Talk:Kirat Karo

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I do understad Kirat is Shiva Bhakta so Kirat may be olddest religion of the planet also i do beleived Kirat must respect by particullarly Limbu becouse Limbu family are must longger stay in the Hillside so they must followed their ancesteral, this in not mordernized by someone so it is pure and clean, look in the Bible and Quran these are alredy fasfinable.

Yonghang Kali United Kingdom, 29/09/2006

'Kirat karo' is in "PUNJABI" language which means an advice/request/order/assertion to do work/labor for producing life necessities/earning. And is neither the name of some Shiva Bhakta or a religion as is understood by Mr Yonghang Kali.

"Kirat karo" means an advice/request/order/assertion to do work/labor for producing life necessities/earning.

"Naam japo" means advice/request/order/assertion to recite/remember WAHEGURU/GOD/ALAAH/PARMATMA/by any name continuously.

"WAND SHAKO" means advice/request/order/assertion to eat/utilize the own/self earnings by dividing the same among other needful.

Raghbir Singh Punjab india 04/01/2017 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 59.91.112.13 (talk) 14:06, 5 January 2017 (UTC)