Do sikhs believe in interracial dating
and the purpose is companionship and help on their spiritual path, rather than sexual enjoyment.
The married relationship is summed up in the phrase ‘one soul in two bodies’, so being faithful to a husband or wife is central to Sikh life. In a marriage a couple can regulate their sex life.
Some Sikhs believe that it is a great virtue to deny themselves sexual intercourse in order to concentrate on divine love.
A male Sikh should consider all females older than him as his mother, equal in age to him as a sister, and younger than him as a daughter.This view is held by a minority of Sikhs, many of whom have been born/raised in countries that are more tolerant towards homosexuality.Some Sikhs have even gone so far as to describe homosexuals as "the new Untouchables" in reference to Sikhism's rejection of the Indian caste system. Sikhs are expected to live in a family environment in order to conceive and nurture their children in order to perpetuate God's creation.Any alternative manner of living is prohibited specifically a celibate lifestyle.
Most Sikhs assume this means homosexuality, which cannot result in procreation, is unnatural and against God's will.Most Gurdwaras will happily conduct the marriage ceremony, called the Anand Karaj in the Sikh manner between two Sikh partners from different racial groups.Race, caste and ethnicity can play no part in considerations of any kind in the Sikh faith.Acceptance of God's will is seen as central in Sikhism, thus even if a Sikh is attracted exclusively to members of their own sex they are expected to accept God's will, which (in the eyes of the vast majority of Sikhs) is for them to procreate.