Author: Daljeet Singh
Publisher: Singh Brothers
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172052367
This volume gives a comparative picture of the fundamentals of Sikhism and the principles and practices of the other three systems with which Sikhism is believed to have basic affinities and reveals that this belief is quite erroneous.
The author, being analytical and objective, profusely quotes from the authoritative texts an establishes most convincingly how the idea of social responsibility forms and integral art of the spiritual attributes of the ideal man of Sikhism, the element that constitutes one of the essential tenets of Sikhism and gives Sikhism its distinctive and historic character.
After a bright academic record and a distinguished career in the Indian Administrative Service, the author has devoted himself to the study of religion in general and Sikhism in particular. The author has delivered Guru Nanak Commemoration Lectures and Guru Teg Bahadur Commemoration Lectures at the Punjabi University, Patiala, and contributed numerous papers and articles to University journals of Sikh Studies or Religious Studies. His two other publications are Sikhism. His two other publications are Sikhism, A Comparative Study of its Theology and Mysticism and The Authenticity of the Kartarpuri Bir and the Integrated Unity of Sikhism.
Methodology of Comparative Study
Sikhism and Nathism: A Comparison
Sikhism and Vaisnavism: A Comparison
The Radical Bhagats
Sikhism and Radical Bhagats: A Comparison
Sikhism, Nathism, Vaisnavism and Radical Bhagats: Conclusion
Notes and References