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If I am to get married to him I feel like we would need to create our own culture, where the essence of our native roots could coexist and the traditions we decide to follow are well understood by both of us. He only lives with his mom and sister and I know they don't have a problem with it.I don't know about the rest of the family, but my boyfriend said that the only opinions that matter to him are his mom's and sister's.Some Sikhs believe the faith espouses vegetarianism (it's a debate, I for one do not) and thus would feel some sense of guilt on eating it the day of the temple.The car thing is just his personal thing probably, trying to not get wrapped up in extravagance during a time of mourning.) and not know much about his culture and religion should be a worrying sign. will get you started but some of this will come down to individual practice.Some are more devout than others so, as others have mentioned, you need to ask your boyfriend.I chose to not be disrespectful because I love him, but I do have so many questions. " I didn't ask him all this questions right away because I didn't want to be rude but the next time I saw him, he couldn't answer any of my questions.He takes a lot of pride in being Sikh but yet can't explain things like: -why he doesn't eat meat on days he goes to the temple -why can't he buy a car during the time you are remembering the dead -why his friends don't say hi or even look at me when we run into them or ever (school, birthday parties, graduations etc)And that's just to name some examples. He just said "i don't know I just do it" 😳We've been talking about getting married for most of this year and although the idea does bring me joy it also concerns me.
Sounds like he doesn't know the meaning of the rituals he follows either, so no worries.Either he isn't showing his friends that he values your relationship, or his friends are rude.I didn't ask him all this questions right away because I didn't want to be rude but the next time I saw him, he couldn't answer any of my questions.I've been to the Gurudwara once and to a Sikh parade as well, I was extremely anxious in both occasions and I feel like it could have been prevented. Just a couple of days ago he told me that he has to be vegetarian for the next year and a half because his family is doing this special cleansing type prayer due to some challenges his family here and in India have gone through.I didn't know that males and females don't sit together or that I had to bow down to the holy book, receive a sweet, walk around the holy book and then take a seat by his mom (who is absolutely sweet to me but barely speaks any English). He read me the list of other things he can't do.