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Prof Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD Honored by the Gurdwara Sahib Greater Montreal:
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CONFERENCE 2013:
FORMULATING METHODOLOGY FOR INTERPRETING GURBANI
2013 Sept. 21:

CONFERENCE:
UNIQUENESS OF GURU NANAK'S PHILOSOPHY
2011 Feb 23-25:

CONFERENCE:
PHILOSOPHY OF GURU NANAK IN MODERN WORLD
2010 Nov 21:
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Universal Peace Federation
2010 Feb 24:
Nanakian Philosophy and World Peace

NEW ARTICLE
2010 May 08:
ILLITERACY ABOUT RELIGIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SIKHISM

 

Other Articles
2008 Dec 31:
1. Controvery over Sehjdhari Sikh?
2. Uniqueness of Nanakian Philosophy

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2008 Sept 20:
SABD GURU

 

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March 2008:
Nanakian Philosophy

 

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Guru Nanak (1469-1539) founded a scientifically and logically sound religion, Sikhism, for the welfare of the mankind.

Guru Nanak challenged the ancient philosophy, mythology, and rituals in which people of South Asia were shackled for centuries. Sikhism is based on the philosophy perceived by Guru Nanak that was further strengthened and preached by the Sikh Gurus who succeeded to the House of Nanak. His philosophy is termed as "Nanakian Philosophy", which is embodied in the Gurbani, incorporated in the Aad Guru Granth Sahib (AGGS).

The irony is that Sikhism has been wrapped in a cocoon woven with mythology and unauthentic writings. Consequently, it was represented as a mythic and ritualistic religion.

Through this web-site Gurbani (Nanakian Philosophy) and Sikhism are represented in their real perspective. You are most welcome to participate in discussions through this homepage for a new dimension of Understanding Sikhism at http://www.iuscanada.com

 

Please note that to view some of the pages properly, you must have GurbaniLipi font created by Dr. Kulbir S. Thind,that you can install from the following link: http://www.sikhnet.com/s/SGGS-Fonts, and is free for individual use.