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Ethics and Values of Sikhism

Ravindra Brahmachari Chidanandjee (Author)

Sikhism as a universal religion has the flavour of the time and condition of Punjab of the times of the Gurus, with its clash of two great religions and also is a call to men to rise above these local limitations to see from new heights the road to a higher and nobler version of man. This is clear from the fact that any man who translates the Guru's Word into the language to which he is accustomed to, will feel his heart touched. The ethics and values of Sikh religion are the outcome of religious and historical experience of the ten Guru's (from the first Guru, Guru Gobind Singh), and the people adhering to the faith. The process was intiated by the founder of the faith, Guru Nanak, born in 1469 near Lahore. India of the times was passing through a dark period.

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About the author

Ravindra Brahmachari Chidanandjee

Ravindra Brahmachari Chidanandjee is a spiritual master from Biher (India) and also internationally reputed Vedic philosopher. Ravindra Jee is a soul who has come back on earth to teach the divine lessons, which he learnt through his life by living in the presence of his Master, at the lotus feet of his Master for nearly six years. He has gained enlightened understanding of the secrets of spiritural life and has since become a great teacher of kundalini yoga and pranayama through art of breathing, mantra and mudra yoga, ascension and conducts number of profound initiations of a divine order.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ethics and Values of Sikhism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 17.08.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126137121
length viii+287p., 22 cm.