

I would not patronize another person about religion. It is personal belief, and leave it at that.
Muslims praying to Hindu God is rare, because the social pressures. But there are various instances of that in History. Raskhan a contemporary of Tulsidas was a Krishna Bhakta.
It is believed that a Muslim boy found the linga at Amarnath. Even today the support staff is mostly muslim working for money to facilitate the Amernath Yatra. So it is not for religion alone.
A Hindu temple where Muslims also pray - Thaindian News
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