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Superheroes & Sikhi

Oh how we love our superheroes, join us and delve into our obsession with superheroes and the true superheroes in Sikhi.

A Few Brown Kids have released their new video in which they discuss... Superheros!
It is a real kick to see how excited these young ones are about their superheros. Every child needs such characters to look up to. And they bring up an interesting point: "If we look at Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter, the most powerful wizards are portrayed with long uncut hair and beards. Why? Because this image portrays strength, knowledge and wisdom.... BUT who are the real superheros? What about the Gurus and GurSikhs that ACTUALLY lived?? They are not fantasy. They didn't act. The power, the strength, the love and compassion they had was real."

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