The Bhagats of the Guru Granth Sahib: Sikh Self-definition and the Bhagat Bani
The Bhagats of the Guru Granth Sahib offers an analysis of key issues concerning the phenomenon of scriptural adaptation. It offers a new understanding of religious pluralism, stressing the need to enter into dialogue with an 'open attitude' by honoring the individual commitments and maintaining differences in mutual respect and dignity.
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BANI SHAIKH FARID JI KI 4280
BANI BHAGAT KABIRJI KI 81115
BANI SRI JAIDEVJIKI 11651
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Adi Granth Adi Granth hymns Akal Purakh ascetic asserts authorship Baba belief Bhagat Bani Bhai Bhairau Bhakti Brahmin canonical caste century compositions context death Delhi devotion dialogue divine Beloved divine grace divine Name doctrine early Sikh emphasis Farid's verses Gauri Gitagovinda Goindval Goindval pothis Gujari Gurbani gurdwara Guru Arjan Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak Guru's haumai Hindu human Ibid included instance Islam issue Jaidev Kabir karma Kaur Khalsa Krishna language Lord Mahala manuscript Maru Muslim mystic Namdev nirguna Nizami North India one's Patiala Pluralism poet-saints poetry Punjabi University raga Ravidas religious sahaja saints Salok Sanskrit Sants says self-definition shabad Shaikh Farid Sikh community Sikh Gurus Sikh Panth Sikh Religion Sikh scriptural tradition Sikh scripture Sikh tradition Sikh view Sikhism Singh singing songs spiritual Sri Guru Granth status Sufi Surdas theme tion True Guru Vaishnava Vaudeville W.H. McLeod Word worldly worship yoga