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A world reconstructed : religion, ritual and community among the Sikhs, 1850-1901

Oberoi, Harjot S.

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The pluralistic paradigm of the Sikh faith for much of the nineteenth century allowed its adherents to belong to any one of the following traditions: U dasi, Nirmala, Suthresashi, Khalsa, Sangatsaihbie, Jitmalie, Bakhtatmlie, Mihansahie, Sahajdhari, Kuka and Sarvaria. Many of these Sikhs shaved their heads, freely smoked tobacco and hashish and were not particular about maintaing the five external symbols of the faith. In the absence of a centralized church and an attendant religious...[Show more]

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Date published: 2014-01-21
Type: Thesis (PhD)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/11203

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