ऐसा आज २६ जनवरी के इनके एपिसोड में देखने को मिला !
If they are unaware than how could they provide any correct information to their audiences, a question arises?
In this serial a Sikh girl loves a Hindu boy who brings a wedding procession to marry her but his madness to go to London stops him to marry her, he just disappears and wedding doesn't take place. Then after some time she gets married with the selection of her parents --- again a clean shaved boy and she insisits to go to London where she finds here first love but the story goes on in madness in these three, then she is shown back in india where she is pregnant.
In further story she goes to a Dargah (Sikh girls do not go to Mulim Dargahs). Its also violation of Sikh Code of conduct but ZEE Tv is just concerned to defame sikhism and it conduct which is the best in a human's life. Both the boys are mad in love with her and are ready to accept by knowing well of her pregnancy. The ZEE tv is just spoiling the culture of India not only the Sikh religion.
One can just feel ashamed of these characters, story writer, director and producers and say---to hell with them and the ZEE TV
Are Sikh marriages in India solemnised as per the Hindu Marriage Act? If so, then the following ruling of the Delhi High Court puts these marriages in trouble. Read below...
Court observes Hindu-non-Hindu marriages not legally bound
Nayar-Hurley-like marriages not valid in India: Delhi HC
Pratap Patanik, New Delhi, Dec 30, DHNS:
If Liz Hurley's tweets on her split with Arun Nayar are true, then she would rather not approach Indian courts for divorce.
For as per a Delhi High Court ruling on Thursday, any marriage between a Hindu and a non-Hindu or between two non-Hindus solemnised according to the Hindu customs is not legally bound as per the Hindu Marriage Act.
Liz Hurley is a born Christian and hence her marriage with Arun Nayar, held amid great fanfare at Umaid Bhavan Palace three years ago, isn’t valid in the eyes of the Indian law. The case is the same for the flamboyant ceremony as per Hindu rites held at Ranthambore in October this year that wedded Hollywoodian Russell Brand to pop star Kate Perry. Both Perry and Brand are born Christians.
“Mere fact that the parties had solemnised the marriage as per the Hindu rites and ceremonies would not attract the applicability of the Hindu Marriage Act, as the mandate of the law is that marriage has to take place between two Hindus,’’ said Justice Kailash Gambhir.
“A mere theoretical allegiance to the Hindu faith by a person born in another faith does not convert him into a Hindu, nor is a bare declaration that he is a Hindu sufficient to convert him to Hinduism.
“The conversion from one religion to another religion is a very major decision in one’s life and for proving such a conversion, it is incumbent upon the appellant to place on record complete facts and documentary material, if any, to satisfy the court that based on such facts and supporting material, the appellant had undergone change of religion,’’ Justice Gambhir said.
Going by this court ruling, if the partners are not Hindus at the time of solemnising the marriage as per Hindu rites, they cannot file for divorce under the provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act, of 1956. The court was hearing the petition filed by Sangeeta, who had sought divorce from her husband Preston Gomes, a Christian by birth, under the Hindu Marriage Act.
Both Sangeeta and Gomes had their marriage solemnised at the Arya Samaj Mandir in New Delhi on November 24, 2007 after a courtship of a couple of years, according to Sangeeta’s advocate Manoj Kumar Srivastava. Sangeeta used to work at a media house in Noida and Gomes was an electrician.
The dispute arose after Gomes allegedly indulged in criminal activities following which Sangeeta filed the divorce petition before the family court in Delhi.
The family court had observed that Sangeeta couldn’t prove the fact that Gomes had embraced Hindu religion before she married him and hence the divorce could not be granted under the Hindu Marriage Act.
Sangeeta had challenged this order in the high court, which also dismissed her petition.
Is this marriage allowed?
The SGPC, DSGMC & other Sikh leaders are silent spectators.
Shame on them.
What about you Sikhs?
35. Media surveys and studies are routinely undertaken in western countries but are rare in India. The world never gets to know the reality prevailing in the Indian Media and consequently in India. According to a survey that took place sometime back the electronic and print Media is fully controlled by Brahmins and upper caste Hindus for the benefit of their order and to the detriment of all others. The survey took into account 37 Media establishments considered to comprise the whole of the ‘national Media.’ It found the modern democratic establishments caught in the vice of ancient Manu’s caste system. It was discovered that 71% high caste Hindus held the topmost decision making positions. In the nineties of the last century, India’s Dalit population was 150 million but not even one Dalit was working as a correspondent or a sub-editor with any daily paper. This controlled Media, subscribing to the permanent majority’s perception about the Sikhs as enemies, has always played a leading role in India’s suppression drives against the Sikhs.
'Z'TV has again played mockery with Sikhs to-day on 11th Nov-10,
In the serial Sanjog se bani SANGINI', Monday to Thursday, 10.00pm to 10.30 pm-- Just watch the replay. You will see yourself, the main Character RUDRA & his Grandfather in Sikh guise, just look at their ready made turbans and beards.
I am sure if Americans see this serial, they shall not be able to differentiate the Sikhs from Muslims and they can be attacked & killed again.
Earlier i objected to their nefarious design to promote Sikh girls to marry non-Sikh boys in another serial. The 'Z TV' is playing with sentiments of Sikhs deliberately.
Message of Nitin Vaidya, COO of ZEEL to misguide Sikhs.