Akalis

Akalis, d.h. die Unsterblichen, von Guru Gowind gestifteter Orden bei den Shiks, der sich hie Bekehrung der Ungläubigen zur Aufgabe macht und die Gläubigen auf einen höhern Grad der Heiligkeit zu bringen sucht; sie haben viele Aehnlichkeit mit jener muselm. Verbrüderung im Kaukasus, deren Haupt Schamyl ist. Die Vernichtung der Kriegsmacht der Shiks durch die Engländer hat den A. ihre Bedeutung genommen.


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