This book on distinct Sikh ideology brings out a clear distinction between Sikhism and Hindutva (Hinduism) and liberal Islam (Sufism). The author makes it absolutely clear that Sikhism is neither a pale copy of Hinduism nor a mixture/blend of Hinduism and liberal Islam. It has its own distinct theology and ideology which makes it an independent religion. Highlighting truth and truthful living as the essence of Sikhism, the author states that Sikh religion is free from the narrow considerations of sectarianism and Untouchability. Part of this book deals with the Udassis-a subsidiary Sikh sect. The author's narration of Sikh tenets and ideals is based on his deep study of Sikh religion and some other world religious. The whole account bears the stamps of scholarship, clarity of thought and mature linguistic skill of expressing his scholarship and knowledge.