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Liv - Dharam: Is Sikhi a Religion?

Tuesday
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6
March
2012
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We examine the following lines from Japji Sahib: Mannay mugg na challey panth / mannay dharam seti sanbandh (Faith treads not sectarian ways/Faith stays steadfast in the Way) [GGS: 3]. Then, we delve into a discussion around the following questions: Is Guruji making a distinction between different religious traditions and Dharam? Is Dharam different from the belief system that we acquire by sheer accident of birth? Are we missing the essence of Sikhi? Is Dharam concerned with belief or experience?

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