The Sikh Ideology - A conglomeration of Fundamental Philosophical Issues

The Sikh Ideology - A conglomeration of Fundamental Philosophical Issues

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by Sukhbir Singh Kapoor and Mohinder Kaur Kapoor

Published by B:Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh in 2005. This is a first edition, new hardcover book.  Size: 8.5" x 5.5".  Pages: 296

The book studies the philosophical concepts and theories of Sikhism, quoting directly from the Siri Guru Guru Granth Sahib. It deals with Sikh understanding of pilgrimage, the yogi, guru and satguru, sins, virtue and happiness, and the Sikh code of conduct. It examines core concepts of the Sikh religion comparing Sikh religious beliefs with others on creation and sainthood. It stresses on Guru Nanak’s teachings particularly his stress on the futility of rituals. It contains anecdotes from the life of the Sikh gurus.  Topics include:

The Purpose of Life

The Everlasting Relationship

The Cobweb of Desires

The Concept of Effective Listening

The Path of Union

The Human Karmas

The Final Destination

The Concept of Naam

The real Jog (YOG) of a Sikh

Life after Death

And much more!