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Rehat Maryada (Punjabi Version)

The Rehat Maryada is the Sikh code of conduct, which is a set of rules outlining the responsibilities and the proper practices for individual Sikhs and the collective community (as part of the Khalsa/ Sangat).

These principles and expectations are considered binding on any person or groups considering themselves as Sikhs.

The official version of the Rehat Maryada was drafted between 1932-1936 and approved by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) Amritsar in 1945. The text below is not for legal use.

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