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This document is the Official Sikh Code of Conduct. There were a number of attempts in the eighteenth century following the death of Guru Gobind Singh to produced an accurate portrayal of Sikh conduct and customs. These attempts were inconsistent with many of the principles of the Gurus and were not accepted by the majority of Sikhs. Starting early this century in an attempt was made by the Shromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee S. These efforts involved the greatest Sikh scholars and theologians of this century who worked to produce the current version.

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There were a number of unsuccessful attempts in the eighteenth century following the death of Guru Gobind Singh Ji to produce an accurate portrayal of the Sikh conduct and customs. There were numerous Rehatnamas Codes of Conducts recorded by the Sikh contemporaries of the 10th Guru however some of them conflicted with one another and some were clearly forged and not in line with Gurmat the teachings of the Guru.

Starting in , an attempt was made by a Panthic Committee a group of scholars, intellectuals, representative bodies and respected Sikh personalities at Sri Akaal Takht Sahib, Amritsar, to produce a modern standard Rehat Code of Conduct.

These efforts involved the greatest Sikh scholars and theologians of this century who worked to produce the current version.

The document produced has been accepted as the official version which provides the basic guidelines against which all Sikh individuals and communities around the world can measure themselves. The group of scholars, intellectuals and saintly figures worked there way through the Rehatnamas Codes of Conducts and included those that proved in line with Gurmat and thus authentic.

The Sikh Rehat Maryada is based on 37 Rehatnamas, the earliest of them are: 1. Bhai Prahladh Singh Rehat-nama 3.

Sakhi Rehat ki: About CE 4. He was entrusted with the care of infant Sri Gobind Rai by 9th Guru. Bhai Desa Singh Rehat-nama: late 18th century 6. Its implementation has successfully achieved a high level of uniformity in the religious and social practices of Sikhism.

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Rehat Maryada (Sikh Code of Conduct)

There were a number of unsuccessful attempts in the eighteenth century following the death of Guru Gobind Singh Ji to produce an accurate portrayal of the Sikh conduct and customs. There were numerous Rehatnamas Codes of Conducts recorded by the Sikh contemporaries of the 10th Guru however some of them conflicted with one another and some were clearly forged and not in line with Gurmat the teachings of the Guru. Starting in , an attempt was made by a Panthic Committee a group of scholars, intellectuals, representative bodies and respected Sikh personalities at Sri Akaal Takht Sahib, Amritsar, to produce a modern standard Rehat Code of Conduct. These efforts involved the greatest Sikh scholars and theologians of this century who worked to produce the current version. The document produced has been accepted as the official version which provides the basic guidelines against which all Sikh individuals and communities around the world can measure themselves. The group of scholars, intellectuals and saintly figures worked there way through the Rehatnamas Codes of Conducts and included those that proved in line with Gurmat and thus authentic. The Sikh Rehat Maryada is based on 37 Rehatnamas, the earliest of them are: 1.

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However between and the Sikh community experienced sectarianism and no centralized authority apart from that arranged under British rule from Timeline of drafting and approval[ edit ] March A general meeting of the SGPC was held on 15 March , to establish a subcommittee with the task of producing a draft Code of Conduct. The subcommittee at the time consisted of 29 high-profile Sikhs, [9] listed by name in the Introduction to the Sikh Rehat Maryada. October — January A preliminary draft was circulated to Sikhs in April , for comment.

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