Sirdar Kapur Singh

Sirdar Kapur Singh was a Sikh theologian, political thinker, parliamentarian and a prolific writer adept at very fine articulation of Sikh thought in the contemporary times.

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Monday
,
25
April
2016

The Golden Temple

The world-famous Golden Temple of the Sikhs, situated at Amritsar in India, bears Harimandir, ‘The Temple of God’, as its original name and it forms an island in a lake to which the name of Amritsar was given by the Nanak V, Guru Arjan (1563-1606), in the year 1589, when he laid the foundations of what is now known as the Golden Temple, and the town which grew around this Mecca of the Sikhs has subsequently acquired the name of Amritsar.

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Tuesday
,
26
April
2016

Phenomenality of Sikhism

In the preceding chapter were named some reasons for man’s retreat from religion during the last two centuries and to certain recent trends in the domains of Physical Sciences, the realities of political systems, and the dead ends into which analytico-linguistic philosophical speculations have reached, that tend to stimulate return towards religion.

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