The Guru introduced this idea of ‘Jhatka’ among his followers which being incorporated later on in the Sikh baptismal vows prescribed by him is still insisted on by Sikhs as a mark of their liberty. It stands for freedom of food, which was maintained as long as Sikhs were politically free. But with the coming of the British it was suspended for us, and we are still waiting for the day when we should be again free in the matter of food.

 

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