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Quadricentennial of compilaltion of the Aad Guru Granth Sahib
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Interfaith Dialogue and the Aad Guru Granth SahibDr Bhai Harbans Lal, PhD
Guru Nanak promoted Interfaith Dialogue five centuries ago and Guru Arjan followed his philosophy and compiled the first world scripture, the Aad Guru Granth Sahib in 1604.
Aad Guru Granth Sahib: Sacred Interfaith ScripturesProf Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
The Aad Guru Granth Sahib is the best example to represent it as the First Interfaith Scriptures in the world.
Sufiism as an Integral Part of Interfaith Policy in the Aad Guru Granth SahibProf Harjinder Singh Dhillon
Islamic mysticism is known as Sufism. Sufism of Shiekh Farid written in Punjabi has been included in the Aad Guru Granth Sahib for the benefit of the non-Muslims.
Bhai Sahib Dr Vir Singh: Father of Modern Punjabi LiteratureProf Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
In this article the contributions of Bhai Sahib Dr Vir Singh to bring up Punjabi language used by the Sikh Gurus and other Bhagats in the Aad Guru Granth Sahib to give its due recognition among the Indo-Aryan (Into-European) Languages has been elaborated.
Takhts, Jathedars, and Legal ProvisionsProf Kashmir Singh, PhD
‘Takht’ means ‘throne’ symbolizing political power. Takht Jathedars are the spokesmen of the authority of the Takhts. However, there is no such title in the Gurdwara Act 1925, they are the Head Ministers. Read about their legal position and their duties.
Bhagat, Guru, and Satguru: Some recent issues and trendsProf Pashaura Singh, PhD
The status of Bhagats in the Aad Guru Granth Sahib and in Sikhism has been discussed briefly.
Needs of Sikh CommunityDr Avtar Singh Dhaliwal, MD, FACS
The author is emphasizing to return to the foundational belief system found in the Aad Guru Granth Sahib. He has suggested some approaches to achieve that.
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