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Sacho Sach

Description This booklet brings out the overwhelming dominance of observation of several rituals and ceremonies by the Sikhs and their alienation from the practice and following of Gurbani tenets. Majority of the Sikhs, the author feels, do not live a Sikh way of life though they have the appearance of Sikhs. The booklet makes an earnest appeal to the Sikhs to cut the dead wood of religious rituals and adopt a true Sikh way of life in thought and deed. The assertions made in the book are supported by the relevant quotations from the Sikh scripture. It is a severe critique of Sikh religion as it is practiced these days. His stance is sermonizing and palpable despite being earnest. But the content reflects his profound knowledge of the text and its message[edit]
Keywords Sacho Sach, Ghal, Gurbani, Guru Granth Sahib, Brahmin, Gursikhi, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001324
Author Santhok Singh
Year 1971
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher New Book Company
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 17.7
Breadth 12.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         146
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