Author: Darshan SinghPublisher: Singh BrothersYear: 2004Language: EnglishPages: 172ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172053266
The varied religions traditions are in a situation of inter-religious dialogue. It is not enough for any religious interpretation to be meaningful within the particular religious tradition itself but it should also be meaningful for the whole religious heritage of mankind. Therefore, the religious interpretations need to be carried out in the context of religious diversity.The collection of papers being presented here is conceived in a genuine ecumenical spirit without being unfair to the rightful claims of the Sikh identity.
PREFACEThe Khalsa in Comparative PerspectiveSikhism Among the Religions of the WorldSpiritual Journey and the Formation of the Persons: A Sikh PerspectiveNature and Tradition of Martyrdom in the Sikh ReligionGuru Nanak-Apostle of Religio-Social Goodwill and AmitySikh Perspective on the Ideal FamilyRudolf Otto’s Analysis of Numinous and SikhismSeva in Sikhism-An Inquiry into its MeaningThe Idea of Jivanmukta in SikhismSome issues in the Study of FaithMeaning of dharma in the BhagavadgitaMeaning of Love-Play in the GitagovindaNature and Meaning of Tawakkul in SufismAttitudes of al-Junayd and al-Hallaj towards the Sunna And Ahwal and MaqamatCan Hierarchy Define the Caste System-An Analysis of the Views of Louis DumontIndex