Ragmala Controversy

A compositional prayer called the Ragmala has been the subject of intense debate and controversy for the last three centuries. Sikhs remain divided on the nature of its canonicity.

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Origins of Sikh Militancy

A look at Sikhism's revolutionary agenda, whose roots were laid by its founder, Guru Nanak, and whose fruits were exploited by the fifth Guru Arjan and his successors, in the form of armed rebellion and violent militancy.

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Attributeless Waheguru

God in Sikhism is said to be perfect while being described as being attributeless, motionless and absolutely quiescent before creation, but attributed thereafter. But can God's perfection be sustained on such a theistic model?

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