Title of your question is "How do Hindus view Sikhism and Sikh gurus ?"
but body of your question is about bedi and sodhi clan. Regarding body text of your question, i dont think there will be any text/view regarding bedi or sodhi being or not being vedi will be available. neither there will be any affirmation available, nor any objection available.
But regarding the title of your question "How do Hindus view Sikhism and Sikh gurus ?"
1) within hinduism, vedas, gita etc are common canonical text.
But there are many sects in hinduism, each sect has its additional canonical text.
Now, There are many sects in hinduism which consider sikh gurus as canonical . For example: Sanatani sikh , nanakpanthi , udasi
2) Among non-deminational hindus, there are many who rever sikh gurus as canonical as any other medeival age great saints or bhakti saints (kabir,haridas,chaitanya..) . For example: myself. But there will not be any text mentioning this, because by definition they are non-denominational hindus.