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Sikh Dharam Tat Darshan

Description This theological tract defines and lays down certain fundamental ethics of Sikh religion and their practices. Its narration of Sikh fundamentals appears to be somewhat subjective when we compare its concepts and practices with those of Sikh religion as codified in the standardized code of conduct (Rehat Maryada). This difference is perhaps due to its publication earlier to the standard code. For instance, it does not prohibit certain foods and beverages which are a taboo in Sikh religion. Despite a few different concepts, majority of its definitions and conclusions are similar to those of Sikhism. The text is written in a script which has a predominance of Lehndi Boli dialect of Punjabi[edit]
Keywords Sikh, Sahajdharis, Khan Peen, Sikhya, Kesadhari, Amrit, Guru Granth Sahib, Dehdhari, Panj Singh, Mukti, Murti Puja, Maya, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001308
Author Avtar Singh Vahiliys
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Unknown
Custodian Man Singh Nirankari, Dr.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         89
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