Delhi Sikh Gurdwaras Act, 1971
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwaras Act of 1971 is a piece of Indian legislation modeled after the Sikh Gurdwaras Act, 1925, which determines the management of Sikh houses of worship within Delhi Union Territory. The 1971 act, more stringent than the 1925 act, required that any Sikhs voting for the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee be baptized Sikhs (amritdhari). The legislation thus excluded from voting those Sikhs with shorn hair, and the sahajdhari, persons who generally follow the Sikh lifestyle but are not initiated into the religion.
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