The Sikh Gurus are revered and respected, Vaishaki, Diwali are celebrated. What does Hinduism believe in? To those Ravidassia who believe Guru Ravidass is an Hindu by all means carry on with this misconception but ask yourselves these questions what religion made you Untouchable in the first place then gave the higher caste the exclusive rights in religious and man made laws to abuse the lower castes, physically, mentally, economically, spiritually etc. Sikhism has given low caste untouchables a gateway to God and an equal standing with fellow man.
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Also known as Raidas, Rohidas and Ruhidas - his devotional songs and verses created a lasting impact upon the Bhakti Movement. Around 40 of the poems accredited to Ravidas were included in the Adi Granth, the sacred scripture of Sikhism. Similarly, the mystic saint-poet of the 'Bhakti movement'—Ravidas was born in the pious city of Varanasi. The exact date of birth is not known, however it is believed that Guru Ravidas was alive from the 15th to 16th century CE. Saint Ravidas wrote many devotional songs which became popular during the bhakti movement.
The Ravidassia Dharm , also called Ravidas Panth ,  is a religious sect, founded in the 14th-century. Historically, Ravidassia represented a range of beliefs in the Indian subcontinent , with some devotees of Ravidass counting themselves as Ravidassia, but first formed in the early 20th-century in colonial British India. Ravidassias believe that Ravidas is their Guru saint whereas the Sikhs have traditionally considered him as one of many bhagats holy person. The birthplace is now marked by the Shri Guru Ravidass Janam Asthan Begampura , and is a major place of pilgrimage for the followers of Guru Ravidas today.