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Masand were group of Sikh representatives who taught and spread the teachings of the Sikh Gurus and also collect offering of a Sikh's which are given as support preaching of Sikhism and submit it to Headquarters. Masand means diocese or spiritual mentor. The system was started by Guru Arjan, who appointed Masands for various parts around India and Abroad. It is continuation of 22 Manji System started by Guru Amar Das. Masand, who serve far from Punjab, visit Guru once a year and submit offerings and collections for Langar or warfare.

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  • Un masand était dans le sikhisme un administrateur d'un diocèse. Cette fonction a été créée par Guru Amar Das, (1479-1574). Masand vient du persan musnad signifie trône, ou, coussin à inclinaison. La structure au niveau géographique et de la société des masands a aidé à développer le sikhisme à cette époque. Une de leurs charges était la collecte d'un impôt afin de fournir aux plus démunis gite et nourriture lors de la visite des temples sikhs, notamment le Temple d'Or; cette collecte s'appelait dasvand. Cependant, les décennies passant, les masands sont devenus corrompus et certains faisaient régner l'oppression. Guru Gobind Singh, (1666-1708), avec entre autres la mise en place du Khalsa, a aboli cette fonction au profit d'un système plus démocratique.
  • Masand were group of Sikh representatives who taught and spread the teachings of the Sikh Gurus and also collect offering of a Sikh's which are given as support preaching of Sikhism and submit it to Headquarters. Masand means diocese or spiritual mentor. The system was started by Guru Arjan, who appointed Masands for various parts around India and Abroad. It is continuation of 22 Manji System started by Guru Amar Das. Masand, who serve far from Punjab, visit Guru once a year and submit offerings and collections for Langar or warfare.
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  • Un masand était dans le sikhisme un administrateur d'un diocèse. Cette fonction a été créée par Guru Amar Das, (1479-1574). Masand vient du persan musnad signifie trône, ou, coussin à inclinaison. La structure au niveau géographique et de la société des masands a aidé à développer le sikhisme à cette époque. Une de leurs charges était la collecte d'un impôt afin de fournir aux plus démunis gite et nourriture lors de la visite des temples sikhs, notamment le Temple d'Or; cette collecte s'appelait dasvand. Cependant, les décennies passant, les masands sont devenus corrompus et certains faisaient régner l'oppression. Guru Gobind Singh, (1666-1708), avec entre autres la mise en place du Khalsa, a aboli cette fonction au profit d'un système plus démocratique.
  • Masand were group of Sikh representatives who taught and spread the teachings of the Sikh Gurus and also collect offering of a Sikh's which are given as support preaching of Sikhism and submit it to Headquarters. Masand means diocese or spiritual mentor. The system was started by Guru Arjan, who appointed Masands for various parts around India and Abroad. It is continuation of 22 Manji System started by Guru Amar Das. Masand, who serve far from Punjab, visit Guru once a year and submit offerings and collections for Langar or warfare.
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