3 edition of Kernel of Sikhism found in the catalog.
Kernel of Sikhism
Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-228) and index.
|Contributions||Sikh Institute of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.S5 S498 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||95111589|
Take religion. For the Hindu, it means little besides caste and cow-protection. For the Muslim, circumcision and kosher meat. For the Sikh, long hair and hatred of the Muslim. For the Christian, Hinduism with a sola topee. For the Parsi, fire-worship and feeding vultures. Ethics, which should be the kernel of a religious code, has been literally grain or kernel, a fraction in the Troy weight system of the Arabs, of undefined weight. Most Arab authors describe the ḥabba as 1/60 of the unit of weight adopted, as a 1/10 of the dānaḳ (which in Arab metrology is a sixth part of the unit [see sikka ]), but there are
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This theme is competently developed here in a well annotated and footnoted presentation and it therefore provides a wonderful framing for the religious relics and memorabilia that are the kernel, the meat, of the The young Sikh in Canada seems to think that he has the capacity and authority to separate the essence of Sikhism from the formally non-essential, and that thereby he achieves access to the kernel of religion and discards the husks.
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