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Preface To Book of 'Faith and Philosophy of Sikhism'

It may be said that the Guru Nanak is one of the most revolutionary thinkers and the holiest persons ever lived on the earth. He has been a bright light not only for India but for the entire world. His advocacy of pursuit of salvation and practice of Ahmisa, his vision of equality and avid longing for obliteration of suffering of others as one's own cross all barriers of race, creed, country and even humanity. His benevolent teachings of universal compassion and cosmic goodwill, his emphasis on the nobel virtues of Japji (prayer), Nam Simran (Think about God), Kirt Kaara (do good), Wand Chhako (Share with the needy), all these have a significant message for the present-day distracted humankind suffering from exhaustion of spirit and languishing in the narrow and rigid confinements of materialistic consumerism.

 This book deals with almost every of Sikh philosophy from personality to doctrine of Guru Nanak, Ten Gurus, fundamental character, nature, and spirit of philosophy and the development of Sikhism. The book covers the subject of Sikhism thoroughly in a manner which makes it interesting to read and easy to understand. A special care has been taken to put the principles of Sikhism philosophy in proper order so that the reader finds the book very useful and enjoyable.

The chapters in this volume have been well-weaved and the events connected with them are mentioned in a comprehensive way. Efforts have been made to mention about the religious customs and ceremonies from birth to death, including religious verses which are recited daily at the Gurudwaras. Indeed the information given in this volume is fairly comprehensive in contents so that all the readers should feel benefited with the text of the religion which they follow, preach, and profess. 

A productive bibliography, along with references is provided to prove the authenticity of the work and in order to guide the scholars and readers for further studies. Hopefully, this volume would be able to satisfy the urge of all those who desire to know about real Sikhism and also to create a new awareness regarding this religion.


Table Of Contents Of The Book 'Faith and Philosophy of Sikhism' By Sardar Harjit Singh




Page No
  Preface ix
1. Sikhism: An Introduction 1
2. History 9
  Origin, Early History, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das,  
  Guru Arjan Dev, Guru Har Gobind, Guru Har Rai, Guru Har Kishan,  
  Guru Tegh Bahadur, Medieval History, Guru Gobind Singh, Guru  
  Granth Sahib, Misldari, Start of Rakhi System, Modern History,  
  Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee, References  


  Basic Philosophy, Divine Laws, Primary Beliefs, One God,  
  Reincarnation, Brotherhood, Disciplined Life, Ethics, Metaphysics,  

Concept of God

  Defining God, Dimensions of God, Concept of Sahaj, Sikh  
  Cosmology, Philosophy of God, Messengers of God, Nirvana,  

Main Figures

  Main Figures in Early Period, Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar  
  Das, Guru Ram Das, Guru Arjan Dev, Guru Har Gobind, Guru Har  
  Rai, Guru Har Kishan, Guru Tegh Bahadur, Mata Sundri, Main Figures  
  in Medieval Period, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Sant Attar Singh, Fateh  
  Singh Ahluvalia, Maharaja Kharak Singh, Main Figures in Modern  
  Period, Sant Dalip Singh, Giani Zail Singh, Master Tara Singh, Sobha  
  Singh, References  


  Divine Words, Religious Scriptures, Adi Granth, Guru Granth Sahib,  
  Non-Religious Scriptures, Dasam Granth, Janamsakhis, Non-  
  Religious Compositions of Guru Har Rai And Guru Tegh Bahadur,  


  Spiritual Teachings, Redemption, Devotion to God, Ethical Actions,  
  Message of Harmony and Love, References  

Moral Value System

  Moral Values, Morality in Life, Moral Values for Leader, Moral Duties  
  of Subjects, Moral Values in Society, Practical Aspects, References  


  Religious Movements, Nirankari Movement, The Namdhari  
  Movement, Reform Movements, Singh Sabha Movement, Akali  
  Movement, Revivalist Movements, Radhasoami Satsang, Jaito Morcha  
  Movement, Gurdwara Reform Movement, References  


  Reformers in Early Period, Baba Buddha, Bhai Mani Singh, Bhai  
  Taru Singh, Bhai Gurdas, Mian Mir, Bibi Bhani, Reformers in  
  Medieval Period, Sant Sohan Singh, Sohan Lal Suri, Reformers in  
  Modern Period, Bhai Lachhman Singh, Baba Puran Singh, Bhai Vir  
  Singh, References  

Major Sects

  Akalis, Nirankaris, Namdharis, Khalsa, Five K's Udasis, Nirmalas,  
  Sanatan Singh Sabha, Akhand Kirtani Jatha, Parsadi Sikhs, References  

Demographic Propagation

  Origin of Sikhism, Early Rise, Rise of Khalsa, Factors Responsible  
  for Rise, Sikhism in other Parts of World, Demographics, References  

Socio-Political Influence

  Socio-Political Identity, Sikhism and Politics, Fundamentalism, Origins  
  of Sikh Fundamentalism, Contemporary Politics, References  

Religious Rituals and Traditions

  Religious Rituals, Ardas, Amrit Sanskar, Social Rituals, Naam Karan,  
  Anand Karaj, Antam Sanskar, Other Rituals, Chardi Kala, Dasvand,  
  Kirtan, Langar, Simran, References  


  Social Order, Social Conduct, Traditional Values in Society, Caste  
  System, Status of Women, References  


  Guru Nanak Jayanti, Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti, Lohri, Maghi, Hola  
  Mahalla, Vaisakhi, Guru Arjan Shahid Divas, Diwali in Sikhism, Guru  
  Tegh Bahadur Shahid Divas, References  

Religious Places

  Religious Places in India, Harmandir Sahib, Shri Akal Takht Sahib,  
  Takht Shri Damdama Sahib, Takht Shri Keshgarh Sahib, Takht Shri  
  Hazur Sahib, Takht Shri Patna Sahib, Gurdwara Sheeshganj,  
  Hemkund Sahib, Ponta Sahib, Nanakmatta, Religious Places outside  
  India, Namkana Sahib, Gurdwara Panja Sahib, Gurdwara Dera  
  Sahib, References  

Art and Iconography

  History, Architecture, Sculptures, Calligraphy, Present Day Examples,  

Sikhism in Modern World

  Diaspora, Modern Religious Movements, Spiritual Revolution, Future, 295
  Sikhism as a Global Religion, References  






Author Sardar Harjeet Singh
Pages 323
Cover Paperback
Language English

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