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THE TERCENTENARY OF KHALSAProf. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
AN APPRAISAL OF A PEOPLE'S CELEBRATIONSaran Singh, Editor, The Sikh Review, Calcutta
Anandpur symbolizes the spirit of sacrifice. It is forever dedicated to the triumph of human spirit over the physical body - as witnessed on Vaisakhi day three hundred years ago.
VAISAKHI 1999 IN THE UKDr W Owen Cole
It describes the celebration of Tercentenary of Khalsa in UK.
KHALSA PANTH: CHALLENGES OF TWENTY FIRST CENTURYDr (Bhai) Harbans Lal, PhD, D. Litt.
At the time of its tercentenary celebration the Khalsa Panth is going through a major transition towards its renaissance in the twenty-first century. The present strengths and deficiencies are analyzed.
AS CONDUCTED ON THE VAISAKHI DAY IN 1699 CE GURU GOBIND SINGH’S UNIQUE TYPE OF EXPERIMENT USHERED THE UNIVERSALLY MEANINGFUL ERA OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCEProf. Amar Singh Dhaliwal, PhD
The present research based paper hinges around the theoretically, as well as, philosophically and epistemologically sound postulate. Its main stress is that Sikhism . . .
SIKHISM: FROM GURU NANAK 1469 TO VAISAKHI 1999 AND BEYOND VAISAKHI 2000Prof. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
It describes briefly the Nanakian Philosophy, progression and regression of Sikhism from 1469 to 1999 and a tentative line of action for further discussion.
IS THERE ANY PLACE FOR RITUALISM AND IDOLISM IN SIKHISM?Dr Sarjeet Singh Sidhu, MBBS; MRCOG
This article attempts to highlight some of the extraneous and unacceptable ritualism and idolism that have crept into Sikhism.
EDITORIAL POLICY OF THE JOURNALProf. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
Is there a Place for God in Constitution
Tension Between Reason and FaithProf. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD Prof. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
Canadian Postal Stamp issued on April 19, 1999 to coincide with Tercentenary of Khalsa
Prof. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD