**SUPERSTITION, MYTHOLOGY & DEITY WORSHIP**…not for a Sikh!

Dhadrian Wale About Inder Devta

In this video clip you can watch a very good video clip . In some mythology, the Indra ‘Devata’ (or deity) is considered to be the “God of lightning, thunder, storms, rains and river flows”, and is worshipped to make it rain. Then, as another example, there is the worship of Lakshmi, considered to bring “wealth, fortune and prosperity” – according to some. However, a Sikh worships and puts his/her faith solely in the One Creator Akaal Purakh, and ONLY Akaal Purakh. thanks for watching this video clip .

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