The Sikh Rehat Maryada is a code of conduct for Sikhs. The app has both a gurmukhi (punjabi) and English version of the most current rehat maryada.
This document was preceded by the Gurdwaras Act of 1925, which laid down the definition of a Sikh. In 1915 and later in 1931, attempts were made to create a modern standard rehat ("code"). In 1950 the current Sikh Rehat Maryada was produced based upon the work of Sikh scholars, seeking to better standardise Sikh practices throughout the international community.