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Title Gursikhi ate Rehayat Maryada
Description Sikh religion which needs to be practiced by its followers needs to be streamlined and its practices need to be codified for the sake of uniformity and Cohesion. Despite the standard Sikh code of conduct prepared and published by SGPC, there exists a plethora of similar codes of conduct written by a host of ancient Sikhs. There is hardly any unanimity of opinion regarding some Sikh practices in these codes (Hukamnamas) of conduct. The present book makes an earnest appeal to Sikh organizations and scholars to critically examine the contents of these edicts and make relevant amendments to bring about uniformity in Sikh practices. Despite his detailed information about Sikh codes and practices, there is no clear, cohesive guideline about a future standard Sikh code of conduct. The account is analytical, descriptive but without any logical conclusion. Thus it suffers from incoherence of thought and inconsistency of approach
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