Author: Duncan GreenleesPublisher: Theosophical PublishingYear: 2001Language: EnglishPages: 404ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170592372
Sikhism is the religion taught through Guru Nanak in the forms of the Ten Gurus, and now through the Guru-Granth Sahib, and the whole community of disciples. It is a practical way of life that does not involve itself in verbose theorizing but leads a man straight to his goal.The Sikh religion has never been a philosophy of books, of theorists. It is a discipline of life, an ideal of brotherhood inspired by passionate devotion to the highest, guided by the example of the Guru's own life and interpreted in the life of the Guru Khalsa-Panth. Apart from a few scholars and devotees, the modern public are unwilling to spend time reading through the whole of the lengthy scriptures of the world. This title is offered in a handy and attractive form to convey the essence of great scriptures, translated and edited by one who has a deep and living sympathy for each of the religions.
The World Gospel seriesThe Gospel of PeacePrefaceIntroductionBrief Sikh CatechismSynopsisPart 1 : SikhismPrayerThe Perfect TeacherThe Glory of GodMortal ManThe True GuruThe Divine NameThe Way to GodUnion with the BelovedThe Guru's DescentPart 2 : The Guru's HymnJapji - The Guru's HymnPrayerBibliography