Sikhism Belief

Sikhism is one of the world’s newest religions. It was founded by the Guru Nanak born in 1469. He emphasized inner spiritual awakening over outer religions forms, directing followers to rise early, bathe, meditate on the diving name and direct each day’s activities to God. Sikhism emphasized monotheism and rejected idol worship and the caste system.

Sikhs follow the teachings of 10 Gurus including the present embodiment of 10 Gurus and 25 other spiritually awakened Mahapurakhs known as Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The Bani of Guru Granth Sahib is spiritual wisdom.

Sikhism is an international religion purely based on the doctrine of Guru Granth Sahib – the present Guru. In order for a person to be a Sikh in this religion, it is necessary for him to be aware of the three aspects of this religion.

Who is Sikh?

A learner, learner, student, knowledge seeker, student.

The word ‘Sikh’ is often interpreted to mean a disciple (from Sanskrit, Shishya), but in actual fact, it derives its origin from Pali and means the same as in the great Buddha’s Dhammpad”:-the elect, or in Sikh parlance, chosen (by God), God’s own. The nomenclature of ‘Khalsa’ which Guru Gobind Singh gave to the brotherhood of the Sikhs also means the same, being derived from the Persian term then current for King’s own (lands). Viewed thus, the true purpose of founding the Sikh order is not merely as a system of religion but also as a’ distinct, because all-embracing, the social organism becomes manifest.

What is Sikhism?

Sikh life, Sikh way of life Salika (according to Gurmat).

Sikh Doctrine

Sikh gets it through Shabad Guru Gurbani (Every Sikh has to get this Shabad Guru Gurbani) Gyan / Vichar himself. Read this Shabad Guru Gurbani Gyan / Vichar himself, If you can’t read then you have to listen, believe, think and bring it into the practice of your human life.)

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