1. Doesn’t believe in Naam Simran
According to Gurbani the highest Karam is that of remembering Akaal Purakh, through Naam Simran which will allow us to merge with Akaal Purakh and get Darshan, the ultimate goal of Gurmat. However Dhunda does not believe in the concept of Naam Simran, him and his friends have called it useless recitation of a word. When asked recently what his thoughts are on Naam Simran are, he said that doing simran can give us a peace of mind in this world, but it cannot do anything else for us.
2. Doesn’t know who wrote Jaap Sahib
In a video Dhunda can be seen hitting a pothi of Jaap Sahib with a stick and questioning whether Guru Gobind Singh Jee wrote the Bani. He also states in another video that the Panth had not decided whether Jaap Sahib is Bani of Guru Gobind Singh or not.
3. Has questionable friends.
He is friends with the likes of Professor Darshan, Gurkhash Kala Afghana, Inderjit Ghagga, Gurcharan Jeonwala and others who are known to not believe in taking Amrit, in doing Naam Simran and do not consider Jaap Sahib, Chaupai Sahib etc. to be written by Guru Gobind Singh Jee.
4. Does not believe Guru Sahib is all powerful.
Dhunda does not believe in miracles, he does not think anyone or anything can be brought back to life. On the other hand Gurbani says Sargur Mera Maar Jevale, meaning my Satguru can kill and bring back to life at his will.
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5. Does not believe in an after life
When asked by Gursikhs whether or not he believes in a life after death, Dhunda’s response was that he does not yet know as he has not died.
6. Believes atheists are the same as Sikhs.
If he does not believe doing Simran can help us in the after life, and does not believe Guru Sahib is all-powerful how is he any different from atheists? To him Sikhs and atheists are the same, he says over and over we need to be good people and live a good life, without any mention of any sort of spirituality.
7. Does not have full faith in Guru Granth Sahib Jee
When someone questions what Gurbani says, they cannot have full faith in SGGS. Dhunda rejects Naam Simran, an after life and many other mystical and spiritual concepts mentioned in Gurbani. How can a person who does not believe Gurbani to be the Truth do Parchar on stages?