1. Ambarsaria

    Occultism - Rejection In Sikh Reht Maryada (SRM)

    Occult practices are generally and commonly related to, astrology, alchemy, divination, magic, and witchcraft and sorcery SRM unequivocally declares the following, In the following post palaingtha states that Occult practices are recognized in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji...
  2. namjiwankaur

    Regarding The Definition Of Sikh According To Reht Maryada

    Sat Nam _/|\_ I have always read the definition of Sikh according to Reht Maryada as if Sikhs are those who have been baptized. But I just read it differently this time. It actually says if someone believes in the Sikh baptism, they are Sikhs. To clarify, does it mean someone becomes Sikh...
  3. Kellysingh

    Sikh Reht Maryada

    in sikh reht maryada, which has rules for sikhs, it says one shouldnt smoke,drink, take cannabis ect. i was wondering, as a sikh, i am also a legal cannabis user for medicinal reason prescribed by a doctor. so do i just not worry about the whole cannabis rule? since it is prescribed by a...
  4. A

    General Disabled People & Reht Maryada

    Dear Everyone, So I was reading the vegetarianism forum here, and there was a mention of the Reht (or Rehat) Maryada. I started reading it and as it described the Amrit (baptism) I came across this paragraph (copied directly from this page: Sikh Reht Maryada, The Definition of Sikh, Sikh...
  5. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Anand Karaj As Per Sikh Rehat Marayada

    Gurmat Maryada of Anand Karaj By Karminder Singh Dhillon, Ph.D. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Sikh Rehat Mayrada (SRM), as sanctioned by the Akaal Takhat and approved by the Sikh Panth, lists out the following four Sanskars as being an integral part of the Sikh Way of Life: (i)...
  6. O

    Why Was/is The Reht Maryada Needed?

    Sat Sri Akaal What was the reason the Reht Maryada needed? And under what authority was it created?