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‘War of Words’ Against SikhismProf. Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
EDITORIAL ACROSS THE WORLD: A Question Of MaryadaEditor, The Tribune, Chandigarh (reproduced with permission from The Tribune, March 30, 2000)
Sikhism: Scientific and Logical Religion for the Third Millennium and BeyondProf Devinder Singh Chahal, PhD
Sikhism is a scientific and logical religion; therefore, it is necessary to have some knowledge of science to understand it. And it should be taught scientifically and logically to the young Sikhs of the Science Age.
Aad Guru Granth Sahib: A Juristic PersonProf Kashmir Singh, PhD
Recently the Supreme Court of India has pronounced the Aad Guru Granth Sahib (AGGS) as a juristic person. The judgment will be helpful to save the property belonging to the Sikh institutions, which has been registered in the names of their managers or owners.
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
In a nutshell, the thesis enshrined in the present research based paper hinges around the theoretically, as well as, philosophically and epistemologically sound postulate.
Definition of a SikhDr Jaspal Singh Mayell, PhD
Sikh religion is a truly universal religion started by Guru Nanak and the succeeding nine Gurus maintained its universality. Therefore, the definition of a Sikh should be so, which would maintain its universality.
Maas Maas Kar Moorkh Jhagre (Punjabi)Dr Sarjit Singh Sandhu, PhD
1. Religious means and Political Ends: Sikhs failed to Evolve a Consensus. PPS Gill
2. Who is an Apostate? Dr Gurbax Singh, PhD and Dr Harbans Lal, PhD
3. Taraksheel Cautions Against Godmen. Gurpreet Singh Page 43
4. We Always Looked Upon Sikhism as a Separate Religion. Roopinder Singh
5. The Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex. Sarup Singh Alag
6. “Gurbani” Vision TV – Canada. Haim Narain Singh