This translation of Randhir Singh's text of the Prem Sumarag (or Param Sumarag) presents an extended Sanatan account of Sikh ceremonies, Sikh ideals, and the Sikh way of life, thus providing a fresh insight into the history of Khalsa Rahit.Written by Ranadhira Singha, b. 1879.
|The devotional practice of Simaran : the word of Akal Purakh|
|Concerning the divine name and the gift of faith in Akal Purakh|
|Birth : the ritual to be observed for one born into the Khalsa of Sri Akal Purakh|
|The prescribed method for preparing food for eating|
|Responsibilities relating to the care of the body|
|Death and the conduct of funerals|
|The pattern of political conduct|
|Justice for the people in the name of the Sovereign of the entire world|
|The way of Sahaj Yoga|
W. H. McLeod is Professor of History at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. He has lived for over nine years in India and is a world-renowned scholar of Sikh studies.