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The SGPC rehat was created in 1925 if I remember correctly. This begs the question what was the official rehat that people used to follow around the time of Guru Gobind Singh Ji? If I search any rehat at the time there are so many different ones. Which one is the official one that was set at that time? 

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Fateh Ji

I don't know the rehat of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's time but there might be (not saying there is) rehatnama's from people around his reign and Guruship.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_52_Hukams_of_Guru_Gobind_Singh

These are his 52 hukams which are probably in the sikh rehat maryada.

SGPC rehat is done with research and is considered the minimum rehat for all rehats (Damdami taksal, nihang, akhand kirtani jatha)

 

Hopefully someone else has a better answer than me but my tip is to follow what the panj pyare tell you because they are the Guru's saroop.

Bhul chuk maaf 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, monatosingh said:

Fateh Ji

I don't know the rehat of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's time but there might be (not saying there is) rehatnama's from people around his reign and Guruship.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_52_Hukams_of_Guru_Gobind_Singh

These are his 52 hukams which are probably in the sikh rehat maryada.

SGPC rehat is done with research and is considered the minimum rehat for all rehats (Damdami taksal, nihang, akhand kirtani jatha)

 

Hopefully someone else has a better answer than me but my tip is to follow what the panj pyare tell you because they are the Guru's saroop.

Bhul chuk maaf 

 

 

 

VJKK VJKF

There were rehats like Bhai Daya Singh's rehatnama around Guru Ji's time. But is there anywhere where you can read the official rehat at the time?

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On 11/11/2017 at 4:41 PM, Singh2017 said:

VJKK VJKF

There were rehats like Bhai Daya Singh's rehatnama around Guru Ji's time. But is there anywhere where you can read the official rehat at the time?

Vaheguru Ji. 

The panj pyare would've told you but there was also a very high amount of Khalsa back then meaning you had all the support you needed. There wasn't no such thing as a specific rehat the Khalsa was one. Importantly the Guru was there to guide you on the correct path.

I don't think there are any rehats posted from that time but that's up to my knowledge.

If there was a rehat maryada from that time and we still had it then SGPC wouldn't make another approved rehat and we would supposingly have more unity than we do now.

Now I can't judge a specific rehat and which one is better just because I took amrit from elsewhere and then follow my own maryada.

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5 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

The panj pyare would've told you but there was also a very high amount of Khalsa back then meaning you had all the support you needed. There wasn't no such thing as a specific rehat the Khalsa was one. Importantly the Guru was there to guide you on the correct path.

I don't think there are any rehats posted from that time but that's up to my knowledge.

If there was a rehat maryada from that time and we still had it then SGPC wouldn't make another approved rehat and we would supposingly have more unity than we do now.

 

VJKK VJKF 

This is what I read Ji. https://sarbattkhalsa.weebly.com/bhai-daya-singh-ji-rehatnama.html

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