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Very interesting to note that Sikhs are not mentioned in this article considering their numerous battle honours in the past number of centuries. They make all other Warrior clans, castes, races what ever yo want to call them look unimportant and inappropriate. Why is this so? Maybe people do not like Turbaned bearded barbaric savage looking beings- reminds the majority whom were oppressed conformed and controlled 'the Barbarian past'? Must be an internal genetic reaction. LOL. Or maybe the sikhs of today rely on symbolism as the majority know longer practice War and question their own Warrior Granths/scriptures as they have never done battle in the last 50 years they live off fables.Have They brought such sacrilege upon themselves?--Raidcmdr (talk) 20:12, 26 February 2010 (UTC)