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Gurmat Hulas

Description This volume narrates the methodology of all the Sikh ceremonies as per the Gurmat philosophy called from the sacred Sikh scripture Sri Guru Granth Sahib. It seeks to provide the relevant divine verse to be recited on every Sikh ceremony related to Sikh life and religion. It is a sort of code of conduct for the Sikhs. It aims at replacing all the prevalent Brahminical rituals and rites with the Gurmat ceremonies this book fulfills the long-felt need of the Sikhs for prescribed Sikh ceremonial methodology when no standard code of conduct for the Sikhs existed. Written in simple Punjabi prose, it is a ready reckoner for guiding the Sikhs to adopt the Gurmat way of life in letter and spirit[edit]
Keywords Amrit Karaj, Amrit Parkash, Vivah Karj, Kurmai, Anand Karj, Challana, Janam Karj, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000918
Author Thakar Singh Giani, Bhai
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Vzir Hind Press, Amritsar
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         83
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