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Sikhism In The Words Of The Guru - Book By Dalip Singh
Foreword To The Book 'Sikhism In The Words Of The Guru' By Dalip Singh
Increasingly in the last several years, public awareness of the principles of Sikhism has steadily grown. This has arguably been due to the unique universality and equality of Sikhism and its teachings - "There is but One God. Who is Eternal." Unfortunately, along with such increased exposure has come a flood of varying and at times dissonant interpretations of the Sikh Scriptures. Large number of Sikh "scholars" both in the United States and abroad have allowed cultural and personal prejudices and predispositions to obscure the simplicity and purity of the Sikh message. While reciting the egalitarian principles of Sikhism, these authors have nevertheless engaged in intolerant and misguided speech.
Sardar Dalip Singh, however, in this his latest publication, has given us a truly remarkable translation and interpretation of Sikh Teachings. Underscoring the principle of the Divine or the "Sat Guru" within each of us, Sardar Dalip Singh has refocused our attention on perhaps the single most important message of Sikhism - that to reach union with God, one need not look externally or rely on any external objects or persons, but rather should recognize the "Sat Guru" that is within all 'of us equally.
It is my sincere hope that you study and enjoy this text before you. A great deal of thought has gone into its preparation and it reflects the culmination of over twenty five years of tireless and selfless dedication to the cause of spreading the message about Sikhism. It truly represents a unique piece of writing among the landscape of Sikh learning. Moreover, it effectively conveys without distortion the fundamental and universal message in Sikhism of the equality and oneness of God and diversity of mankind - a message which until now, had appeared to be all but lost.
My sincerest thanks to the author for his absolutely remarkable work and my deepest and most humble respect.
KANWAR M. SINGH,
Esq. Chicago, Illinois
March 27, 1997