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A Religion for the Third Millennium
A Conceptual Study of the Sikh Scripture
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21 st century Absolute Akal Takht Anandpur Sahib Aspects of Sikhism autonomy bani baptismal becomes determinate Brahman Centre Christian class contradictions compositions consciousness Constitution contemporary Sikhism context Dasam Granth dialectic Dialogue And Inter-Community different religions differentiated distinct Doctrinal Aspects dualism dynamic economic elan vital epistemic Essays eternal ethnic ethno-religious faith-followers federal fifth Prophet folklore global Gurdwaras Guru Gobind Singh Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak Hindu historical dimension holistic homogenization human immanent India Indian society inherent integral Inter-Community understanding Inter-Religious Dialogue Jaap Sahib Khalsa Marxism metanarrative metaphysical modern Western civilization nation-state nature Panth Patiala pluralism political postmodernist postulate praxis Prophet of Sikhism Punjabi University realize relations relationship religious traditions revelation rituals role sahjdhari secular self-identities sense Sikh conception Sikh doctrine Sikh reformation Sikh religion Sikh scripture social sovereignty Sri Anandpur Sahib Sri Guru Granth st century society symbols temporal thought transcendental unity Vedantic Word