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  1. spnadmin

    Controversial Defining Authority In Sikhism

    admin note: The role and authority of Akaal Takht has always been of historical interest to me, as a question of spiritual and temporal authority in Sikhism. We have no clergy, no intermediaries. The Sikh Rehat Maryada charges every Sikh to take Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as spiritual authority...
  2. findingmyway

    Defining A Sikh

    What is a Sikh? Is their mind-state a danger to civilized nations? So, what is a Sikh (correctly pronounced as you would say the word “sick,” which means “to learn” in its native language) or an individual who has endeavoured to undertake the path of Sikhie? Well, he accepts the universe...
  3. spnadmin

    Buddhism Buddhism And Wealth: Defining 'Right Livelihood'

    Lewis Richmond Buddhist writer and teacher "Right Livelihood" is a traditional Buddhist teaching and one of the limbs of the eight-fold path taught by the Buddha. For laypeople, Buddha's teaching of right livelihood meant ethical livelihood. In the book The Buddha's Teaching on...
  4. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Defining A Sikh : Tracing The Historic Foundations Of Sikh Identity

    Dear members, I came across this extremely well written essay by a Second Year University Student. I liked it so much i am reproducing it here for your benefit and comments. Regards From: Balpreet Singh: I wrote this essay for 2nd year University. In it, I was replying to western scholars who...
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    Defining A Sikh - Important

    DEFINING A SIKH Prof Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD Institute for Understanding Sikhism 4418 Martin-Plouffe, Laval, Quebec, Canada H7W 5L9 The original link posted in 2005 no longer works. I have attached the article in pdf format as written by Professor Devinder Singh Chahal...