SikhKhoj Posted May 3, 2012 Report Share Posted May 3, 2012 (edited) Do you believe that there is only one type of Sikh - i.e. with 5 kakkaars (never mentioned in puratan scriptures, however the three mudra is mentioned - kesh kachehra kirpan) and amritshak - or are there more possibilities? Define the following: amritdhari, sehajdhari, patit, monah, sirgum. (last two might be same) And what is your take on the text below (from a case on Sikh kesh in the Indian High Court) There were prominent Sikhs at the time of the Guru GobindSingh, who had not taken “amrit”, reference in this behalf is made to Bhai Nand Lal, Bhai Ghanaiya, Nirmale Sikhs and others. Only such Sikhs were required to take “amrit” (“khande ka amrit” or “khande-de-pahul”) who were to be taken into the battlefield Edited May 3, 2012 by SikhKhoj 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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