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Sri Bhupindranand

Description This small booklet written in Punjabi verse narrates the main contours of Sikh code of conduct and instructions for observing its tenets by the Sikhs in their lives. It was written much earlier than the standardized Sikh code of conduct. It was written on the occasion of Maharaja Bhupindera Singh of Patiala's marriage. It covers all the Sikh ceremonies and practices such as wedding ceremony, birth and death, widow marriage and charity. It is a meaningful and enlightening piece which defines the tenets of Sikh code of conduct when the Sikh did not have clear guide lines and code. The poet has summed up the major Gurmat tenets in an interesting manner[edit]
Keywords Anand Vivah, Vidhwa Vivah, Janam, Maut, Ram Singh Kuka, Maharaja Mahendra Maggind, Maharaja Ripudaman, Amrit Sanskar, Vidya, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000929
Author Gian Singh, Bhai
Year 1917
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Sri Gurmat Press Amritsar
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         114
 
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