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The Rehat Maryada is the Sikh Code of Conduct which was put into force right from the birth of Sikhism.

 

In 1915 and later in 1931, attempts were made to create a modern standard Rehat (Rehat or code). This effort involved several Sikh scholars who worked to produce the current version. In 1950 the "Sikh Rehat Maryada" was finally approved. The document has been accepted as the official version which provides guidelines for all Sikh individuals and communities around the world.
Its implementation has resulted in a high level of uniformity in the religious and
social practices of Sikhism.
 

This document is the Official Sikh Code of Conduct. Starting early this century in 1931 an attempt was made by the Shromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (S.G.P.C.) to produce a modern standard Rehit.

 

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 guidelines against which all Sikh individuals and communities around the world can measure themselves.

 

The Reht Maryada is the only version authorized by the Akal Takht, the seat of supreme temporal authority for Sikhs. It's implementation has sucessfully achieved a high level of uniformity in the religious and social practices of Sikhism. It consists of six sections

 

Detailed rahat maryada can be found here in English and here in Gurumukhi

Gurudwara Six Patshahi in Tapera Historical Pipal tree which was going up in the sky by magic of Siddhas and Guru nanak dev ji prevented it to move up. Gurudwara Baba Al Mast Sahib Ji Who Called the Six Sikh Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji to resote the Nanak Matta as a Sikh Shrine
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Bowli Sahib, Maradana The pupil of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji dragged the River by a simple stick in hand
Gurudwara Bhandara Sahib ji Nanakmatta Uttarakhand India
Doodh Wala Kuan Where Guru Nanank Dev ji Converted the water of the dwell into the Milk Giving answer to Siddhas

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