The book titled "Philosophy" seems to be at variance with its contents. Far from being a book on philosophy as such it contains the subjective outpourings of the author on Sikh tenets, Sikh spiritual concepts and his concerns about the decline of religious spirit among the Sikhs. He gives a detailed commentary on the word Ek Onkar in Gurbani and role of Sikh Gurus and Sikh religion in the so-called modern epoch called Kalyuga. His diction and long circumlocutory style of narration makes the reader lose contact with his original thesis. His long-winding narrative on the mythological Hindu Yugas is somewhat irrelevant. His concerns regarding the prevalence of apostasy among the Sikh youth and guaranteed solutions about it are also highly alarmist and impractical.