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Hello Nicolas, You to inform me? I wondered whether the monotheism Sikh were
related to l' Islam or s' it was the prolongation of the bakhti vishnuite,
and thus Hindu qu' one can think it. Being given that j' read the two answers in different books;
what says the book which you read on this subject?
David, --- In email@example.com
, Nicolas sowing has écrit*:
> > Hello, > * > I am reading an extremely interesting book written by a priest indianist > on Sikhs*et published
aux*éditions Brepols de Maredsous. > * > One often retains in Occident the appropriate dress that most orthodoxe d' carries;
between them (rolling up turban of the long hair, beard long, small dagger symbolic system, bracelet of metal, short trousers…).
> However, there are several reformed branches. > * > They all are of the strict monotheists but they do not consider well God
as personal but as impersonal contrary to the majority of the religions of the Book. > * > At the time de*lor appearance
in India, Sikhs brought many reforms: > suppression of the castes, the ritual sacrifice of the widows, the marriage of the children;
obligatory assistance etc > * > Sikhs reformed have gurus again whereas the orthodoxe ones had stopped this institution
following the wishes of their 10th. > These gurus is married however most of the time and their title n' is not
> I find that this religion is strong close to l' unitarianism universalist not only compared to the religious beliefs
but also compared to l' very humanistic ethics. > There are sometimes at the head the tragic images of l' assassination of Reference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/new-to-sikhism/25852-france-wants-know-more-about-sikh.htmlReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/showthread.php?t=25852
Mrs Indira Gandhi by her 2 Sikhs bodyguards but c' is to forget that c' was in the context of the war d' then carried out
by l' India against separatists and extremists of Sikhisme not representing all the community.
> Nicolas >